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Dr. Saʿad al-Ddīn aAl-Hhilālī, professor of Islamic jurisprudence at Al-ʾAzhar University, said that Erdogan’s decision to convert the Hagia Sophia into a mosque is an offense to Muslims and Islam, and every Muslim must disapprove of this decision. He says that everyone must know this is the result...
In this op-ed, the author argues that ignoring the local and sectarian nature of the Armenian and Syriac genocides comes at the risk of having these sentiments resurface again.  He then focuses on how these events tie with the situation on the ground for Christians in Turkey and Syria and the...
The modern world is marked by the ideological clash that everyone is involved in whether as participants or victims.  In order to understand the world correctly, the real sources for these concepts that control this world and their meanings have to be known.
The crisis in Libya has led to an increase in tension between Egypt and Turkey. The relationship between the two countries has been difficult ever since the Egyptian coup d’état in July 2013, except for the economic exchange between the countries which reached 5.3 billion USD. 
In an interview with the Turkish newspaper Ahval in the capital Ankara, Lorenzo Vidino, director of the George Washington University Cyber and Internal Security Program on Extremism, said the ruling Islamists of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey are linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.   ...
Mehmet Görmez, head of Presidency of Religious Affairs, the highest Islamic authority in Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, said that celebrations of Christmas and New Year is idolatry and heretic. 
Dr. Yusuf al- Qaradāwī, head of the International Union of Muslim Scholar has requested the members of the union to convene in Turkey to discuss the crisis that the Muslim Brotherhood organization is going through.
In an exclusive interview to Egypt's satellite Capital Broadcast Center (CBC), Egypt's Foreign Spokesperson, Ahmad Abu Zaid, described Egypt and Turkey inter-relational state of affairs as 'abnormal', stressing that unless Turkey refrains from interfering in Egypt's domestic affairs, a sound basis...
The Muslim Brotherhood leaders must have gone through the worst five hours yesterday night in Turkey, after a faction of the Turkish Armed Forces attempted to topple Erdogan. But the coup d’état foiled.  Had the coup d’état succeeded, Muslim brotherhood leaders, who Erdogan had granted exile,...
Turkey Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım announced that Ankara aims to normalize its relations with Russia, Egypt, and other neighborhood countries around the Mediterranean the Black Sea. Commenting on Turkey's stance over the ouster of president Muhammad Mursi, Yıldırım said, “there "is no obstacle...

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