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Sharing personal photos on social media is inappropriate according to Islam, Turkey’s Directorate for Religious Affairs (Diyanet) has announced.
A recent attack against a church in Istanbul has raised the fears of the Christian community in Turkey, a leading member of the country’s Syriac community said in a statement
Pope Francis and the spiritual leader of the world's Orthodox Christians prayed together May 25 inside the Jerusalem church that symbolizes their divisions
Turkey's 'Diyanet' has urged Sunnis and Shiites to contain the ‘unacceptable’ sectarian conflict spreading from Iraq and Syria
Pope Francis came face to face with the daily reality of Palestinians on Sunday, even touching the controversial separation wall, after calling for an end to the "increasingly unacceptable" Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Preachers' wallets won't go hungry during Ramadan, as they earn huge sums for special festival TV programs
Pope Francis will hear first-hand accounts of the horrors of Syria's war when he meets refugees in Jordan Saturday as he begins a three-day visit to the Holy Land.
Antalya imam Ahmet Muhsin Tüzer, front vocalist of the band 'FiRock' received a mere warning from Turkey's religious body following investigation and will be able to continue rocking
The İzmir Metropolitan Municipality has restored a 17th century synagogue that was about to collapse
The deputy chairman of Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate (Diyanet) has urged Muslim societies to 'update themselves' and 'engage in self-criticism'
An İzmir church is home to relics from the era of Jesus. One of them is the Holy Lance, which is believed to have pierced the side of Christ
Making religious excuses for human mistakes and responsibilities is wrong, Diyanet head Görmez said
The Armenian community on Cyprus has held a mass in an Armenian Church on the Turkish side of the island, for the first time in 50 years.
Pope Francis called for Christians, Jews and Muslims to work together for peace as he toured holy sites in Jerusalem on Monday, the final day of his Middle East pilgrimage.
Bartholomew I praised PM Erdoğan for improving rights for Christians, but said 'it is not enough'
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