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16 May 2007

Greenpeace builds replica of Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat in Turkey

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In this picture provided by Greenpeace, a Turkish villager looks at the replica of Noah's Ark as its under being construction near mount Ararat in Agri, eastern Turkey, Saturday, May 12, 2007. Greenpeace activists are building a replica of Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat, the mountain where the original Biblical Ark is said to have landed after the great flood, in an appeal to world leaders to take action against global warming. Turkish and German volunteer carpenters were building the wooden ship on the mountain in eastern Turkey, that sits on the border with Iran. (AP Photo/Manuel Citak, Greenpeace, HO) AP Story

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That "Turkish villager" is most likely a Kurd. Turks don't live in Eastern Anatolia, they just control it (for now).
BTW, is it tru that the Turks bastardized the milenia-old name of Mt Ararat and call "Mt Agri"?

Anonymous said...

Envious you gavurs are... You dream that you'll one day settle your sad and sorry arses on Turkish land. So, you make up all these badly constructed lies, that Turkish land is actually belong this and that...Dream on sad tossers...Dreaming is all you can do and all you are allowed..

Noel said...

Are they using true measurements and tools consistent with the ones Noah may have used? It would be cool if they are.

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Oz Kanka said...

Is Greenpeace hiding important statistics on the rate of ocean water level rising?