Category: Middle East

  • AND SO PASSES A WOMAN’S LIFE IN TURKEY

    AND SO PASSES A WOMAN’S LIFE IN TURKEY

    Note the eyes. They would tell exactly what they saw, wouldn’t they?

  • Cyprus / Turkey: The destabilisation of the Middle East gains momentum!

    Following America’s destabilisation activities in the Middle East, Russia and Israel together with the Greek Cypriots are now contributing to a flaggarant escalation in the region. Source: Oda-tv (transl: Joint military exercises by 3 countries) The Eastern Mediterranean is boiling! After America (Joe Biden’s visit to Cyprus), the Russians are now performing naval exercises between Cyprus and […]

  • WE ARE WITNESSING THE DISASTER

    WE ARE WITNESSING THE DISASTER

    How irresponsible of the prime minister and the general staff! Indeed, it was the height of reckless ignorance. Now it’s zero friends and nothing but enemies for Turkey. And no way out. Due to its cheap thinking and small-minded bargaining, to say nothing about the destruction of the Turkish army, navy and air force, Turkey cannot even defend the borders that its politicians have erased. So a role in a broader plan? What plan? No role, in anything. How Turkey will recover from this domestic and international fiasco is beyond my understanding.

  • UK Parliament votes to recognise Palestine

    UK Parliament votes to recognise Palestine

    October 13, 2014 Media Release Today (13 October 2014), MPs in Westminster voted for a motion, tabled by Grahame Morris MP, calling for recognition of a Palestinian state. 274 voted for the motion; 12 against. MPs on all sides of the House supported the call for Palestinian statehood, including many Conservatives. In the event, the […]

  • Syria’s refugees: fears of abuse grow as Turkish men snap up wives

    Increasing number of women who have fled conflict are opting to marry Turks, many as second, third or even fourth wives Constanze Letsch in Reyhanli, Kilis and Gaziantep The Guardian, Wedding gowns in a shop window in Reyhanli near the main border crossing into Syria. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images Sundays usually mean brisk business for Turkish […]