Heroes/Icons

Here we show our heroes/icons that are most inspiring for our culture and have brought a certain structure to it.
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1922: Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881 - 1938), born Mustafa Kemal in Salonika.- Founder of the Turkish Republic

1922: Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881 - 1938), born Mustafa Kemal in Salonika.- Founder of the Turkish Republic

Kara Fatma(1888 - 1955) - Was a Turkish heroine who distinguished herself as a militia leader and as a soldier during the Turkish War of Independence (1919 - 1923)

Kara Fatma(1888 - 1955) - Was a Turkish heroine who distinguished herself as a militia leader and as a soldier during the Turkish War of Independence (1919 - 1923)

Osman I Gazi (Reigned from 1281 - 1323) as the first sultan of the Ottoman Empire. He is the one to become the first ruler of the Rise of the Ottoman Empire. He became an independent sovereign in his time.

Osman I Gazi (Reigned from 1281 - 1323) as the first sultan of the Ottoman Empire. He is the one to become the first ruler of the Rise of the Ottoman Empire. He became an independent sovereign in his time.

Talat Pasha - A Turkish military leader back in the First World War, who inspired future military leaders to follow in its direction. He was rather a confusing hero due to its controversy with the Armenian Genocide and the loss of the Ottoman empire.

Talat Pasha - A Turkish military leader back in the First World War, who inspired future military leaders to follow in its direction. He was rather a confusing hero due to its controversy with the Armenian Genocide and the loss of the Ottoman empire.

Turkish Folk Hero - Yunus Emre. Was known as an Anatolian folk poet and mystic. Back in the 13th century, where the Ottoman Empire played a big role, the philosopher was known for his universal love, brotherliness, friendship and divine justice.

Turkish Folk Hero - Yunus Emre. Was known as an Anatolian folk poet and mystic. Back in the 13th century, where the Ottoman Empire played a big role, the philosopher was known for his universal love, brotherliness, friendship and divine justice.

Beni-Amer Boy: Eritrea's Most Iconic Image.

Beni-Amer Boy: Eritrea's Most Iconic Image.

Kebire the father of Eritrean martyrs. Abdulkadir Mohammed Saleh Kebire (1902 - 1949). Kebire's is also known as the first martyr of the Eritrean armed struggle for Liberation.

Kebire the father of Eritrean martyrs. Abdulkadir Mohammed Saleh Kebire (1902 - 1949). Kebire's is also known as the first martyr of the Eritrean armed struggle for Liberation.

Weldeab Weldemariam (1905 - 1995) was one of the original proponents of the Eritrean Independence movement and is considered the father of Eritrea.

Weldeab Weldemariam (1905 - 1995) was one of the original proponents of the Eritrean Independence movement and is considered the father of Eritrea.

Ibrahim Sultan (1909 - 1987). Woldeab Woldemariam said of Sheikh Ibrahim: "90% of the credit of preserving Eritrea in one piece goes to Ibrahim Sultan Ali." He added: “Ibrahim Sultan is a heroic patriot who deserves the praise, the gratitude of the entire Eritrean people”.

Ibrahim Sultan (1909 - 1987). Woldeab Woldemariam said of Sheikh Ibrahim: "90% of the credit of preserving Eritrea in one piece goes to Ibrahim Sultan Ali." He added: “Ibrahim Sultan is a heroic patriot who deserves the praise, the gratitude of the entire Eritrean people”.

idris awate (1910 - 1962) was an Eritrean independence leader. He was the founder of the Eritrean Liberation Army, and is considered by most as the 'father' of the Eritrean Struggle for Independence.

idris awate (1910 - 1962) was an Eritrean independence leader. He was the founder of the Eritrean Liberation Army, and is considered by most as the 'father' of the Eritrean Struggle for Independence.


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