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*  Turkish censorship hampered Hollywood efforts to film 'Forty Days of Musa Dagh' - BBC 3 - Armenian News - Tert.am
... fight against Turkish forces on the mountain of Musa Dagh (in 1915), repeatedly met long-distance censorship by the Turkish ... Turkish censorship hampered Hollywood efforts to film 'Forty Days of Musa Dagh' - BBC 3. 11:00 • 30.01.18 ... "For both Werfel and its many readers 'The Forty Days of Musa Dagh' was not just an epic tribute to Armenian resistance and ... Turkish workers arrested after Istanbul airport protests *Libarman's visit to Baku signals strengthening Azerbaijani-Israeli ...
  https://www.tert.am/en/news/2018/01/30/musa-dagh/2600654
*  Musa Dagh - Wikipedia
Musa Dagh (Turkish: Musa Dağı; Armenian: Մուսա լեռ, Musa leṛ; Arabic: جبل موسى‎ Jebel Musa; meaning "Moses Mountain") is a ... As Ottoman Turkish forces converged upon the town, the populace, aware of the impending danger, refused deportation and fell ... Today, the town of Anjar is divided into six districts, each commemorating one of the villages of Musa Dagh. As the French ... French and British ships, beginning with the Guichen, evacuated 4,200 men, women and children from Musa Dagh to safety in Port ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Dagh
*  Difference between revisions of "Petra" - Wikitravel
... or Turkish bath). There are several hammams in Wadi Musa (alyakhor turkish bath) that serve both male and female clientele. A ... The main route from Wadi Musa to Aqaba is overpriced for tourists! The same for the route from Amman to Wadi Musa. With the ... In Wadi Musa, there are many more eating options. * Of particular note, is Al-Wadi Restaurant on Shaheed roundabout/Circle in ... Petra Moon Hotel, Petra Visitor Center Street, Wadi Musa, ☎ +96232156220 ([email protected]), [12]. Right next to the Mövenpick ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Petra" - Wikitravel
... or Turkish bath). There are several hammams in Wadi Musa (alyakhor turkish bath) that serve both male and female clientele. A ... or Turkish bath). There are several hammams in Wadi Musa (alyakhor turkish bath) that serve both male and female clientele. A ... The Turkish bath, also known as a hammam, is the Middle Eastern variant of a steam bath. During the Ottoman Empire, Turkish ... The main route from Wadi Musa to Aqaba is overpriced for tourists! The same for the route from Amman to Wadi Musa. With the ...
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*  Musa Çağıran - Wikipedia
Musa Çağıran (born 17 November 1992) is a Turkish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Osmanlıspor. He has also made an ... Retrieved 3 February 2010 Statistics at TFF.org (in Turkish) Musa Çağıran - UEFA competition record. ... Between 2008 and 2015 Musa Çagiran made appearances for Turkey's U17s, U18s, U21s and B team. As of 31 May 2010 Duyuru : Musa ... After Karabukspor, Musa Çagiran signed a deal with Osmanlispor, where he still plays his football now. Whilst at Osmanlispor ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_%C3%87a%C4%9F%C4%B1ran
*  Musa Aydın - Wikipedia
Musa Aydin Facts". Guardian.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-04-15. Musa Aydın at the Turkish Football Federation. ... Musa Aydın (born 1 November 1980 in Samsun) is a former Turkish footballer. At the start of the 2009-10 season, he scored a ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Ayd%C4%B1n
*  Siege of Silistra - Wikipedia
Official Ottoman proclamations announced that the Turkish losses were 189 men. Musa Pasha, a Turkish commander, was among the ... The overall Turkish casualties are unknown, whereas the Russians lost 419 dead and 1783 wounded during the siege; however, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Silistra
*  Uzunlar - Wikipedia
Uzunlar is a Turkish surname. Notable people with the surname include: Musa Uzunlar, Turkish actor Servet Uzunlar, Australian ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uzunlar
*  Sulayman ibn Wahb - Wikipedia
... he forged ties with the powerful Turkish military, serving as secretary to the Turkish generals Musa ibn Bugha and Aytakh. ... appointed as vizier-by then an almost powerless office due to the internal turmoil and increasing domination of the Turkish ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulayman_ibn_Wahb
*  Kara Musa Pasha - Wikipedia
Kara Musa Pasha ("Musa Pasha the Courageous" in Turkish; Bosnian: Kara Musa Paša; also known as Kapıcıbaşı Musa Pasha; died ... During the Crete war campaign, after the death of the previous incumbent Koca Musa Pasha, Kara Musa Pasha received the title of ... Musa was born in the village of Vikoča in the vicinity of Foča, in the Sanjak of Bosnia. He was born to the family of ... In December 1647, Kara Musa Pasha was made the governor of Baghdad Eyalet. He held this post for just over a year until January ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kara_Musa_Pasha
*  Musa Mamut - Wikipedia
Musa Mamut'un oğlu toprağa verildi (in Turkish). ... Musa worked in a cotton warehouse and in 1957 he became a ... In April 1975 Musa came back to Crimea. He settled near Simferopol, in the village of Besh-Terek (Donske) where he bought a ... Musa was born on 20 February 1931 in Uzundza, Balaclava region, Crimea to a shepherd family. He had five brothers and two ... Musa Mamut (Russian and Crimean Tatar languages:Муса Мамут; 20 February 1931 - 23 June 1978) was a political activist who ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Mamut
*  ANZAC Mounted Division - Wikipedia
Plans were formed for a joint attack on Nebi Musa, but the Turkish defenders withdrew that night. Instead the 1st Light Horse ... By the evening of 8 November, all the Turkish positions on the Gaza-Beersheba line had been captured and the Turkish Army was ... part of the 7th Light Horse Regiment was attacked by Turkish infantry; but a Turkish speaking light horse officer convinced ... Sporadic firing continued all night but by 04:00 12 April the Turkish force had withdrawn. Turkish casualties were fifty-one ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANZAC_Mounted_Division
*  Textile Museum (Jakarta) - Wikipedia
The building was later sold to Abdul Aziz Al Mussawi al Musa Khadim, a Turkish consul for Batavia. In 1942, the building was ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textile_Museum_(Jakarta)
*  Büyük - Wikipedia
Turkish footballer Musa Büyük (born 1980), Turkish footballer Büyük Han, caravansarai in Cyprus Büyük Menderes River, river in ... Turkish version of Deal or No Deal Büyük Türkiye Partisi, short-lived Turkish political party in 1983 Büyük ada (disambiguation ... southwestern Turkey, the ancient river Meander Büyük Saat, clock tower in Turkey Büyük Düşler, fifth studio album of Turkish ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%BCy%C3%BCk
*  Sargis II Jaqeli - Wikipedia
In 1290s Asat Musa, leader of the Anatolian Turkish tribes, attacked Samtskhe. Beka Jaqeli appointed Sargis as commander of ... Sargis defeated Turkish troops and expelled them from Meskhetian lands. In 1306 after his father's death, Sargis ascended the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sargis_II_Jaqeli
*  Castle Plan - Wikipedia
Ayhan Çarkın Musa Anter Uğur Mumcu 1993 alleged Turkish military coup "1998 Report" (PDF). Ankara: Human Rights Foundation of ... The Castle Plan (Turkish: Kale Planı) was a Turkish government plan to widen the range of means used to fight the Kurdistan ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castle_Plan
*  Musa Herdem - Wikipedia
Kanas Musa' şehit düştü" ['Kanas Musa' Has Fallen a Martyr] (in Turkish). Rudaw. Retrieved 2 December 2017. Journeyman.tv - ... "Kobanê has bidden farewell to a legend: Hardem, also known as Musa the Sniper - Murat Bay". Sendika.Org (in Turkish). Retrieved ... Musa Herdem, also known as Musa the Sniper, was an Iranian Kurdish YPG fighter who gained significant media attention during ... Born in Rojhelat, Iran, Herdem spoke fluent Turkish as a result of a childhood spent smuggling to make a living. Herdem was ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Herdem
*  Ishaq ibn Kundaj - Wikipedia
In 878/9, along with other senior Turkish generals (Musa ibn Utamish, al-Fadl ibn Musa ibn Bugha, Yanghajur ibn Urkhuz) he ... ibn Musa ibn Zurarah of Arzen. The coalition prepared to strike against Ibn Kundaj, but the arrival of emissaries from Baghdad ... the powerful Turkish general who controlled Egypt, Syria and parts of the southeastern Jazira as well. Although nominally ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishaq_ibn_Kundaj
*  Musa Uzunlar - Wikipedia
Musa Uzunlar (born 22 April 1959 Antalya) is a Turkish actor. Musa Uzunlar acted as Reşat in the Turkish TV series named ... Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?. He played a lot of different roles in Turkish TV series and theaters. He now portrays the role of Bahri ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_Uzunlar
*  Vakıflı, Samandağ - Wikipedia
Armenian-Turkish relations The Forty Days of Musa Dagh Republic of Hatay Kesab Kalkan, Ersin (2005-07-31). "Türkiye'nin tek ... For 53 days they repelled attacks by Turkish troops until French sailors sighted a banner that the Armenians had tied to a tree ... It is home to a community of about 130 Turkish-Armenians. The local Western Armenian dialect is highly divergent and cannot be ... Located on the slopes of Musa Dagh in the Samandağ district of Hatay Province, the village overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vak%C4%B1fl%C4%B1,_Samanda%C4%9F
*  F&P Arhiv radio Svoboda i Svobodnaya Evropa
Kurdzhali Mayor Radim Musa said that Ivanov has threatened some Turkish mayors in the region and that his actions may cause ... Representatives of the largely ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms as well as mayors from the region of Kurdzhali ...
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*  Musa Büyük - Wikipedia
Musa Büyük (born May 22, 1980) is a Turkish retired footballer. He played as a winger. He played for Zeytinburnuspor (1996-2003 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_B%C3%BCy%C3%BCk
*  Nova Kasaba - Wikipedia
The first mention of this town can be traced back to the year of 1641, when a Kara Musa Pasha, Turkish Grand Vizier, asked for ... 7-16 September 1641) - Kara Musa-Pasha endowment 1053. (20-29 May 1643) The town is home to F.K. Jadar Football Team that is ... With this argument, Kara Musa-Pasha, was granted the building plan and settlement permit. The construction begun on 16 ... The town was settled around Musa-Paša Mosque (1643) which was proclaimed a National Monument in 1951. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nova_Kasaba
*  September 8 - Wikipedia
Musa Nizam, Turkish footballer 1990 - Jos Buttler, English cricketer 1991 - Ignacio González, Mexican footballer 1991 - Joe ... Turkish physician and politician, 5th Prime Minister of Turkey (d. 1942) 1884 - Théodore Pilette, Belgian race car driver (d. ... Turkish surgeon and politician (b. 1879) 1943 - Julius Fučík, Czech journalist (b. 1903) 1944 - Jan van Gilse, Dutch composer ... Turkish-American biologist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate 1947 - Valery Afanassiev, Russian pianist and conductor 1947 - ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_8
*  Anarchy at Samarra - Wikipedia
With Muhtadi's death and the ascension of al-Mu'tamid, the Turkish faction around Musa ibn Bugha, closely associated with ... Divisions within the Turkish military leadership enabled Musta'in to flee to Baghdad in 865 with the support of some Turkish ... The "anarchy" began in 861, with the murder of Caliph al-Mutawakkil by his Turkish guards. His successor, al-Muntasir, ruled ... ISBN 978-0-521-83823-8. Gordon, Matthew (2001). The breaking of a thousand swords: a history of the Turkish military of Samarra ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchy_at_Samarra