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Şimdi de Filistin yalanına başvurdular

Şimdi de Filistin yalanına başvurdular

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The strong person is not the good wrestler. Rather,the strong person is the one who controls himself when he is angry. (Sahih al-Bukhari, Book

Sovyet tanklarının önlerine silahsız dimdik çıkan bozkurt yürekli Azerbaycan (Oğuz) Türkleri, istiklâllerini kanları ile kazanmıştır!  1988-1990 Yıllarında Bakü'de sovyetlere karşı, Azerbaycan Türklerinin istiklal çıkışları zamanı meydana bozkurt heykeli getirmeleri...

Sovyet tanklarının önlerine silahsız dimdik çıkan bozkurt yürekli Azerbaycan (Oğuz) Türkleri, istiklâllerini kanları ile kazanmıştır! 1988-1990 Yıllarında Bakü'de sovyetlere karşı, Azerbaycan Türklerinin istiklal çıkışları zamanı meydana bozkurt heykeli getirmeleri...

Syrians Refugees

hawamisch: “fnhfal: “War in Syria ” This isn’t just “War in Syria”. This is the mass exodus of people from Yarmouk, a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus that has been under siege by the Assad government and military since Yarmouk, where ISIS.

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Hands down my favorite picture of all time. Famous Eisenstaedt Photo of Sailor Kissing Nurse in Times Square after Announcement of End of World War II. Hands down my favorite picture of all time

Le Petit Journal:İtalya,Fransa'nın yaktığı 'milliyetçilik meşalesini'eline almış Trablusgarp'tan Türkleri çıkartıyor

Le Petit Journal:İtalya,Fransa'nın yaktığı 'milliyetçilik meşalesini'eline almış Trablusgarp'tan Türkleri çıkartıyor

Aerial view of the almost intact ancient Sabratha Theatre located in Sabratha, Libya, on the Mediterranean coast. The site was originally a Phoenician trading-post, but became part of the Roman Empire, and its monuments were built in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. View on Google Maps. (© Jason Hawkes)

Aerial view of the almost intact ancient Sabratha Theatre located in Sabratha, Libya, on the Mediterranean coast. The site was originally a Phoenician trading-post, but became part of the Roman Empire, and its monuments were built in the and centuries AD.

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