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Sunday , November 18 2018


Erdogan is not Erbakan – Army of 90s different from that of ’16

WHEN I was writing this article, official statements were released to declare that the coup attempt in Turkey was over. Therefore, I will not talk about the coup and the dramatic events that occurred as they have been covered fully by the media. I will not sell water in the …

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Terrorism requires global solutions

THIS is not the world I have known throughout my life. Warriors and soldiers have always put their lives on the line during armed conflicts and innocents have always been caught up in the crossfire. But nowadays, we are all potential targets of perverted death cults, some supported by states …

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Erdogan II, what next?

FOR the first time in modern Turkey, citizens foiled a coup attempt — a deviation from the usual situation since 1960 whereby the military would overthrow civilian governments within a few hours. The most notable of such incidents was the ‘Coup by Memorandum’ in 1971. At the time, the Armed …

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Coffee of winners never gets cold – ‘Politics an art of possibilities’

What situation led to the recent capriciousness of Turkey? Is it mere coincidence or was it caused by certain inferences and details? Writing a political article concerning international policies is absolutely different from writing a poem, fiction and expressing thoughts and humanitarian emotions. You will be using words to describe …

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Who stands behind betrayal of Syrians?

I AM beginning to smell something nasty being cookedup, which if I am correct, would amount to a betrayal of the Syrian people’s aspirations and a dagger in the back of courageous Syrians who have fought valiantly for their freedom. Signs are that Washington and its allies are taking the …

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Other side of Ankara

THE failed military coup has opened the floodgate for multitude of questions on the internal and external policies of the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Contrary to what Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said that the page has been closed; its effects, even after the prevalence of normalcy, are not over …

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From Tora Bora to Nice via Tehran … Terrorism is one

FROM Orlando in the United States of America to Nice in France, starting from Tora Bora in Afghanistan via Tehran, passing through Karrada in Iraq and reaching the crimes against humanity of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces in different areas of Iraq and the Hezbollah in Syria, the cloak of …

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Follow Houthis till the very end

ACTING in line with the adage “Listen to a liar till his lies are exposed,” the Arab-legitimate Yemeni government alliance agreed to engage the Houthi-Saleh team in peace talks in Kuwait. This happened despite doubts on whether or not the coup plotters will be favorably disposed to find a lasting …

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Ingenuity of infidels and atrocities of the Faithful

DURING Ramadan — the month when the Holy Quran descended and the best month according to many verses of the Holy Quran and the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) — successive events trapped us and left us so frustrated. We lead a life that fills our ears with prayers as …

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V4 a brand for success

On July 1, Poland took over the one-year presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4), Central Europe’s chief organization of regional cooperation consisting of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. 25 years after the establishment of the V4, which set itself the goal of making our countries part of Euro-Atlantic …

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