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Thousands Pray Near Hagia Sophia, Call for its Reopening as a Mosque
A huge group prayer in front of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey, was held to commemorate the 562nd anniversary of the conquest, according to organizers.
A number of groups from Istanbul and across Turkey gathered in front of Hagia Sophia at 4 a.m. on Sunday as part of an event organized by the Anatolian Youth Association (AGD), which aims to open the Hagia Sophia museum for prayer again. The organization made statements such as “Chains to be broken, Hagia Sophia to be opened” and “Come with your prayer rug.”
Speaking to the crowd gathered in front of Hagia Sophia, AGD head Salih Turhan called for the museum to be turned into a mosque again. “You demonstrated an important stance by coming here from all different parts of Turkey to break the chains of Hagia Sophia,” Turhan said. AGD Istanbul head Ali Uğur Bulut defined Hagia Sophia as the symbol of Istanbul and the conquest, stating that it is unacceptable to remain closed for prayer.
The Hagia Sophia museum was first dedicated as an Orthodox patriarchal basilica in the year 360. Until 1453 it served as the Greek Patriarchal cathedral of Constantinople, as the city was then named. Following the city’s conquest by the Ottoman Empire, the building was turned into a mosque until 1931, when it was closed to the public for four years. It was reopened by the Turkish authorities in 1935 as a museum.
Thousands Pray Near Hagia Sophia, Call for its Reopening as a Mosque | Greek Reporter Europe
Ich bekomme eine andere Nachricht über Flüchtlinge, wenn ich den Link anklicke.
Zitat von Rafi
Türkei organisiert Zwangshochzeiten in Palästina, 2000 Paare
Geld gibt es auch 4 Millionen soll die Türkei versprochen haben, dafür dürfen die Palästinenser türkische Fahnen schwenken.
Sehr glücklich sehen die Paare nicht aus
Hast du deine Medikamente eingenommen.
First Turkish-made car to appear in August: PM
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu announced on June 1 that Turkey will finish the prototype of its first domestically-produced car in August.
“All preparations have been finalized and we will sign the papers this week,” he said at an election rally of his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the Central Anatolian province of Kırıkkale, as quoted by Anadolu Agency.
He said production of the first batch of vehicles will begin in 2016.
The Turkish government had set a target to produce a car brand by means of local resources two years ago.
However, last February, Industry and Technology Minister Fikri Işık pointed to electric automotive technology as a “new window of opportunity,” adding Turkey had “missed the train” on combustion motorized cars.
“There’s a new, emerging technology: Long-range electric cars. This sector will be living its golden year within the next four to five years. Therefore, we wanted to use this chance and have initiated an extensive study. Now it’s time to reap the fruits,” Işık had said.
First Turkish-made car to appear in August: PM - POLITICS
jungs, wenn ihr hilfe braucht, ihr wisst wo ich zu finden bin.
Zitat von Tigerfish
aber fahnen schwenken und Geld kassieren?
wie schwer ist so ne fahne?
würde es reichen, diese nur zu heben?
Stell dich nicht so an. Vom bisschen Schwenken fällt dir der Arm nicht ab.
Zitat von Indianer
Und bei "lang lebe der Sultan" gibt es eine Extravergütung oben drauf.
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