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Remembering Morsi on the third anniversary of his death

Mohamed Morsi, the only elected president in Egypt’s history, fell in the courtroom and passed from this mortal world into eternity exactly three years ago yesterday. On the occasion of his third death anniversary, similar to the previous year, Morsi... more

The dirty ties exposed by Turkey’s Syria operations

The operations in Syria that Turkey had launched 6 years ago paved the way for a solution that has bore positive fruits for the whole world, regardless of what anyone might say. Turkey was always asking for this solution but could not get the support... more

How many Eids have passed since the Tadamon massacre?

Having come to the end of yet another Ramadan, a month of mercy, abundance, contemplation, and self-contemplation, we have reached Eid. In other words, we have reached the starting point, which is where we remove all the distances separating us, wher... more

Is Afghanistan of no concern whatsoever to the Muslim world?

The armies established on the fortunes of the United States collapsing as soon as God’s own country withdraws could be interpreted as the infallible power of America. In other words, some believe that myriad regimes, which have various institutions a... more

What is Turkey's role as Afghans make their exodus?

Increasing debates on refugees are gaining new momentum as fresh images exhibit the irregular Afghan influx into Turkey. This reveals how unprepared we are, even though reality afforded us more than ample time. Our irregular migration and refugee pol... more

The one thousand and one faces of coups

The debate over whether what happened in Tunisia was a coup or not seems pointless when viewed from Turkey. After all, we are a generation that is familiar with the blows that can take different shapes, under so many guises, and the many faces it wea... more

Refugee solidarity and the spirit of Eid al-Adha

Eid al-Adha (The Feat of the Sacrifice) is in fact a pilgrimage celebration. Eid al-Adha, the sacrifice, in addition to all the acts of worship involved in the pilgrimage, represents so many aspects such as getting closer to God through worship, and ... more

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