Discussion in 'Europe' started by Maggdy, Feb 13, 2016.
In my opinion it thing is not too profound and not too long. They conquered only in South-East Europe. They lived in Hungary only 150 years, then the Hungarian ousted the Turks and the Kingdom of Hungary reestablished in the 18th Century.
What???That's a joke?
"Ottoman Hungary was the territory of Medieval Hungary which was ruled by the Ottoman Empire from 1541 to 1699. Ottoman rule covered mostly the central and southern territories of the former medieval Kingdom of Hungary as almost the entire region of the Great Hungarian Plain (except the northeastern parts) and Southern Transdanubia... Muslim schools: In the seventeenth century, 165 elementary (mekteb) and 77 secondary and academic theological schools (medrese) were operating in 39 of the major towns of the region.... "
Ottoman Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
How about this, if Turkey owns up to the Armenian Holocaust of Christians they can join the EU.
And now they own it outright.
Eurabia is born!
Well, let's not go overboard. There are not that many Muslims in Europe. Muslims make up 6% of Europe's population today and it is projected that Muslims will be 8% of the population of Europe by 2030.
Muslim populations by country: how big will each Muslim population be by 2030?
It is interesting that Hungary is the center of this attention given that Huns were a Turkic people according to many anthropologists.
Not just Hungary but also Greece,Spain and Cyprus.
I've been on holiday to Budapest about 15 years ago and I was wowed by the amount of arabian looking architecture and numnber of turkish baths there were there. Beautiful place. I was also amazed at how much WWI memorabilia was available on the flea markets from the losing side.
Let's be fair to the Austrians here. The Turks were ousted with Habsburg help, then after a few bloody battles and the Metternich's Reign of Terror era later the two countries became Austria-Hungarian Empire.
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