A man that saved countless lives, inspired nations, fought against the siege of Sarajevo and founded Bosnia-Herzegovina as an independent state.
Browsing: President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Exposing hypocrisy or a fallacious question?
Does the formal normalisation of relations between Israel and the UAE signal a new normal?
When world news overflows with negativity around Islam and Muslims, it is even more important to pause and embrace the moments of celebration.
“This prayer was not only a ritual act of worship but a bold statement to the world of the resurgence of Turkey’s Islamic heritage.”
On the grand reopening of Masjid Aya Sophia, Ottoman historian Dr Yakoob Ahmed discusses the history and broader Eurocentric discourses surrounding the Hagia Sophia, Islamic history and conquest.
Inconvenient facts for those manufacturing the Turk vs Kurd or Arab vs Kurd false binaries
As the world turns its fire on Turkey, it is told you were damned for backing Syria’s revolutionaries, damned for fighting terror, damned for embracing four million refugees and damned for seeking to repatriate them.
Is Imran Khan’s UN Speech a Turning Point?
While many of us in the UK only realise there’s a local election when rummaging through our take-away menus, Turkey’s local democracy teaches us all a lesson.