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Güzel bir açıklama olmuş bende dil eğitimi için Amerika vize işlemlerini araştırıyordum :)
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Çevre Sorunları / Yavru hamsi katliamını durdurun!
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Aralık 09, 2014, 05:39:01 ÖÖ »
"Hamsi katliamını durdurun" çağrısı
Gemlik Su Ürünleri Kooperatifi Başkanı İbrahim Cezair, bazı balıkçıların, hamside ayrım yapmadan yazın yumurtadan çıkmış yavruları ile irilerini yakaladığını belirterek, "Yakalanan hamsileri elektrikli elekten geçirip irilerini tekneye, ölen yavruları denize atıyorlar. Bu şekilde 3 bin kasanın yaklaşık 300'ü iri çıkarken, 2 bin 700 kasa yavru hamsi telef oluyor" dedi.


Cezair, AA muhabirine yaptığı açıklamada, Marmara Denizi'nde balık çeşidinin çok azaldığını vurgulayarak, özellikle bu yıl balıkçının sadece hamsiden kazandığını söyledi.


Tüm uyarıları ve çağrılarına rağmen hamsinin küçüklerinin yem fabrikalarına satılmak üzere yakalanmaya devam ettiğini dile getiren Cezair, "Bu genellikle Karadeniz'de oluyor. Karadeniz'de yıllardır bu devam ediyor ama kimse önlem almıyor. Karadeniz balıkçısının ağ gözleri yavrularını, incelerini yakalayacak ölçüde küçüktür" diye konuştu.

Marmara'da ise balıkçıların farklı bir yöntemle balığın geleceğini tehlikeye attığına dikkati çeken Cezair, şöyle devam etti:

"Bazı balıkçılar, hamside ayrım yapmadan yazın yumurtadan çıkmış yavruları ile irilerini yakalıyorlar. Yakalanan hamsileri elektrikli elekten geçirip irilerini tekneye, ölen yavruları denize atıyorlar. Bu şekilde 3 bin kasanın yaklaşık 300'ü iri çıkarken, 2 bin 700 kasa yavru hamsi telef oluyor. Yani yakalanan balığın sadece yüzde 10'u iri olduğu için işe yarıyor, geri kalanı telef bir şekilde denize. Balıkçıların bize anlattıkları, şahit oldukları durum bu. Sahil güvenlik ekiplerinin denetimleri artırması gerekiyor. Balığımızı korumamız lazım."

"Hamside adeta bir katliam yaşanıyor"

Kooperatif Başkan Yardımcısı Aydın Eres ise bu yıl balıkçıların hamsiden ekonomik olarak kazanım elde ettiğini ancak bir yandan da yavruların büyümesinin önlendiğini belirtti. Hamside adeta bir katliam yaşandığını vurgulayan Eres, şunları kaydetti:

"Hamsi katliamı durdurulmazsa önümüzdeki yıllarda bu bollukta hamsi bulamayacağız. Yaz aylarında yumurtadan çıkmış yavrular gelecek senenin balığıdır. Bunları bugünden telef ederseniz, gelecek yılın balığını öldürmüş olursunuz. Hamsi dar gelirli sofralarının balığı. Halkın önemli bölümü hamsi tüketiyor. Gelecek yıllarda hamsi azalıp fiyatı artınca dar gelirli ne yiyecek? Binlerce kasanın ortalama yüzde 10'u iri çıkıyor. Geri kalanı denize atılıyor. Elektrikli elekten geçen balık ölüyor. Buna birilerinin dur demesi lazım."
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Tarihi fotoğraflar / Ynt: Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Aralık 05, 2014, 02:49:07 ÖS »
Ynt: Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar
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Tarihi fotoğraflar / Ynt: Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Aralık 05, 2014, 02:47:06 ÖS »
Ynt: Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar
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Tarihi fotoğraflar / Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Aralık 05, 2014, 02:44:52 ÖS »
Çanakkale - Gallipoli old photos -Dardanelles tarihi fotoğraflar

The Customs House at Gallipoli 1920-21. Note uniformed officers on quayside. The supplies being unloaded were badly needed.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Harbour at Gallipoli in 1922 during French occupation and administration.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Turkish quarter of Gallipoli in 1922.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Armenian quarter of Gallipoli in 1925.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Crimean War Cemetery of the French in Gallipoli (and a headstone of a German marked in X). Ottoman era postcard approx. 1901-1910. The cemetery nowadays is well looked-after and can be visited. The tomb to the right is that of Saruca Pasha, built in 1436. He was an Admiral of the Ottoman Navy who in 1391 built the local ship yard. The tomb still stands today in an altered restored state.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
A distant view of the same cemeteries. The Crimean War French Cemetery is clearly visible. One building towards the right must be the dervish lodge (Mevlevihane), now re-opened. The Russian memorial should be in the middle ground but is lost among the houses. The lighthouse is behind us to the right. In fact, I think this photo may have been taken from the top of the lighthouse. The 2 windmills are now gone, but where the small water fountain is just below them is now the tomb of “Bayraklı Baba”, one of the main attractions of Gelibolu for Turkish tourists nowadays - to view this hover here.

image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Gallipoli viewed from the outskirts. The most noticeable feature is the open air-mosque “Namazgah” dating from early Ottoman times. It is one of the few structures of its kind left in the world. The lighthouse on the headland is out of sight to the left. Beyond the Namazgah is a steep gap in the cliffs leading down to the sea. In the far distance, the group of trees and cemetery nearby resemble what we can see in the photo above this one. Notice the boulders on the shore. Just above is where the French consulate was.

image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Currently a mystery, possibly municipal or state officials inspecting the walled springs in the countryside for the fresh water network? The Greek inscription reads “Mother of the Water”.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
A large steam powered flour mill owned by a local Greek. The factory building and chimney survived the war and are still seen in 1920s photos but must have been demolished later on. This is probably the steam-flour mill referred to in the online “1911 encyclopedia”.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Moslem cemetery. This is a 1918-23 occupation postcard. From the white uniform, this must be a Russian soldier.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Gallipoli Courts, Town Hall (the current one probably occupies the same place), fountain and clock tower (no longer standing). The large crowd of people is due to the visit by the “Dersaadet Fatih Kulubu” [Constantinople Victory Club] and “Ittihat Terakki Cemiyeti” [Committee of Union and Progress]. Below, what appears to be this square in earlier times.

image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
An engraving from the magazine called “L’Illustration” dated 1854 of the French Consulate of Gallipoli. The ships in the harbour and white tents in the background fairly conclusively identify it as belonging to the Crimean War (1854-56). The boulders by the shore are still there, but now there is a road at the base of the cliff round from the main harbour to the other side of the headland. Nowadays, there are important military buildings on the slope towards the top of the cliff. In another engraving showing the French troops landing during the Crimean War, there is a flag flying at about the same place as in this print. This was also the private house of the Consul, François d’Andria, the great-grandfather of contributor Marie Anne Marandet. This building was taken over by the German General Liman von Sanders in 1916, the overall commander of this crucial front against Allied attacks. The house was destroyed by a fire in 1923. It was located in the area called "Balıkpazarı” [fish-market]; the land was bought by the Turkish government and they built a military barracks on it.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Perhaps the French Consulate at a later date?
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The François d’Andria house in 1918, by then in a bad state and looted of its contents.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Catholic Freres School in Gallipoli.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The Catholic Chapelle of the Fathers of the Assumptionists - is it the chapel of the school? My grand father: Henri d’Andria helped the settlement of the Assumptionists Fathers in 1899 by buying under his own name the land on which they built their school and church. The school and chapel are almost certainly no longer standing.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
The original White Russian monument for their own war dead in Gallipoli - this was rebuilt in May 2008 with a ceremony attended by descendants, details:
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
White Russian Army on the shore at Gallipoli, probably waiting to depart for Europe in November 1921.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Families of the White Russian Army on a summer outing.
image courtesy of Marie Anne Marandet
Gallipoli was but a temporary refuge for this contingent of General Wrangel’s defeated Southern White Army, which escaped in November 1920 on around 120 commandeered military and civilian ships from the Crimea, the greater portion camping in Constantinople. This photographs is dated as 1920, when this zone was under Allied occupation. The fleet ended in Tunisia, where it was “desarmé”. Of the population on the boats (civilian & military) some settled in Tunisia (there is still a white Russian church in Tunis) or left for other countries (most to Serbia, Bulgaria, Prague and the USA). The boats were returned to the Red Russians a few years later by the French government. I have an article about it but cannot put my hand on it.
The civilian in the middle holding his hat is Henri d’Andria who was the High Commissioner in Gallipoli at that time. He is also the grandfather of the above images contributor Marie Anne Marandet - postcard interpretation courtesy of Graham Lee.
White Russian commemorative medal.
French occupation forces in Gallipoli.
Evacuation of Gallipoli by the Greeks (18.11.1922).
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Rus ordusu Rize Karade Trabzon Of arasını işgal ediyor, Karadenizli köylüler, katledilen asker ve Laz milislerin siperlerde yatan cesetleri

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Rize'de Rum ve Ermeniler, Rus ordusunu karşılıyor


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Ayı yavrusu ile güreşen çocuk, Osmanlı-Rus savaşında Rus ordusuna yardım eden Kürtler

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tRABZON'DAN ESKİ FOTOĞRAFLAR

1970-1971 Trabzonspor şampiyon kadro üstte: Turan, B.Bülent, Cemil, İlhan, Necmi, Suavi altta: K. Bülent, Erkan, Atay, Osman, Ahmet
 *Arsin de fındık toplayan kızlar
 * Karadenizli kız geleneksel kıyafetleri içerisinde, Osmanlı dönemi
* Kara zipkalı Uşaklar destanı İsmet Zeki Eyüboğlu
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Asia Travel / Ynt: Uighurs in China - Daily life of Uighur Turks
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Kasım 26, 2014, 05:58:02 ÖÖ »
Uighurs in China - Daily life of Uighur Turks (Part 2)

Photos

13. Chinese soldiers in riot gear secure the area outside the Id Kah Mosque, after Imam Jumwe Tahir was killed by assailants following early morning prayers on July 30, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

14. Chinese soldiers march in front of the Id Kah Mosque, China's largest, on July 31, 2014 in Kashgar, China. China has increased security in many parts of the restive Xinjiang province following some of the worst violence in months in the Uyghur dominated area

15. A Uyghur woman walks with her baby at a market on August 1, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

16. A Uyghur man rides a scooter as he pulls his camel and horse on August 2, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

17. A Uyghur woman looks out the window as she rides in a new bus on August 1, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

18. A Uyghur man waits for customers at his headscarf shop at a local market on August 2, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

19. A Uyghur woman wears a veil as she shops at a local market on August 2, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.

20. A veiled Uyghur woman sits at a food stall at a local market on August 1, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

21. Uyghurs inspect sheep for sale at a livestock market on August 3, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

22. A Uyghur woman fans the mother of the groom after she was overcome at her son's wedding celebration on August 2, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.

23. A Uyghur bride talks with a friend at her wedding celebration on August 2, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.
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Asia Travel / Uighurs in China - Daily life of Uighur Turks
« Son İleti Gönderen: admin Kasım 26, 2014, 05:49:19 ÖÖ »
Uighurs in China - Daily life of Uighur Turks

Photos
 1. A Uyghur man tries on a new traditional hat as he buys new clothes before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development. (Photo byKevin Frayer/GettyImages)

2. Uyghurs wait at a bus stop on July 27, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

3. A Uyghur man waits to have his hair cut at a barber shop before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

4. A Uyghur woman takes care of her child at home before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

5. Uyghur men eat watermelon as they break their Ramadan fast before the Eid holiday at a night market on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development
6. An elderly Uyghur man who said he was 100 years old listens to his wife as they sit in an alleyway before breaking their fast before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.

7. Chinese soldiers ride on the back of a truck as they patrol outside the Id Kah Mosque, China's largest, on July 31, 2014 in Kashgar, China. China has increased security in many parts of the restive Xinjiang province following some of the worst violence in months in the Uyghur dominated area

8. A Uyghur boy sits atop a horse as he has his picture taken outside the Id Kah Mosque before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.

9. A Uyghur shaves a customer at an outdoor stall before the Eid holiday on July 28, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

10. Uyghur men leave the Id Kah Mosque following the Eid prayers on July 29, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

11. A Uyghur family pray before lunch on the Eid holiday on July 29, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development

12. A Uyghur woman wearing a gown for the Eid holiday walks from her house on July 30, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China. Nearly 100 people have been killed in unrest in the restive Xinjiang Province in the last week in what authorities say is terrorism but advocacy groups claim is a result of a government crackdown to silence opposition to its policies. China's Muslim Uyghur ethnic group faces cultural and religious restrictions by the Chinese government. Beijing says it is investing heavily in the Xinjiang region but Uyghurs are increasingly dissatisfied with the influx of Han Chinese and uneven economic development.

 
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