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Apa yang Telah Mereka Lakukan untuk Umat ini?

Ada sekelompok pemuda, tak perlu saya sebut nama kelompoknya. Alhamdulillah, mereka begitu aktif dengan kegiatan keislaman, dan sering menyuarakan solusi untuk penyakit umat Islam ini di mana-mana, baik itu di kampus, taklim dan juga jalanan. 945 more words

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Erdoğan plan for super-presidency threatens life of Turkey's democracy

By Simon Tisdall
The Guardian

The Turkish president’s attempted power-grab is slated from within his own party as divisions between the country’s executive and legislature deepen… 947 more words

Turkish Cartoonists Fined for Suggesting President Tayyip Erdogan is Gay

Two Turkish caricaturists have been fined for insulting President Tayyip Erdogan after a court ruled that one of their cartoons implied he was gay, local media said on Wednesday. 284 more words

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Mr. Davutoğlu vs. Prime Minister Davutoğlu: How much longer? - BURAK BEKDİL - Huriyet Daily News

This is a penetrating and insightful article by Burak Bekdil, in Hurriyet Daily

News, the leading Turkish News Agency. It’s a recommended read. Check it out! 51 more words

Politics

Front Page Analysis

Here are different front pages about Erdoğan-Arınç conflict

The main story is about conflict between Bülent Arınç and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on “Peace Progress With Kurds” topic.  249 more words

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Official in Turkey’s Ruling Party Refers to President Erdogan as ‘Caliph’

CSP, by Aaron Kliegman, March 19, 2015:

An official in Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) caused controversy this week by tweeting that the country should “get ready for the caliphate” and referred to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as “caliph.” 507 more words

Counter Jihad Report

A brief history of Central Bank independence in Turkey

I’ve written a short piece taking a longer view of the ongoing tug-of-war between the government and Turkey’s Central Bank.

The piece argues that current speculation about the Bank’s independence should not be seen in isolation, but considered within the context of the government’s long-flagging enthusiasm for the economic reforms passed after the meltdown of Turkey’s financial sector in 2000-01. 49 more words

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