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Abdul Haleem Noda, the first Japanese Muslim

With the beginning of the era of Japanese Renaissance, known as the era of Meiji, started in 1868, there were only two countries in...

Turkey plans to repair dozens of mosques in Syria

Turkey’s Diyanet Foundation plans to repair dozens of mosques in Syria that were heavily damaged in the ongoing war, according to the head of...

What are the benefits of Kurdistan self-rule in the 21st century?

As the Kurdistan Region has announced its intentions to hold a referendum this year, the Kurdish Lobby Australia (KLA) published a 16-point report summarizing...

“Hey murderer Assad, how are you going to escape from their...

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed the Syrian regime for the deadly chemical weapons attack that killed scores of people including children, calling President...

149 Indonesians Deported from Turkey for attempting to join Islamic State

Turkey has deported 149 Indonesians since the start of the year on suspicion of trying to cross into Syria to join Islamic State, according...

As Syrian conflict enters its seventh year, Assad’s future is the...

As Syrian conflict enters its seventh year, Assad's future is the sticking point Abdullah Yusuf, University of Dundee Six years ago, 15 teenagers from the southern...

Europe needs to learn how to work with Turkey while keeping...

Europe needs to learn how to work with Turkey while keeping democracy alive Rinna Kullaa, University of Tampere At the turn of the 21st cenutry, it...

The West does not really support Turkish democracy, it undermines Islamic...

In the past few days, the German, Dutch and Swedish authorities have cancelled public rallies for their Turkish citizens on the grounds that they...

Whatever the election result, the Dutch public is dangerously polarised

Whatever the election result, the Dutch public is dangerously polarised Luc Soete, United Nations University The Dutch government’s refusal to allow Turkish ministers to visit Rotterdam...

Syria’s Kurds have ended up at the heart of Middle Eastern...

Syria's Kurds have ended up at the heart of Middle Eastern geopolitics – here's why Clemens Hoffmann, University of Stirling; Can Cemgil, Istanbul Bilgi University,...