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What are the main problems that East Turkistanis have today?

You can find out more from this web site: http://www.uygur.org/

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Originally posted by OSMANLI OSMANLI wrote:

One who knows Turkish will be amazed as to the similarity of then numbers.

Not just the numbers, if you study their language you'll find many many more similarities.  I'm a Turkish speaker and am practicing Uygur, I love how many similiarities there are in our two dialects.

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Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

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all the problem is on the script, even if its latin i dont get it

But songs are ok...

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all the problem is on the script, even if its latin i dont get it

But songs are ok...

Understanding the Latin alphabet is easier than listening to someone speak.  I hope to learn their official Arabic script soon.

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Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

Hey nice to meet you. I'll be going to East Turkistan this August, again, but this time I'll be living there for a couple years.  Where in East Turkistan are you or your family from?

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Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

Hey nice to meet you. I'll be going to East Turkistan this August, again, but this time I'll be living there for a couple years.  Where in East Turkistan are you or your family from?

oh really,happy for you,I am sure you will see lot things,hope you will enjoy there.

I am from a countryside close to Ghulja city

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Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

Hey nice to meet you. I'll be going to East Turkistan this August, again, but this time I'll be living there for a couple years.  Where in East Turkistan are you or your family from?

wow faramez, great man. Maybe you and Oghuzkb gonna be neighbours
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Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

Hey nice to meet you. I'll be going to East Turkistan this August, again, but this time I'll be living there for a couple years.  Where in East Turkistan are you or your family from?

oh really,happy for you,I am sure you will see lot things,hope you will enjoy there.

I am from a countryside close to Ghulja city

When I was there for 3 weeks that summer I saw so much, especially since one of my tour guides was an Uygur.  He wasn't afraid to tell me and show me the truth.  But I'm sure with me staying there for a couple years I'll see a whole lot more, some great stuff and some upsetting stuff.  One question, and please be honest...me being a Turk, how will I be treated there while living there?  When I was visiting I was treated great by the Uygurs when they heard I was a Turk, but that may be just because I was there temporarily.  Would it be the same?  I think it will be but I just want to be sure, since I know many Turks in Central Asia have a little dislike towards Turkish people because of Turkeys governments political views.

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Originally posted by DayI DayI wrote:

Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Hi Feramez,

Interestingly,I am a native uighur speaker,same feeling with you,I have not foud language problem when i go to turkish market here in germany.Even in mosque I can have an overall idea what Turkish imam is saying:-)

Hey nice to meet you. I'll be going to East Turkistan this August, again, but this time I'll be living there for a couple years.  Where in East Turkistan are you or your family from?

wow faramez, great man. Maybe you and Oghuzkb gonna be neighbours
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I'll hope to post many pics, I'm planning on doing so in my forum.  But there's a problem.  Because of Chinas censorship I may not be able to access my forum or this forum, this is why I'm privatly planning on making a certain person moderator of my forum.  I hope I wont have to do this because I put so much work and time into it, it'smore than just some internet forum to me and the members.  We're working on actual projects to spread Pan-Turkism and everything. Anyway, don't want to get too much off topic now.

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Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

 One question, and please be honest...me being a Turk, how will I be treated there while living there?  When I was visiting I was treated great by the Uygurs when they heard I was a Turk, but that may be just because I was there temporarily.  Would it be the same?  I think it will be but I just want to be sure, since I know many Turks in Central Asia have a little dislike towards Turkish people because of Turkeys governments political views.

For sure it would be same.The reason is almost all uighur people who knows the current situation know turkish people are on our side(supporting our independence) whatever the government political view.And most of us think its good for us if one foreigner lives with us,at least who can see what is Uighur people suffering at present.If you go to countryside,all the people are so friendly ,they dont care where you from or where you livin.

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I have always wondered why the uighur dont get much media coverage, maybe because they are not jewish.

But we need more stuff on Uighur culture on this forum, like arts and music, pics etc.



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Originally posted by oghuzkb oghuzkb wrote:

Originally posted by Feramez Feramez wrote:

 One question, and please be honest...me being a Turk, how will I be treated there while living there?  When I was visiting I was treated great by the Uygurs when they heard I was a Turk, but that may be just because I was there temporarily.  Would it be the same?  I think it will be but I just want to be sure, since I know many Turks in Central Asia have a little dislike towards Turkish people because of Turkeys governments political views.

For sure it would be same.The reason is almost all uighur people who knows the current situation know turkish people are on our side(supporting our independence) whatever the government political view.And most of us think its good for us if one foreigner lives with us,at least who can see what is Uighur people suffering at present.If you go to countryside,all the people are so friendly ,they dont care where you from or where you livin.

That's good to know.  Most of the people I know are in Ghulja and Kashgar but I think I'll be in Urumqi.

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My friends that made this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaaCjHHinz4 which was posted in this forum not too long ago, have made a new video.  This one goes more into the treatment they recieve by the Chinese Government.  It's too long of a file to upload here and there is no web address for it yet so if you want to see it, private message me with your e-mail address and I'll e-mail it to you.  It's something you should all see.
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Here you go everyone, the link to the new video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-792517247752322711& amp;q=uyghurwolf&pl=true

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Really touching,and I know the truth is much worse than this...
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You're right, I have personaly seen some worse.
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Osmanli, I had the privilage of touring this wonderful mosque you posted all by myself on one spring day. Its beautiful.
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Cattus, I was at that mosque too.  You're right, very beautiful and big inside.  Unfortunatly, I forgot the name of it.
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It is the Emin Mosque, built in 1778 of sun-dried brick and is still in exellent condition. Only the floral minaret was closed off to me because of age but it seemed strong. It was designed by a Uygur architect named Ibrahim.
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