It is unbelievable but I have only 12 days left here. I do not have any night duties any more and thus I can sleep more and there is less physical work to do. I will probably be more online by next week. Last weekend there was the Victory Day celebrations and we were not allowed to go out. So actually we were sad in a "celebration". It was an all formal stuff. Who would attend a ceremony on Sunday morning except the local political and administrative figures? The good thing: I was filming the ceremony and in the end, at the reception in our station, I could listen to the discussion between the district governor, our lieutenant, prosecutor, district attorney and district head of education. Prosecutor narrated an anti-EU joke, governor and education chief opposed and the lieutenant stayed neutral. That was a good representative moment for the Turkish politics. Who stays where in relation to EU politics…
Just how are Iron Maiden being connected with the Islamic month of fasting? Find out here!
A man in an Iron Maiden t-shirt standing with his arm around an elderly man of Islamic origin has been used for a poster-campaign to promote Ramadan in Turkey.The motto that accompanies the picture contains the words ‘It’s good to share’. Blabbermouth have the pictures of the campaign.
ANOTHER GOOD MOVE, WITHOUT GREAT EXPECTATIONS FOR THE MOMENT-
The agreement does not touch on when or how some of their more intractable disputes would be addressed, namely the Armenian genocide.****
I WAS MEANING TO WRITE A FEW WORDS ON THE "KURDISH OPENING" BUT I CANNOT HAVE TIME. MAYBE NEXT WEEK.
Mavi Boncuk |Cartoon by Salih Memecan
– c’mon one to the left one to the right
– who to the left? who to the right?
– oh dear what difference does it make.