Tag: MILITARY

We are all Rohingya

Do you complain about the inaction of kings and presidents?

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Turkey to operate largest overseas military camp in Somalia

“The fact is, Erdogan has done for Somalia what no other world leader has done in decades.”

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US Military’s control of Hollywood exposed in shocking report

In a recent exposé, the sinister reality of the Hollywood industry’s connection, or rather, subservience to the American Military and Military Intelligence Agencies was revealed...

Unprecedented Show of National Unity Remembering Turkey’s Failed Coup

Contrary to prominent western media narratives, hundreds of thousands of Turks from all over Turkey and from every political persuasion gathered in nationwide rallies marking one year since the failed coup, under a motto of National Unity...

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Turkey’s AK Party ratifies Military Deployment and Joint Cooperation with Qatar

Turkish Parliament Just days after six Arab nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, the Turkish Parliament today responded by ratifying two deals to boost military co-operation with its long-standing ally and brotherly nation. The military deals will allow Turkish military forces to be deployed in Qatari territory and allow Turkish

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Egyptians Attack Sisi’s Coup Regime Over “Economy in Free-fall”

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Egypt's self-imposed president has attracted trending mockery over a televised address in which he criticised the poorest in Egypt for complaining about the rising costs of services. During a presentation by Minister of Transport and Communications Hisham Arafat, Sisi repeatedly interjected before complaining: "the citizen that complains

“Moral Injury” and the pre-emptive war without end

If the justifications for military action against Muslim countries seem weak to non-Muslims, what do those encouraging Muslims to join the military imagine they look like to us?

The “Betrayal” of Turkey

Has Turkey betrayed Syria? The fall of the ‘revolutionary heartland’, the City of Aleppo, spurred arguably more attention than nearly six years of the Syrian crisis. People took to social media, engaged in varying forms of political activism and encouraged spiritual reformation. A feeling of desperation and hopelessness overshadowed many

Taqwa in Turkey’s Renaissance

Dr Mohamed Soudan, Foreign Relations Secretary of Egypt’s democratically elected Freedom and Justice Party, discusses the remarkable story of Islamic Turkey. Follow this three-part series which explores the transitional era of Turkey, from the struggles of Professor Necmettin Erbakan in a staunchly secularised political climate through to President Erdogan and

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Erdogan’s Rise to Power

Dr Mohamed Soudan, Foreign Relations Secretary of Egypt’s democratically elected Freedom and Justice Party, led by President Mohammad Morsi, and one of five members of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Arbitration Committee that arbitrates between members of the MB at all levels of the organisation, discusses the remarkable story of Islamic Turkey.