Çetin, Turhan
March 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p395
Academic Journal
The Turks in Bulgaria were forced to immigrate to Turkey at every opportunity. However, at times this immigration took place in great masses under very austere conditions. Especially the immigrations that took place during 1912-1920, 1950-1951, 1968-1978 and 1989 may be cited as examples to this. In this research which deals with the socio-economic situation of the Turks who emigrated from Bulgaria both quality and quantity research methods were employed. A questionnaire comprised of 40 questions, prepared with inputs from experts, was used in the provinces of Bursa, Ankara, Istanbul, Kocaeli, TekirdaÄŸ and Edirne on the immigrants. The data was analyzed by using the SPSS package program. Turks have prevailed in Bulgarian territories for almost 500 years; within these times nobody was treated badly, nobody was under pressure or tyranny, names weren't changed, nobody interfered into religious believes and prayers, the schools weren't harmed, people weren't forced to change their mother tongues and none of their fundamental rights of humanity were taken away from them. This governance understanding of Turks is the indicator to the world for being a justice ruler. Our in Bulgaria inhabiting collaterals extremely deserve the same way of attitude.


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