10 Misconceptions About Turkey

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Reşat Ören

Reşat Ören

Күн бұрын

I can't believe how many misconceptions there are about Turkey. I always thought that some things were obvious but apparently it's not like I thought. In this video I will show you the most common 10 misconceptions about Turkey in general, the Turkish culture and the Turkish language that I've heard of.
A lot of people around the world have been wanting to learn Turkish because of Turkish TV series.
In this video I am explaining the key elements of the structure of Turkish, how it is used and what the main similarities and differences between Turkish and English (and other European languages) are. If you are a beginner and want to start learning English and don't know where to start, I'll show how to learn Turkish fast by firstly understanding the language culture and structure. Since Turkish is an agglutinative language, people struggle thinking in Turkish and therefore might learn the grammar because it is rather easy but the usage in everyday conversation can be quite different.
You can watch this video with both English and Turkish subtitles!
Bu videoyu İngilizce ve Türkçe altyazılarla izleyebilirsiniz!
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Reşat Ören
Reşat Ören Жыл бұрын
10:41 headscarves* Hope you guys don't hate me for that mistake :D
13rownie Жыл бұрын
Kadınlara seçme ve seçilme hakkını ilk veren ülkelerden birisine, günümüzdeki bu izlenim çok üzücü ve düşündürücü. Düşmanının bile saygısını almış bir ülkeden nerelere geldik.. Dinin ne kadar tehlikeli olduğunu tekrar hatırlattığın için sana da teşekkürler Uzun Hırsız
tradded Жыл бұрын
Ghost Ghost! 1 - First Mistake, Sharing information with this ignorance
B.E. Жыл бұрын
I think you also mistook burqa with niqab. Burqa is the cloth that covers 100% of your body including your eyes and its the cloth that women in afghanistan wear. I've never seen even 1 person wearing burqa in turkey. I think what you meant is niqab: aka the black cloth that covers big part of your body except eyes. It's very rare in Turkey again but yes,there are some women wearing that
Indriyani Жыл бұрын
@B.E. i lived in istanbul and honestly i saw some women wearing burqa in fatih area
Toby • 토비 • 托比
Toby • 토비 • 托比 Жыл бұрын
The video that everyone needs too see, there are so many misconceptions about Turkey and its beautiful culture, people and scenery.
OnlyForScience Жыл бұрын
The majority of them can't embody there properly. In a nutshell I meant everything isn't right as people consider.
Sheilah Miller
Sheilah Miller Жыл бұрын
Love this video. When I said I was learning Turkish and planning in visiting Turkey..... tons of attitude and misperceptions from people. I am the type of person who likes to learn so I started looking at the culture, food, geography etc. As far as Turkey being an Arabic country, I know it's not, but people I have talked to keep asking why I want to go to a middle eastern country where women are oppressed. UGH! I correct them but they don't care. Many Americans unless they travel or research things are just ignorant about other places. I'm sharing this because it echos what I've been telling them.
Ann P
Ann P Жыл бұрын
I experienced a lot of the same misconceptions as an American planning to visit Turkey. Especially from older men. The people who were most excited for me to visit Turkey were my Croatian-American community, but most of us have at least traveled to Croatia before. Discussing world travel with people who have never left our country or have maybe only left on a cruise ship is super annoying.
Sheilah Miller
Sheilah Miller Жыл бұрын
@Ann P agree. I bet they'll enjoy the stories when I come back.
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
@Sheilah Miller Hey Sheilah, I want you to know that 90% of these prejudices are wrong. The only truth is that politics should not be discussed outside.And the KZbinr friend in this video said something wrong. It is not true that 98% of our country's population is Muslim. According to a study in 2020, 89% of Turkey's population is Muslim. But even this ratio is not correct. There are too many irreligious people in our country. The number of people who are atheists, deists, agnostics, Christians and shamans is not small. But people here usually do not say they are irreligious. That's why it seems as if there are many Muslims in our country. If you visit our country, make sure it will be safe. I live in istanbul. Istanbul is one of the largest metropolises in Turkey and the world. If you visit our country, I definitely recommend you to visit Istanbul. Then visit these cities of Antalya, Eskişehir, İzmir, Mardin. If you come to Istanbul, I would like to meet you and have a coffee. 😄
Lycanrocknroll Жыл бұрын
You are absolutely right about your first point. I'm sick and tired of people, especially movie producers blasting Arabic music in the background whenever they show scenes from Turkey. It's like showing Italy and playing Indonesian music in the background.
Hacı Osman Koyudemir
Hacı Osman Koyudemir Жыл бұрын
Ülkecek kendimizi düzgün ifade edemediğimizin farkına vardım. Birkaç yanılgıyı biliyordum ama yine bilmediklerim varmış. Güzel bir video olmuş teşekkürler.
13rownie Жыл бұрын
Her şeyi anlarım da burka nedir arkadaş? Hayatımda hiç duymadığım bir şey ve ailem çok dindar birisidir, araştırdığımda şok oldum.
Adem Yilmaz
Adem Yilmaz Жыл бұрын
@13rownie ne yani sizin oralarda hiç peçe takan görmedinmi 😂😂 saçmalama lütfen
13rownie Жыл бұрын
@Adem Yilmaz En fazla türban, eşarp falan takarlar
Adem Yilmaz
Adem Yilmaz Жыл бұрын
@13rownie anladım Konya’da çoğu kadında ferace abaya olurda ve hatta baya peçelide var konya sokaklarında insan gezerken gururlanıyor
13rownie Жыл бұрын
@Adem Yilmaz Mülteci olup kendisini Türk sananlardan olduğuna yemin edebilirim ama kanıtlayamam :D
Bianca Boiano
Bianca Boiano Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this video!! I've visited Turkey numerous times and I love the culture and people there. There's SO many misconceptions about what Turkey is like. I plan on moving in January and all my American friends keep telling me I'm dumb because my rights as a women are going to be taken away and that they'll force me to wear a hijab. So ignorant of them! I can't wait to send them this video to debunk some of their misconceptions.
hippiekinniefrfr Жыл бұрын
OMG that’s wonderful Bianca I live in Turkey too! May I ask you which city you’re going to move to?
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
🤣🤣 Will they be forced to wear a hijab? This is funny. People like to talk about things they don't know. If you come to our country again, I live in Istanbul. I would like to meet you and have a coffee. I love foreign cultures and languages.
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
@kadircan yıldıran knk umarım dediğin gibi olur. Ama biraz zor be artık düzelmemiz
Alexandra Vasileva
Alexandra Vasileva Жыл бұрын
Thanks for all your videos about Turkey. I'm glad that I found you. Şimdi ben Türkçe öğreniyorum and your videos are very useful. I hope some day i could finally speak in Turkish. I'm glad that in Bulgarian language we use a lot Turkish words so it makes it easier...but the Grammer ...damn it's hard 😁 greetings from Bulgaria ❤️
Evvie Dawson
Evvie Dawson Жыл бұрын
Greetings from Turkey to Bulgaria! Türk'ler Bulgaristan kökenli insanları çok sever ve bir gün bende gelip Bulgaristan'ı görmek istiyorum! Umarım gerçekleşir :)
Szilveszter Cseke
Szilveszter Cseke 8 ай бұрын
Resat, an idea to clear people´s confusion with Turks and Arabs: You could make a short video about the origins of Turks and Turkic languages. I guess most people don´t know that they originated in the Altai region and that most of your linguistic (and ethnic) relatives live in Central-Asia. Such information would also add a lot to your channel and to people´s knowledge, I think. I personally am always interested in the history and the background of cultures.
They Go As They Come
They Go As They Come Жыл бұрын
Turkey Women's Rights :1930 Spain Woman's Rights : 1931 France Women's Rights : 1945 Japan Woman's Rights : 1945 South Korea Woman's Rights : 1948 Belgium Woman's Rights : 1948 China Woman's Rights : 1949 Greece Woman's Rights : 1952
Tapion Capone
Tapion Capone Жыл бұрын
Turkey 2020 : 474 women murdered by their husbands
Burak Жыл бұрын
​@Tapion Capone You're not wrong but Turkey's femicide rate lower than big countries such as United States and Russia.
Tapion Capone
Tapion Capone Жыл бұрын
@Burak that doesn't make it any better, and with the journalists and political prisoners turkey is also top player worldwide
Sluchy Жыл бұрын
@Tapion Capone Don't intervene in Turkey, and Turkish polices if ur not from Turkey, it is none of your business.
Mehmet Utkan Yılmaz
Mehmet Utkan Yılmaz Жыл бұрын
A fair number of misconceptions people have about turkey are mostly based on the religion that the majority of Turkey's population believes in. I'm glad that you attempted to prevent this misleading view that people have of Turkey.
Vaguely Vagrant
Vaguely Vagrant Жыл бұрын
My experience in Turkey is that maybe people don't always speak 100% grammatically correct English, but (maybe because of the many different sounds in Turkish) their accent is usually 100 times better (and so easier to understand) than most Europeans who try to speak English (especially from the Latin and Slavic countries).
marie acosta
marie acosta Жыл бұрын
Don’t waste your breath talking about politics in the US either. We’re very similarly situated to Turkey in that regard. I watched a Turkish series in january, started studying turkish in february, spent two weeks in turkey in september, and now i’m just waiting to return. Turkey is a beautiful country, the food is FANTASTIC, the people i interacted with were lovely, and surprised that i could say anything in turkish (although my grammar was DEFİNİTELY not perfect) and i loved being there. I would recommend it as a vacation destination to any and everyone - although taking a bit of interest in the language and culture made it 100% better for me. People would say in English “welcome” and i would stubbornly respond “HOŞ BULDUM” 😆
GavKim Burnhams
GavKim Burnhams Жыл бұрын
I'm South African and have fallen in love with the Turkish culture. I'm learning to speak Turkish and hope to visit there one day. Whenever I serve a meal or see someone with food, I tell them "afiyet olsun"; my teenage son responds with "teşekkür ederim" Baby steps 😅
Ankela M
Ankela M Жыл бұрын
Love Turkey! Been watching turkish series for so many years now, I feel like I live there, hope some day I will visit...
Nothing Жыл бұрын
Whats your favorite series
Thank you ❤❤❤❤❤😙😙😙
esranur_kiran Жыл бұрын
I hope you have a great time in our country!💕
Katie Daniels
Katie Daniels 13 күн бұрын
My first encounter with a Turkish person was when I was travelling with my Mom around Europe. It left a big impression on me as I had never met such a gentleman in my life! He was very polite, respectful, well spoken, and kind. Not pretentious, totally genuine. We only talked for a short time but every time I think of Turkey, I recall how noble this man was. .
Mesut 5 ай бұрын
As a Turkish citizen, I would like to thank you Resat, I think you explained each misconception very well. But I think Turkish people have ability to speak English but we only studied English grammar when I was a student. I think this was the biggest problem.
Güzel Sooso
Güzel Sooso Жыл бұрын
I visited Turkey 🇹🇷a number of times, my favourite country, its amazing, I feel its a heaven on earth . Waiting for the summer holidays inshaallah, coming soon 😍❤
marcia bettger
marcia bettger Жыл бұрын
I have not been to Turkey, and I love it. I can't wait to visit this amazing country.
paradise R
paradise R Жыл бұрын
We really need more people teaching turkish on youtube , specially the grammar , as a Persian i think Turkish is easy to learn if you have a good teacher
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗 Жыл бұрын
Abi Şu 2. Söylediğin Şeyi Hoparlör Olsa da Tüm Pakistanlılara dinletsem . Baş Örtüsüz birine Sen Türk değilsin diyorlar cahillik +10000
Bulutolsam Жыл бұрын
Bunu izleseler kalpten giderler😂😂😂 Bu kadar diziler falan var, türk oyuncuları instagramda görüyolar nasıl böyle bi düşünceye sahip olabiliyolar anlamıyorum 😯
irem Gönen
irem Gönen Жыл бұрын
@jane aynen ya kdkdmdmdmmskfkdnddn
Sarah Noor
Sarah Noor Жыл бұрын
@Bulutolsam no we don't think that way xdxdxd wrong information 😂😂
E A Жыл бұрын
I am half Polish half Turkish! Funny that people think there is desert and Camel in Turkey 🇹🇷 But funny is that no body know that actually in Poland we do have desert and you can rent horse to ride ! Poland is the only country in Europe to have desert! I love Turkey 🇹🇷
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
Reaally? I can't believe that there can be a desert in Poland right now. 😂
irem Gönen
irem Gönen Жыл бұрын
Wtf really?!?!? 😅😅😂😂
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
@irem Gönen bana mı dedin
Where am I??? No literally where am I?
Where am I??? No literally where am I? Жыл бұрын
No way!! I have half polish and half Turkish too! That’s crazy
Aniela Aslı Güner
Aniela Aslı Güner Жыл бұрын
I am half Polish half Turkish too😄That’s amazing. I didn’t know that Poland had a desert!
Mike Coxlonge
Mike Coxlonge Жыл бұрын
Turkey's muslim population is not %98, wikipedia says its %82 but as a citizen i think its lower than this.
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
Yes it is..
Yes true
jane Жыл бұрын
@Utkucan B kanka sanmam ya elli yıl çok az
Nicolas Brown
Nicolas Brown Жыл бұрын
@jane 50-60 yıla rahat değişir bu arada. İstemeseler bile değişir.
Scarlet Lin
Scarlet Lin Жыл бұрын
Agree with most of these. Some comments 1. The ramadan thing: Most of the population is Muslim and observe ramadan, so as a foreigner it would be good to be respectful of that if you do find yourself in Turkey in the month. Not saying you should starve in case you offend someone, just not eat publicly in areas where you dont see people eating around you, and choose more touristy areas to do so, or privately in your rooms. 2. Regarding polygamy legally it may not be allowed but the incidence has increased with the influx of refugees. Lots of refugee women become additional wives to turkish men in marriages not officiated by law but in mosques. In most cases this is exploitative of vulnerable women who dont have anyone to support them and authorities kinda look the other way and let it go on. Its a very specific issue in countries hosting refugees or illegal migrants. 3. English proficiency is good in touristy areas so you will be fine visiting as a tourist, but if planning to migrate and live in Turkey then learning the language would be needed since you would be dealing with daily life situations in residential areas. 4. Differentiating yourself from Arabs is not being hateful to Arabs its just being factual. Like An Italian wouldnt want to called French just because they are white, their ethnicities and historical origins are different. Thanks for the video!!
Stefano Movilli
Stefano Movilli Жыл бұрын
Well, although we Italians have a sort of love/hate relationship with our French cousins, at least we have common Latin ancestry and linguistic roots. Turks and Arabs are simply not related, more like Italians and Hungarians.
mistalion1 Жыл бұрын
​@Stefano Movilli the closest root for Turks is Hungarians with their kypchak roots, I telll you as a Philolog. Our language forms are mostly the same also with many old loan vocabulary. Both are agglitinative languages from Uraic Altaic families. Also believe me Arabs have more bounds with Italians and Spaniards more than Turks loves👋
Stefano Movilli
Stefano Movilli Жыл бұрын
@mistalion1 My example was not casual, just for that reason :) Anyhow, Arabs did have an important role in Spanish history. In Italy, not that much. They ruled Sicily for about a century, then the Normans chased them away in the 11th century, that’s about all. Basically Southern Italy is more like Romanized Greece, while Northern Italy is more like Romanized Celts/Gauls or Etruscans.
mistalion1 Жыл бұрын
@Stefano Movilli I agree with and I actually didnt mean to be mean to answer your comment. of course I love all culters Italian ,Arabic, Spanish, Greek, Tukish or whatever. I just wanted to stand prejudices or misconceptions with the real aspects
Scarlet Lin
Scarlet Lin Жыл бұрын
@Stefano Movilli Thank you for your comment. I shouldve used a better example, obviously I need to brush up on European ancestry :)
Sarah Westerveld
Sarah Westerveld 6 ай бұрын
Great video! Thanks for teaching me! I’ve met many Turkish friends through my work as Dutch teacher at my local library. 😀
gwho Жыл бұрын
This makes me want to visit turkey. It really seems like the geographic intermediate. Secularr but Islamic culturally.
Lynn Schneider
Lynn Schneider 8 ай бұрын
I enjoyed this video so much as well as all your language learning videos as I'm loving learning the Turkish language. I love learning about the culture, too. My question is that I've heard that it's dangerous to travel in Turkey. Is this true? My dream is to visit Turkey. Thank you so much!!
Theodor Adorno
Theodor Adorno 5 ай бұрын
Don't worry, safety. If you use a taxi,(not all) check the route navigation.
Ghazaal Bahmanp
Ghazaal Bahmanp 6 ай бұрын
Hi, thank you for the information. About speaking English, I was at Istanbul Airport about a week ago and the guys at the passport check couldn't speak English and I was asked if I could speak Turkish. I can speak Turkish very little so there was a big problem for me.
Gamze Uğur
Gamze Uğur Жыл бұрын
Thank you Resad!! It was so fun to watch. You also give quite important information for the people who don’t have any idea about our country!! Teşekkürler ! 🙏 İyi ki varsın!!🌼✌🏼
hulahula hulihuli
hulahula hulihuli Жыл бұрын
i think it's kinda sad tho. i am from czech republic and when i first visited turkey, i expected to see crazy country, based on what people think about turkey in cz, maybe generally in europe. all my life i heard from czechs only that in turkey women has no right, men are aggressive, etc. after actually coming to turkey, i was very surprised how's it possible people can think that. i love turkish people and culture, everyone is super cute and friendly here.
hermannhesse41 9 ай бұрын
Omg! How ignorant are they? We have had all kinds of rights since 1919. It was also formalized in 1926 and 1930. At the time, women in Europe were fighting for their rights. Even in the war of independence in 1919, great Ataturk said that women could not be slaves in the palace but soldiers at the front, and he appointed dozens of women commanders. In other words, he directed the war with women. So people need to know history in order to make arrogant comments about a country 🥴 Czech Republic is not a country far away from us tho. I was just surprised at this level of ignorance. Accordingly, it is like calling Britain a fundamentalist country because the conservative party rules the UK 😬😄 I'm glad you weren't disappointed. Remind them that they are biased.
Mebrure Yazici
Mebrure Yazici Жыл бұрын
I don't know other cities that much. But in İstanbul there are about 20 sinagogues. Furthermore in Kuzguncuk which is a district in Üsküdar Town you can see a mosque, a church and a sinogogue side by side. You can hear no Muslim call to prayer in any western country if you are outside the mosque. But you can hear church bells as well as ezan (Muslim call to prayer) in Turkey. Everybody is free to perform his/her own belief. Turkey has many wonders to find out. Never mind the myths, come and see for yourself
buggiej Жыл бұрын
Hi more turkish lessons please. The lessons that you posted previously were really helpful. Teşekkür ederim.
ettore mariani
ettore mariani Жыл бұрын
I start to work for a Turkish company located in Konya. I am getting more and more confident with my colleagues and I would LOVE to speak Turkish with them. Let’s see …. I start to follow your channel to be updated and maybe to learn a decent Turkish. Anyhow thanks a lot for your lovely videos
Cherished Owl
Cherished Owl Жыл бұрын
I agree with your statement “ Keep politics out of the picture “ . I would say this applies to EVERY country. We just need to Let It Go . 🐼🐨🐼 An just enjoy the Vistas. 🍀
Ako’ysiayvantot Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this information about turkey. I had this misconceptions for over a year that give me hesitation to visit turkey. From what you’ve mentioned, turkey gives me impression like the Philippines they are democratic but turkey is more modernize than the Philippines. Same as here in the Philippines don’t bring up in a conversation about politics it will end up to nothing.
Victor Santiago
Victor Santiago Жыл бұрын
Very interesting and well-explained video! I’m traveling next week to Istambul and it is during Ramadan so you relief me! By the way, any recomendations on Istambul, appart from the well-known touristic places?
OnlyForScience Жыл бұрын
Keep it up! What a nice video that is which I watched again! Actually, You did your best as always. You upload new videos frequently and that made me ecstatic because that had been compulsory studying overseas and your videos absolutely assist me to improve my English. I appreciate it at all.
Betül Жыл бұрын
Abi sen anlatırken Mustafa Kemal Atatürk'e bir kez daha teşekkür ettim. Alfabe değişikliği, laik bir devlet ve daha birçok şeyi ona borçluyuz. Teşekkürler Atam ❤️🇹🇷
jane Жыл бұрын
listedeki birçok şeyi ona borçluyuz
Cibi Жыл бұрын
Ghost! wtf
Cibi Жыл бұрын
Ghost! If Atatürk and his friends didn’t saved Turkey we literally would’ve be colonized by England or France or both. What are you talking about go read some history books.
Meka chan5
Meka chan5 Жыл бұрын
I just came to Turkey two months ago and I’m struggling with the language so much cuz people don’t really speak English, but maybe it’s because I’m currently in a smaller city (for college), trying to learn Turkish tho, great video, could you please make a video about advices for people whom r trying to learn Turkish depending on their first language? For example Arab people may approach learning Turkish in a deferent way compared to English native speakers and so on, I would like to see a video about that
precy ann sanchez
precy ann sanchez Жыл бұрын
As a Pilipino and a fan of turkish tv series and movies .Your channel is very educated.Thank you
Salma El Bassoussy
Salma El Bassoussy Жыл бұрын
Hi Reşat, I came across your channel and this video which I believe is interesting. Just to clarify a misconception about Egypt in your video as you referred to Egypt as an example when you were talking about the “camels misconception” stating that Turkey is not like you’re in Egypt where you can find camels everywhere which a common and wrong misconception about Egypt. Actually there are no camels in Egypt and you will never find camels while walking in the streets. You can see only see camels in touristic areas and maybe only in the Pyramids where you can ride a camel for a trip. Just clarifying a misconception that a lot of people have about Egypt. Also, another comment which I believe is irrelevant to Egypt on the misconception that women are forced to wear hijab in Arab countries and do not have any rights which is totally not true. Women are not forced to wear hijab and have rights similar to those given to men (except for common discrimination that you talked about in your video). I am not speaking in the name of Arabs or defending any point of view as I am Egyptian and we, Egyptians, do not consider ourselves Arabs although a lot of people believes so for political reasons…etc. just clarifying.
muratbura19 Жыл бұрын
Born and raised in Germany 🇩🇪, 2 Turkish parents but speaks perfect English. (I realize you when to college in U.S. but it is still such a good English accent) (The other languages you speak are amazing too)
Ja Woo
Ja Woo Жыл бұрын
Great vid. Finally a straightforward and concise video on this subject.
Fidel Ernesto Vargas Rodríguez
Fidel Ernesto Vargas Rodríguez Жыл бұрын
Merhaba Resat! Thank you for clarifying all these myths about Turkey!
M N Жыл бұрын
OKAY, I'm going to be a bit controversial now (not disrespectful, just to clarify!): 1. We've been in Turkey a few years ago and got into a bit of a situation with a flight cancellation and booking because no official staff in the international airport could easily understand enough English to help us; we ran around for 30 min and managed to find another passenger who knew both Turkish and English to help us solve the issue. But then, it was several years ago, I assume by now some sort of English requirement is in place for staff. 2. He's correct about Turkey not having any desert; the definition of a desert is a place with less than 250mm rainfall; the closest experience to a desert is near Konya with 300mm precipitation annually. 3. I think somewhere in the video he said that 90% of the population of Turkey live in cities: not correct; the actual stat is 65% or slightly more. Most places are semi-rural/ semi-urban by the standards of many populated countries. However, the rural areas are hands-down the absolute best places to visit; nature is ridiculously beautiful and people are so hospitable and welcoming. 4. Umm, the most controversial one: polygamy is not legal in Turkey (it's not officially recognised), but after the influx of Syrian refugees, an estimate of 5000 to 10,000 Turkish men married to Syrian refugee women as their second wives!! ironically, many of these men are not even strictly religious! These women are often in bad financial situations and their marriages are not recognised officially in Turkey so it means they are at the mercy of these men. That said, if you can only afford to go to one country before you die, it should DEFINITELY be Turkey. Can't wait to go there again after this whole pandemic mess we are all in.
Duygu IŞIK
Duygu IŞIK Жыл бұрын
1. It could be correct. I cannot comment about that. It's your experience. 2. This one is not controversial. 3. He didn't say that 90% of people lives in cities. The 90% thing is the modern parts of Turkey. Villages can be modern too. 4. Polygamy is not legal in Turkey as Resh said. End of discussion. The fact that there are men who marry more than one woman is not an evidence for legal polygamy, actually, as you said. Those kind of marriages are not legal. Those people are not married by law. They are doing religious wedding which is not recognized by government. I don't know how many different ways I can say it. Actually before Syrian move, I did not hear any men marry twice as you pointed out. So it's not Turkish culture. Turkey Republic's population is 80 million. You're saying 5-10 thousand men married twice or more. So that's not a culture obviously, at least for Turks. I don't know where did you get the stats, but please give us the stats that how many Turkish woman accepts polygamous marriage. You cannot say It's legal in Turkey for the thing is done by less than 0.1 percent of the society, especially when it's not recognized by the government. This increase in multiple religious marriages after Syrian immigration and its reasons are whole different issue.
M N Жыл бұрын
@Duygu IŞIK Good to hear your points, but please do read my comment again; I have NOT mentioned anywhere in my comment that polygamy is legal. Your argument is based on this misreading that I have said it is legal, e.g., you said ("You cannot say It's legal in Turkey for the thing is done by less than 0.1 percent of the society, .."), while anyone who can read my comments carefully will notice that, clearly, I have mentioned several times that I know it is not legal. I understand this is a sensitive topic but we need to be unbiased when arguing against someone's comment. My point on the discussion was, even though it is not legal, there are cases; so it does exist. The fact that there are relatively few people who engage in this act, does not in and of itself mean that it is insignificant. This is because the rights of those women are not recognised, so such men should either refrain from marrying those women when they know their country does not recognise the legal status of such women or at least get married to them in another country where their marriages are recognised; this way at least WOMEN do not get exploited. This is an argument for women, not against them. You also said: ("So it's not Turkish culture. ") while I did not say it is a Turkish culture, anywhere in my comment. But remember that, 'culture' is a relative and subjective term rather than an absolute one. So even if some ethnic-and linguistic-Turks in a small region would like to self-identify themselves as being 'culturally polygamous', you and I cannot prove or disprove it here. Therefore, while I know and understand that it is NOT a cultural phenomenon at large-scale, for those men (and women) it could be their norm or culture. You also get agitated at my comment by saying: ("I don't know how many different ways I can say it. "). No need to say it many times and no need for being so defensive. My comment is NOT an attack on you, Turks, Turkish culture, or even Turkey as a country. We are discussing issues here. In fact, in my comment, I have recommended everyone to go to Turkey at least once before they die and have commented about people's hospitality. You may check the multiple reports by Hürriyet, euractive, the Guardian, etc. In fact, Al-Monitor reports that 187,000 women in Turkey are co-wives. They also interviewed a modern woman in Istanbul with an MBA university degree that allowed her husband to get married again because she did not like the idea of having a child. She has stayed in the family and she is OK with it. There is another interview with a yoga and dance instructor who was happy to be a co-wife. I am not here to discuss whether it is good or bad, just to mention that, it exists. Turkey is a large country.
Zeynep Ozturk
Zeynep Ozturk Жыл бұрын
@Duygu IŞIK I kinda agree w/ what you say but to be honest arrangment of religious mariages with Syrian women even around central & central western Anatolia is becoming a problem you can even see many victims(!) Scammed by Syrian women on Tv lol. Having young girls as second -illegal- wives for a few thousand dolar can be seen in rural parts of the cities like Kütahya for example. Im not even gonna mention about the cities neighbouring Syria. But one thing I need to clarify about the 1st comment is ; although not all ppl who have multiple wives are religious what justifies them as so called marriage is religion itself as they are basically "getting married" before an imam.
Mlk Жыл бұрын
@Zeynep Ozturk Not only that but in general young refugee women are being forced to arrange marriages by their own families. I've seen a 15 year old syrian child married to a 30 year old syrian man and she had 3 children, can you believe that? And they were married illegally since it's not legal to get married before the age of 18 according to Turkish common law but I learned that it is legal in syria. Unfortunately, this is their culture and it's a serious problem.
Aiden Ай бұрын
I am from the Turkish country of Azerbaijan, and I have to say that for some reason whenever people ask me where Azerbaijan is, and say the middle east, they always ask me about the heat and other geographical questions that relate more the North Africa…🤦‍♂️
Doga Karalae
Doga Karalae Жыл бұрын
ben bu önyargıları anlamıyorum hepimiz google sahibiz diye düşünüyorum bence kendimiz her şeyi araştırıp öğrenebiliriz kulaktan duyulan şeylere kesinlikle doğru diyemeyiz bence bu biraz genel kültür ve araştırma ile ilgisi var ve video çok güzel olmuş severek takip ediyoruz sizi.
Erol Yerlikaya
Erol Yerlikaya Жыл бұрын
02:06 Abi %98 değil. Müslümanlık oranı yaklaşık %82'e yakın. It's not exactly 98 percent, bro. The Muslim population is nearly 82 percent.
almeida Жыл бұрын
Kimlikte müslüman yazan ama gerçekte müslüman olmayan bir sürü insan var. Bunu bi anlasalar
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
@almeida yeni kimliklerde dini yazmıyor sanırsam. En mutlu olduğum olay. Dininin yazması aşırı gereksiz bir ayrıntı çünkü.
Denizmundo💛💙 Жыл бұрын
bende tam bunu yazacaktım gerek kalmadı yazan birileri olmuş
pelin Жыл бұрын
doğar doğmaz dinini yazmak aşırı saçma bir şey ya bebek daha o
Haider Al Zubaidi - Iraqi American World Traveler
Haider Al Zubaidi - Iraqi American World Traveler Жыл бұрын
Turkey is a great country, I love it, and it’s definitely a beautiful combination of both European and Middle Eastern cultures, and it’s even nicer than many Europeans countries I’ve visited, but unfortunately the way you presented your episode gave a feeling that Turkish people have an inferior look toward the middle eastern countries, as if the Middle East is some horrible backward region! Both European and middle eastern cultures have its own beauties, and yet what makes Turkey an outstandingly beautiful country is that cultural mix! If Turkey was just another purely European country like Greece or Bulgaria or Romania, it wouldn’t have been as awesome as it is right now! 😊
atsusmu Жыл бұрын
bu kadar güzel anlatılamazdı
thank you for this informative and objektive video. I really liked this video. well done!
Lorena Жыл бұрын
Hola hace poc6te descubrí, me encanta tu canal, seguí hablando de Turquía y su cultura e idioma, 😍 lütfen 🙆🏻‍♀️😍🤭
13rownie Жыл бұрын
Kadınlara seçme ve seçilme hakkını ilk veren ülkelerden birisine, günümüzdeki bu izlenim çok üzücü ve düşündürücü. Düşmanının bile saygısını almış bir ülkeden nerelere geldik.. Dinin ne kadar tehlikeli olduğunu tekrar hatırlattığın için sana da teşekkürler Uzun Hırsız
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
Büşra Жыл бұрын
Bu yorum çok doğru. 😂👍🏻
Furkan n
Furkan n Жыл бұрын
i really like this video. i mean there is lot of myhts in here and you explain them very casually. thank you resat for this video!!
Lisa Herger
Lisa Herger Жыл бұрын
Thanks for this interesting video! How would it be different, if at all, as a woman traveling alone inTurkey in comparison to traveling alone in Europe?
Plütonlu Destina
Plütonlu Destina 9 ай бұрын
4:08 Fun fact: The only place in Turkey that has the feature of being a desert is The Karapınar Desert in Konya. Only 42 thousand people lives in there.
Lias Bücherwelt
Lias Bücherwelt Жыл бұрын
Edjucative and interesting as well! I like this one. :-)
Caleb George
Caleb George Жыл бұрын
Thank u for this . Definitely have to admit I had some misconceptions about Turkey hahaha
kürsad Жыл бұрын
2:00 In fact, Turkey is no longer a country that is 98% Muslim. This rate has dropped to around 85%. In addition, although there are mosques everywhere, only 20% of Muslims practice their religion. In fact, the understanding of Islam in Turkey is quite different compared to other countries. Turks live their lives like deists and even many of them have a philosophical worldview in this direction, but they call themselves Muslims. If you come to Turkey, do not be surprised if you encounter many people who drink alcohol, do not fast, do not pray or do not believe in the commandments of Islam.
züleyha ceylan
züleyha ceylan Жыл бұрын
What an exaggeration, %20 🤣🤣🤣🤣 I guess we live in different countries
kürsad Жыл бұрын
@züleyha ceylan bu konuda yapılmış bir sürü araştırma var gayet bakabilirsin tüm Türkiye'yi kendin ve çevren gibi düşünme. Ben yine iyimser konuştum. Peygambere meleklere inanıyor musun gibi sorulara yüzde yetmiş civarlarında evet çıkıyor (birçoğu da kendine Müslüman der ama inanmıyor inandığını sanıyor). İbadetlerini de düzenli yerine getiren insan oranı yüzde yirmilerde.
züleyha ceylan
züleyha ceylan Жыл бұрын
@kürsad ibadetini düzgün yerine getirmeye ler deist olmuyor, dediğim şeyi tekrar ettiğin için sağol
nightmare Жыл бұрын
@züleyha ceylan bence arkadaş gayet haklı ülkemizde insanlar dininden bir haber, sadece sözde müslüman bir ülkemiz var aynı başımızdakilerin de böyle olduğu gibi...
Nikolaos Papadakis
Nikolaos Papadakis 6 ай бұрын
Like your show a lot. Fortunately the Turks are still traditional, religious and respectful to elders for the most part and not decadent like most europeans
You been drinkin', God?
You been drinkin', God? Жыл бұрын
I thought places like Cappadocia and such are kind of a high desert? It seems dry and rocky in some places.
Selden Deemer
Selden Deemer 3 ай бұрын
I am coming late to this, but it is 100% on target. Last year I spent 2 weeks in Galata/Beyoğlu. When I returned to the USA, someone asked me if I had seen any camels.... People here are just as bad about politics. I try to avoid political discussions wherever I am.
pınar özen
pınar özen Жыл бұрын
Turks hate when people think Turkey is an Arabic country. It's really the same for some other countries like Iran. Because my mother is from İran a lot of my friends ask me if I can speak Arabic or not. I hate that question. It's so tragedic that 90% of Turkish people don't know the mother language is Persian in their neighbor country.
𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐱𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫 🇹🇷
𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐱𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫 🇹🇷 9 ай бұрын
Benim İranlı arkadaşım var, ve ben iranlıların pars olduğunu çok iyi biliyorum, çünkü tarihle çok yakından ilgilenirim, ama ben arkadaşımla bazenleri ala ederim, ya da sinirlendirmek için şaka yaparım arapça ögretsana diye! 😂😂😂
paula oliveira
paula oliveira Жыл бұрын
Ok eu percebi isso tudo, só não compreendo porquê ainda haja censura porque cada vez fico mais desanimada com os cancelamentos das séries que estão a ter sucesso e simplesmente deitam dinheiro ao lixo porque são canceladas sem um fim, é triste 😓
beyza Жыл бұрын
Which series
paula oliveira
paula oliveira Жыл бұрын
@beyza Bay yanlis por exemplo Erkenci kus um final apressado, não pode ter beijo mas violência é á vontade 😌
beyza Жыл бұрын
@paula oliveira i think this is normal. some scenes are too ridiculous. ( İ don't know did I get it what you wrote but summer series are summer series don't think about it too much they have all the similar stories:))
Vedat Kılıç
Vedat Kılıç Жыл бұрын
Harika olmuş. Keske bu videonu biraz görüntülerle de besleseydin. Herifler gerçekten bunlara inanıyor cunku :)
Esme Baykan
Esme Baykan Жыл бұрын
Ne zaman eski videolarındaki gibi izlenme sayılarına ulaşırız resh
雪雪 Жыл бұрын
Turkey's muslim population is barely 70-75% believe me
Yumani Жыл бұрын
We know
Momo from ATLA
Momo from ATLA Жыл бұрын
Yeah but not officially
Büşra Gümüş
Büşra Gümüş Жыл бұрын
Ingilizce'yi iyi bilmememizin en büyük nedeni eğitimde eksiklik
Feroza Dickinson
Feroza Dickinson Жыл бұрын
Merhaba Busra, I will teach you and a gew of your friends english absolutely for free.
Devran Жыл бұрын
Nokta atışı yapmışsın .. Emeğine sağlık 🇹🇷
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗 Жыл бұрын
Ben gerçekten Burka giyen insanları görünce pek hoşlanmıyorum Tabii ki saygım var ama Hani Genelde Arabistandayız havası veriyor Zaten Suriyeliler dışında Türkiyede giyen başka insan da bulamazsınız .
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
Sen ben misin dkajndosnxka düşüncelerimiz resmen aynı. Cidden insanı Islamafobik yapar bunlar
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗
Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗 Жыл бұрын
@adım pek de önemli değil gibi Oha Gerçekten mi? Tepki alacağımı düşünmüştüm 😂
13rownie Жыл бұрын
Hırvattan ziyade yüz hariç tüm vucudu kapatan kıyafetleri giyen var, nadir de olsa, belki Türkçeyi iyi çözmüş mültecilerdir, emin değilim. Mültecilerden önce hiç böyle şeyler yoktu
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
@Ne Gece Ne Gündüz 🎗 bizim gibi düşünen cok insan var merak etme aşk tepki görmezsin ♡♡
Büşra Жыл бұрын
Aynen 👍🏻
Meyy 11 ай бұрын
I love your vidoes, keep it up AĞABEY! 🥰
Murat Tanyel
Murat Tanyel 11 ай бұрын
Reşat Bey, benim annemin ailesinin soyadı Örendir. (Biliyorum, Türkiye'de soyadları sonradan seçilmiştir, akrabamız olmayan çok aile Ören soyadlıdır.) Pennsylvania'dan selamlar!
FloraBella Ай бұрын
I understand that you have expressed that you feel horrified towards people who wear burqas (10:56), which is extremely uncalled for and I would like to take a moment to address this issue. It is important to recognise that every individual has the right to dress in a way that is comfortable and meaningful to them. For many women, wearing a burqa is a cultural or religious practice that they choose to follow. Just as we respect people's choices to dress in a certain way that aligns with their personal beliefs and values, it is crucial that we also respect those who choose to wear burqas. In a world that values diversity, it is crucial that we learn to respect and appreciate the differences that exist amongst us. Rather than being fearful of those who choose to wear burqas, let us strive to understand and embrace these differences, and work towards building a society that values and celebrates diversity.
BahoCH Жыл бұрын
Eskiden videolara girerken yaptığın komik garip girişlerdense bu tarz videolar çok daha tatlı.
taş fırın haluk
taş fırın haluk Жыл бұрын
fark ettiniz mi bunların nerdeyse hepsi bizim bile kendi içimizde tartıştığımız konular :D
Edrah Ayah
Edrah Ayah Жыл бұрын
Güzel video✨hindistan'dan kucak dolusu sevgiler🇮🇳🇮🇳✨❤
Adige. Жыл бұрын
Pussifer ツ
Pussifer ツ Жыл бұрын
We also watch many Indian TV series in Turkey. Like Balika Vadhu, Thapki Pyar Ki, Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?, Kumkum bhagya, Diya Aur Baati Hum
B.E. Жыл бұрын
11:00 I think you mistook burqa with niqab. Burqa is the cloth that covers 100% of your body including your eyes and its the cloth that women in afghanistan wear. I've never seen even 1 person wearing burqa in turkey. I think what you meant is niqab: aka the black cloth that covers big part of your body except eyes. It's very rare in Turkey again but yes,there are some women wearing that. Also the 98% muslim statistics is a cap. It's well known in Turkey that everyone gets automatically registered as a muslim after they were born and people don't change it even when they arent muslims. that's the reason the muslim rate looks so high but its lower.
Some One
Some One Жыл бұрын
The English part isn't a misconception. Generally speaking, compared to many countries, turks are monolingual
Yusuf Kenan
Yusuf Kenan Жыл бұрын
Sultanahmet ‘ te gezinen bir turist Temel ile Dursun’ un yanına gelerek bir adres sorar. Önce ingilizce, sonra Almanca son olarakta Fransızca konuşarak adresi soran turist bir türlü derdini anlatamaz. Dursun dayanamaz ve Temel’ e : - Ula Temel, bir yabancı dil öğrenemedik ciddi. Temel hemen cevap verir: - Ula adam 3 yabancı dil öğrenmiş yinede derdini anlatamıyor, 1 yabancı dil öğrensen ne olacak ki.. Sonuç şu ki yabancı dil kimyamıza ters... Kapiş
Talvetar33 3 ай бұрын
I have ever met anyone Who thinks that Turkiye is Arabic country. But I am from Finland, but I guess somewhere..Or none of this stuff what you tell. But I was living is Mersin and hardly you met a person who can speak English. But I can handle all the daily actions In Turkish.
Orhan çakıl
Orhan çakıl Жыл бұрын
Thank you Reşat another nice video.
صادق رياض صادق
صادق رياض صادق 7 ай бұрын
Pakistan and Iraq alcohol is banned by law but there are liquor stores everywhere 😂 Only in Ramadan they close for whole month 🤣
Sıla Sermer
Sıla Sermer Жыл бұрын
Turkey is one of the first countries to give women the right to vote and be elected.❣️
aleyna Жыл бұрын
I was very unsure to comment on this one but it did bother me a litte. The thing about “the modern ones and the conservative ones”. There are a lot of modern people who are also pretty “conservative” or practice more of their religion, like me and a lot of other people. Just because you fast and pray five times a day doesn’t mean you’re less modern. I think that you could’ve expressed yourself a bit better on that part. But nevertheless a very nice and informative video for people who are getting into the Turkish language and culture and also for people who are Turkish and just want to get to know more about their country👍🏻
Roger Coover
Roger Coover Жыл бұрын
When I first went to Turkey in the 60's many more Turks spoke English than they do now. Not sure of the reason.
Eric Kephart
Eric Kephart 9 ай бұрын
If you had to recommend an affordable city for an American to live in, in Turkey, where would you recommend? I grew up in a big city in the US and therefore I'm not really looking to live in Istanbul, I'll save that for a weekend trip, but other cities you might recommend??? Or anyone following this feed???
𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐱𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫 🇹🇷
𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐱𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫 🇹🇷 9 ай бұрын
Trabzon, Bursa, Kuş Adası, Alanya, Muğla, Trabzon very beautiful!
zeynep Жыл бұрын
Also, because of our location, people think that it is only summer in Turkey
Giha M. Amin
Giha M. Amin Жыл бұрын
As an Egyptian,I always heard that Turkey is an amazing country BUT the Turkish people see themselves better than others *especially Arabs* so they act in a *not so welcoming* way sometimes, is that true? But honestly. I really LOVE Turkey and haven't gotten the chance to visit it yet, but that is what scares me the most.
monica geller
monica geller Жыл бұрын
this is not true, actually, there are too many Syrian refugees in our country and they act as if they are the owners of this country. We are angry at this because the country belongs to the Turks. we don't hate anyone other than arabs or other nationalities
They Go As They Come
They Go As They Come Жыл бұрын
The Turkish people are very uncomfortable and angry because of the Syrians. But we don't turn down someone who loves us. You can come to Turkey😊 Do not forget to come to Cappadocia. Maybe we will meet
Giha M. Amin
Giha M. Amin Жыл бұрын
You guys don't know how much people here love your country, we feel that Turkish people are the closest to us by heart and for me it's a dream to visit Turkey and to learn the language, and so far i can understand most of the language all by myself😅 so.. I really hope that one day I can come🤲🌷
T Жыл бұрын
@Giha M. Amin I hope you can 🍀 wishing all the bests for u 🌸🌸🌸
monica geller
monica geller Жыл бұрын
Ghost Ghost! shouldn't they come then? they did not fight for their homeland and they are fleeing. Did we have to take them into our country because we are border neighbors with them? no. cheap work interests them. The government is already paying their salaries.
The Historian
The Historian 10 ай бұрын
turks are an impressive people, Turkish people are descendants of the osmanli civilisation. ao they have a huge pride in this ancestral group. many mosques have traditional ottoman style.
Zeami Xx
Zeami Xx Жыл бұрын
Muy interesante👍
Niko Christian Wallenberg
Niko Christian Wallenberg 10 ай бұрын
"Turkey is a secular democratic state" - I can't begin to describe how hard I laughed at this. 😂
Stephen DeRogier
Stephen DeRogier 10 ай бұрын
The second comment is not showing. This guy is censoring his channel.
D Жыл бұрын
10:32 kendimizi tanıtmak için doğru bir ifade olmadığını düşünüyorum. Türkler Avrupalı değildir. Orta Asya kökenli bir millettir. Konuşmalarda buna hiç deginilmemis. Ortadoğu ve avrupa kültürleriyle sadece etkilesim olmuştur. Bugün islam geleneği diye bilinen pek çok şey Türklerin eski dini olan şamanizm den gelir. Yine Türklerin ingilizceyi öğrenmekte zorlanmasinin sebebide türkçenin Asyaya ait altay dil ailesinden gelmesidir. Doğru olan Asya kökenli olduğumuzdur. Bence Asyalı olmak avrupalı olmaktan çok daha asilce neden türkler kökenini kabul etmez anlamış değilim. Avrupa bizi avrupali olarak görmüyor zaten de değiliz ezik gibi bizde avrupaliyiz demek bana sacma geliyor.
Başak Sungur
Başak Sungur Жыл бұрын
Şuan Türklerin DNAsi orta Asya'dan çok Yunanlılara yakın, hatta aşırı yakın. Ve neredeyse 1000 sene öncesinden bahsediyorsun. Yüzyıllar boyunca 3 kıtaya yayılmış, orta Doğu Afrika ve Avrupa'da birçok ülkeyi yüzyıllar boyunca yönetmiş bir ülke. Asya ile bağımız kopalı çok oldu. Dil konusunda haklısın ama, İngilizce öğrenmenin daha zor olması üzerinde etkisi var. (Tabii asıl neden eğitimdeki sorunlar) + Asyalı da bize Asyalı demez zaten.
Başak Sungur
Başak Sungur Жыл бұрын
@D bu video o Türkler hakkında değil Türkiye Türkleri hakkında. O testler de Balkanlarda değil Türkiye'deki şehirlerde yapılıyor.
Rabia Жыл бұрын
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk deyince tüylerim diken diken oldu.
13rownie Жыл бұрын
Ghost Ghost! Bu mülteciyi ciddiye almayın, bir kaç yerde de din ile ilgili arapça şeyler yazıyordu, çok ahlaklı oldukları için torunu yaşındaki çocuklarla evlenip erkek dansöz gelenekleri var
ə Жыл бұрын
@13rownie Kanka bu elemanın profilinde Birleşik Krallık yazıyor ve eğer bu haliyle bizim tarihimizi eleştiriyorsa daha kötü :D Zaten yorumlarda yapmadığı ırkçı yorum yok.
lila. Жыл бұрын
Set Kin çölüne dön.
Tüm Zamanların En İyisi Muhammed Ali
Tüm Zamanların En İyisi Muhammed Ali Жыл бұрын
02:06 Ülkenin %98'i müslüman falan değil.
raushen Жыл бұрын
%70 en fazla
adım pek de önemli değil gibi
adım pek de önemli değil gibi Жыл бұрын
@Tüm Zamanların En İyisi Muhammed Ali araştırmadıkları için işte. Taklid-i iman dedigimiz şey bu
13rownie Жыл бұрын
@Tüm Zamanların En İyisi Muhammed Ali Zaten araştırmadıkları için Müslimanlar. Örneğin ben agnostik bir fikre sahibim ve aileme de fikrimi açıkca söylüyorum, ilk başlarda bana kafir muamelesi yapıyorlardı:D ama kendileri subhanekeyi bile bilmiyor. Çok üzücü bir şey . Yani herkes istediğine inansın, ona bir şey demiyorum ama araştırmadıkları gibi başkalarını da yadırgayıp dışlamaları kötü bir şey.
GuyOn2Wheels 5 ай бұрын
Liking the videos - Though a bit late to the party. There is an annual camel wrestling event held in the east.
Büşra Gümüş
Büşra Gümüş Жыл бұрын
Türkiye'de küçücük bir yerde çöl tarzı bir yer vardı ama neresi hatırlamıyorum ksjrjdeusjehajh
MegaSimoneB Жыл бұрын
The strict rules for series caused me to think that it was religiously led.
They Go As They Come
They Go As They Come Жыл бұрын
We don't have rules for series
MegaSimoneB Жыл бұрын
@They Go As They Come Don't you guys have rules about kissing scenes?
Mlk Жыл бұрын
@MegaSimoneB No
MegaSimoneB Жыл бұрын
@Mlk Thank you guys for responding. I saw that info somewhere and at the time it made sense because most of the series I watch edited those types of scenes. I liked that they are not graphic though and probably can be watched by a family.
Bronze Balance
Bronze Balance Жыл бұрын
Love your video
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
Wooah. How is it to be in Switzerland? I am very curious. Sometimes I look at your photos or something, I follow them. Nature is very beautiful. Actually everything is beautiful. I wish I could migrate there.
Bronze Balance
Bronze Balance Жыл бұрын
@Haklısın Evren actually it’s nice 😊 nature is always near us so we can easily go for hiking and it’s very very nice ! Sometimes it’s maybe too quiet ? And the life is really too expensive. The administration don’t really care about workers. But the life style is very very good and the streets are quite clean, what makes people from other country surprised is also that train come at time haha. Everywhere is deserved by train in Switzerland so you can move easily and it’s interesting to see different part of it french speaker German speaker and Italian speaker part are so different from one another so it’s very interesting. And yeah welcome ! 🤗 I wish you could migrate here
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
@Bronze Balance Just like you said. I was also surprised that different languages ​​are spoken in their region. But I wish English was the official language.I really want to migrate here. But it is very difficult to save money in our country now. You just said that the workers don't care. For example, what kind of problems do workers face?
Bronze Balance
Bronze Balance Жыл бұрын
@Haklısın Evren don't worry almost everybody here can speak in English. For example I don't speak German (which is quite a shame 😅) but I speak in English when I am in German part and it's totally ok. For the worker, I have a friend for exemple who use to be a worker, and he had an accident who was partially the fault of his boss. At the end he can't work anymore, he has a life injury which give him a lot of pain and social aids don't even help him to have a new formation. He goes through a lot of shit and he don't have Swiss passeport so the authorities menace him to take him out of Switzerland but he was born and raised in Switzerland wtf. On the other hand his boss continues to work as nothing. If the same story was happened in France for exemple my friend will still gain moyen from social aids and he will be ok for the rest of his life. In Switzerland if you don't fit in or if you are not a boss, you have these kind of risk which is quite shitty
Haklısın Evren
Haklısın Evren Жыл бұрын
@Bronze Balance Omg I was really surprised. That's a little cruel. I know France. A really good welfare state. Thank you so much for what you said. I wish I had a good financial situation, I would love to travel to France and Switzerland. I might even consider migrating to either one. But unfortunately, the increasing inflation in our country and the depreciation of our currency is also a shitty situation. And unfortunately it is very difficult to save money here. People are only making $300 a month here wtf. And the purchasing power here sucks too. I want to go now. But it is very difficult. But I'm still working. I am currently trying to improve English and German languages. Maybe when I learn these languages ​​and apply for a job, if I find a job, the people I will work with can pay my immigration costs. There are those who go this way. I'm trying to do this. I hope I will succeed. Thank you too. Hope to see you one day...
Aysan Shavandi
Aysan Shavandi Жыл бұрын
Most of the people around the world think that Iran is an Arabic country too! And most of them think that we speak in Arabic.but we speak Farsi(persion)
Sarah Graham
Sarah Graham Жыл бұрын
That's ​probably becuz of the Arabic alphabet that you guys are using
jane Жыл бұрын
we turks understand you the most in this case lol
neslihan Жыл бұрын
"Arap değiliz, deveye binmiyoruz" açiklamasindan bence elaleme artık gına geldi. Bu videoyu izleyebilecek kadar dünya ile iletisimi olanlara artik bunlari anlatmak çok abes. Hala böyle düsünen varsa, bırakın onu kendi haline düsünsün. Hala 100 yıl öncesinde yaşayan birileriyle neden irtibat kurmaya çalışıyorsunuz ki?
Women's Business Club
Women's Business Club Жыл бұрын
👏 Thanks for sharing.
Rand Жыл бұрын
I wear niqab (it's like burqa) and I really think that the idea that we are " horrifying " is not fair. we just chose to cover because of our religion (يَا أَيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ قُل لِّأَزْوَاجِكَ وَبَنَاتِكَ وَنِسَاءِ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ يُدْنِينَ عَلَيْهِنَّ مِن جَلَابِيبِهِنَّ ۚ ذَٰلِكَ أَدْنَىٰ أَن يُعْرَفْنَ فَلَا يُؤْذَيْنَ ۗ وَكَانَ اللَّهُ غَفُورًا رَّحِيمًا) and that's not hurting anyone. people in social media always promote accepting everyone for who they are but we never got that. I really wish I could travel to european countries and not worry about people looking at me like I'm a monster. I wish people were educated enough.
Rand Жыл бұрын
@13rownie what about the ayah....
13rownie Жыл бұрын
@Rand Do not learn your religion from others. Read and form your ideas in the language you understand best
Rand Жыл бұрын
@13rownie that's what I do anyway
H.H. A
H.H. A Жыл бұрын
@Rand i completely agree with you. Niqaab or burka should definitely not be seen in a bad way at all. And him saying its horrifying is actually sad to see the level of ignorance in these people and how brainwashed they are through western media. May allah give strength to all those who cover up.
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