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Do not show off in vain Macron, you’re no Napoleon

There is an Emmanuel Macron breeze blowing in Libya, in the Mediterranean, in Lebanon. As we mentioned previously, he is actually acting in accordance with France’s historical identity, existence, and style, but it is very anachronous; he is doing th... more

Macron is like a Charlie Hebdo cartoon

French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to revive France’s imperialist, colonialist past. He is longing for colonialism’s dirty, ruthless methods, massacres, tortures, and its unjust, sly, cunning and tyrannous practices of seizing the wealth of o... more

Justice at home, justice in the world

The 2020-2021 judicial year started as of yesterday. Customarily, the opening, attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey’s parliament speaker and top judicial members, took place at the Presidential Complex in capital Ankara with a ceremony... more

Merkel calls the Crusaders to solidarity in the Mediterranean

German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a statement she recently made said, “All EU countries are obligated to support Greece”; an expression very far from the impartial mediator role she had assumed for some time between Turkey and Greece. Merkel went on... more

Why does the US have a problem with Erdoğan?

I had previously mentioned in this column that the discourse claiming that the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party is the "opposition in power" no longer applies. This is because the national forces that see themselves above the people and laws... more

Being the UAE's friend is far more dangerous than being its foe

Nowadays almost everyone knows about the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) hostile attitude towards Turkey. The UAE stands against Turkey in every field and tries to halt its operations. We are not talking about legitimate rivalry here. We are talking abou... more

Beiroshima, a latter-day Napoleon in Beirut

The explosion in a densely populated area in Beirut, the biggest explosion after Hiroshima, was named in Arab media as Beiroshima. The scene and aftermath of the explosion could only be akin to Hiroshima. The physical and psychological trauma caused... more

Are East Mediterranean waters heating up?

It is no secret that the so-called maritime agreement between Egypt and Greece is taking aim at Turkey and attempting to drown it in the waters of the Mediterranean, as it tries to disrupt the maritime border demarcation agreement Ankara signed with ... more

Muslims’ promise to Muslims through Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia, the Grand Mosque, reopened for Muslim worship after an 86-year hiatus with Friday prayers and a magnificent congregation. The squares filled by people from Turkey and all over the world with great awe and excitement witnessed a historic... more


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