Category: SEMİH İDİZ
The latest survey by the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) on perceptions of Turkey
Around 1,200 Shiites rallied in Karachi on Wednesday to protest the killing of a senior community leader
Category: NURAY MERT
It is sad to observe the tragic end of politics in the name of religion in the Muslim world
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif appealed Monday to Saudi Arabia to work together with his government toward achieving regional "stability", in remarks to AFP during a visit to Oman.
A suicide bombing at the funeral of the son of a tribal leader and anti-Al-Qaeda militiaman killed 12 people and wounded 25 others
With fetters on trade loosened by last week’s deal on Iran’s nuclear power program, Ankara and Tehran hail new horizons for possible commerce
The most troubling of the bloodshed were the discovery of bodies of 18 men, including two tribal chiefs, four policemen and an army major, dumped in farmland near the Sunni Arab town of Tarmiyah
Iran’s agreement with Western powers over its nuclear program may be bad for Israel and Saudi Arabia
Attacks in Iraq on Thursday killed 15 people as a senior police officer escaped assassination, the latest in a surge of violence nationwide that authorities have failed to stem.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
In Islamic scripture, the Age of Ignorance refers to the Arabic culture and life before the arrival of the Islamic Revelation. Not much seems to have changed 14 centuries later.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Turkey’s National Security Board (MGK) has not only discussed Syria and Iraq and the Kurdish issue during its Oct. 28 bi-monthly meeting, as it was said in the press release afterwards.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan enjoys the admiration of his Islamist grassroots followers because of his unwavering support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
The interim agreement signed between the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany (P5+1) and Iran in the early hours of Sunday in Geneva is the most positive development ever since 2001, when Iran’s secret nuclear program was discovered.
Several hundred Turks are estimated to be among thousands of foreigners swelling the ranks of Islamist rebels
Long-delayed Syria peace talks due in January will take place without the presence of President Bashar al-Assad or radical opposition groups, France's foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Turkey’s main opposition CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu penned an opinion article for the U.S. daily Wall Street Journal, accusing the AKP of being a 'threat to Turkish Freedom'
Attacks mostly targeting Sunni-majority areas of Iraq killed 13 people on Friday as the minority community shuttered countless mosques nationwide
On Tuesday morning 22 people were killed and over 140 wounded in a double suicide bombing
A car bomb ripped through a packed food market north of Baghdad on Thursday, killing 30 people
A wave of attacks, most of them car bombs targeting Shiite neighbourhoods, rocked Baghdad early Nov 20