Western leaders should be pleased that Russia's President Vladimir Putin has been returned to power in Russia's March 18 presidential race capturing 77% of the vote in what appeared to be an easy win for the four-time Russian president. From...
In this op-ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli explores the Hebrew Bible to scrutinize Israel’s claims to land rights of Palestine and Jerusalem. He presents historical and biblical evidence that clear the myth about the ancestry of “Children of Israel” (the Israelites)...
There seems to be only one man in all of America who thinks the NAFTA agreement between the three North American economies is a bad deal for the United States. Which would be a very ordinary thing except that...
Unlike the south of Ireland which broke away from Great Britain in a gradual process that began in 1921 and completed in 1949, the 6 northern counties of Ireland remained loyal to the United Kingdom over the past 477...
Time is running down on the Brexit clock (399 days and counting!) and the default path seems the only way that will allow a smooth and orderly Brexit in a timeframe that could be construed as reasonable to British...
It's no surprise the wheels are coming off in Syria, and in the absence of an agreement between the various parties on the Syrian situation at the upcoming Munich Security Conference, things are certain to deteriorate further and at...
A new report by a prestigious polling firm says that a so-called 'No-Deal' WTO-style Brexit could cost one EU country €5.5 billion over the next two years, as opposed to a Brexit with a trade agreement where losses for...
While UK Prime Minister Theresa May continues to take the path of least resistance towards Brexit (all the while courting and fawning over EU politicians) Conservative backbenchers are said to be considering their chances of staging a coup against...
As European Union negotiators can't see any reason to support Brexit, they will continue to keep the European Union's best interests in mind -- which is to say, they will try to stop, slow, obfuscate, or otherwise derail the...
The People of the United Kingdom voted in the June 23, 2016 Brexit referendum to decide whether to continue their country's EU membership -- a vote won by the 'Leave' campaign with a 52-48 per cent margin of victory. This...
In this Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyses President Trump’s decision on Jerusalem, its illegality, and aftereffects in view of the international community and UN invalidation of U.S. policy on Jerusalem. He scrutinizes the official statement and argues against the...
HOTEL LES NEIGES COURCHEVEL IS AN ICONIC DEVELOPMENT CRADLED IN THE LAP OF NATURE AMIDST THE FRENCH ALPS The Barriere Group unveiled the prestigious new Hotel “Les Neiges Courchevel” on the 16th of December last year. It is a premier for the...
Hotel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes can be summed up as the best luxury hotel in the best location. Since its creation in 1926, the Hotel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes has never ceased to evolve. Initiated by Henri Ruhl and quickly...
With the Middle East and especially the GCC on the cusp of becoming the world's fastest growing e-commerce playground, Ashik Hasim, Partner at Precise Communications/Essentially Precise shares his views on the rising e-commerce trends in the region and what it...
In this Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyses the detrimental aftereffects of indecisiveness and inaction of the international community and world leaders on the world. He argues for a change in the criterion through which people select their leadership. We often hear many senior citizens, parents, and...
When the Leavers claimed victory in the referendum, mainstream media as well as  social media went into a frenzy predicting doomsday for UK. Ironically the similarities are striking – where social and economic discontent capitalised by tapping the fear...
Shifting Balances and Maintaining Control in the Volatile Middle East Very few countries in the world have to tiptoe daily around countless sensitive balances, all precariously maintained in a volatile geographic area. Turkey is one of them and the challenges...
“Conscience” is the gate, the key to all the goodness that may come upon a person in his life - Harun Yahya A man who picks a small kitten up from the middle of the road to protect it from...
Islamophobia questioned: Interrogating one stereotype would help Muslims unfix numerous others - opines Haroon Shah Islamophobia’s apodictic footings in American and Western societies are reflective of its long history preserved in the canons of history. However, its tidal-wave came to...
Harun Yahya in this Op-Ed clarifies a very important reality that the PYD is the Syria branch of the PKK terror organization, with evidence. The PYD is the PKK in Syria, not a representative of the Syrian Kurds. Armed PYD militants...
Op-Ed Harun Yahya highlights the plight of the people of Rakhine -the Rohingya Muslims- one of the most persecuted communities in the world, and calls for requisite steps in favor of democracy, freedom and human rights. The policy of violence and...
Op-Ed: Harun Yahya shares his views on Ramadan and how to draw close to Allah in this blessed month Cars, telephones, computers or cell phones: The technical devices we use in almost every moment of our lives are of great importance...
Harun Yahya opines that the need of the hour to eradicate fanaticism and radicalism of Muslims is to educate the youth based on the true conception of Islam that commands love and peace. The acts of terror and violence that...
Harun Yahya's message on the holy month of Ramadan, where he emphasizes the need for unity among Muslims Ramadan, from whose material wealth the whole Islamic world benefits, is a holy month that is instrumental in Muslims binding together in...
#OpEd  Harun Yahya says it's neither military methods nor surveillance which can eradicate the threat of radicalism and terrorism - but educational policies based on love, compassion and peace, which improve peoples’ consciences and their moral and cultural development...
Op-Ed Fadi Elhusseini analyzes the situation in the Middle East and opines that the need of the hour is a real leader who can take out the region from the chaos.  In the past four years, Arabs have been living in...
“Ignorance and prejudice are the handmaidens of propaganda. Our mission, therefore, is to confront ignorance with knowledge, bigotry with tolerance, and isolation with the outstretched hand of generosity. Racism can, will, and must be defeated.” ~Kofi Annan~ The only mistake...
Harun Yahya takes up the case against Nuclear Energy and opines that instead countries should invest in alternative and renewable energy. On March 11, 2011, Japan experienced one of the world’s largest earthquakes. Like many earthquakes, it has largely been...
In this OpEd, Imran Khan advocates for a stronger cooperation between the GCC states and Pakistan especially in defense and economic spheres. Keeping in view the volatile situation in Middle East and Pakistan, option of "neutrality" does not exist but...
#OpEd: Harun Yahya provides his insights on the Cyprus Negotiations and opines that talks can be concluded positively if all parties adopt a peaceful, equal, and just manner. Cyprus has always attracted a lot of attention due to its strategic...
In his Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyzes the chronic impotency of UN and failure of the Security Council to maintain world order, resolve conflicts and enforce peace. On January 1920, fourteen months after the end of the First World War,...
With the war in Syria completing fourth year, Harun Yahya in this opinion piece expresses his hope that the war will end soon,  and the entire region will attain peace and there will be an amazing civilization built on...
Harun Yahya in this opinion piece says that the current radical movements appearing out of the Islamic geography is because of ignorance, lack of true knowledge of the Qur’an and sciences/arts. Many historians and thinkers refer to our day as...
Harun Yahya explains on the recent Turkish operation to relocate the Suleyman Shah Tomb inside Syria. The previous day Turkey’s military troops equipped with 600 soldiers 39 tanks and 57 armored vehicles, drones and F-16 fighter jets entered Syrian territory....
OpEd: Until there was a significant reaction in the social media the Chapel Hill killings were being ignored. Messages emphasized the hypocrisy of the media that report the slightest incident in the Middle East the moment it happens, but...
In his Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyzes the current security situations and political dilemma in the Middle East in view of ISIS savagery. In June 2014, a major offensive launched by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq & Greater Syria...
In this opinion editorial, Harun Yahya deplores terrorism of all forms and tell us why the media should be used as an important weapon against war on terror. We have begun 2015 with one of the worst terrorist acts in the...
In this Op-Ed Harun Yahya lists the issues that Turkey needs to tackle in 2015  2014 has been a hectic year for Turkey. The unease caused by the Gezi Protests and PKK terror attacks, the Syrian war and the ISIS threat at the border...
Palestine & Israel: Who really wants peace? In both theory and political experience, the credibility of Netanyahu's government has been utterly depleting- opines Fadi ElHusseini A long-awaited peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis has been again grinded into halt. This...
In order to restore the American dream, Americans should become more proactive about the issues facing them, and the people in power should be open to understanding the needs of the American people - opines Harun Yahya. Americans once again...