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Thu 11 Dec 2003 14:07 Steve Sullivan From: Australia Sydneu
Excellent site I enjoyed it immensely and will be placing links to it in the following websites that I run UygurWORLD http://www.uygurworld.com Turkic Nations Central Asia http://www.turkicnations.com Turkic Nations of Central Asia Society http://s2.invisionfree.com/uygurWORLD/index.php

Sun 19 Oct 2003 23:24 Ilya Levkov From:
Enjoyed your site. See the Tzarskiye Skiffy by Zaur Gassanov published by www.Liberty-Publishing.com Ilya Levkov

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:18 From:
Dear Khazaria I restored some lost messages, but did not find your July 22,03 letter that mentioned Mr. Nigmatullin and my answer to it. If you have a copy of it, please post it again. It is unfortunate for all of us that we lost it. For Khazars, we all will be interested in the source that definitely finds Hazaras of Afghanistan not the same people as Khazars, nor Turkic. A competent linguistic, ethnographical and mythological analysis would be a good source, to substantiate or to question the current beliefs. Thanks, Norm

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:17 From:
02:02.pm.7.Aug.2003 Gulnara From: Russia Moscow (Restored) Invite to visit a site devoted to a history and culture of the Crimean Tatars "Крым и крымские татары" (Crimea and Crimean Tatars)http://www.kirimtatar.com On the site - scientific researches, archival documents, books on a history of Crimea and the Crimean Tatars, the actual information on life of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea and diaspora - are placed.

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:16 From:
If you just add a statement like that on that pages dealing with "Djafgar tarikhy", then you can be objective without taking one side or another.

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:16 From:
Dear Nail and Khazaria, inadverently some messages, including yours and mine, were erased. If I can, I will attempt to restore them. I hope you have a copy of your messages. Thanks, Norm

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:15 NAIL ERZIN From: USA Philadtlphia
12:04.am.31.Jul.2003 Khazaria From: USA (Restored) Norm: The Hazaras of Afghanistan are definitely not the same people as Khazars, nor are Hazaras Turkic. This is a case of a simple name similarity. Khazars aren't the same people as Huszars, Agathyrsoi, or Akatziroi, nor did they serve as Caesars in Rome, and their name isn't the origin of the Yiddish words khazer and khazerai nor the German word Ketzer. As far as the Bulgarian book on early Bulgar history, you have it backwards - the public is ill-served if you make it seem like everything there is factual without mentioning that there's a controversy over part of it, with some people claiming that some of its episodes are a modern fantasy and not attested elsewhere, while others think it is an accurate representation of real historical events. If you just add a statement like that on that pages dealing with "Djafgar tarikhy", then you can be objective without taking one side or another. Right now you are indirectly endorsing its accuracy. Besides, how do you know about the accuracy of Bakhshi Iman, the author of "Djafgar tarikhy"? You're mixing him up with Z. Z. Miftakhov, the compiler who used Iman's statements. Tell me what you know about the Tatar author Bakhshi Iman. The rest of Miftakhov's sources may be fine.

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:13 maype From: Spain Barcelona
10:53.pm.17.Jul.2003 maype From: Spain Barcelona (Restored) Hello from Barcelona http://www.maype.net

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:13 From:
To Soner. In this site main issues discussed are historical ones, not the politicals. And this page is designed for feedbacks. So my opinion is , let's keep the current format. You can comminicate (if you desire)via email. To Norm, I still insist that kumans are descendants of vusun. Maybe it is better to discuss this via email, not this page. If there is online info about this subject and Tarim mummies, please conduct me. Thanks N.S.

Thu 25 Sep 2003 14:12 From:
Dear Soner Cesmeci, I stay away from the politics and any use of history for political ends. In the past, the most prominent traits of the Turkic people were adaptability, a desire for autonomy and spiritual tolerance. The unfolding of the past history shows technical ingenuity, political atomization and intellectual opennes. In the periods when they were suppressed, the suppressors just lost it all in a self-destructing blindness. And that makes the history all the more fascinating for you and me. Thanks, Norm

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