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Is the Destruction of Turkey Imminent?

The recent suicide attack at Suruc, a border town with Syria that killed 32 young activists should be an eye opener for the Turks and while sitting on the hinterlands of the phenomenon that calls itself ironically the so called Islamic State or IS, it was long time forthcoming. 1,409 more words


The price of Turkey's involvement against ISIS

Turkish “sources” told the Hürriyet Daily News that the deal giving the US and its coalition partners the right to use Incirlik Air Base to stage manned sorties against ISIS in Syria (they were already allowed to use it for unmanned missions) includes… 805 more words


Suruc Suicide Bomber Trained by ISIS in Syria

The deadly suicide bombing on July 20th in Suruç, Turkey which left 32 young activists dead and dozens of others severely wounded has shaken the country. 604 more words


Σουρούτς: Σήμερα θρηνούμε, αύριο ξαναχτίζουμε

Το κείμενο που ακολουθεί προέρχεται από την ιστοσελίδα roarmag.org και αφορά το νέο χτύπημα που δέχθηκε το κίνημα αλληλεγγύης του κουρδικού αγώνα στη Ροζάβα, μετά την επίθεση αυτοκτονίας που φέρεται να πραγματοποίησε μέλος του Ισλαμικού Κράτους στο πολιτιστικό κέντρο “Αμάρα” της νοτιοανατολικής Τουρκίας. 29 more words


Tayyip Erdogan and ISIS: Brothers In Arms

Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said after the ISIS bombing in Suruç this weekend that “We need to condemn terrorism wherever it comes from.” This is an interesting statement considering the recent history of this president and the actions of his Islamist government. 666 more words


Ermenistan'da Gül gelecek beklentisi var

Türk-Ermeni ilişkileri açısından çok önemli bir dönem içinde bulunuyoruz. Gelişmeleri yakından takip edenlerin zihninde kuşkusuz “acaba bu sefer somut bir şey çıkar mı?” sorusu var. 1,206 more words

Türkiye Ermenistan İlişkileri

From Football to Industrial Football to Political Football: The Slow Death of Ankara’s Sekerspor

On July 1, 2015 a strange new team appeared on the Turkish Football scene. The team is Turanspor, taking their name from “Turan”—a geographic area of central Asia… 993 more words