The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Jul 11, 2011 Full story: SETimes news 132,904

Turkey has played a moderator role between Serbia and the tripartite BiH presidency.

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“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#75480 Apr 24, 2012
el salvador wrote:
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i cant be bitch!! milena you must admit your beloved husband what you did with my donkey before get married :) orospu lol
Don't worry,you want my services so bad,I can give you and your donkey a first class castration,buy one get one free.Money back guarantee.LMAO!

Since: Mar 10

Istanbul, Turkey

#75481 Apr 24, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Hey ibne,sen gerilir makat arkanizda surukleyerek edilir.
?

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#75482 Apr 24, 2012
el salvador wrote:
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i cant be bitch!! milena you must admit your beloved husband what you did with my donkey before get married :) orospu lol
So,since you ain't the btch,then you gotta be the butt thumper,LMAO!

“Makedon therefore E/\/\hn”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#75483 Apr 24, 2012
Roza Botsari wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello!!!! I missed you today!:)))
Hi Roza, how you girl?

“Be pure as a pigeon ”

Since: Jan 12

and strong as an eagle

#75484 Apr 24, 2012
Alparslan wrote:
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20th century??
In the early 20th century, the Ottoman Empire was referred to as the ôsick man of Europa''
Turks were spending their lives fighting for their country..balkans,Caucasus,arab deserts...(Christians and Jews response to army reforms was to pay a special tax exempting them from army duty, rather than fulfilling the mandatory service.)
so Jews and Christians played important role in the domestic and foreign trade of the Empire!
Fair enough. Although so far as I know even agricultural production was largely in the hands of Greeks. Grapes and raisins and figs etc.

Still, what you say above does not prove and support what you claim about the Greeks' "laziness". The Greeks wherever they have lived, in Turkey in the past, in Europe, in US, in Australia etc they have flourished in every sector of economy and the academia. Greece now is another matter. And to tell you the truth, much of what remains from the Ottoman occupation era is to blame for today's situation. As many of you Turks say, it is only less than 200 years that Greece is independent.

“Be pure as a pigeon ”

Since: Jan 12

and strong as an eagle

#75486 Apr 24, 2012
Tourkos wrote:
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excuse me,My knowledge of English is bad,what did you ask?
I do not remember any more!:)

“Be pure as a pigeon ”

Since: Jan 12

and strong as an eagle

#75487 Apr 24, 2012
Nina-Makedonia-Hellas wrote:
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Hi Roza, how you girl?
Well and sleepy! Gotta go!

Ex wprw thw rama thi maavrio :((

Good night everyone.

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#75488 Apr 24, 2012
Alparslan wrote:
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?
Put some imagination to it or you have a brain deficiency?

“Be pure as a pigeon ”

Since: Jan 12

and strong as an eagle

#75489 Apr 24, 2012
A lazy Greek is wishing you all goodnight! Have to work in the morning!:))

Since: Mar 10

Istanbul, Turkey

#75490 Apr 24, 2012
Roza Botsari wrote:
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Fair enough. Although so far as I know even agricultural production was largely in the hands of Greeks. Grapes and raisins and figs etc.
Still, what you say above does not prove and support what you claim about the Greeks' "laziness". The Greeks wherever they have lived, in Turkey in the past, in Europe, in US, in Australia etc they have flourished in every sector of economy and the academia. Greece now is another matter. And to tell you the truth, much of what remains from the Ottoman occupation era is to blame for today's situation. As many of you Turks say, it is only less than 200 years that Greece is independent.
not greek!you have no idea what exactly i want to say.They were Anatolian orthodox Christians!Most of them were speaking pure Anatolian dialect of Turkish.there were some native Arabic speakers in Anatolia too.and many other culture and ethnic groups.

Since: Oct 09

Leichhardt, Australia

#75491 Apr 24, 2012
Yannis_21 wrote:
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De ksero gia sena alla apo oti exo katalabei kaneis de xairetai.
An se parigorei omos oloi bariountai.
Anthrwpo prwkatelhmeno oloi ton BARIOUNTAI auto einai swstotaton

Since: Mar 10

Istanbul, Turkey

#75492 Apr 24, 2012
Roza Botsari wrote:
A lazy Greek is wishing you all goodnight! Have to work in the morning!:))
good night :))

“Makedon therefore E/\/\hn”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#75493 Apr 24, 2012
Roza Botsari wrote:
A lazy Greek is wishing you all goodnight! Have to work in the morning!:))
sweet dreams Roza I got to go myself..

damn it is it summer yet??
any got a clue when summer is ? next week???
I cant wait
night night..

Since: Oct 09

Leichhardt, Australia

#75494 Apr 24, 2012
Apollo wrote:
<quoted text>Kai omws o Ihsous Xristos o Megas tou 8EOU YIOS ELEGE.
"O an8rwpos den ZH MONO ME ARTON,alla me panta logon.."
Dhladh oxi mono me ylika apokthmata.
Einai apelpisthka apokardiotiko to oti esy den pernhs apo LOGO,

O XRHSTOS DEN HTAN IHSOUS KAI DEN HTAN YIOS TOU THEOU PIO POLY APO OTI EGW KAI ESY EIMASTE,

MEGAS ELLHNAS HTAN...

Since: Oct 09

Leichhardt, Australia

#75495 Apr 24, 2012
Apollo wrote:
<quoted text>Akuron,kai anwfelo.
AFOU AUTES TIS LEXHS TIS LES KATHE MERA KATHE WRA,
TI THES NA MAS PEIS?

PIA APO AUTES TIS LEXIS PIO KATW DEN EXEI KYROS?
PEI TAI MOU....SYNGEKRIMENA OXI AORISTA!

ZEUS Zeugari, Zeugos, ZWH, ZOON, ZUGOS, ZEBEDAIOS,
Apo DIAS DIKAION DIA-KANONISMOS D;A-KONIA DIEUTHETISHS EU-DIA-THETOS A-DIA-NTROPOS

Since: Oct 09

Leichhardt, Australia

#75496 Apr 24, 2012
Tourkos wrote:
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I spoke in my language,because he is Turk..
NO NEED TO DRUMED IT, WE UNDERSTAND FROM THE SOUND YOU MAKE THAT YOU ARE A TURK

Glu glu glu....

Since: Oct 09

Leichhardt, Australia

#75497 Apr 24, 2012
el salvador wrote:
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Congratulation you know brothel techinal language very well.
Slav Bitch had you've been a Turk you wouldn't fight Milena,
Apollo

Deer Park, Australia

#75498 Apr 24, 2012
BRC wrote:
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Ofcourse if you are religious than you are trying to gain Gods approval but what if you are non-believer but you are still a good one?
yarasin!
Not good enough before GOD..

Here is the reason.
Book of Proverbs 20:6
"Most men will proclaim every one his own goodness: but a FAITHFUL MAN WHO CAN FIND?"
http://www.bibleontheweb.com/Bible.asp

PS:WE CAN BE GOOD,BUT NOT NECESSARY FAITHFUL.
ON THE OTHER HAND,HE THAT IS FAITHFUL HE IS ALSO GOOD.
Cheers.

“Aposkotison me!”

Since: Jan 11

Athina

#75499 Apr 24, 2012
Alparslan wrote:
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not greek!you have no idea what exactly i want to say.They were Anatolian orthodox Christians!Most of them were speaking pure Anatolian dialect of Turkish.there were some native Arabic speakers in Anatolia too.and many other culture and ethnic groups.
Keep that happy thought.

In the end you will fly!

“Aposkotison me!”

Since: Jan 11

Athina

#75500 Apr 24, 2012
Aristofanis wrote:
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Anthrwpo prwkatelhmeno oloi ton BARIOUNTAI auto einai swstotaton
Nai to blepo.

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