Turkish gov’t used everything to send a message to the masses that Istanbul and Hagia Sophia were “reconquered” The gov’t used a sword, green flags, a sermon, conquest verses, a visit to the tomb of …More
Turkish gov’t used everything to send a message to the masses that Istanbul and Hagia Sophia were “reconquered”
The gov’t used a sword, green flags, a sermon, conquest verses, a visit to the tomb of Mehmed II
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Hagia Sophia: Istanbul revels in 'reconquest' during first Friday prayer

The first sermon in the historic building for eight decades met with joy and jubilation during service that recalled Mehmed II's 1453 conquest Aroun…
SvataHora
When the enemy was about to take over Constantinople, a church board inside was arguing: "If a fly falls into the holy water - is the water polluted - or the fly sanctified?" The Church back then seemingly had no other worries, so they fell prey to the enemy very easily!
SvataHora
A WAR is going on! A day of grief and mourning for Christianity!
J G Tasan
It’s so sad; but then, there’s hope!

I came across about this future event since yesterday morning! More to be discovered via Google search.

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J G Tasan
Novella Nurney
@Ultraviolet

So, Take me back to Constantinople
No, you can't go back to Constantinople
Been a long time gone, Oh Constantinople
Why did Constantinople get the works?
That's nobody's business but the Turks

Istanbul

( courtesy of "They Might be Giants")
Ultraviolet
These days, some social-justice type might complain that's "racist" against the Turks. If they notice. Songs like this are long before their time.
Ultraviolet
The latter being obvious since he's the sultan who sacked Constantinople (aka. Istanbul).