Turkey’s rise as a peace mediator will continue under Davutoglu

Turkey’s rise as a peace mediator will continue under Davutoglu

Turkey’s role in keeping international peace and providing assistance in conflict resolution has been increasing over the last decade. | MORE

by MUHAMMED YASIR OKUMUS

Prime Minister Davutoğlu

Prime Minister Davutoğlu

The upcoming prime minister of Turkey, ex-foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu has put his seal on Turkish foreign policy at a critical time period, while Syrian people were suffering from Bashar Assad’s tyranny and the Gaza people were the target of the Israeli terror machine. | MORE

by SAADET ORUC

Gaza is Ferguson, Zionism is Racism

Gaza is Ferguson, Zionism is Racism

As the bombing of Gaza reconvenes with the death toll well over 2,000, it is beyond clear that the Israeli military is not ending its 7 week-long military offensive, Operation Protective Edge, anytime soon. | MORE

by SHAWNDEEZ DAVARI JADALI

Palestine, American Muslim Leadership  & Assimilationist Strategic Math

Palestine, American Muslim Leadership & Assimilationist Strategic Math

The recent debate ignited by Professor Tariq Ramadan’s letter announcing his decision not to attend the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), | MORE

by Dr. HATEM BAZIAN

Separatist Kurdish politics weakens, unity gains strength

Separatist Kurdish politics weakens, unity gains strength

There are two winners of the presidential elections. Recep Tayyip Erdogan who achieved success in the first round unarguably is the winner of the elections | MORE

by KURTULUS TAYİZ

Myths and lies of Israeli propaganda (2):  “Gaza is no longer occupied”

Myths and lies of Israeli propaganda (2): “Gaza is no longer occupied”

In our previous piece, we explained that the classic repertoire of myths, fallacies, and outright lies Israel’s armies of (often anonymously paid) propagandists spread on our media and social networks fall into three broad categories | MORE

by Dr. ALAIN GABON

What happened on August 10?

What happened on August 10?

The presidential election in Turkey held on August 10 will be called a milestone in a lot of ways in the country’s political history. We need to mention that we elected our President for the first time via popular vote to begin with. | MORE

by HALIME KOKCE

He won in spite of everything

He won in spite of everything

Despite the fact that the some regional and Western countries attempted to punish him only because he uttered “One Minute!”, or started talks for Kurdish “Resolution Process.” | MORE

by NIHAL BENGISU KARACA

Strategy of war, war of strategy

Strategy of war, war of strategy

The agenda of world press is filled by incidents happening in Gaza for the past two months. In fact, the system that was planned for the Middle East following the World War I has become dysfunctional together with the three wars that occurred in Palestine in the last five years. | MORE

by MURAT HAZINE

Why wouldn’t Israel make a permament cease-fire or the dead end street for Israel

Why wouldn’t Israel make a permament cease-fire or the dead end street for Israel

Yesterday, Israel broke the cease-fire and and hit Gaza City with an airstrike. Israel’s excuse for breaking the truce was the allegedly fired rockets from the other side of the wall. | MORE

by Dr. CEMIL ERTEM

 
  

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