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· February, 2007

Stories about Turkey from February, 2007

Turkey is Typing….Food and Music

  27 February 2007

I'm reaching in a different direction this week. Let's talk Turkish food and music. Zen in the Kitchen talks about the simple pleasures in eating bread with fresh olive oil. Tastes of Mavi Boncuk gives us a background to the history of the Turkish national drink Raki, and Almost Turkish...

Kurdistance: A Medley

  8 February 2007

Welcome to this week's edition of Kurdistance, where we will roam the world over to see what the Kurds are discussing. Diaspora News Most of the Kurdish bloggers are Diaspora, but this week we are going to look at the areas in which they are talking about. Vladimir, who writes...

Turkey is Typing….

  7 February 2007

Hrant Dink is still very much present in the Turkish blogosphere this week, and while I don't wish to present a case of Hrant Dink overload, part of today's post will feature a short follow-up and then we can have some fun. Turkish Torque summarizes the future situation of Turkey...

Kabobfest: World Bank with Holes in his Socks

  1 February 2007

“Who ever thought that the socks safely tucked away in the boots of oppression would be so holey?” asks Will at Kabobfest. “Do you think leading neo-condrathal Paul Wolfowitz was sending Muslims a message by wearing such shoddy socking at the Turkish mosque? Or are his socks manufactured poorly because...

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