Turkish Troops Tackle Terror...

Turkish Troops Tackle Terror...

Created by Pro Turkish Blggr on Aug 13, 2010

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Ocalan Captured In 1999

100+ PKK Killed In 2005

Turks Cross Iraq Kill 87 PKK In 2006

Airstrikes Kill 100s PKK In 2007

Total 552 PKK Killed In 2007

0peration Sun Kills 617 PKK In 2008

1000+ PKK Killed In 2009

Total PKK Killed 26,532 (2009)

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Kamil Sakir

Montréal, Canada

#1 Aug 15, 2010
I find these numbers very interesting.
Hopp long

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Aug 15, 2010
what is these
Kemal Bey


#3 Aug 16, 2010
testing qq55


#5 Aug 19, 2010

you really is a fkwit & a half... your mummy must be ashamed

Ventspils, Latvia

#8 Aug 23, 2010
68 votes

Ordu, Turkey

#9 Aug 25, 2010
Mongolian Beef

Burbank, CA

#10 Aug 25, 2010
Kamil Sakir wrote:
I find these numbers very interesting.
Do you find these numbers interesting too?

Turkish Terrorist Government Killed:

1,500,000 Armenians
700,000 Greeks
300,000 Assyrians

Before you look at PKK look at your own terrorist genocidal state.
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Secaucus, NJ

#12 Aug 29, 2010
The Janissary Tree
Book Details: Unabridged
Category: Mysteries, Thrillers, Historical, Suspense
Keywords: detective, ambassador, vanished, eunuch, sultan, Ottoman Empire, Janissary, Tree, book, ottoman empire, audio books listen online
Book Author: Jason Goodwin
Publisher: Clipper Audio
Audio Length: 12 hours

Audio book description
Yashim is no ordinary detective. It's not that he's particularly brave, or that he cooks so well, or reads French novels. It's not even that his best friend is the ambassador from Poland, whose country has vanished from the map. Yashim is a eunuch. As the Sultan plans a series of radical reforms to his empire, a concubine is strangled in the palace harem, and a young cadet is found butchered in the streets of Istanbul. Delving deep into the city's crooked alleyways, and deeper still into its tumultuous past, Yashim discovers that some people will go to any lengths to preserve the traditions of the Ottoman Empire.
Ahmet and Fatma

Trollhättan, Sweden

#14 Sep 1, 2010
This is number 6
Dare To Say

Kansas City, MO

#15 Sep 1, 2010
Kamil Sakir wrote:
I find these numbers very interesting.
These figures will triple in the next few years.
Turkish Timelines


#16 Sep 3, 2010
1963 Sep 1, Turkey moved politically closer to Europe with the Treaty of Ankara. It reduced duties and implicitly recognized Turkey’s right to join the European Economic Community.
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Secaucus, NJ

#18 Sep 7, 2010

Even today Turkey is predominantly rural. Though the intrusion of both indoor and outdoor foreign games such as cards and football has taken away much of the popularity that traditional games and sports once enjoyed, and other games have been lost as a result of the weakening of local cultures, throughout Turkish villages one can still see both adults & children amusing themselves in their leisure with identical games, and these traditional games vary greatly from village to village!

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Sep 7, 2010
what isss thisss

Ankara, Turkey

#20 Sep 8, 2010
Yazık sana.
Kamil Sakir

Montréal, Canada

#22 Sep 12, 2010
Turkish Timelines wrote:
1963 Sep 1, Turkey moved politically closer to Europe with the Treaty of Ankara. It reduced duties and implicitly recognized Turkey’s right to join the European Economic Community.
Turkey will stand alone as a super power in the region in 15 years.


#24 Sep 14, 2010
he city of Istanbul is well known for its rich history and, mostly, because of its geographical location. As a matter of fact, Istanbul is very unique being the only city that extends over the continents of Europe and
Asia. Hence, one part of the city lies on European soil, while the other part is on Asia.


#26 Sep 17, 2010
Interesting facts on Istanbul

Did you know these facts about Istanbul?

1. Istanbul (ancient Byzantium) was founded on Seven Hills like Rome.
2. Istanbul is the only city in the world which is both in Europe and Asia geographicaly.
3. Istanbul is one of the biggest cities in the world, with over 13 million population.
4. Istanbul was the most crowded city of the world in 1502, than London took this title in 1840.
5. Istanbul was the capital city of the Byzantine Empire and than the Ottoman Empire during their rule.
6. Blue Mosque is the only mosque in Istanbul with six minarets. It's the only one in the city having six of them, which is the maximum number you can have in a mosque.
7. There are two suspension bridges on the Bosphorus Strait connecting Europe to Asia. And now a third one is planned.
8. Istanbul has the third oldest subway in the world, built in 1875. It's 573 meters long and located in Tunel neighborhood at Beyoglu district. London subway was built in 1863 and New York subway in 1868.
9. Grand Bazaar is the biggest old covered bazaar in the world, with over 3.000 shops.
10. Hagia Sophia was the largest church in the world for about 900 years.
11. Istanbul will be the European Cultural Capital City in 2010.
12. Biggest light house of Turkey is in Sile district on the Black Sea coast. It's 19 meters (62 feet) high and 1,1 meters (3,6 feet) wide.
13. Four bronze horses which are decorating today San Marco Cathedral in Venice, were taken from Istanbul (Constantinople back than) by the Crusaders in the 13th century.
14. First traffic accident occured in 1912 at Sisli district, when the driver of the Italian Embassy hit a pedestrian and tried to run away from the scene.
15. Sapphire skyscraper at Levent district is the tallest (261 meters - 856 feet) building between Dubai - Frankfurt on the world map. Second tallest building in Istanbul is Is Kule owned by Is Bank, 181 meters (594 feet) high.
16. During the Middle Ages in the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul had over 1.400 public toilets in the city meanwhile there weren't any even at the palaces in France and other European cities.
17. Agatha Christie wrote her famous novel "Murder on the Orient Express" at Pera Palas Hotel in Istanbul.

Coquitlam, Canada

#27 Sep 18, 2010
Kamil Sakir wrote:
I find these numbers very interesting.
greeks find 9 inches wery interesting


#28 Sep 19, 2010
KOBY wrote:
<quoted text> greeks find 9 inches wery interesting
i guess my 6 inches is too small for them :(
Dare To Do

Kansas City, MO

#29 Sep 22, 2010
KOBY wrote:
<quoted text> greeks find 9 inches wery interesting

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