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I have no doubt that the author of this article is aware of the fact that he was not in Turkey, and he was referring to the Turkce arkadaslik dating sitesi in the west of Turkey. The article does not contain any information about the exact location of the arkadaslik site, or where it is located. I also don't know what date the sitesi were built in, nor do I know if they were built in the past. But, as a Turkish-speaking person, I am a bit puzzled at the author's knowledge of the region. There is one thing that I can say for sure, though, which is that this article is based on false information and does not reflect the opinion of Turkish-speaking people. I've also been informed by people in the region, but who are not Turkish-speaking, that the articles are based on information in English, which is a language that, in fact, is sweedish men not very common in Turkey, and that the language of the articles is not Turkish. I have received reports of an article of this kind in other places, and the people there have been very helpful, and I believe this is due to the fact that Turkish is the only language of the area that exists in the same way in all the arkadaslik sites. For example, the article is written in English, and not in Turkish. It seems a little ironic, but at the same time, I have learned to live with it.
This article was written by Nadim. About Nadim, he's a professional journalist who was born in Istanbul, and has been living there ever since. He has worked in Turkey and abroad for over 15 years, and for the last five years has been an editor of Turkish magazines. He currently lives in Vienna, Austria. He has lived and worked all around the world, except Turkey, in all countries except for Turkey. He is a big fan of the US, but has no intention of ever visiting there. It's about muslims, the history, and the culture. The article is for information purposes only, and does not constitute any kind of guarantee as to its accuracy or usefulness. This is not a translation of an official source.
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