Aintab


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Ain·tab

 (īn-tăb′)

Aintab

(aɪnˈtɑːb)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1921) of Gaziantep

Ga•zi•an•tep

(ˌgɑ zi ɑnˈtɛp)

n.
a city in S Turkey in Asia. 716,000. Formerly, Aintab.
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The Arabic-language al-Watan daily quoted the dissident-affiliated websites as disclosing that governor of Aintab, governor of Kilis, commander of Turkish Special Forces, Turkish intelligence agents, lieutenant commander of the coalition and commanders of the terrorist groups held a meeting at the venue of the base of the Turkish Special Forces .
The next two pieces focus on Aintab and Jerusalem respectively and how after their conquest they were ottomanized through the introduction of Ottoman administration in Aintab, or through massive building projects in the case of Jerusalem.
France would control the cities of Aintab, Urfa, Mardin, Diyarbakir, and Mosul - all dotted with Kurdish communities living in or around them.
Morality Tales: Law and Gender in the Ottoman Court of Aintab. Berkeley et Los Angeles, University of California Press.
Adila the wife of an Arab rescued Marta and took her to Aintab where tragically she was repeatedly raped by Adila's husband.
Morality Tales: Law and Gender in the Ottoman Court of Aintab (Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ.
In Aintab, an English couple described mutilated Christians walking the streets being taunted by the Turks with cries of: 'Where is your Jesus?
Not long after that revival, another great revival gained momentum across regions of Central Turkey including Aintab, Marash, Tarsus, Killis, Ourfa and other towns.
Adila, the wife of an Arab, rescued Marta and took her to Aintab, where, tragically, she was repeatedly raped by Adila's husband.
As a result, a substantial part of Peirce's study represents a microhistory of the region of Aintab (today's Gaziantep in southeastern Turkey) over a brief, contiguous group of court records dating to 1540-41.