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Islamic Iran - What is the general feeling toward America today in Europe and the Middle East
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1.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 12:28 am

She is great! CNN's chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour is considered an expert on Islam. She was raised as a Christian in Islamic Iran.
http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07232/810729-129.stm

2.       catwoman
8933 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 02:00 am

According to our new forum rules, this topic is not appropriate for this site. It is religious and political that is NOT related to Turkey.

3.       janissary
0 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 10:09 am

hehehe. this topic is very dangerous. this can cause some members's account deleted

we love you "America", the country of "FREEDOMs"....))

4.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 10:10 am

Nobody got deleted yet for not loving America :O

5.       janissary
0 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 10:31 am

Quoting Daydreamer:

Nobody got deleted yet for not loving America :O



its not allowed to write against USA and Israel by dear moderators on this site. if you go on posting after warning you will be deleted writing about Turkey is free! whatever you want Im learning lots of things about turkey from some ppl on this site like turkish history from dutch ppl and about European Union and Turkey from Kazaks

6.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 10:58 am

Quoting janissary:

Quoting Daydreamer:

Nobody got deleted yet for not loving America :O



its not allowed to write against USA and Israel by dear moderators on this site. if you go on posting after warning you will be deleted writing about Turkey is free! whatever you want Im learning lots of things about turkey from some ppl on this site like turkish history from dutch ppl and about European Union and Turkey from Kazaks



For one thing, I believe Catwoman wanted to close this topic as it is not DIRECTLY connected to Turkey (I guess that is what the rules say) as this is a Turkish Class. It's definitely not wrong to criticise US - there are lots of negative comments about US here (I had my share in it too).

As for learning history of your country from yabancilar, it may be beneficial - at least you can learn where world history puts Turkey. Nobody tells you to agree with it, right? Oh, the whole population of Kazakhs in this site is currently ZERO so don't say they still teach you what to think

Having explained that, dear admins, why the heck can we NOT discuss things not related to Turkey in off-topic forum?

I thought people said they were ok discussing all kinds of issues here?

7.       janissary
0 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 11:30 am

Quoting Daydreamer:

Quoting janissary:

Quoting Daydreamer:

Nobody got deleted yet for not loving America :O



its not allowed to write against USA and Israel by dear moderators on this site. if you go on posting after warning you will be deleted writing about Turkey is free! whatever you want Im learning lots of things about turkey from some ppl on this site like turkish history from dutch ppl and about European Union and Turkey from Kazaks



For one thing, I believe Catwoman wanted to close this topic as it is not DIRECTLY connected to Turkey (I guess that is what the rules say) as this is a Turkish Class. It's definitely not wrong to criticise US - there are lots of negative comments about US here (I had my share in it too).

As for learning history of your country from yabancilar, it may be beneficial - at least you can learn where world history puts Turkey. Nobody tells you to agree with it, right? Oh, the whole population of Kazakhs in this site is currently ZERO so don't say they still teach you what to think

Having explained that, dear admins, why the heck can we NOT discuss things not related to Turkey in off-topic forum?

I thought people said they were ok discussing all kinds of issues here?



for second thing, I dont agree with any of admins here. in my opinion they dont know how to administrate. If I had time I would do it better nobody from another country can teach history or something else about my country. they can say their thoughts, I respect that but it s not nice to say " they teach you wrong things in turkey".. maybe we are not a developed country, but here is not zembabwe.

8.       karpusqueen
0 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 12:54 pm



Quote:

dear admins, why the heck can we NOT discuss things not related to Turkey in off-topic forum?

I thought people said they were ok discussing all kinds of issues here?



Perhaps I never had a clear understanding of what this section was for but my interpretation of "Off Topic "in the context of the TC Forums was . . . Post here, anything about Turkey that is not covered in the above Forums. Perhaps Admins/Moderators can clarify. Of course they may have already done so somewhere on the site, if so, I'm sorry

9.       catwoman
8933 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 01:51 pm

We wanted this web site to become more focused on Turkey and Turkish language. If political topics unrelated to Turkey can be freely discussed in the off-topic forums, they tend to overtake the site. At the same time, a moderate dose is fine, as long as people don't start posting such topics all the time.

10.       janissary
0 posts
 19 Mar 2008 Wed 02:07 pm

yes. I remember we were warned by one of moderator, Im not sure who was she, because we were writing in turkish

I wonder is there a rule about it, talking in turkish?

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