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After claiming that a man would meet his masturbating hand 'pregnant in the afterlife' and 'asking for its rights,' a televangelist has set Turkish social media aflame
Masturbating men ‘will find their hands pregnant in the afterlife,’ says Muslim televangelist
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has slammed a recent New York Times editorial as 'shameless,' calling on the U.S. daily to 'know its place.'
Erdoğan blasts New York Times: ‘Who are you? Know your place’
‘They are used to ruling the other side of the world from 10,000-15,000 kilometers’ distance. But there is no such Turkey,’ Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said, continuing his salvoes against the New York Times over the US daily’s recent editorial.
New York Times can no longer rule Turkey, Erdoğan says
About a decade ago, Turkey was widely seen as the shining star of the Muslim world - an increasingly liberal democracy and a booming economy led by a cadre of reformist Islamists united under the Justice and Development Party (AKP).
What went wrong in Turkey?
The June 7 parliamentary elections are being followed with great interest by regional countries as well as Turkey’s Western allies, including the United States and the European Union.
The West’s election forecast: Weak AKP, weak Erdoğan
'The state of world affairs over the past decade has been characterized by complexities that defy easy analysis and prognostication,' former Turkish President Gül writes
The Era of Global Paradoxes: Aspects of the New Threats in the Middle East
Turkey’s former President Abdullah Gül said through an aide on May 26 that he has turned down an invitation from the ruling AKP, of which he was a key founder, to join a rally in Istanbul on May 30, just a week before the critical June 7 general election.
Gül doesn’t want to be part of Erdoğan’s game
Thousands of workers from the factories of car giants in western Turkey have continued their protests, in a rare dispute over wages and working conditions, for around two weeks.
Automotive workers’ protests deserve more attention
Former NYT journalist Stephen Kinzer has said his honorary citizenship was cancelled after Turkish President Erdoğan’s office sent a fax that described him as “an enemy of our government and our country”
US journalist’s honorary citizenship ‘cancelled by Erdoğan’
A consensus is established among the opponents of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) governance
The most difficult vote
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