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weekly culture

on Islamic Feminism Advocates of the movement seek to highlight the deeply rooted teachings of equality in the Quran and encourage a questioning of the patriarchal interpretation of Islamic teaching through the Quran (holy book), ''hadith'' (sayings of Muhammad) and ''sharia'' (law) towards the creation of a more equal and just society. Al-Ahram Weekly Culture Islamic


distinct appearance

isolation, they have adopted a distinct appearance. Buffalo milk is used for the production of buffalo mozzarella in Campania and many other locations around the world. :"The report of the Special Rapporteur ... concerning cultural practices in the family that are violent towards women (E CN.4 2002 83), indicated that honour killings had been reported in Egypt


theory energy

Turkish (Turkey) '''Behram Kurşunoğlu''' (Bayburt, Turkey, March 14, 1922 - Miami, USA (United States), October 25, 2003) was a Turkish (Turkey) physicist and one of the founders of the Center for Theoretical Studies, University of Miami. He was best known for his works on unified field theory, energy and global issues. Moreover, he participated in the discovery of two different types of neutrinos in late 1950s. During his University of Miami career, he

for his works on unified field theory, energy and global issues. Moreover, he participated in the discovery of two different types of neutrinos in late 1950s. During his University of Miami career, he hosted several Nobel Prize laureates, including Paul Dirac, Lars Onsager and Robert Hofstadter. He wrote several books on diverse aspects of physics, the most notable of which is ''Modern Quantum Theory'' (1962). Biography Behram Kurşunoğlu was born in Aydıncık


current bass

; ref * Joan Clos (former Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism of the Spanish government (2006–2008), and current Spanish Ambassador in Turkey and Azerbaijan) was born in Parets in 1949. * Migel Angel Sanchez (current bass player of the musical band Strategia (Strategia_(band))) was born in Parets in 1991. '''Malko Tarnovo''' ( Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


basketball position

position#Frontcourt (forwards and center) Frontcourt Positions who plays for Pınar Karşıyaka in Turkey. Cem Dinc signed with KSK Since July 2005, the 2.10 m (6 feet 11 inches) tall player is also member of the Turkish National Team (Turkey national basketball team). '''Cem Dinç''' (born July 23, 1985 in Bassum, Germany) is a Turkish (Turkey)-German (Germany) basketball player in the Basketball

. It is a district of the Balıkesir Province. '''Milliyet''' (Turkish (Turkish language) for "''nationality''") is a major Turkish (Turkey) daily newspaper founded in 1950. caption nationality Turkey-Germany position PF (Power forward (basketball)) SF (Small forward (basketball)) (Frontcourt) '''Cem Dinç''' (born July 23, 1985 in Bassum, Germany) is a Turkish (Turkey)-German (Germany) basketball player in the Basketball

position#Frontcourt (forwards and center) Frontcourt Positions who plays for Pınar Karşıyaka in Turkey. Cem Dinc signed with KSK Since July 2005, the 2.10 m (6 feet 11 inches) tall player is also member of the Turkish National Team (Turkey national basketball team). Early life Cem was born into a family of Turkish (Turkey) father Ismail Cem Dinç and German (Germany) mother Ingrid Dinç, growing up in Germany


including close

. Cruising throughout the Mediterranean, she gained much valuable experience during combined NATO exercises, including close air support to Turkish (Turkey) paratroops, reconnaissance, communications, and convoy strike support. President Makarios of Cyprus paid her a visit 7 October 1963, after which she joined in bilateral U.S.-Italian (Italy) exercises in the Adriatic (Adriatic Sea) with Italian patrol torpedo boats, and U.S.-French exercises which pitted her aircraft against


basketball tradition

and Lifestyles's "Emerging Talent: Twenty Under 40" in 2008. '''Ankara Koleji''' is a foundation school in Ankara, Turkey. Founded on January 31, 1928 by Türk Eğitim Derneği (Turkish Educational Association) it quickly became popular among the elite of the young republic. One of the best schools in pre-college level education, Ankara Koleji is also known for its basketball tradition, with respected teams at all levels, including a professional club competing in the Turkish


religious offering

, and pine nuts. ''Basbousa'' (North African (North African Arabic) and Alexandrine (Alexandria) ''harisa'') is made chiefly of semolina. (Palestine)Semolina (Arabic:smeed)is the main ingredient in Nabulsi Kanafa. In some cultures, it is served at funerals, during special celebrations, or as a religious offering. In much of North Africa, durum semolina is made into the staple couscous. Semolina popularly referred as SEMO is a common food in West Africa especially among


contemporary vocal

Bella Darbinyan, Raisa Mkrtchyan, and the more contemporary vocal performers such as Elvina Makaryan, Erna Yuzbashian, Nadezhda Sargsian, Zara Tonikyan, Suzan Margaryan, Tatevik Hovhannisyan. The Armenian male pop performers in the diaspora are Adiss Harmandian. Rouben Hakhverdian, Forsh, VANArmenya and Aram Avagyan are prominent lyricists and author-performers. Music and the Armenian Genocide Armenians during the Armenian Genocide mainly in the eastern part of Turkey, though other regions where Armenians lived were not forgotten, and oppressed Armenian culture, leading to widespread emigration. These emigrants settled in various countries, especially in the California Central Valley, and the second- and third-generation have kept their folk traditions alive, with oud-player Richard Hagopian being perhaps the most famous of these musicians. Another oud player, John Berberian, is noted in particular for his fusions of traditional music with jazz and rock in the 1960s. From Lebanon and Syria, George Tutunjian, Karnig Sarkissian and others performed Armenian Revolutionary Songs which quickly became popular among the Diasporan (Armenian Diaspora) youth, notably ARF (Armenian Revolutionary Federation) supporters. In Tehran Iran the folk music of the Armenian community is characterized by the work of Nikol Galanderian (1881–1946) and the Goghtan choir. Project Vote Smart lists Ros-Lehtinen as Episcopalian (Episcopal Church (United States)). Ros-Lehtinen's maternal grandparents were Sephardic (Sephardi Jews) Jews from Turkey who had been active in Cuba's Jewish community (History of the Jews in Cuba). Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


religious theme

practicing rejection, he preferred to fill the role of one who embraces. However, Kook was critical of the secularists on certain occasions when they went "too far" in desecrating the Torah, for instance, by not observing the Sabbath (Shabbat) or kosher (kashrut) laws. Kook also opposed the secular spirit of the Hatikvah anthem, and penned another anthem with a more religious theme entitled haEmunah. Wild Wild chicory leaves are usually bitter. Their bitterness

Turkey

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Turkey has been inhabited since the paleolithic age (paleolithic),

Starting from the late 13th century, the Ottomans united Anatolia and created an empire encompassing much of Southeastern Europe (Southeast Europe), Western Asia and North Africa, becoming a major power in Eurasia and Africa during the early modern period. The empire reached the peak of its power between the 15th and 17th centuries, especially during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent (r. 1520–1566). After the second Ottoman siege of Vienna (Battle of Vienna) in 1683 and the end of the Great Turkish War in 1699, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of decline (Decline of the Ottoman Empire). The Tanzimat reforms of the 19th century, which aimed to modernize the Ottoman state, proved to be inadequate in most fields, and failed to stop the dissolution of the empire (Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire).

Turkey is a democratic (democracy), secular (secular state), unitary (unitary state), constitutional republic (Republic) with a diverse cultural heritage (Multiculturalism).

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