Monthly Archive: April 2014

23 Nisan gelmis neyime!

  Son bir haftadir karsilikli bakisiyoruz bilgisayarimla. 23 Nisan yazisi yazacagim. Icimden gelmiyor. Kulagim Kutlu Dogum Haftasi ile ilgili haberlerde. Hangi Ulusal Egemenlik, hangi Cocuk Bayrami diye dusunuyorum. Halklarin kardesligi gibi sacma bir soylemle bolunen, bolunmeye calisilan halki mi, yoksa cocuk yasta evlendirilen, irzina gecilen, 3 tane yapilip Allah’a havale edilen cocuklari mi yazsam? Diz …

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Celebrating 23 April National Sovereignty and Children’s Day

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Young Miss and Misters!

You are all our future roses,stars and prosperity of light.

You will give light to our nation.

You should work as thinking how valuable and important you are.

We expect a lot from you.

(Mustafa Kemal Ataturk)

 

The founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, dedicated April 23 to the children of the country to emphasize the fact that the children are the future of the new nation.

It was on April 23, 1920, during the War of Independence, that the Grand National Assembly met in Ankara and laid down the foundations of a new, independent, secular, and modern republic from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire. Following the defeat of the Allied invasion forces on September 9, 1922, and the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne on July 24, 1923,

Ataturk started his task of establishing the institutions of the new state. Over the next eight years, Ataturk and his followers adopted sweeping reforms to create a modern Turkey, divorced from its Ottoman past.

In unprecedented moves, he dedicated the sovereignty day to the children and entrusted in the hands of the youth the protection of this sovereignty and independence.

The importance of April 23 as a special day of children has been also recognized by the international community. UNICEF decided to recognize this important day as the International Children’s Day.

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23 Nisan Ulusal Egemenlik ve Çocuk Bayramı Amerikanın Birçok Eyalet ve Şehirde Tanınması ve Kutlama Bildiri alınması için Kampanya

  23 Nisan Ulusal Egemenlik ve Çocuk Bayramı Amerikanın Birçok Eyalet ve Şehirde Tanınması ve Kutlama Bildiri alınması için Kampanyaya katılmayı unutmayın…… Hali hazırda New York dahil belli yerlerde bildiriler alınmakla beraber, online kampanya ile direkt yerel bölgedeki Resmi Temsilcilere bu talebi iletebilirsiniz http://capwiz.com/paxturcica/issues/alert/?alertid=63191031 Not : Geçen sene New York Eyalet Senatosu, 2012 Yilindada New …

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Sen de Oy ver

Yurtdisinda yasayan Turk vatandaslarin Oy kullanma haklarini Kullanmalarina tesvik edici calismalardan biri TAGP tarafindan yapiliyor.  Ozellikle San Francisco California bolgesinde yasiyorsaniz ve henuz yurtdisindaki konsolosluklardan oy kullanmak icin yapilmasi gereken islemleri bilmiyorsaniz bu etkinlige katilmanizi tavsiye ederiz .   Etkinlik detay icin asagidaki sayfaya gidiniz.   https://www.facebook.com/events/291576041007160/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

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URGENT ACTION !!!!!!!!!!

As the Turkish community in California and around the world we are strongly opposing bills and resolutions regarding the so-called Armenian Genocide · AB 659 · AJR 1915 · AJR 35 · SJR 41 · SJR 21 · SB 1380 United States has ratified 1948, United Nation Convention and became law in the land. In …

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NEDEN YUZDE 45?

Bu sonuca sasiran dostlarima sasiriyorum. Aylar oncesinden yazdim yuzdeleri, hatta ben bile comert davranmisim biraz. Vay hirsiz, arsiz, diktator, demokrasi dusmani, vatani boldu, anasini satti, babasini kesti, oylari caldi, tehdit etti, satin aldi… Tamam hepsi cok guzel. Biz zaten farkindayiz bunun. Farkinda olmayan veya umurunda olmayan bir %55 var mi? Var. Pekiyi, neden? Nasil %45 …

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