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Harun Yahya

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A new wave of colonization in Africa

Since the beginning of the 21st century, Africa has found itself in the midst of a new wave of colonization.

September 24, 2016

Sustaining cease-fire

This year, the prayer of the Eid Al-Adha was performed in peace for the first time in 5 years. The 7-day long cease-fire declared on the eve of the feast was a cause for joy, albeit a temporary one, for Syria that has been drowning in blood for the last 5 years.

September 17, 2016

US should revisit ME policy

Vengeance is a strong, yet destructive feeling and brings with it violence and anger, begetting even greater vengeance in return. Just like losing one’s temper, succumbing to the desire of vengeance is often the easier path; except its consequences are more severe.

September 10, 2016

Preventing Syria’s disintegration

The military operation called “Operation Euphrates Shield” that Ankara has launched in Jarabulus and in Manbij by crossing the Syrian border should not be seen as a sudden development.

September 03, 2016

Granting Syrians citizenship

Of late, an illustration depicting the tragedy of the oppressed Syrians has become popular on social media. The illustration titled “Choices for Syrian children” shows two children, whose images have become the symbols of the bloody war in Syria — Omran and Aylan.

August 27, 2016

Turkey’s improved ties with Russia

The Turkish Republic is unique in various ways. Its strategic geographical location makes it a bridge between the East and the West. It is perhaps the only country that is situated at the intersection of the East and the West.

August 20, 2016

Helping relief organizations

Many readers might think that the title of the article is incorrect and it should have been “What can relief organizations do for people?”

August 13, 2016

A day that changed Turkey

Unity means strength. Nations or societies that lose their sense of unity are always susceptible to disorder and external instigation.

July 30, 2016

Democracy wins in Turkey

A military coup is a betrayal of not only democracy but also of the very existence, honor, dignity, intelligence and values of a nation. Coups know no respect or compassion and offer nothing but oppression, hatred and military power. It is dark, gloomy and intimidating.

July 23, 2016

Remnants of communism in Europe

Many people are finding it difficult to understand the egoistic, egocentric and calculating culture that is becoming increasingly prevalent in some countries in the European Union, which is supposed to be the world’s most modern, humanist and sharing community.

July 16, 2016