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Can journalist Fehmi Koru’s testimony be accepted?

AHMET HAKAN writes:

Journalist Fehmi Koru was the lead writer for years in the publication outlet of the Gülen community.

Comment(s) 5/26/2017

The story of three men from Kayseri

AHMET HAKAN writes:

They were three. Abdullah, Şükrü and Hulusi. Three young men with big hopes for the future. All three from Kayseri. All three had studied in Kayseri’s most influential schools

Comment(s) 5/1/2017

The darkness that jails Kadri frees Fadıl

AHMET HAKAN writes:

Jailed journalist Kadri Gürsel did nothing wrong; he did not steal and did not kill

Comment(s) 4/1/2017

Well done you beautiful Americans

AHMET HAKAN writes:

When U.S. President Donald Trump ordered a ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries entering the U.S., you beautiful Americans took to the nearest airports as if to tell the guy off. “If you have presidential executive orders, we have the airport…”

Comment(s) 1/31/2017

The slander campaign against the Doğan Group

AHMET HAKAN writes:

Following the detention of two executives of Doğan Holding, some newspapers and journalists started a smear campaign full of lies and distortions. This is what they say:

Comment(s) 1/9/2017

According to ISIL, we are all infidels

AHMET HAKAN writes:

According to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is an enemy and so is the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.

Comment(s) 1/4/2017

Is there a connection between Santa hatred and the massacre?

AHMET HAKAN writes:

They were so fixated on how a Muslim should not celebrate Christmas.

Comment(s) 1/3/2017

Enemies ‘attacking Turkey from all sides’

AHMET HAKAN writes:

Turkey’s rulers say we are under attack from domestic and international enemies on all sides. They say it is a matter of life or death…

Comment(s) 11/8/2016

Impartiality of a headscarf-wearing policewoman

AHMET HAKAN writes:

One of my readers commented: “A headscarf-wearing policewoman would be biased, because by wearing a headscarf she is declaring her side in advance”

Comment(s) 8/30/2016

Yıldırım more strategic and deep than Davutoğlu

AHMET HAKAN writes:

He was Ahmet Davutoğlu. He had written a book on this topic. He was a professor of international relations. In one go, he could count all the villages in Syria… He once thought no bird would be able to fly in the Middle East without his knowledge. He would get on his plane and visit venues of crises.

Comment(s) 8/26/2016

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