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Re: [tatar-l] Fevziye Bayramova is a hero!

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  • Amil Nur
    Rexmet Ihsan efende! Sez minem fikerleremne qabatladigiz. Rexmet anglawigiz hem alarni qabatlawigiz ochen. Yaqti kilechek telim milletke.
    Message 1 of 7 , Dec 31, 2003
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      Rexmet Ihsan efende!

      Sez minem fikerleremne qabatladigiz. Rexmet anglawigiz hem alarni qabatlawigiz ochen.
      Yaqti kilechek telim milletke.


      uh3ukhe <altinorda@...>:

      > What Amil Nur wrote about Fauziya Bayramova shocked me.
      > He tried to humiliate a person who is defending without any fear the
      > national rights of the Tatars.
      > She is the first Tatar deputy who ''dared '' to speak Tatar in the
      > parliament of Tatarstan.
      > It is normal that she is not a deputy in the official parliament.
      > This parliament is under the control of the nomenclatura.
      > Also the Russian occupants will never allow that Tatar nationalists
      > would gain power in Tatarstan.
      > Fauziya apa is the voice of the Tatar people.She is a heroine.
      > The existence of such people as her shows us that the Tatar spirit is
      > still not lost.
      > We also know that there are unfornunately enough traitors among a-our
      > people or people who are satisfied to live under the Russian
      > yoke,people who believe that Tatars don't deserve independence.
      > Amil Nur ,Azad Badrettinov are such people (may be they are identical)
      > But thank God there are still Tatars,who don't accept to live under
      > foreign yoke in their own country.
      > If there is a divine justice in the world so one day also the Tatar
      > people will gain freedom and streets and places will be named after
      > our heroes as Fauziya Bayram,Mirseyit Sultangali,Ali Akish and many
      > others and the Azad Badrettinovs and Amil Nurs will be forgotten.
      > Selamlar belen
      > Ihsan YokuЧ
      >
      >
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