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The UK’s clandestine negotiations in the Red Sea

As everybody's attention turned towards the security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, secret negotiations were launched in the Red Sea. Failure of the Saudi Arabia-led coalition to achieve any results in the Yemen War led to cracks in th... more

Hajj policies of the Republic of Turkey

A headline that is frequently used as a part of political humor which indicates the Turkish press’ lack of religious knowledge has been numerously repeated: “This year, Hajj coincides with Eid al-Adha again.” The dark comedy aspect of the matter asid... more

The general strike, and people’s demands in Sudan

The people’s movement in Sudan has been ongoing for about six months now. Where are the groups that describe Omar al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan under extraordinary conditions for years, as a dictator, who declared him as a war criminal and want to have ... more

Fortified and weakened identities of the Middle East

One of the democracies presented as a model for the Middle East and North Africa is the democracy of Israel. Of course, what is meant here is not the perfectly observed democratic practices but the observation of its rules. The results of the electio... more

Abandoned Lands: Algeria, Libya and Sudan

The Arab Winter that began in the Middle East and North Africa is getting even harsher. After Bouteflika declared his candidacy for the Presidency, things have heated up in Algeria. Actually, they stir up trouble in the country. The people revolted. ... more

Child crusaders, Dracula, and the New Zealand mosque shooter

It was May 1212. French King Philippe was meeting with his courtiers in Saint Denise. A shepherd named Stephane of Orleans enters the court. The kid says that he has brought a letter from Jesus Christ. Moreover, he also says that Jesus Christ, who ap... more

How should Turkey interpret what is going on in Algeria?

Tensions rose after Abdelaziz Bouteflika who is supported by the West and the military oligarchy in the country, announced his candidacy or more correctly was nominated by them as a candidate. In Algeria, which has largely remained untouched by the A... more

How much is a Kashmiri Muslim’s life worth?

A new conflict erupted while the world was busy dealing with the power struggle between the U.S. and Russia in the Middle East and the big bargain struck between them on Syria. Pakistan and India are on the brink of war. Just like the jet crisis occu... more

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