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“Foreigners” are unable to solve the problems of the Middle East as Western states “don’t even like us” but are more interested in just following the cash, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Nov. 27.
Foreigners don’t like Muslims, only their money: Turkish President Erdoğan
Here are the updates as they happened throughout the day that Pope Francis started his historic visit to Turkey
As it happened: Pope Francis in first day of historic visit to Turkey
Thousands are saying 'danke' to Tuğçe, who was killed while trying to rescue two women from being harassed
Germany bids farewell to brave Turkish young woman
In the first day of his historic visit, Pope Francis warned against 'fanaticism and fundamentalism,' while Turkish President Erdoğan slammed both Islamophobia and terrorism, as well as the 'double-standards' of the international community
In Turkey, Pope warns against fundamentalism, as Erdoğan slams 'double-standards'
Turkish authorities presented two Ottoman-themed gifts to Pope Francis during the first day of the pontiff's historic visit to Turkey
Pope Francis receives 'Ottoman gifts' in Turkey
Pope Francis’ visit to Turkey is not only historic, but also timely
The pope’s interfaith dialogue with Erdoğan
Dear Pope Francis, As I as writing these lines, your plane was about to land in Ankara. As an ordinary Turk, and a Muslim, I just wanted to wish you welcome, and share some thoughts about Turkey, Islam, and, if you don’t mind, even about your mission.
Welcome to Turkey, Your Holiness
Following the fall of Constantinople, the Greek Orthodox Church was both protected and restricted by the decrees of Fatih Sultan Mehmed
The Greek Orthodox Church under Ottoman rule
‘I asked one day at school what kind of a coincidence it was that all Armenian writers suddenly died of ‘tuberculosis?’ I was sent home early that day and cautioned not to ask any further questions’
Being an Armenian today in Istanbul (2)
You must have heard of the famous “Pottery Barn Rule.” Accordingly, in a retail store you are responsible for the damage you do to the goods on display. In other words: Once you break it, you own it.
The only way that Turkey and US can recouple
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