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Tag Archives: Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
GATESTONE by Burak Bekdil April 9, 2015 Turkey is probably one of the best social laboratories in the world to prove why Islamist ideology cannot be compatible with a culture of humor, dissent and protest. It also offers a unique … Continue reading
WASHINGTON TIMES by Clifford D May December 2, 2014 ….Turkish policies have been aiding and abetting Jabhat al Nusra, an al Qaeda affiliate; the Islamic State, which has turned large swaths of Syria and Iraq into killing fields; the Islamic … Continue reading
AMERICAN THINKER by Richard L. Cravatts November 15, 2014 “What if the Jews themselves were Nazis?,” mused French philosopher, Vladimir Jankélévitch in 1986. “That would be great. We would no longer have to feel sorry for them; they would have deserved what they … Continue reading
WEEKLY STANDARD by Daniel Pipes October 13, 2014 Only 12 years ago, the Republic of Turkey was correctly seen as the model of a pro-Western Muslim state, and a bridge between Europe and the Middle East. A strong military bond … Continue reading
THE HILL by James Jeffrey and Soner Cagaptay September 5, 2014 The Aug. 10 election of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as the nation’s first directly elected president provides significant new fodder for the Washington debate that started following … Continue reading
TIMES OF ISRAEL by Elena Becatoros and Suzan Fraser August 10, 2014 After more than 90 percent of the ballot boxes opened, prime minister ahead with 53.05% of the vote ISTANBUL (AP) — An unofficial vote count showed Turkey’s Prime … Continue reading
Jewish Activist in Turkey Blames Erdoğan’s Incitement for Violence Against Jews as Israeli Diplomats Withdrawn
TIMES OF ISRAEL by Joshua Levitt July 20, 2014 “Things are getting serious here,” a Jewish activist in Turkey told The Algemeineron Friday, as riots in Ankara and Istanbul at Israel’s embassy and consulate overnight led the Israel Foreign Ministry to recall the … Continue reading