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Eda Ece’s love for Atatürk

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Today, October 29 is the 97th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic. Like many famous names, Eda Ece celebrates this meaningful holiday with her posts on social media… The actress who gave life to the character of Yıldız in the Forbidden Fruit series expressed her gratitude to the great leader Atatürk, who gave him the right to live freely.

Eda Ece, who posted an emotional message on her Instagram account on the occasion of the Republic Day, also wrote to mind with the following words: “Today, as a modern Turkish woman, if I live freely in my favorite country, this is the signature of Atatürk. Thank you Atam. You gave us this homeland we love as much as our life. Some debts are not paid. We are forever grateful. My ancestor, you sleep well, we are the guardians of the Republic. In this ugly war-loving world, we commemorate our martyrs who gave their lives for the sake of our country and nation from past to present just so that we would not be stateless and sleep well, your rights will not be paid. Happy October 29 Republic Day! ”

Eda Ece, who told about the great opportunities Turkish women achieved thanks to the Great Leader Atatürk, asked everyone to read these lines.

The famous actress also published a short summary of the message and received great support from her fans… You can see both this brief summary and the rest of the post…

Short summary… Read on. As Turkish women, we are grateful! As Turkish women, we are smart and hard-working. Knowledge is everything. Reading, learning is more important than anything you will do in this life. If you live without knowing, learning or reading, your ideas will always be the ideas of others, you will live in vain. You raise new generations with the same ignorance. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my dear father, a serious bookworm that taught me everything, my teachers in all the schools I have read in my life, and the author of every book I read. #TurkishWomen # atatürk # grateful #womenrights ?? ♥ ️