1001 Inventions

1001 Inventions – Discover The Muslim Heritage In Our World

For a thousand years, Muslim civilisation stretched from southern Spain as far as China. From the 7th century onwards, scholars of many faiths built on the ancient knowledge of the Egyptians, Continue reading

Turkish Language Must Be Official Language In Iran

Iran Is Not Persia

Iran, like it´s neighbours such Iraq and Afghanistan, is a multi national and multi cultural society.

Inside Iran, whether it be Persians (also reffered to as the Fars), Azerbaijanis Turks Continue reading

Who Brought The Mayans To Mexico?

Who Brought The Mayans To Mexico? or Were the ancient Turks, Akkads (Sumerians) and Dravidians (Tamils) the parents of Mexico and Meso-America?


Turkic Dictionaries

Etymological Dictionary of Turkic Languages (in Russian and German)

W. Radloff. Versuch eines Wörterbuch der Türk-Dialekte.

Band I, 1. 1893
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Pyramids in East Turkistan

New evidences 2009 The “White Pyramid” discovered! It is the Maoling Mausoleum! A report by Walter Hain

Since many years already in the popular scientific community and in publications there are many announcements and contentions of gigantic pyramids in East Turkistan China. Continue reading

Kazak Turk’s Car Attila is Coming

But don’t hide the women or children. Attila is the name of a new car, apparently the first designed wholly in Kazakhstan! And it has a number of unique features to represent Kazakhstan.

Most strikingly, the radiator grill, as you can see from the photo, has a big yurt on it. Continue reading

Qarluq / Karluk Hazaras

Qarluq Hazaras, also pronounced as “Qalugh”, live mainly in Baghlan and a large number of them once lived in Uruzgan province of Central Afghanistan (Hazaristan). In Baghlan, they are an independent Hazara tribe, whereas in Uruzgan, they were a sub-tribe of one of the Hazara tribes that lived in that province, possibly Dai Khitai or Polada (1). There were three main Hazara tribes in Uruzgan, Dai Chuban, Dai Khitai, Polada and also a number of smaller Hazara clans.
This was before Amir Abdur Rahman’s invasion attempts to try to eliminate local Hazaras living in Uruzgan and instead repopulate the region with his followers. His army faced fierce resistance from the local Hazara tribes in Uruzgan. His army was defeated in many of his first attempts, however, since local Hazaras were surrounded from all around, they were eventually defeated and most of their population were either massacred or forced to flee their homeland.

Amir Abdur Rahman’s invasion not only fulfilled his goal which was to massacre an ethnic group and force them to flee their homeland but through this, he was also able to unite many other tribes to follow him in this act. They were told that Hazaras are “infidels”, so he was going to a “holy war” against them.

Among the Uruzgani Hazaras, there are no Polada and Dai Khitai Hazaras left today. From Dai Chuban tribe, Maska, which is a sub-tribe, were also affected and lower Maska region was entirely invaded. Qalandar, a sub-tribe of Dai Chuban faced a similar situation to Polada and Dai Khitai Hazaras. This is surely the greatest loss to a nation to have three of their tribes being massacred at once. Nowadays we do not hear much of Qarlurq sub-tribe among the Hazaras in Uruzgan, which shows that they either faced similar situation as the Polada and Dai Khitai Hazaras or they fled to somewhere else that we are unaware of. Many Hazaras fled to Quetta in Pakistan and also Mashhad in Iran. There is no trace of them in Quetta, which leaves Mashhad the only hope. There has not been any proper search done among the Irani Hazaras in Mashhad yet. We also hear that some Hazaras (possibly Maska Hazaras) left Mashhad for Turkmenistan.

P.S. It would be a great help if anyone with any news/info could either leave a comment or contact me regarding Uruzgani Qarluq Hazaras and Maska Hazaras who fled to Iran and Turkmenistan.

Hamed Batur


(1) This was one of the findings of Sir Alexander Burnes, an English explorer who passed Hazara villages in Uruzgan in early 1800’s on his way to Kabul. This piece of info was taken by an Author named Elizabeth E. Bacon, from one of his journals in London.

Karlugh Turk

Turan, Turkic and Mongol Nations all around the globe

Turan, Turkic and Mongol Nations all around the globe

I came across this very interesting video on YouTube which shows all Turkic and Mongol ethnicities. It gives a good indication of how many and how diverse Turk o Mongol ethnicities are.

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Turkey is looking increasingly outward, but not in our direction

Twenty years ago the democratic revolutions in East and Central Europe prompted the first great-power retreat in the continent since the end of the Second World War. Hundreds of thousands of Russian troops, supported by generous German funding, decamped for home, to be followed by many more after the Soviet Union itself collapsed. Continue reading

Qizilbash people of Afghanistan

The Qizilbash are Turkic-speaking Azerbaijani background, united in their belief in Twelver Shia Islam.

Kizilbash are Azeri Turks tribes mainly from Anatolia and Azerbaijan. The main different of Qizilbash Oghuz tribes with other Turkic people is that they are Shia Turkic people. Therefore the name Qizilbash is usually applied to them only. Continue reading

Turkey and Russia on the Rise

By Reva Bhalla, Lauren Goodrich and Peter Zeihan

Russian President Dmitri Medvedev reportedly will travel to Turkey in the near future to follow up a recent four-day visit by his Turkish counterpart, Abdullah Gul, to Moscow.

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Turkic Channel Coming soon

Turkic Channel Coming soon

TRT Director General in Azerbaijan 

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The future of the Turkish state

By George Friedman

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan exploded during a public discussion with Israeli President Shimon Peres at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week.

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The return of the Osmanlı (Ottoman) Türk Empire?

An outstanding comment by Mshari Al-Zaydi,a Saudi journalist and expert on Islamic movements and Islamic fundamentalism as well as Saudi affairs.

The only way one can explain the heated return of “Ottoman” Turkey to the Middle East quagmire is as the setting up of a suitable position for the Turkish Fez in the new Middle East division. This is what some Turkish intellects have argued according to Serkan Taflioglu, a researcher of Middle East affairs at ASAM, the Center for Eurasian Strategic Studies in Ankara.

Alparslan’s grave to be searched

Alparslan’s grave to be searched

Turkey will search for the grave of Seljuki Sultan Alparslan. 

The grave is predicted to be in Merv region of Turkmenistan’s Mari city.

A delegation that includes Culture and Tourism Ministry Undersecretary İsmet Yılmaz, Turkish History Institute’s Chief Ali Birinc, Professor Yusuf Halaçoğlu and some other scientists has held contacts in Turkmenistan’s capital Ashkhabad.

The delegation will visit the Merv region, the capital of Seljuk State once upon a time, on Wednesday.

Must We Rewrite Ancient History?

[Author of What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism, and Mexico?]

Have you ever wanted to know what mankind’s civilizations looked like before the Great Flood? At last you can. They’re being uncovered right now in Turkey and other parts of Central Asia.

We humans have been wrongly conditioned to regard such countries as Sumeria, Greece, Egypt, and China as the parents of all human civilizations. Continue reading

Afro-Turks meet to celebrate Obama inauguration

Turkish citizens with African ancestors who came to Anatolia to work on tobacco and cotton plantations in the last years of the Ottoman Empire gathered over the weekend to celebrate the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.

Afro-Turks from the districts of Ortaca, Dalaman and Köyceğiz in the southwestern province of Muğla got together to celebrate Obama’s success. They hung banners declaring “Barack Obama, we love you very much” during the solidarity event, held at Toprak Ana (Mother Earth) in Ortaca.

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Are American Indians Turkish?

Introducion, Editor’s Note: For almost ten years, Viewzone has been proud to introduce readers to the exceptional and often controversial work of Gene Matlock. Gene has been credited with, almost single handedly, focusing historians and archaeoligists on the cultural similarities between the indigenous people of Mexico, past and present, and the ancient cultures of India and Turkey.

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Unesco: 2009 Katip Çelebi year

2009: 400th anniversary of the birth of Katip Çelebi, scholar (1609-1657)

Katip Çelebi was a Turkish scholar. Among his chief works is the “Kashf al-zunun’an asami al-kutub wa al-funun” which documents some 15,000 books. The best known of his encyclopaedic contributions is the “Kashf al-zunnun“, a bibliographical dictionary in the Arab language, with over 14,500 entries in alphabetical order.

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