Open Question: Correct my mistakes in
Im ESSN applicant from Azerbaijan and registered to Ganja State University. I have honour bachelor degree on Public and Municipality Administration. I want to study Master of Public Administration in your university.
I have question about university admission. What is Ente University's language requirements? Unfortunatelly I dont have TOEFL certificate, but i can prove that my English level is enough to study in English. I have been Eramus Mundus student in Greece for 10 month and studied there in English, During this 10 month I been in internship as well for 3 month in one of overseas company. I have a lot of certificates also proving my language level.
Posted on 25 December 2012 | 8:40 pm
Resolved Question: Do Azerbaijanis know
Over the last few days some interesting facts have been circulating in the Turkish media about the 3rd president of Azerbaijan, Heydar Aliyev – someone who, with the will and command of his son Ilham Aliyev, has adopted the status of ‘national leader’. These facts we already knew. These rumors had been around for a long time. The only thing missing was a reliable source to confirm them.
Turgut Er, former press attaché of the Turkish Embassy in Azerbaijan, becomes this source in his recently published memoirs entitled ‘From Freedom to Tyranny’. This is a book that every Azeri must read in order to know his ‘leader’. This book uncovers everything Heydar Aliyev did not do for Azerbaijan, rather than what he did do. The person whose name is mentioned with honor during every newscast, whose picture you see on the top corner of your TV screens during every holiday, the person who is called “Azerbaijan’s Ataturk” does not exist in this book.
Read this book and make sure others do, too. Every nation must know its ‘leader’. Below are five interesting facts selected from the memoirs:
• Did you know that Zori Balayan – generally considered the national enemy of Azeri Turks and wanted on behalf of Interpol – is related to Heydar Aliyev on the mother’s side?
• Did you know that the 20 January massacre was orchestrated by Heydar Aliyev and his people?
• Did you know that Heydar Aliyev blocked Abulfaz Elchibey, who suffered from prostate cancer, from leaving the country and seeking treatment abroad, in effect playing a direct role in the latter’s death?
• Did you know that Heydar Aliyev’s name is among the founders of the Kurdish terrorist organization PKK?
• Did you know that the events on 20 January, the Ganja riots and other events were planned especially with the initiative of Russia and Turkey in order to bring Heydar Aliyev from Moscow to Nakhichevan?
These facts are as interesting as they are important. I‘d like to share with you an anecdote published in – if I am not mistaken – the old
‘Cheshme’ [‘Source’] newspaper.
Heydar Aliyev travels to Hajj. During the pilgrimage, the time comes for the “Stoning of the Devil” ritual. When Heydar Aliyev takes a stone in his hand to throw at the statue of the devil, the “devil” suddenly speaks:
- “Heydar, you’re going to throw a stone at me, too?”
Posted on 27 November 2010 | 5:36 pm
Resolved Question: Did you know that
Persian Carpet: Another theft of Azerbaijani Heritage and Art by totalitarians
Many western and Oriental scholars think that Iranian people are Persian and therefore they use Persian country, Persian art, Persian history, Persian religion, Persian people, Persian culture and Persian carpet. This consideration of today's Iranian people as Persian goes back to time of Achaemenid Empire that Greece source described those Pars or pers. But today Pars or Fars is the name of one of the ethnic groups and provinces in Iran.
The true beauty of carpets derives from the people who weave carpets. When we talk about the Persian or Iranian people we are not speaking of one broad ethnic group we are talking about many. While most Persians are Indo European a significant portion are Altaic/Turkic, Dravidian, and Afro-Asiatic. Currently the people of Iran speak 79 different languages and countless dialects. Iran’s population is made up of numerous ethnic groups. The largest ethnic groups of Iran include :Persians(34%), Azerbaijani Turks(34%), Kurds(7%), Arabs(4%), Baluchs(2%) , Gilakis (3%), Mazandaranis(5%) , Lurs(4%) ,Turkmens(3%) and small communities of Armenians, Assyrians, khalajs, Georgians, Pashtuns and etc. Azerbaijani Turks (Azeris) settle in northwestern Iran that is named south Azerbaijan that consists West Azerbaijan, East Azerbaijan, Ardabil, Zanjan, Qazvin, Hamadan Provinces and some counties in Kordestan, Gilan, Kermanshah, Qum and Markazi provinces. Since the early 1900s and with organized migration policy, more than 50 percent of Azeris have been migrating to most large cities in Iran, especially Tehran and Karaj
The Azerbaijani women are skilful Rug makers using Turkish knots. In contrast to other parts of Iran the Turkish knot is used in the provinces of south Azerbaijan and Hamadan.
As is shown in below, In the Turkish knot the yarn is taken twice around two adjacent warp threads and the ends are drawn out between these two threads.
In the Persian (or Sinneh) Knot, the wool thread forms a single turn about the warp thread. One end comes out over this thread and the other over the next warp thread.
Major Weaving Centers in south Azerbaijan: Ardebil, Bijar, Hamadan, Qom, Shiraz (qashqaii), Tabriz, Tehran, Zanjan, Urmiya ,Ahar, Farahan, Firouzabad, Garavan, Ghotlog, Haris, Kaboudar, Ahang, Koliai Khamseh, Khoie, Makou, Malayer, Mahabad, Moghan, Mianeh, Nahavand, Qashqaie, Qazvin, Roudbar, , Sarouk, Shahsavan, Tousirkan, Tafresh, Astara, Kaleybar, Sarab, Abiyak, Bahar, Bonab, Maragheh,Qom, etc.
Major Weaving Centers in north Azerbaijan (Republic of Azerbaijan):
Guba, Shirvan , Baku, Ganja, Gazakh , Garabakh, Shusha , Jabrail, Lankaran
In spite of this clear difference in pattern and knot type between Persian and Azerbaijani (Turkish) carpet, Iranian government and Persian trader are introducing and advertising the Azerbaijani carpet in the fake name of Persian carpet in markets. Unfortunately, non-Iranian customers don’t know about this art and cultural robbery that happen in Iran. Non-Persian communities are pointing to totalitarian policies of Persian domination and in addition to culture and art, other heritages of these communities for example language, history, tradition, music, dance and etc are denied.
Posted on 13 November 2010 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: What is the second
Posted on 20 April 2010 | 2:12 am
Resolved Question: How can i find a list of
I need to find them for a project, and I can't find it. I need a list of direct flights from Moscow international airport. Can someone help?
Posted on 11 November 2009 | 8:49 am