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Berühmte Albaner (inkl. Bildergallerie)

Erstellt von Albanesi, 30.11.2004, 19:42 Uhr · 377 Antworten · 96.506 Aufrufe

  1. #231

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    Nije to tvoj problem. Izdajnice srpskog naroda.

  2. #232
    Avatar von hippokrates

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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2


    Kyrill und Method , die Aposteln die die slawen zum Christentum missioniert haben , tragen eindeutig albanische Namen
    Sind die Namen ΚΥΡΙΛΛΟΣ und ΜΕΘΟΔΙΟΣ so eindeutig albanisch, dass du uns nie Beweise dafür lieferst?

    Wie oft willst du uns diesen albanischen Schwachsinn noch hinposten? Entweder bringst du uns BEWEISE für diese bescheuerte Behauptung oder du gibst endlich Ruhe, mein kleines mohammedanischen Männchen.

    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Die Griechen haben aber immer rekonstruiert

    Man behauptet das in der Antike so gut wie nur Griechen gelebt haben

    Komm wir können dies akzeptieren

    die Welt besteht ja auch heute auch Griechen
    Was für ein Quatsch...

    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Das blöde ist nur , andere Völker haben auch schreiben gelernt
    Bei dir habe ich meine berechtigte Bedenken.


    Hier ein Ausschnitt aus dem Thread "Thessaloniki, Das Tor zum Balkan...":

    Zitat Zitat von hippokrates
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Ja diese Aposteln die , die Slawen missioniert haben , tragen schöne albanische Namen
    Du bist ein richtig witziges Kerlchen. Es wäre ratsam nicht so viel an Papas "Hustensaftflasche" zu nuckeln. :wink:


    KYRILLOS
    Cyrillic
    1842, the Slavic alphabet, from St. Cyril, 9c. apostle of the Slavs, who supposedly invented it. It replaced earlier Glagolitic. The name Cyril is L.L. Cyrillus, from Gk. Kyrillos, lit. "lordly, masterful," related to kyrios "lord, master."
    http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?...earchmode=none


    METHODIOS
    method
    1541, from M.Fr. methode, from L. methodus "way of teaching or going," from Gk. methodus "scientific inquiry, method of inquiry," originally "pursuit, following after," from meta- "after" (see meta-) + hodos "a traveling, way" (see cede). In ref. to a theory of acting associated with Rus. director Konstantin Stanislavsky, it is attested from 1923. Methodology is attested from 1800
    http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?...earchmode=none


    Hoffentlich hast du auch diesmal etwas draus gelernt. Ansonsten verschone uns bitte mit deinen albanisch-mohammedanischen "Weisheiten".








    Hippokrates

  3. #233
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    Zitat Zitat von Mr.LaLa
    Nije to tvoj problem. Izdajnice srpskog naroda.
    Izdanjice? Warum das denn?

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    kann man mir erklären was albanisch-mohamedanisch ist?
    ist das eine neue religion?
    oder die erfindung der wahren christlichen kirche athens....

  5. #235
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    Zitat Zitat von drenicaku
    kann man mir erklären was albanisch-mohamedanisch ist?
    Mit welchem Wort kommst du nicht klar, mit "albanisch" oder mit "mohammedanisch"?

    Wenn du beide Wörter nachschlägst, wirst du auch mit Leichtigkeit die obige Verknüpfung herleiten können.

    Zitat Zitat von drenicaku
    ist das eine neue religion?
    Ist das jetzt eine Annahme oder eine Feststellung?

    Zitat Zitat von drenicaku
    oder die erfindung der wahren christlichen kirche athens....
    Gibt es auch eine unchristliche Kirche?

    Was soll genau die "Kirche Athens" sein?




    Hippokrates

  6. #236

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    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Zitat Zitat von Mr.LaLa
    Nije to tvoj problem. Izdajnice srpskog naroda.
    Izdanjice? Warum das denn?
    Makni taj Orao. Izpod njega su patili preko 300.000 Hiljada Srba i nekoliko sto hiljada cigana.

  7. #237
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    Zitat Zitat von Mr.LaLa
    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Zitat Zitat von Mr.LaLa
    Nije to tvoj problem. Izdajnice srpskog naroda.
    Izdanjice? Warum das denn?
    Makni taj Orao. Izpod njega su patili preko 300.000 Hiljada Srba i nekoliko sto hiljada cigana.
    Te ljude su patili ispod terorističke organizacije koja se zove UCK a ne ispod Albanskog naroda!

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    Berühmte albanischstämmige Türken

    Mehmet Akif Ersoy (Schrieb die Nationalhymne der Türkei)









    http://www.kultur.gov.tr/EN/BelgeGos...2362B84F7B7B76

    Mehmet Akif Ersoy

    Poet and man of thought (b. 1873, İstanbul - d. 27 December 1936). He was the son of İpekli Tahir Efendi, a Albanian tutor at Fatih Madrasah. Mehmet Akif’s mother came from a family who migrated from Buhara and settled in İstanbul. The name of Akif was initially Rakıf, so as to rhyme with his father’s name; however, it was changed later. He was born in the Sarıgüzel quarter in Fatih province and attended the Emir Buhari Quarter School, Fatih Elementary School and the School of Politics. During his years at high school, he attended the lectures at Fatih Mosque and learned Arabian and Persian. He attended the Halkalı School of Veterinarian, after his father died and their house burned down and he graduated with the first degree (1893). He worked as a civil officer at the Department of veterinarian at the Ministry of Agriculture and worked in Rumelia, Anatolia, Albania and Saudi Arabia for four years. He learned everything and Arabian from his father. He got married in 1989 and had six children.

    Also working as a teacher at the School of Veterinerian, Akif published the reviews Sırat-ı Müstakim and Sebilürreşad with his friend Eşref Edib in 1908. He resigned from his office due to the Balkan War (1913). Opposing the Turkist movement of Ziya Gökalp, he defended the idea of Unity of Islam in his articles published in Sırat-ı Müstakim and Sebilürreşad and at his preaches in Fatih, Beyazıt, Şehzadebaşı, Süleymaniye mosques (1912). He went to Egypt and Hejaz before the World War I began (1913). He was sent to Germany during the war by the Ottoman Intelligence Service on the invitation of the German government in order to see the Muslim captives in Germany in 1914; and to Necep Emiri İbnürreşid, where people stayed loyal to Ottoman Empire against pro-English Şerif Hüseyin in the end of 1914 by t he same organization. Meanwhile he was appointed as the first secretary to High Islamic Counsil.

    He tried to encourage people in his preaches at mosques in Balıkesir in order to support the National Struggle rising in the Western Anatolia after the invasion of İzmir (1919). Shortly after his arrival in Ankara, he was elected as deputy from Burdur and served at this office until 1923. He was sent to Konya to prevent therebellions and to guide people. He informed people on Sevres Agreement and National Struggle at the enthusiactic preaches in Kastamonu Nasrullah Mosque (this preaching was published and handed out to all provinces and fronts). His Sebilürreşad was published in Kastamonu on 20 November 1920. He was dismissed from Dar'ül Hikmeti'l İslâmiye for his actions (20 December 1920).

    He settled in Tacettin lodge after returning to Ankara. His poem was enthusiastically read out at the Turkish Grand National Assembly and was accepted as the National Anthem (21 Mart 1921). He refused the money award as the poet of the national anthem, although he was economically in a bottleneck. The national anthem has been re-composed four times, and the form by Osman Zeki Üngör was approved. Akif returned to İstanbul after the Independence War was over; however went abroad on seeing the practices against his ideals in the Republic, Such as abolition of caliphate and the tendency to secularism. The publication of Sebilürreşad was terminated with the law of Maintenance of the Regime. If Akif still lived in Turkey under these circumstances, it was highly probable that his acts would haven been regarded a crime. therefore, he left for Egypt on an invitation form Prince Abbas Halim Paşa and settled in Hilvan. He worked as a professor of Turkish language and literature at the University of Egypt (1925-1935). He lived ten years of exile in Egypt and returned to İstanbul to die on his homeland of his cirrhosis. He died on 27 December 1936. He is buried at the Edirnekapı War Cemetery, next to the grave of Babanzade Ahmed Naîm Efendi.

    His first poem was published in the school journal at the School of Veterinarian (Mektep Mecmuası, issue of 2 March 1895); and his first professional work of poetry (Kurana Hitap-A Preach on Koran) appeared in Resimli Gazete in 1895. He published translations from İranlı Hafız and Sadi in Servet-i Fünun after 1898. He was recognized with his poems and stories in verse published in the Sebilürreşad review (1908-1910). He defended complete loyalty to Islam as a man of thought and represented the idea of Islamism, which was spreading at the end of 19th century. Agreeing with the famous Islamist philosopher of his time, such as Muhammed Abduh (1948-1905), Abdürreşid İbrahim (1853-1944) and Cemaleddin Afgani (1838-1897); Mehmet Akif believed that the Muslims should apply the Holy Koran to purify the religion from superstitions and to survive from the depressing conditions they were in. The idea was expressed in the words that read “Directly inspired by the Koran / The mind of the century shall interpret Islam”. Thus, he asserted a condition for being a poet of his time on his own understanding. His approach to art was to be with God, as Yunus Emre claimed. Regarded as the leading representative of the idea of “Arts for society”; Akif assumed poetry as an instrument to spread his beliefs and ideas and to continue his struggle.

    WORKS:

    POETRY: His poems have been collected under the title Safahat (Articles), which consists of seven volumes: Book 1: Safahat (Articles, 1911), Book 2: Süleymaniye Kürsüsünde (At the Chair of Süleymaniye, 1912), Book 3: Hakkın Sesleri (Voices of God, 1913), Book 4: Fatih Kürsüsünde (At the Chair of Fatih, 1914), Book 5: Hatıralar (Memoirs, 1917), Book 6: Asım (Asım, 1924), Book 7: Gölgeler (Shadow, 1933).

    THOUGHT-RESEARCH: Kastamonu Nasrullah Kürsüsü'nde (At the Kastamonu Nasrullah Chair, preaching to people at the Nasrullah Mosque during the National Struggle, published by Nihat Paşa, the commander of Al-Jazira, at diayrbakır Printing House, 1921), Kur'an'dan Ayet ve Hadisler (Sentences and Hadis* in the Koran, selections from his articles in Sebilürreşad, edited by Ö. Rıza Doğrul, 1944).


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    Es gibt neben vielen Gebäuden in der Türkei die seinen Namen tragen ,auch ein Kollege in Kosova das seinen Namen trägt , das von Kosovoalbaner und Kosovotürken besucht wird

    http://www.mackosova.com/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehmet_Akif_College

    Mehmet Akif College (Albanian: Kolegji Mehmet Akif, Turkish: Mehmet Akif Koleji), is the leading private secondary/high school in Kosovo. It is located in Prishtina, the capital. It was founded in 2000 as the first private education institution in Kosovo, by Gullistan Educational Center, and now incorporates international staff, mainly Turks and Albanians. The school is named after Mehmet Akif Ersoy, a poet of Albanian origin, who wrote the lyrics for the Turkish National Anthem and many other important works of the Turkish literature.

    Currently, the MAC is focused in offering Mathematics and Natural Science classes for grades 9 to 12, as well as social studies rated second of importance. Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry, Computers, and Physics are taught in English, while ESL classes are offered for freshmen. World History, Albanian History, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy and Physical Education are actually set to be lectured in Albanian. Moreover, MAC is concerned with languages, as students of different nationalities that may attend the school, have the opportunity to learn English, Albanian, Turkish and German, all at advanced level.

    The MAC seeks to foster an atmosphere conducive to personal growth which it pursues with vigor not only within, but also outside the classroom through a variety of other activities, clubs, sports, and field trips. The MAC is committed to a quality of education which fosters international understanding and friendship, and which provides students with a clear sense and understanding of humane and democratic values. A strong academic program, centered around the traditional core disciplines, prepares students for entrance into universities, or other institutions providing tertiary education and training.

    Despite being a private school, Mehmet Akif College is not designated for only rich people’s children. Every year, at least 50 students get scholarship from the school as a reward for successes achieved in lessons.

    Mehmet Akif College’s diploma is internationally recognized, while MAC’s students are introduced to universities all over the world in daily basis. Many former students have gained scholarships in the U.S., Turkey, Great Britain, Italy etc.

    Gullistan Educational Center also administers International School of Prishtina, primary school (grades 1-8).

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    Der ehemalige türkische Staatspräsident und Offizier Kenan Evren

    http://guskova.ru/misc/balcan/AT/eng/02

    One of the most illustrious Turks of Albanian descent is the former commander of the Turkish Army and president of the republic — Kenan Evren.

    http://kurt.norgaz.de/Tuerkei/03_xx_...&Menupunkt03=1

    KENAN EVREN
    7. Staatspräsident der Türkei
    (18. September 1980 - 09. November 1982)
    (08. November 1982 - 08. November 1989)

    Kenan EVREN wurde 1918 in Alaşehir / Manisa geboren. Sein Vater war Hayrullah Bey, seine Mutter Naciye Hanım.

    Seine Grund- und Mittelschulausbildung erhielt er in Alaşehir, Manisa, Balıkesir und İstanbul. Er schloß die militärische Oberschule in Maltepe ab und trat 1936 in die weiterführende Militärschule ein, die er zwei Jahre später beendete. 1940 schloß er die Artillerieschule ab und war in der unteren Kommandoebene auf verschiedenen Posten eingesetzt. 1946 trat er in die Militärakademie ein, die er im Jahre 1949 abschloß. Als Stabsoffizier diente er als Abschnittsleiter in der Schulungsabteilung des Generalstabs, als stellvertretender Operationskommandeur der ersten Armee und als Ausbilder in der Heeresakademie. In der neunten türkischen Brigade in Korea war er zuerst in der Abteilungskommandantur für Schulung und Operation, danach in der Stabskommandantur. Nach seiner Rückkehr in die Türkei war er in der Stabskommandantur der Heeresausstattungsschule, in der Schulungs- und Operationskommandantur der zweiten Armee, Kommandeur des 227. Pionierregiments, Stabskommandeur des neunten Armeekorps und Abteilungsleiter der Heeresschulen. Am 30. August 1964 wurde er zum Brigadegeneral befördert und setzte seinen Dienst als Abteilungsleiter der Heeresschulen fort. Am 30. August 1967 erhielt er den Rang eines Generalmajors und wurde eingesetzt als Kommandant der 58. Ausbildungsdivision und als Stabskommandeur der zweiten Armee. Am 30. August 1970 wurde er Generalleutnant und war Kommandeur des 11. Armeekorps, Leiter des Inspektionsausschusses der Heereskommandantur, danach Heereskommandeur und Stabskommandeur.

    Am 30. August 1974 wurde er zum Armeekommandeur ernannt und setzte seinen Dienst als Stabsleiter des Heeres ein weiteres Jahr fort. 1975 wurde er stellvertretender Generalstabsleiter. Danach war er Kommandeur der Ägäis-Armee und Kommandeur der Heeresstreitkräfte. Am 7. März 1978 wurde er zum Leiter des Generalstabs ernannt.

    "Auf Weisung und im Rahmen der Befehlsstruktur" der türkischen Streitkräfte wurde er nach dem Umsturz des Militärs am 12. September 1980 zum Vorsitzenden des Nationalen Sicherheitsrates und Staatspräsidenten ernannt.

    Durch die Volksabstimmung vom 7. November 1982, mit der die neue türkische Verfassung angenommen wurde, wurde Kenan EVREN als Staatspräsident bestätigt.

  10. #240
    @Albanesi2

    Schau mal :arrow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Albanians

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