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Unregistered
17-12-09, 23:47
Tuwende UAA bash bettidiki bugun chiqqan Englische maqalining bir qismini terjime qilip qoydum. Bu maqaligha qarighanda u 22 kishining ehwali nayiti heterlik ehwalda iken. Helqaraliq insan heqliri teshkilatlirimu ensirewetiptu, emma biz anche ensirimigendek hazirghiche birer adem iwetilmiginige qarighanda. Teshkilatlar uchun buningdinmu muhim bir ish bolup baqqanmu tarihta? Yaki mining chushinishimde hataliq barmuya?

Terjimisini Englische esli tikistining ayighida.

“Cambodia has in the past made a strong effort to protect refugees, but there are also clear cases where asylum seekers from countries that Cambodia has a close political and economic relationship with, such as China and Vietnam, have been repatriated to face persecution,” Sara Colm, a researcher on Cambodia with Human Rights Watch, told IRIN.

And at least four Chinese asylum seekers under the protection of UNHCR were arrested in Phnom Penh in 2002 and 2004 and sent back to China, Colm added.

China is a major donor to impoverished Cambodia, and rights groups say they fear the country will acquiesce to pressure from Beijing to return the Uyghurs.

Human Rights Watch teshkilatining Kambodja tetqiqatchisining eytishiche Kambodja burun refugilarni qoghdash uchun tirishchanliq qilghan waqitlirimu bolghan, emma Kombodja bilen yeqin siyasi we ihtizadi munasiwiti bar dowletlerdin, meslen Hittay we Vietnamdin kelgen refujilarni qayturwetken waqitlirimu bolghan.

panaliq tilep BDT ning qoghdishi astida turiwatqan hittay gerejdanidin az digende 4 kishi 2002-yili we 2004-yili hittaygha qayturilghan.

Hittay namrat Kambodjani ihtizadi yardem bilen teminleydighan asasliq dowlet. Insan heqliri teshkilatliri bu dowlet hittaydin kelgen besimgha basj igip Uyghurlarni qayturip berishi mumkin dep ensirimekte.

Unregistered
17-12-09, 23:49
Uyghurchisi


Human Rights Watch teshkilatining Kambodja tetqiqatchisining eytishiche Kambodja burun refugilarni qoghdash uchun tirishchanliq qilghan waqitlirimu bolghan, emma Kombodja bilen yeqin siyasi we ihtizadi munasiwiti bar dowletlerdin, meslen Hittay we Vietnamdin kelgen refujilarni qayturwetken waqitlirimu bolghan.

panaliq tilep BDT ning qoghdishi astida turiwatqan hittay gerejdanidin az digende 4 kishi 2002-yili we 2004-yili hittaygha qayturilghan.

Hittay namrat Kambodjani ihtizadi yardem bilen teminleydighan asasliq dowlet. Insan heqliri teshkilatliri bu dowlet hittaydin kelgen besimgha basj igip Uyghurlarni qayturip berishi mumkin dep ensirimekte.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 14:09
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20091218/wl_asia_afp/chinacambodiarefugeesuighursrightsus_2009121818510 1

Unregistered
18-12-09, 15:43
Bu Ughurlarni qutuldurup qalilighudek amal yoqma? Pul yeghiwatqan eduqqu. Nimiler bolup ketiwatidu. Hey ademler birsini tillang dise dargha asiwetidighandek bolup kettettinglar bu temigha nime uchun pikir birelmeysiler? Amerkilik itlar chilikmu hoquq yoq ademler ikenmiz. Bularni qayturiwetse bashqilargha ibret qelish uchun choqum wehshilerche jazalaydu. Hittayning qoligha qayturush doazaqqa yolgha selip qoyghan bilen barawer. Biz qelinship ketken insanlar yene tehi yengi-yilni tebriklep ussul oyniship ozimizni ozimiz barikalla, mashalla dep mahtiship yuriweremduq tehi. Ichimde bir ot lawuldap koyiwatqandek his qelip ketiwatimen.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 15:44
Bu Uyghurlarni dimekchi edim.




Bu Ughurlarni qutuldurup qalilighudek amal yoqma? Pul yeghiwatqan eduqqu. Nimiler bolup ketiwatidu. Hey ademler birsini tillang dise dargha asiwetidighandek bolup kettettinglar bu temigha nime uchun pikir birelmeysiler? Amerkilik itlar chilikmu hoquq yoq ademler ikenmiz. Bularni qayturiwetse bashqilargha ibret qelish uchun choqum wehshilerche jazalaydu. Hittayning qoligha qayturush doazaqqa yolgha selip qoyghan bilen barawer. Biz qelinship ketken insanlar yene tehi yengi-yilni tebriklep ussul oyniship ozimizni ozimiz barikalla, mashalla dep mahtiship yuriweremduq tehi. Ichimde bir ot lawuldap koyiwatqandek his qelip ketiwatimen.

Turdi Ghoja
18-12-09, 16:11
I posted this message hoping to build public pressure on the organizations. I can hardly contain my rage right now, because this is something could easily been avoided if we had the minimum level of common sense and knowledge of international politics. Thanks God, the decisions these organizations usually make do not have sonsequences on people's lives. Unfortunately, in this case it did, and it was deadly.

Turdi


Tuwende UAA bash bettidiki bugun chiqqan Englische maqalining bir qismini terjime qilip qoydum. Bu maqaligha qarighanda u 22 kishining ehwali nayiti heterlik ehwalda iken. Helqaraliq insan heqliri teshkilatlirimu ensirewetiptu, emma biz anche ensirimigendek hazirghiche birer adem iwetilmiginige qarighanda. Teshkilatlar uchun buningdinmu muhim bir ish bolup baqqanmu tarihta? Yaki mining chushinishimde hataliq barmuya?

Terjimisini Englische esli tikistining ayighida.

“Cambodia has in the past made a strong effort to protect refugees, but there are also clear cases where asylum seekers from countries that Cambodia has a close political and economic relationship with, such as China and Vietnam, have been repatriated to face persecution,” Sara Colm, a researcher on Cambodia with Human Rights Watch, told IRIN.

And at least four Chinese asylum seekers under the protection of UNHCR were arrested in Phnom Penh in 2002 and 2004 and sent back to China, Colm added.

China is a major donor to impoverished Cambodia, and rights groups say they fear the country will acquiesce to pressure from Beijing to return the Uyghurs.

Human Rights Watch teshkilatining Kambodja tetqiqatchisining eytishiche Kambodja burun refugilarni qoghdash uchun tirishchanliq qilghan waqitlirimu bolghan, emma Kombodja bilen yeqin siyasi we ihtizadi munasiwiti bar dowletlerdin, meslen Hittay we Vietnamdin kelgen refujilarni qayturwetken waqitlirimu bolghan.

panaliq tilep BDT ning qoghdishi astida turiwatqan hittay gerejdanidin az digende 4 kishi 2002-yili we 2004-yili hittaygha qayturilghan.

Hittay namrat Kambodjani ihtizadi yardem bilen teminleydighan asasliq dowlet. Insan heqliri teshkilatliri bu dowlet hittaydin kelgen besimgha basj igip Uyghurlarni qayturip berishi mumkin dep ensirimekte.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 16:28
Cambodia To Send Uyghurs Back
2009-12-18
A group of ethnic Uyghur asylum-seekers may be headed back to China.


Sent by a witness.

Demonstrators march in Urumqi, July 5, 2009.

PHNOM PENH—Reporters and United Nations officials were waiting early Saturday at the airport here as at least 20 ethnic minority Uyghurs who entered the country seeking political asylum in the wake of deadly ethnic clashes were said to be headed for a flight that would repatriate them to China.


Cambodia’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Koy Kuong, said in an interview that Phnom Penh had determined the Uyghurs had entered the country illegally and would be returned to China.

“All 20 [Uyghurs] illegally entered Cambodia, because they have no immigration papers, no visa. Therefore they violate Cambodia's 1994 immigration law. They have to be deported, because they are illegal immigrants,” Koy Kuong said.

He spoke two days before Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping was to visit Cambodia, Dec. 20-22. Cambodia is expected to sign 14 agreements with China during Xi's visit related to infrastructure construction, grants, and loans, Reuters reported.

Witnesses said a United Nations car was stationed at the airport as of early Saturday. Shanghai Airlines flight 834, which was expected to transport the group, departed Phnom Penh after midnight but witnesses reported no unusual activity.


Cambodia has already received more than U.S. $1 billion in foreign direct investment from China, which in October agreed to provide U.S. $853 million in loans to the impoverished country for dams, infrastructure, and irrigation projects.

The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which operates an office here and where the Uyghurs initially sought protection, declined to comment and referred queries to the UNHCR office in Bangkok, where phones rang unanswered Friday.

Uyghur sources said the Uyghur asylum-seekers fear being abused in China for allegedly taking part in deadly ethnic riots in July in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

Aid workers here said earlier that 20 Uyghurs, in a group that originally numbered 22, had been transferred to the custody of the Interior Ministry and would leave Cambodia imminently on a commercial flight to Shanghai.

The fate of the remaining two Uyghurs—a distinct ethnic minority concentrated in China’s northwestern-most corner—wasn’t immediately clear.


China's demand

In Beijing, China’s Foreign Ministry told a news conference that the Uyghurs are suspected of criminal activities and that the “relevant departments” are investigating them.

“China’s stance is very clear: the international refugee protection system shouldn’t become a shelter where criminals stay to escape legal punishment,” a spokeswoman said.

This week, Amnesty International sent a letter to Sar Kheng, Cambodia's deputy prime minister and interior minister, saying that Cambodia is bound by a 1951 convention barring signatory countries from forcibly returning refugees to nations where they could face torture or other ill treatment.


“Since September 2001, Amnesty International has documented cases in which Uyghur asylum-seekers who were forcibly returned to China were detained, reportedly tortured, and in some cases sentenced to death and executed,” Sam Zarifi, Asia-Pacific director of Amnesty International, wrote in the open letter.


China has meanwhile tightened its southeastern border, Uyghur sources say, and has detained 31 Uyghurs since Sept. 15 in the southern cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou and in the central city of Kunming, either for trying to flee the country or for allegedly aiding others in fleeing China.

Rebiya Kadeer, president of the World Uyghur Congress, urged other governments to intervene and stop the deportations, saying members of the group could face execution in China.

"I couldn’t believe my ears," Kadeer, a former political prisoner in China, said in an interview.

"The Cambodian government knows that China is already executing people who took part peacefully in the July 5 demonstrations in Urumchi, and now they are deporting these 22 asylum-seekers from Cambodia," she said.

"I urgently and strongly call upon every democratic country in the world to stop this ongoing tragedy."


Lockdown

The Chinese government has detained hundreds of Uyghurs, and at least 43 Uyghur men have disappeared in the wake of ethnic violence that erupted in Urumqi on July 5, according to Human Rights Watch, which says the actual number of disappearances is likely far higher.


Nearly 200 people were killed in the clashes, by the Chinese government’s tally. Twelve people have since been sentenced to death in connection with the violence.

Police have meanwhile detained more than 700 people in connection with the unrest, according to earlier state news reports.

Uyghurs, a distinct and mostly Muslim ethnic group, have long complained of religious, political, and cultural oppression by Chinese authorities, and tensions have simmered in the Xinjiang region for years.

T. Kumar, with Amnesty International in Washington, said the international human rights group will press U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration to exert pressure on Cambodia.

Administration officials in Washington couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

“Our main concern is that definitely they are going to be arrested and tortured, and then possibly some will be executed,” Kumar said. “That’s the record of China with the Uyghurs.”

“[Cambodia] is so close to China," he added. "Cambodia, Laos, and countries like that would send [the Uyghurs] back. But this is against international norms.”

Original reporting by RFA's Khmer and Uyghur services. Khmer service director: Sos Kem. Uyghur service directior: Dolkun Kamberi. Executive producer: Susan Lavery. Written and produced in English by Sarah Jackson-Han.


Copyright © 1998-2009 Radio Free Asia. All rights reserved.




Tuwende UAA bash bettidiki bugun chiqqan Englische maqalining bir qismini terjime qilip qoydum. Bu maqaligha qarighanda u 22 kishining ehwali nayiti heterlik ehwalda iken. Helqaraliq insan heqliri teshkilatlirimu ensirewetiptu, emma biz anche ensirimigendek hazirghiche birer adem iwetilmiginige qarighanda. Teshkilatlar uchun buningdinmu muhim bir ish bolup baqqanmu tarihta? Yaki mining chushinishimde hataliq barmuya?

Terjimisini Englische esli tikistining ayighida.

“Cambodia has in the past made a strong effort to protect refugees, but there are also clear cases where asylum seekers from countries that Cambodia has a close political and economic relationship with, such as China and Vietnam, have been repatriated to face persecution,” Sara Colm, a researcher on Cambodia with Human Rights Watch, told IRIN.

And at least four Chinese asylum seekers under the protection of UNHCR were arrested in Phnom Penh in 2002 and 2004 and sent back to China, Colm added.

China is a major donor to impoverished Cambodia, and rights groups say they fear the country will acquiesce to pressure from Beijing to return the Uyghurs.

Human Rights Watch teshkilatining Kambodja tetqiqatchisining eytishiche Kambodja burun refugilarni qoghdash uchun tirishchanliq qilghan waqitlirimu bolghan, emma Kombodja bilen yeqin siyasi we ihtizadi munasiwiti bar dowletlerdin, meslen Hittay we Vietnamdin kelgen refujilarni qayturwetken waqitlirimu bolghan.

panaliq tilep BDT ning qoghdishi astida turiwatqan hittay gerejdanidin az digende 4 kishi 2002-yili we 2004-yili hittaygha qayturilghan.

Hittay namrat Kambodjani ihtizadi yardem bilen teminleydighan asasliq dowlet. Insan heqliri teshkilatliri bu dowlet hittaydin kelgen besimgha basj igip Uyghurlarni qayturip berishi mumkin dep ensirimekte.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 16:56
Dostum qalbingizni chuniman,manmu bu hawerni anglap huddi poq yigandak bop qaldim likin bizning liderlirmizmu hili ix qilghandu,tovandikini pul sanigha qarap beqeng,siz biz bargan pulla tovandiki sandin kop yiraq boluxi mumkin dimak Dunya pulning aldida hammini untulup qilwatidu bolupmu!!!!!!

"Cambodia has already received more than U.S. $1 billion in foreign direct investment from China, which in October agreed to provide U.S. $853 million in loans to the impoverished country for dams, infrastructure, and irrigation projects".

Unregistered
18-12-09, 17:03
xatirjem bolunglar, Dunya Uyghur Qurultiyi Kambodjadiki 22 uyghur heqqidiki gepini aldimizda yighip biraqla qilidu, shu chaghda DUQ din narazi bolghanlarning yüzi qizirip qalar, emma hazir waqti emes ....
Bürkütning könglidikini Qushqach nedin bilsun ?!!!!!

Unregistered
18-12-09, 17:13
22
Uyghur Xitaygha qayturulghandin kiyin uni qilduq buni qilduq digenning paydisi bolamdiken?
yuzi qiziridighanlar kimler?
22 Uyghurning ishenjisini yerde qoyghanlar. ularning hayat mamati bilen oynushup bir ishni bashqa achiqalmighanlar bolidighu deymen. quruq gep satmay emiliy netije korsitidighan waqit. quruq gepke hemme ademning qorsiqi toq.

xatirjem bolunglar, Dunya Uyghur Qurultiyi Kambodjadiki 22 uyghur heqqidiki gepini aldimizda yighip biraqla qilidu, shu chaghda DUQ din narazi bolghanlarning yüzi qizirip qalar, emma hazir waqti emes ....
Bürkütning könglidikini Qushqach nedin bilsun ?!!!!!

Unregistered
18-12-09, 18:00
Cambodia To Send Uyghurs Back
2009-12-18
A group of ethnic Uyghur asylum-seekers may be headed back to China.


Sent by a witness.

Demonstrators march in Urumqi, July 5, 2009.

PHNOM PENH—Reporters and United Nations officials were waiting early Saturday at the airport here as at least 20 ethnic minority Uyghurs who entered the country seeking political asylum in the wake of deadly ethnic clashes were said to be headed for a flight that would repatriate them to China.


Cambodia’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Koy Kuong, said in an interview that Phnom Penh had determined the Uyghurs had entered the country illegally and would be returned to China.

“All 20 [Uyghurs] illegally entered Cambodia, because they have no immigration papers, no visa. Therefore they violate Cambodia's 1994 immigration law. They have to be deported, because they are illegal immigrants,” Koy Kuong said.

He spoke two days before Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping was to visit Cambodia, Dec. 20-22. Cambodia is expected to sign 14 agreements with China during Xi's visit related to infrastructure construction, grants, and loans, Reuters reported.

Witnesses said a United Nations car was stationed at the airport as of early Saturday. Shanghai Airlines flight 834, which was expected to transport the group, departed Phnom Penh after midnight but witnesses reported no unusual activity.


Cambodia has already received more than U.S. $1 billion in foreign direct investment from China, which in October agreed to provide U.S. $853 million in loans to the impoverished country for dams, infrastructure, and irrigation projects.

The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which operates an office here and where the Uyghurs initially sought protection, declined to comment and referred queries to the UNHCR office in Bangkok, where phones rang unanswered Friday.

Uyghur sources said the Uyghur asylum-seekers fear being abused in China for allegedly taking part in deadly ethnic riots in July in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

Aid workers here said earlier that 20 Uyghurs, in a group that originally numbered 22, had been transferred to the custody of the Interior Ministry and would leave Cambodia imminently on a commercial flight to Shanghai.

The fate of the remaining two Uyghurs—a distinct ethnic minority concentrated in China’s northwestern-most corner—wasn’t immediately clear.


China's demand

In Beijing, China’s Foreign Ministry told a news conference that the Uyghurs are suspected of criminal activities and that the “relevant departments” are investigating them.

“China’s stance is very clear: the international refugee protection system shouldn’t become a shelter where criminals stay to escape legal punishment,” a spokeswoman said.

This week, Amnesty International sent a letter to Sar Kheng, Cambodia's deputy prime minister and interior minister, saying that Cambodia is bound by a 1951 convention barring signatory countries from forcibly returning refugees to nations where they could face torture or other ill treatment.


“Since September 2001, Amnesty International has documented cases in which Uyghur asylum-seekers who were forcibly returned to China were detained, reportedly tortured, and in some cases sentenced to death and executed,” Sam Zarifi, Asia-Pacific director of Amnesty International, wrote in the open letter.


China has meanwhile tightened its southeastern border, Uyghur sources say, and has detained 31 Uyghurs since Sept. 15 in the southern cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou and in the central city of Kunming, either for trying to flee the country or for allegedly aiding others in fleeing China.

Rebiya Kadeer, president of the World Uyghur Congress, urged other governments to intervene and stop the deportations, saying members of the group could face execution in China.

"I couldn’t believe my ears," Kadeer, a former political prisoner in China, said in an interview.

"The Cambodian government knows that China is already executing people who took part peacefully in the July 5 demonstrations in Urumchi, and now they are deporting these 22 asylum-seekers from Cambodia," she said.

"I urgently and strongly call upon every democratic country in the world to stop this ongoing tragedy."


Lockdown

The Chinese government has detained hundreds of Uyghurs, and at least 43 Uyghur men have disappeared in the wake of ethnic violence that erupted in Urumqi on July 5, according to Human Rights Watch, which says the actual number of disappearances is likely far higher.


Nearly 200 people were killed in the clashes, by the Chinese government’s tally. Twelve people have since been sentenced to death in connection with the violence.

Police have meanwhile detained more than 700 people in connection with the unrest, according to earlier state news reports.

Uyghurs, a distinct and mostly Muslim ethnic group, have long complained of religious, political, and cultural oppression by Chinese authorities, and tensions have simmered in the Xinjiang region for years.

T. Kumar, with Amnesty International in Washington, said the international human rights group will press U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration to exert pressure on Cambodia.

Administration officials in Washington couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

“Our main concern is that definitely they are going to be arrested and tortured, and then possibly some will be executed,” Kumar said. “That’s the record of China with the Uyghurs.”

“[Cambodia] is so close to China," he added. "Cambodia, Laos, and countries like that would send [the Uyghurs] back. But this is against international norms.”

Original reporting by RFA's Khmer and Uyghur services. Khmer service director: Sos Kem. Uyghur service directior: Dolkun Kamberi. Executive producer: Susan Lavery. Written and produced in English by Sarah Jackson-Han.


Copyright © 1998-2009 Radio Free Asia. All rights reserved.



Yukarki english che hewerdin karighanda 22 kerindishimizni shanghai gha mangidighan ayrupilangha yolgha salmakchi iken, bu rastma? egerde bu rast bolidighan bolsa men uyghurche ismimni yotkiwetimen, chunki men bir uyghur turup aldinki sepke chikkan ashu 22 kerindishim uchun hich bir ish kilip berelmidim. Rabiye animiz neme ish kiliwatidighandu? Rabiye animizning mushu 22 kerindishimiz uchun bir eghiz gep kilghan hewernimu anglimidimmghu!!!
bu zadi kandak gep? chetelde yashawatkan uyghur dokturlar, uyghur alimlar, uyghur engineerlar mushu 22 kerindishimiz uchun bir amal tapsanglar chu!!!. yaki bolmisa barlik cheteldiki uyghurlar birakla cambodia diki UN yaki BDT ishhanisining aldida yeghilip yatayli.
Karighanda bundin keyin ishlar hele chinggha chikidighan ohshaydu, men bugundin etiwaren hichkandek hanzu milletke bir eghizmu gep kilmaymen, meyli ular henzu milletler dost bolsun yaki dushmen, meyli ular ang kongul bolsun yaki yaman niyet, meyli ular compartiyege amrak bolsun yaki och bolsun. bular heddidin bekla ashuruwettighu.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 18:35
ﺧﻪﻟﻘﺌﺎﺭﺍ ﺟﺎﻣﺎﺋﻪﺗﻨﯩﯔ ﺋﺎﺭﯨﻠﯩﺸﯩﺸﯩﺪﺍ ﻛﺎﻣﺒﻮﺩﮊﺍﺩﯨﻜﻰ 20 ﺋﯘﻳﻐﯘﺭ ﻫﺎﺯﯨﺮﭼﻪ ﺧﯩﺘﺎﻳﻐﺎ ﺗﯧﺨﻰ ﻗﺎﻳﺘﯘﺭﯗﻟﻤﯩﻐﺎﻥ

Xelq'ara jamaetning arilishishida kambodjadiki 20 uyghur hazirche xitaygha téxi qayturulmighan

Unregistered
18-12-09, 18:43
ﺧﻪﻟﻘﺌﺎﺭﺍ ﺟﺎﻣﺎﺋﻪﺗﻨﯩﯔ ﺋﺎﺭﯨﻠﯩﺸﯩﺸﯩﺪﺍ ﻛﺎﻣﺒﻮﺩﮊﺍﺩﯨﻜﻰ 20 ﺋﯘﻳﻐﯘﺭ ﻫﺎﺯﯨﺮﭼﻪ ﺧﯩﺘﺎﻳﻐﺎ ﺗﯧﺨﻰ ﻗﺎﻳﺘﯘﺭﯗﻟﻤﯩﻐﺎﻥ

Xelq'ara jamaetning arilishishida kambodjadiki 20 uyghur hazirche xitaygha téxi qayturulmighan

bu gep rastmu qerindishim? DUQ ning gheyret qilishini otunumiz.

Unregistered
18-12-09, 22:25
Silining Dunya Uyghur Qurultiyi hechnime qilip berelmidi ular hech ishni bashqa elip chiqalmidi dep bek narazi bolghanliqlirigha qarighanda ozlirining qolliridin heli ish kelidighandek qilila, qeni merhmet qilip ozliri bash bolup hemme ishni bir qolluq hel qiliwetmemla? Kopchilik silidin razi bolup ketsun.

22
Uyghur Xitaygha qayturulghandin kiyin uni qilduq buni qilduq digenning paydisi bolamdiken?
yuzi qiziridighanlar kimler?
22 Uyghurning ishenjisini yerde qoyghanlar. ularning hayat mamati bilen oynushup bir ishni bashqa achiqalmighanlar bolidighu deymen. quruq gep satmay emiliy netije korsitidighan waqit. quruq gepke hemme ademning qorsiqi toq.