Fenerbahçe Worldwide Remembers Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

Commentary  •  Author: Nathan Redd   •   Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Picture

Today, we here at Fenerbahçe Worldwide pay tribute to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic.  After leading a great nation to new heights as well as serving as its first president, Atatürk passed away on November 10th, 1938.  While not all of us are Turkish, we can thank Atatürk for giving us the country that we love.  We take time out today to remember the man who changed not only Türkiye, but affected so many of us generations later who came to love what he created. 

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, 1881 - Forever...

Comments (17)

Seanth1 • 18:03 • November 10, 2009
Nathan Thank you for your wonderful words. I could not agree more.
Temirov123 • 18:14 • November 10, 2009
I agree
cercif • 18:18 • November 10, 2009
ruhu şad olsun (rest in peace)
carlos3 • 18:26 • November 10, 2009
MUSTAFA KEMAL ATATURK A GREAT LEADER FOREVER
REST IN PEICE MY DEAR TURKISH BROTHER
RisingSunOnEurope • 18:31 • November 10, 2009
yea nathan .. real nice words.. thank you for that.. what a great man he was.. rip
nathan • 18:38 • November 10, 2009
I sometimes feel a bit awkward writing about Ataturk because as most of you know, I'm not Turkish. But I love Turkiye very much, and I've realized that Ataturk is to thank for this. He is responsible for all the things I love about this country. Even though I'm not Turkish, it gives me great pride and honor to just to write something small. I owe so much to Ataturk.
fb_fan • 19:35 • November 10, 2009
THE GREATEST MAN IN TURKEYS HISTORY!
Axessinho • 20:42 • November 10, 2009
Greatest man ever.
Fener_eniste • 21:15 • November 10, 2009
I'm not Turkish...but from what I have gathered while living in Turkey and what my Wife tells me about him + what I have read...the man was a great leader.
Ruhu şad olsun.
Axessinho • 22:39 • November 10, 2009
Türkiye'nin asıl sahibi ve efendisi, gerçek üretici olan köylüdür. O halde, herkesten daha çok refah, saadet ve servete müstahak ve layık olan köylüdür. Onun için, Türkiye Büyük Millet Meclisi'nin iktisadi siyaseti bu aslî gayeye erişmek maksadını güder.
eksi • 03:19 • November 11, 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RfCGap0Pic
fener-pnw • 04:13 • November 11, 2009
Ataturk was great. My wife is Turkish (and introduced me to Fenerbahce) and he pulled Turkey out of the depths and made it a great country for women and men. It is great to remember him.
Aydan • 06:35 • November 11, 2009
I'm not Turkish either but I don't feel awkward when writing about Atatürk because he is such an inspiration to me. He is a shining example of a leader he is one of my main role models because I am hoping to also serve in the public sector of the United States.
mehmet • 07:45 • November 11, 2009
wow, I had never heard JFK's speech on Atatürk before... thanks for sharing eksi, it's pretty amazing!
efe10 • 02:50 • November 12, 2009
very nice
d.guiza • 21:15 • December 5, 2009
hey man kurdish there cool but turks are better
GENCFBEUROPE • 22:49 • April 6, 2010
Atatürk must be the idol of the mankind. He is the biggest Fenerbahce Fan. Rest in Peace
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