Tag: President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

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Shaykh Haitham reflects on Erdogan’s victory

"I don’t think the Muslim Ummah in contemporary history has witnessed a leader whose victory was celebrated as widely as Erdogan’s was in this landmark election."

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An earnest plea to all Muslims, particularly du’āt, to uphold the truth in Turkey

As the run-off vote for the Turkish presidency fast approaches, Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad urges all Muslims to lend their support towards seeking and defending justice.

Latest News News Turkey 5 Min Read

Turkish election results for 1444 | 2023 and what is likely to come

Yesterday's parliamentary and presidential elections in Turkey have been the closest in twenty years; has there been a clear winner, and what happens next?

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Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad says it’s WAJIB to support Erdogan

In this video, we find out why the world's Islamic scholars are supporting Erdoğan, as Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad argues that it is obligatory for us to support him.

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Scholars of the Ummah call for re-election of Erdoğan

Ahead of the Turkish general election on 14 May, fifty scholars from across the Muslim world urge voters and non-voters to support President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his AK party.

Latest News News Turkey 5 Min Read

Turkey recovers following terror attack that left six dead and 81 wounded

Turkish authorities are making swift progress following Sunday's terror attack in Istanbul.

From Prisoner to President: Remembering Bosnian Hero Alija Izetbegović

A man that saved countless lives, inspired nations, fought against the siege of Sarajevo and founded Bosnia-Herzegovina as an independent state.

Has “Back-Stabbing” the Palestinian Cause become the New Norm?

Does the formal normalisation of relations between Israel and the UAE signal a new normal?

When moments like the Hagia Sophia come

When world news overflows with negativity around Islam and Muslims, it is even more important to pause and embrace the moments of celebration.