Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said, “These operations have an importance in terms of the territorial integrity of Syria and Iraq. If we had not done this, neither DAESH nor the YPG-PKK would have been cleared. We cannot remain inactive against the attacks.” (News Agencies)
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Because of the conference titled “Why Does the World Need the Khilafah (Caliphate)?” which we had planned to hold in Istanbul on 5/3/2017, but it did not take place due to the refusal of the local administration, Istanbul High Criminal Court No. 30 began to try the speakers at the conference; Mahmut Kar, Abdullah Imamoglu, […]
Exactly 10 years ago, Erdogan, who was still the Prime Minister of Turkey at that time, paid a visit to Egypt and met with representatives of different groups and political parties, as well as presidential candidates, in the transition period after the Mubarak regime, which was overthrown with the Arab Spring.
The AK Party government is focused on the Biden-Erdogan meeting to be held in Brussels, for which President Erdogan has been waiting for months with great hope. Because this meeting will show a clear picture of whether Erdogan will remain in power for another term or not. Erdogan is wondering about it more than the […]
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who during AK Party’s 6th Ordinary Congress of Youth Branches uttered the fact that there are people who try to market their own marginal ideology, their deviant view and their way of life against nature under the mask of modernity, said that “There is no society in history that loses its […]