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...
  No one could have foreseen that the war in Syria would last this long or that it would have caused so much pain to so many people. 200,000 people have lost their lives, 9.5 million were forced to leave...
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,...
While Pakistan's parliament discussed on Monday, Saudi Arabia's request to join its military coalition against Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen, experts feel that it could be a strategic blunder if Pakistan were to join hands. Somewhere in Pakistan, people are discussing...
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...
Two gunmen killed more than 18 people in a terror attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunisia's capital. Libya is increasingly becoming a base from which the Islamic State is likely to launch attacks into other countries. IHS Country Risk analyst...
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 this Op Ed, Harun Yahya says that the Turkish presidential system endorsing a federative system would destroy the unitary structure of Turkey and cause disintegration. Here's ten Q&A which discuss in detail the nuances of a presidential system and...
A new era, a new Saudi Arabia In this OpEd Harun Yahya express his optimism on the new regime in Saudi Arabia and hopes it will ally itself more strongly with other countries of the Middle East so that...
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...
Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite Avec Dialogue Instead of imposing policies in a top-down manner, governments in Europe must develop common policies supported by moderate Muslims - Harun Yahya says in this Op-Ed. The world entered 2015 in a flurry. Incidents are still...
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia passed away before dawn on Friday. UAE President His Highness President Khalifa said, "We mourn the death of one of the most notable leaders of the...
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...
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...
We need international cooperation against any kind of extremism, and in order to eradicate radicalism and its effects globally, education is the most important step -- says Harun Yahya in this opinion piece. It is apparent there is an urgent need...
Harun Yahya in this thought-provoking article analyze scenarios where powerful states use humanitarian interventions as a pretext to protect their own interests.   Events in Syria and Iraq due to the terror organization ISIL have once more raised the question of...
The Position of Turkey in the War against ISIS Harun Yahya in this opinion piece advocates that Turkey should always be on the side of diplomacy, soft-power, and effectively administer an intellectual struggle to defeat the opponents that resort to...
The Syrian tunnel and the Spring When the first spontaneous explosions of the Arab democratic revolutions erupted in Tunisia in December 2010, many were hoping that this revolt might usher in a new beginning for the whole region. When Egypt...
A review of the new executive decision in the Turkish parliament and what impact it will make. Turkey has been on the agenda since Obama announced a coalition to defeat the biggest threat in the Levant: ISIS. The top US...
The UN Assembly in New York considered the U.S. strikes against ISIL targets in Syria. Following various meetings, speeches in the General Assembly and various statements by the Turkish delegation, reports to the effect that ‘Turkey has promised to...
  Wars are not solely military phenomena; they involve civilians, women, children and the elderly, raze cities and destroy the infrastructure of countries. The worst evil is that people treat one another with love-lessness and hatred. In the absence of...
After ISIS started advancing towards Kobane last week, Kurds became headlines all over the world again. First of all, no matter who does it for what purpose, and targeting whatever faiths or ideologies, violence in all its forms, is...
With a new Prime Minister for the country, Iraq needs embracing and uniting policies, says Harun Yahya. Efforts to establish a government in Iraq are still continuing. Although former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki declared victory and his re-election in the...
The moral pattern of politics has degenerated very often over the past six decades or so. Then, politicians and people’s representatives were primarily picked out for their governance skills, civil commitment, moral principles, and human values before other qualities....
A new Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip, not the first and won’t be the last if the political equation in that region does not change. Throughout the previous aggressions Israel launched on the Gaza strip, several military goals...
The unprecedented technological advancements in mass media and telecommunications have broadened the options of knowing what is happening in this turbulent world. Nowadays, people see how terror attacks, kidnapping, bloody armed conflicts and civil wars roam all around the...