“It doesn’t matter whether it is Syria or Medina, I will fight anywhere because I believe in jihad,” suspected terrorist Celil Çelik said in court.
Whether rich or poor, staunchly secular or devoutly Muslim, these days most Turks are preoccupied with Jerusalem’s destiny.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was a reckless move that could lead the Middle East into more chaos.
After almost a year in office, U.S. President Donald Trump will unveil his first National Security Strategy (NSS) on Dec. 18. It may be full of bad news for Turkey.
The Latin phrase “Ex Oriente Lux” stands for “out of the east, light comes.” Civilization, like light, originates in the east, just as the sun rises from the East. Light is the keyword for understanding the Orient and the overlapping cultures of the Middle East.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visit to Greece at the start of this month - the first from a Turkish president in 65 years - is still causing controversy in the country.
Five athletes were detained after two were injured in a brawl that erupted during trials for the Turkish national skiing team in the ski hub of Palandöken in the eastern province of Erzurum on Dec. 12.