LITTLE BROTHERS OF TURKISH: SYRIACS ( PROBLEMS-EXPECTATIONS )

Abstract

Author(s): Yelda TUTAR SERTER

Themselves as "the most God fearing nation" as defined by the Syrians, the Turks for centuries lived in the same territory.
millet system located within the Assyrians in the Ottoman Empire, they were considered citizens of the Republic of Turkey with the
Lausanne Treaty. At this point in the year of painful transition as witnessed by all the elements in Turkey Syrians, they had some breaks
in the historical process. This break in the beginning to gather around a different identity to create the blown part Syriac diaspora
outside Turkey, chose to remain in Turkey is a part. Syrians and Turkey, the remaining citizens in Turkey, saw support from the Syriac
diaspora Coming up with the problems they encounter from time to time. Assyrians issues that the essential elements of the Republic of
Turkey In this study, the state of the historical process by considering the expectations and aspirations of Syrians have tried to explain
where they came and focused on the consequences of this situation.

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