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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Sabri Çelebi went on the streets with a machete during the Gezi Park Protests in Istanbul in 2013 and attacked protesters. He injured a woman by kicking her and a policeman from his hand.
I would be happy for religion to be taught in the best way possible in schools, by the most compatible educators in the right way, instead of it being taught in a foolish way in homes and consumed away at dervish lodges.
Day and night, we are constantly on the streets because of our new movie shooting. People ask me, “What will happen to this country?” when they see me, with pessimism. They ask things like, “What do you think, what must we do with this psychology?”
Only four hours of our daily lives are really free time and 10 years ago, we spent, at most, one hour of it looking at a screen. According to research, today we spend almost all of it!
What happened to all those old Ramadan feasts? What happened to all the old celebration days in the neighborhoods? Actually, it is all still there. But what about you? Where are you?
A photo of opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu taken during a lunch break in the caravan during the “Justice March” was shared with the media.
I follow every article from every different political perspective, as well as discussions on social media and TV. But as a scriptwriter, the most interesting things for me to follow are the comments under articles.
An organic compote project that made it to the finals on a show on the state-run TRT called “Do you have an idea?” has caused commotion in the last couple of days.
That wretched, merciful, enduring, whiny Mother Nature saying, “Do not hurt me” is gone. Human beings have begun to wake up.
A few years ago in a conversation I was having in New York, a Turkish student said something I found resentful. “Istanbul has become full of Arabs; I no longer want to live there.”
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