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Time to worry for German democracy

The great provocation started by the decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem has starkly revealed once more the x-ray view of power relations in the world order we live in. Of course, this x-ray has also shown the entire falseness of the media... more

Bandits cannot rule the world

Bandits cannot rule the world, but unfortunately, they do. Jerusalem's occupation by the world’s bandit Israel is actually proof that the entire world has been occupied, that the bandit is ruling the whole world. Because Jerusalem is the mirror of th... more

Trump’s Iran decision

U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a decision about a matter that had long been the subject of curiosity and announced that he would withdraw from the nuclear pact signed during by the Barack Obama administration with Iran. Israel launching milita... more

We want nothing else apart from the US to stay out of our way

The words U.S. President Donald Trump used in the press conference with his French counterpart Macron about his expectations from the Arab World were like the disclosure of the secret codes of how they have governed the world so far.Trump was explici... more

Turkey has more, not less, in terms of democracy

As Turkey focuses on snap election discussions and the likely candidates have entered the final course with great excitement, drifts and surprises, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is holding its term convention in Strasbour... more

The great regress in the EU Progress Report

The Progress Report published by the European Union remarkably surpassed the other reports in terms of its dose of criticism; beyond criticism, it adopted the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and Fetullah Terror Organization (FETÖ) terror groups’ compr... more

Examining 90 years of the Ikhwan

It has been 90 years since the foundation of the Society of the Muslim Brothers (Ikhwan). A 25-year-old young teacher called Hassan al-Banna, who gathered with six of his friends in the Ismailia province of Egypt on March 1928, set off in reference t... more

Beyond Afrin, let’s see what more we are going to see

Yesterday, in Siirt’s Meydandere village, six village guards were martyred as a result of an attack organized by Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists on a base area that ensures the security of road construction. It is fascinating for the attack... more

Is Jordan enslaved to the UAE?

It would have a particular importance to watch the developments in the world and in the region from Jordan where we were for the “Committee of Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons” of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. This is ... more

The election in Egypt that gives voters no choice

Egypt will go to polls on Mar. 16-18 for presidential elections. I am using the word “elections” only as an expression. Some call the events that will be held on that day an "election," and all newscasts cover it in that way. However, in reality, no ... more

The modern world owes Africa a great deal

Since President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced 2005 as the “Year of Africa,” he visited almost all corners of Africa. He is going to places that he formerly visited as prime minister for the second –even third- time as president now. He is going with... more

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