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  1. Interesting statue I stumbled across in Hatay, Antakya, a few hours drive from the Syrian border. The first time I noticed it, it was covered by a canvas, now it's uncovered. What do you all make of it? It's kind of majestic isn't it? It's located on a dusty roundabout, surrounded by shops & traffic though. It seems out of place. The religions are on the right hand & the world it seems is on the left. I still haven't found any info related to this statue, everyone in the city says it's been there forever & opinions differ about it's significance.
  2. Sometimes you go to pray. But for what? What are you praying for? I' m just curious, because to me it doesn't matter if it is for good thoughts. Its like somebody is praying in the church or when they do yoga. But a lot of people from my culture thinks it is scary, bad and should be a reason enough to not date a muslim guy. I just want to know...is it true that praying people has that much love to Allah, that he will always be the most importnant in their lifes? women dont go for praying? Why only guys? And do you feel forced? i juat ask ik curiousity, nothing mean
  3. There is a Turkish scholar named Sadi Hoca. My wife's ex-husband is a big follower of this hoca. I live in the US and am Islamically married to a Turkish wife. She was previously married with a daughter. Everything was going well until her ex-husband produced some document saying that when he said "I divorce you" to her 3 times over 5 years ago, it only counted as one. So they are not divorced and he is trying to force his rights on her. They have a daughter together and this is making it very difficult for the little girl. I need to URGENTLY get in touch with Sadi hoca and arrange a meeting with her ex-husband so we can settle this matter in a civil and Islamic way. I am sure he will listen to Sadi hoca. PLEASE if any of you out there know how I can get in touch with Said hoca please let me know! I am trying to protect my family.
  4. I am a christian woman from Glasgow, Scotland and I have known a Turkish muslim man for 1 year now. We recently got engaged and met one anothers families. My family are fine with our relationship however his family wanted him to marry a muslim girl, he declined and explained that he loved me and would marry me with or without their blessing. I presume they have agreed to our marriage because they were very hospitable to my family and I. Gokhan (my future husband) bought me an engagement ring and wears 1 himself, he speaks of us getting married in 1 or 2 years time and has also mentioned us having children and would like me to move to Turkey. He has not asked me to change my religion nor have I asked him, nor have we discussed our future childrens religion. There is a lot of talk about Turkish men wanting to marry with British women for passports/visas. I am sure he is serious but this is always at the back of my mind. So the question is, how do I know if he is serious about our engagement/marriage? Thank you in advance for you answers/help/and support.fuzzy
  5. If you live in Antalya, if you're a protestant and like to go to church then you can visit the new Protestant Church in Antalya. Address: Kisla Mahallesi, Soytas Ulukut Ishani, 3rd floor, number 13, Gulluk/Antalya
  6. In case anyone would like to go to a Christian church - for all types of religions - Catholics - Church of England - Methodists - the American priest in Antalya would make you more than welcome and you get free coffee after the service at the coffee shop below in the courtyard area. James Bultema and his wife, Renata, are Americans but have lived in Istanbul for many years before coming to Antalya. They speak fluent Turkish as well as English. Saint Paul Cultural Center You can also phone: +90 (242) 244-6894. The church is in the Kaleici section of Antalya, on the road to the right just before the stadium. Mass is there every Sunday at 11:00 A. M. All nationalities go - even some Muslims, as there are headphones with translation into Turkish for them at the back of the church. A good place for newcomers to the Antalya area - I take the dolmuş from Side which is about 1.5 hours each way.
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