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  • Essay About Refugee Refugees

    more than 200,000 Syrian nationals to enter into Suruc, Turkey, and 150,000 arrived at that Turkish camp in the space of only three days. Thus, presently, more than half of Syria’s population, before the onset of war, is now dislocated and took flight into the neighboring countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and Turkey. Turkey has become the national host nation with the largest number of Syrian-born refugees in the Middle East. Turkey has accepted the most wartime refugees of any nation on…

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  • Media Manipulation

    Media has become the “fourth pillar of the government” in Turkey, ever since the first private media outlets emerged in the 1980s (Çaglar & Çakar-Mengü, 2009). The lack of laws to limit the monopolization and acquiring the competition in relation to media companies, made it easier for influential and wealthy individuals to create media cartels in Turkey. Unlike other profit driven businesses, media that has been created or acquired to maximize profits in non-media related sectors is likely to…

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  • Valley Of The Wolves Rhetorical Analysis

    soldiers for insurgents, but Turkey nonetheless experienced national shame. American soldiers are then depicted raiding a wedding, massacring and arresting dozens of people, torturing innocent citizens in the Abu Ghraib prison, and selling their organs on the black market-- among other atrocities. The film casts a light on the injustices faced by the Turkish and American peoples, as well as the disconnect between government and the general population. While America and Turkey are allies in the…

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  • From Natives To Foreigners Analysis

    answer what transpired? Regardless of the label used, the result was destruction of virtually every Armenian community in the Ottoman Empire, which collapsed after the war. What was left of the country transitioned into the modern-day Republic of Turkey, while a community left devastated, that before was not a target. This sudden shift from fellow brethren to enemy status, is perplexing,…

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  • Armenian Genocide Essay

    Armenian Genocide, but not many people know the sinister methods the Turks used to kill the Armenians. A genocide is a systematic, planned mass murder of a particular group. This time, The Turkish government wanted to eliminate the Armenian population of Turkey. Armenia became part of the Ottoman Empire during the 15th century, meaning that the Turks controlled Armenia. In 1908, the Young Turks took over the government. After years of being discriminated, the Armenians thought that they would…

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  • Trnsys: A Simulation Study

    Simulation In this study, optimisation of both parameters together with energy performance assessment of the mechanical ventilated PV façade system are conducted using TRNSYS. The schematic diagram of the components used to simulate the system is provided in Figure 2. The façade is part of a prototypical daylit cellular office building that is represented by Type 56 in Figure 2. This built form is chosen because it accounts for more than 67% of office buildings in England and Wales [25]. The…

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  • Khilafat Movement Case Study

    religio-political Movement launched by the Muslims from the British India to the retention from the Ottoman Caliphate or even khilafat-e-Usmania and for not letting to the Muslim holy locations go beneath control from the Non-Muslims. During the 1st World War Turkey sided against Germany and since Germany began…

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  • Armenian Genocide Compared To The Holocaust

    In May of 1915, the Allied Powers accused the Young Turk regime of crimes against humanity. In 1919, the Ottoman government persecuted leaders of the Young Turks of crimes of massacre. After 1920, Turkey obligated itself to the apprehension of those responsible for the massacres. The international community never questioned the accuracy of the reports of extermination, although they should have. In 1923 the international community abandoned the Armenians…

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  • Orientalism In The Middle East Essay

    The West has separated itself from the Middle East for centuries. This division is known as Orientalism which refers to the Western or Occidental views that the Middle East or Orient is inferior or different in some way. Edward Said was a scholar who studied the Western perception of the Middle East, specifically the word “Islam” through the lens of Orientalism. Said argues that this distinction between the West and the “other” is primarily reflected in Western media which generally promotes…

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  • Why The Slobodskoi's Cruelty Of The Allies?

    The Allies established in the city their own police and courts. Except of the Bureau of International Police, which was located on the Golden Horn seafront, each European Power had its own police department (British crocker, French and Italian section) in their zone of control. Americans, having neither a district to control, nor its own army in the city, dispatched their police patrols by evenings to gather from the streets drunken American sailors. Ottoman Police had permanent stations…

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