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GALLIPOLI - October 2011

Please Note – I am currently editing the travel journal I started writing in 2007 and posting as I go. I welcome feedback and encourage my readers to post comments. 2,476 more words

Travel Writing

Turkey and Kemalism

The recent failed coup in Turkey was not the first time the military has attempted to intervene in the state. In fact, there is a long… 586 more words

History

Now Turkey

The breaking news was breaking Donald Trump. All eyes were supposed to be on him Thursday evening. Who would he choose as his running mate – the somewhat spherical New Jersey bully, Chris Christie, or the eccentric former House speaker with a checkered past, New Gingrich, or the hard-right but essentially boring Mike Pence, with his years in congressional leadership and his lackluster years as Indiana’s governor? 3,137 more words

A Quick Prescription to Eliminate Islamic Terrorism

What would happen if there were terrorist’s attacks in America or France equivalent to the number of attacks happening in Iraq and Syria?

Well in the land of Democracies, two teenagers paralyzed Boston with their attack on the Boston Marathon. 1,070 more words

Saudi Arabia

Humankind is made up of two sexes, women and men. Is it possible for humankind to grow by the improvement of only one part while the other part is ignored?

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Thought For Today

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk: "Then, trying to maintain of Ottoman State and it's descendants is to make biggest evilness against the Turkish nation."

“I’ve landed on Samsun on the May 19th day of 1919. General situation and outlook: The allies of the Ottoman Empire defeated in Great War, each side of the Ottoman army was damaged, with the heavy conditions “Armistice Agreement” was signed. 1,202 more words

Imperialism

Opinion - Turkey, Europe to swap first groups of migrants - RIGHTS - Hurriyet - John Gelmini

I’m with Dr Alf, this so-called “deal” is a licence for

President Erdogan to print money, create more ISIS terrorists, allow the export of more… 243 more words

Politics