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Hasan Öztürk

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PKK terrorist organization seeks a way to escape UAVs, but in vain

The unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have become the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorist organization’s “nightmare.” I say nightmare, because recently the PKK terrorist organization’s greatest loss is due to the UAVs. As you know, previously, Tur... more

Why did Daesh occur to you out of the blue?

The first phrase used for the Daesh terrorist organization was "the deadliest organization ever," and the second one was a "monkey wrench."Indeed, the image of a fatal organization was reinforced through the images of beheading, most of which appeare... more

US prefers FETÖ to Turkey

Are you aware? As the darkness behind the internal occupation and coup attempt of July 15, 2016 is brought to light, the U.S.’s attitude toward Turkey becomes repugnant.  “Some American agents who were involved in the coup are currently under arrest ... more

Turkey is in Idlib for two reasons

All the best! Turkey made its second biggest move in Syria after Operation Euphrates Shield. It launched the Idlib operation.President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had told journalists on the plane back from Sochi on May 3, 2017, “If this is achieved, we thi... more

Barzani should be asked: What more were you going to do?

The countdown continues. Unless there is a great surprise in Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Masoud Barzani's statement today, a "referendum" is going to be held tomorrow in the regions held by the KRG in northern Iraq. Not only there, ... more

It is hoped that common sense wins rather than dreams

Couldn’t northern Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Masoud Barzani have been the representative of a much larger segment?Did he have to act like the representative solely of his own tribe and the few little groups around it? And ev... more

Does Barzani have to cooperate with the invaders?

Can Masoud Barzani risk war? At the time I was writing the article, I continued to receive text messages from the region. I guess these messages will increasingly continue until the morning of Sept. 26.WON’T NORTHERN IRAQ TURN INTO A DESERT?Can the n... more

Why Barzani openly risked suicide

The northern Iraq administration is insistent on its decision to go to referendum. Other than Israel’s open support, there are almost no states that loudly say, “We support you.” However, in terms of its calculations in the region, it is certain the ... more

Nuclear war madness and Turkey’s priority

Summer is going hotter than it should. Both for our region and the Far East. Those that are happening in South America (Venezuela) are worth following.As for what closely concerns Turkey…Of course what will happen in the Middle East until the end of ... more

Isn’t the judicial coup in Pakistan very familiar?

Are the incidents we experienced a little more clearer for some of us now?Remember again how a process that started as a so-called innocent “democratic” demonstration in Ukrainian capital Kiev’s city square resulted in Ukraine’s division.That is why ... more

What is being tested at Masjid al-Aqsa

What is the connection between the Masjid al-Aqsa crisis and those who conspire against Qatar? Or, what are the benefits of the current state of the crisis in Qatar and the Palestinian issue and who benefits from it?It’s a very simple question...It i... more

If political foot turned into speaking tongue

We were having trouble figuring out what the price of his sentence would be when he said, "We will be independent, whether you want it or not." Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had not yet become president and was the prime minister.And we had difficulty guessin... more

A few more Euphrates Shields needed in Syria

The Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) has been hitting the People’s Protection Units (YPG) terror organization’s positions in Afrin, Syria, with Fırtına howitzers for the last few days. Military mobility has climbed on our border... and Turkey’s land operat... more

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