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PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 2:27 am
Author: AlbaSaab
missIndependent wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:Awww! Don't be so hard on yourself.

Yes, it's nice to have someone around. I logged off once, and then logged in agiain, :roll: because I was getting those emails that tell you someone has replied to a topic.


:lol: that happenes to me alot too when im home! but while in here i dont bother logging out at all :twisted:

ok, imma go on my break now n i'll let ya sleep.. have a good night sweet sis, *mwaz* n *hugz* (*_^)
Where are you? You can answer that later if you like. Ok, nighty night. xxx

PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 8:07 am
Author: Vladimir
Isn't that partly Turkish or?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 10:59 am
Author: Diri
Vladimir wrote:Isn't that partly Turkish or?




Thank you brother... I was waiting for that question!

Yes - Firat is in TURKISH! :lol:

I was starting to worry thinking maybe AlbaSaab thought it's Kurdish! :P


Did you think so AlbaSaab? That the song is Kurdish...? :)

I think you know it's Turkish...

PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:51 am
Author: UE_kurdophile
Is the videoclip's setting (Northern) Kurdistan?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:58 am
Author: Diri
UE_kurdophile wrote:Is the videoclip's setting (Northern) Kurdistan?


Yes :D

It's probably in Riha (Ufra)... That is North-West Kurdistan... By the River Euphrates!

PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 11:20 am
Author: AlbaSaab
Diri wrote:
Vladimir wrote:Isn't that partly Turkish or?




Thank you brother... I was waiting for that question!

Yes - Firat is in TURKISH! :lol:

I was starting to worry thinking maybe AlbaSaab thought it's Kurdish! :P


Did you think so AlbaSaab? That the song is Kurdish...? :)

I think you know it's Turkish...
Of course I knew it was Turkish!! :wink: :wink: :lol:

PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 1:39 pm
Author: Vladimir
You don't have "Lar" / "ler" .. etc in Kurdish. That's why I thought this.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:54 am
Author: missIndependent
AlbaSaab wrote:Where are you? You can answer that later if you like. Ok, nighty night. xxx


oh, i almost forgot about this post :oops:
i was at the class at the time *yawn* was boriiiiiiing :|

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 12:08 pm
Author: womanizer
I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 4:02 pm
Author: AlbaSaab
missIndependent wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:Where are you? You can answer that later if you like. Ok, nighty night. xxx


oh, i almost forgot about this post :oops:
i was at the class at the time *yawn* was boriiiiiiing :|
LOL. And I said good night to you. :oops:

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 4:09 pm
Author: AlbaSaab
womanizer wrote:I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!
Hey! I don't understand much of anything, but I happened to like the song. It's just a pity and shame when we have to bring politics into our preferences for the arts. I'm not blameless by any means, but it is a shame that sometimes we can't appreciate a tune or song because of our narrow-mindedness.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 4:22 pm
Author: Diri
AlbaSaab wrote:
womanizer wrote:I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!
Hey! I don't understand much of anything, but I happened to like the song. It's just a pity and shame when we have to bring politics into our preferences for the arts. I'm not blameless by any means, but it is a shame that sometimes we can't appreciate a tune or song because of our narrow-mindedness.


Indeed...


Thank you for placing some misplaced words where they belong...

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 4:32 pm
Author: AlbaSaab
Diri wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:
womanizer wrote:I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!
Hey! I don't understand much of anything, but I happened to like the song. It's just a pity and shame when we have to bring politics into our preferences for the arts. I'm not blameless by any means, but it is a shame that sometimes we can't appreciate a tune or song because of our narrow-mindedness.


Indeed...


Thank you for placing some misplaced words where they belong...
Misplaced words??? :lol: :lol: :wink:

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 4:52 pm
Author: Diri
AlbaSaab wrote:
Diri wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:
womanizer wrote:I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!
Hey! I don't understand much of anything, but I happened to like the song. It's just a pity and shame when we have to bring politics into our preferences for the arts. I'm not blameless by any means, but it is a shame that sometimes we can't appreciate a tune or song because of our narrow-mindedness.


Indeed...


Thank you for placing some misplaced words where they belong...
Misplaced words??? :lol: :lol: :wink:


Yes... I was searching and searching in my head - trying to find them... And then I read your reply - and I thought: THERE THEY ARE!!! 8) :wink:

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 5:06 pm
Author: AlbaSaab
Diri wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:
Diri wrote:
AlbaSaab wrote:
womanizer wrote:I don’t understand some Kurdish ,why they so much excited about Ibrahim Tatlises?? person who is Agent, well traind by MIT, person who proud himself as Turkish son, person who steal Kurdish lyric trasnfor them to Turkish. What is this sickness???, some our Sorani kurds know Ibrahim tatlises more than any other kurmanci singers. what a shame!!!!
Hey! I don't understand much of anything, but I happened to like the song. It's just a pity and shame when we have to bring politics into our preferences for the arts. I'm not blameless by any means, but it is a shame that sometimes we can't appreciate a tune or song because of our narrow-mindedness.


Indeed...


Thank you for placing some misplaced words where they belong...
Misplaced words??? :lol: :lol: :wink:


Yes... I was searching and searching in my head - trying to find them... And then I read your reply - and I thought: THERE THEY ARE!!! 8) :wink:
LOLOLOL