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#1 Russian Fellow

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Posted 01 October 2009 - 10:25 AM

According Greek legends, there is a place in Messopothamia (Iraq) which is called "Red Apple Tree" (on Greek -- "Kokkini Milia").(I don't know how it is on Arabic). According these legends Turks will be deported to this place after the destroying of Turkey.

Where is Red Apple Tree located?
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#2 PeterL

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Posted 01 October 2009 - 01:37 PM

Are you sure that they won't be sent beyond Mesopotamia?
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Posted 01 October 2009 - 02:31 PM

According Greek legends, there is a place in Messopothamia (Iraq) which is called "Red Apple Tree" (on Greek -- "Kokkini Milia").(I don't know how it is on Arabic). According these legends Turks will be deported to this place after the destroying of Turkey.

Where is Red Apple Tree located?


The full story has like this:

On 29 May 1453, Black Tuesday, Constantinople fell in the hands of the barbarians. The Greek Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaeologus died as a hero, refusing treasures and lands offered by the Turks.

Constantine, a national martyr, is the subject of myths by the greek people. Stories have been told of the Marble Emperor where Constantinos is said to have been rescued by an Angel and that he will sleep until he returns to chase the Turks from Constantinople to the Red Apple Tree "Kokkini Milia" (Κοκκινη μηλια).

Kokkinι Milia (Red Apple tree) was a region which the imagination of the Greeks placed in the depths of Asia Minor and beyond. It is there that they hoped to push back the Turks, i.e., where they originally came from.

It is not correct that the Greek legend/prophecy speaks specifically of Messopotamia (Iraq). The red apple tree is rather a (legendary) location that could be placed outside the borders of today's Turkey up to Mongolia where Turks are originated from.
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#4 Hellboy

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Posted 01 October 2009 - 02:45 PM

Is it a tree with red apples,
or a 'red' apple tree?




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