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Gengiz Khan and Turkic people?
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30.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 12:10 am

If it became known that Khan had babies for breakfast he would stop being a Turk overnight

31.       armegon
1872 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 12:25 am

 

Quoting barba_mama

If it became known that Khan had babies for breakfast he would stop being a Turk overnight

 

There are hearsays that Cingiz was ordering his hungry warriors to eat enemy´s girls, so barba beware of Turks and Mongols...{#emotions_dlg.razz} {#emotions_dlg.lol}

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32.       lemon
1374 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 09:56 am

 

Quoting vineyards

 

 

Never heard a name like this but the word "kök" which sounds like "kök"=root and "gök" must be common between Kazakh and Turkish. We say, gök mavisi meaning the blue (color) of the sky. Furthermore, count numbers are the same in most Turkic languages. There are just minor differences in pronunciation. When I hear a Kazakh count from 0 to 9, I feel as if he is going to shoot me at the end of the counting. Azeri language is very melodic though it sounds a bit funny to Turkish ears. A while ago I started writing a review on mutual intelligibility between speakers of Turkish and other Turkic languages. I thought no one was paying any attention and discontinued. To sum it up, when I carefully listen to lanuages like Uzbek and Kirghis, I do understand the general context and Azeri is the closest language to Turkish. Kazakh is a bit different but every now and then you hear a common word. I also found Tatar can be understood if listened carefully.

 

You! Joker!{#emotions_dlg.you_smartass}

Bir! Eki! Ush! Tort! Bes! Alti! Zheti! Segiz! Toghiz! On!   ..



Edited (7/10/2010) by lemon [Needed to shoot a Turk]

33.       lemon
1374 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 10:06 am

 

Quoting alameda

Lemon,

Like or not, humans have mated, or tried to mate with a dizzying array of options from time immemorial. Cro-Magnon Neanderthal is really not that implausable. 

In fact, the mating instinct gives birth to a whole array of interesting hybred species....If there were no beastiality, why would it be mentioned in Leviticus 18:23?

 

 

 

Alameda,

I think you dont understand Leviticus Laws at all. Ask Armegon to explain it to you. He seems to be very good at understanding ancient laws and regulations.

There was bestiality and still is (which wasnt for breeding purpose). That is why the Law was given. The perversion was widely practised as well as many evil and disgusting things.

 

34.       armegon
1872 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 11:45 am

Now a short story why Cingiz did not become muslim;

Arabs struggled much to make him muslim. If he had accaepted Islam, in a short time the whole central asia would have been muslim. One day a Arab delegate visited Cingiz tent to invite him into Islam, and a conversation between them ;

- Great Cingiz we are here to invite you into Islam.

- What is Islam you are talking about?

-  It is a religion annunciated to whole humanity via our prophet Muhammed Mustafa.

- And what is the prophet you are talking about?

- He is the chosen messenger of the Creator of universe.

- Can be. I am also representative of Tengri here.

-But you were not revealed a book from God. We have Quran revealed to our beloved prophet.

- What it is written in your book? Summarize please

Arab delegate read surah Ihlas and Cingiz requested it to be translated into Turkish;

-" Say:He, Allah, is one, God the eternal, the uncaused cause of all being, He begets not, neither he is begotten; and none is like him"

After listening it, Cingiz laughed and responded;

- Have you just learned this? We know and apply this for one thousand years. Now you can leave.

 

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35.       lemon
1374 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 12:06 pm

Armegon (son of Japheth),{#emotions_dlg.lol}

You are a typical Turk. When you talk to a Turk you will smell it from a mile that he is a Turk. You know why? Because all Turks (I mean turkic nations) are pan-turkists. It doesnt have to have a negative connotation though.

36.       armegon
1872 posts
 10 Jul 2010 Sat 12:29 pm

 

Quoting lemon

Armegon (son of Japheth),{#emotions_dlg.lol}

You are a typical Turk. When you talk to a Turk you will smell it from a mile that he is a Turk. You know why? Because all Turks (I mean turkic nations) are pan-turkists. It doesnt have to have a negative connotation though.

 

, what can i do? God created me as a member of Turkish family . We are all relative at the end {#emotions_dlg.lol}

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