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Harun Yahya

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The challenge of cyber warfare

With the advancement in technology, the nature of conflicts in the world is also changing. It is no longer the era of conventional warfare. In the last few years, cyber attacks have added a new dimension to the overall concept of war.

April 29, 2016

Change starts from within

A lot of things have so far been written and said about the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit held in Istanbul last week. We are not going to make a new assessment of the outlook and outcomes of the summit here.

April 23, 2016

Resolving Karabakh problem

Having emerged after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the Azerbaijan and Armenia conflict is an extensive problem accompanied by an extensive political background and serves the political interests of certain people in various ways.

April 16, 2016

Free speech or privilege to insult?

Since its establishment, the Republic of Turkey has been always a strong US ally. The NATO membership of Turkey may have solidified this alliance but the foundation of Turkey’s friendship with the US dates back to earlier times.

April 09, 2016

What if Turkey were not around

What if Turkey were not around? What if approximately 3 million refugees faced razor wire barriers and giant walls on the border of another country and were left in the firing line?

April 02, 2016

Don’t give in to terror

Last week, terrorists struck Turkey one after another. Only three days after the Ankara blast, Istanbul was hit by a suicide attack. Within days, Brussels became the target of terrorist attacks.

March 26, 2016

Are we united against terror?

Last week, terrorists struck Ankara once again. The heart of Turkey came under attack for the third time since October 2015. As is the case with every such dastardly attack, civilians were targeted yet again.

March 19, 2016

No religion preaches war

The Crusades introduced a whole-new term to the world’s collective mind: “Wars of religion.” For centuries, every time a new war broke out, it was consistently suggested that religion was somehow the underlying reason behind all the conflicts.

March 12, 2016

All’s not fair in politics

Certain people see the slaughter, terror and fighting going on today and ask, “How did the world end up like this?” They need to have a look at their surroundings, the lives and people around them — newspapers, leaders and most important of all, the language used by politicians.

February 27, 2016

Racism threatening European values

While new attacks and cease-fires are being discussed in the Middle East, a dirty war in which hospitals and residential areas are being bombed and civilians are mercilessly slaughtered, is raging on unabated.

February 20, 2016