Sub Categories: » HOMEPAGE / OPINION/ MUSTAFA AKYOL
Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
If you really want to know Turkey well, you should know something about Yozgat, the Central Anatolian town just east of Ankara.
In 2001, I watched the Hollywood movie “The One.” It was a pretty mediocre action film and there is little wonder it gets a mere 5.9/10 on IMDB, the people’s republic of rating movies
After Turkey’s failed coup on July 15, the Turkish government declared a state of emergency.
During the relatively calm days of Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice), an unpleasant incident made Turkey’s breaking news.
On July 14, a night before the failed coup attempt in Turkey, there was a political discussion show on Can Erzincan TV, a small TV channel unofficially operated by the Gülen cult
Today is the third day of Eid al-Adha, the “Feast of the Sacrifice.” It means that millions of Muslims around the world have taken the knife in their hands, or more commonly paid a butcher, to slaughter animals, most typically sheep, as a sacrifice to God
Thanks to social media, government secrets are less protected today than they were in the past
In recent days, an impressive article presenting Zbigniew Brzezinki, political guru and former U.S. National Security Advisor, has been circulated on Turkey’s social media
One of Turkey’s most zealous pro-government dailies, Akşam, came out with a bizarre headline on Aug. 30: “The Patriarchate-CIA-Gülen Alliance.”
Turkey has been in a state of emergency since the failed coup attempt on July 15
Daily News - Follow us on