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In light of the recent decision by the Turkish Parliament to allow women to wear the hijāb at universities, a Turkish women discusses her family’s role in Ataturk’s nation building project and the changing attitudes in Turkey nowadays.
The article talks about the current contest between Islamists and secularists of Turkey over a recent constitutional amendment that has aimed at the removal of the ban on wearing the hijāb in universities.
The article discusses the Armenian genocide during World War One, stressing that unless nations are capable of learning from their history and admitting to their mistakes, that such mistakes will continue to be made in the future.
The author discusses the situation of Muslims in Turkey, and the increasing levels of restrictions being imposed upon them.
The Turkish Parliament approved a draft law that allows women to wear the hijāb at Turkish universities. While advocates of the law consider it a step forward, opponents believe that it is a threat to the secular nature of the Turkish republic.
The Western world is distinguished with a very important advantage, represented in the ability to find alternatives when their plans fail to achieve their aims. Western countries, however, suffer a fatal defect when it comes to other societies as they believe what yield benefits to the West should...
A discussion of Christians in the Middle East, their history and ongoing struggles.
The author of the article blames Muslims for failing to establish a fruitful dialogue with the West.
Pope Benedict XVI urged the Islamic world, at his end-of-year speech to the Roman Curia, to respect human rights and the freedom of faith as the Catholic Church had done in the past.
The article sheds light on actors who retired because of wearing the Ḥijāb and their attitude toward art. The actors’ opinions are published over the Internet.

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