Turkish Gay Culture Turkey has got a traditional bisexual or hetero-flexible culture taking its root from the history.The classic gay relationship is between real gay men and bi-curios men.News reports suggest the United States will respond to last week's chemical weapons' attacks in Syria with targeted military strikes. From its ancient cities to the current conflict, here are five cultural facts about Syria. The Syrians About 23 million people live in Syria, and the majority of those people, about 74 percent, are Sunni Muslims. involvement and the growing crisis in the region, most Americans know relatively little about the country or its history.
The proposed ban has caused an outcry in Switzerland, with the government denouncing it as unconstitutional and discriminatory.[Photos: Survival of an Ancient Civilization in Syria] 4.Modern history For nearly four centuries, Syria was part of the Ottoman Empire.For this is a tragic, appalling tale of brutality against small and defenceless children whose families had already been murdered by Turkish forces at the height of the First World War, some of whom were to recall how they were forced to grind up and eat the skeletons of their dead fellow child orphans in order to survive starvation.Jemal Pasha, one of the architects of the 1915 genocide, and – alas – Turkey's first feminist, Halide Edip Adivar, helped to run this orphanage of terror in which Armenian children were systematically deprived of their Armenian identity and given new Turkish names, forced to become Muslims and beaten savagely if they were heard to speak Armenian.