Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

Delusional Israel will target Turkey next, Erdogan warns

(NaturalNews) In the event that Israel would victoriously overcome the Palestinian Islamist political and military movement Hamas in Gaza, it would come after… Source

Turkey Halts All Trade With Israel, Officials Say

The move expands last month’s restriction on some Turkish exports to Israel, as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan steps up criticism of the Jewish state and tries to consolidate support among conservative voters at home. Ankara hasn’t formally announced the suspension and it wasn’t clear under what conditions trade would resume.  Trade between the countries was […]

Turkey detains 147 ISIS-linked suspects following deadly Moscow attack

Turkish authorities have arrested 147 individuals suspected of having ties with ISIS as part of a crackdown following a deadly attack in Moscow last week. Turkish Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya announced the detentions, which were carried out as part of the “BOZDOGAN-17” operation spanning 30 provinces. Between June 1, 2023, and March 25, 2024, Turkey […]

Greek Cities in Turkey

Greek Cities in Turkey

Christian Refugee from Iran Faces Possible Expulsion from Turkey

Canakkale Province, Turkey, where detention center outside Ayvacık is located. (TUBS, Creative Commons) (Morning Star News) – An Iranian Christian convert faces possible expulsion from Turkey and a three-year prison sentence on a charge of spreading “propaganda against the Islamic Republic of Iran,” according to religious freedom advocates. The… Source

Turkey Earthquake One Year On: Survivors Still Living In Tent & Container Cities Amid Gov’t Infighting

Via Middle East Eye When Turkish soldier Muslum Ozdemir died during a military operation in Iraq last month, a troubling back story emerged. He was from Kahramanmaras, the epicenter of the twin earthquakes that claimed the lives of more than 50,000 people in nearly 10 provinces on 6 February last year, and survived the disaster himself. Before long, media discovered that […]

Turkey and Iran sign cooperation deals

Iran, Turkey sign 10 cooperation documents TEHRAN, Jan. 24 (MNA) – Iran and Turkey inked 10 cooperation documents with the aim of increasing investment and economic cooperation and in relation to regional issues, especially the situation in Gaza. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raeisi in Ankara on Wednesday. In the […]

Turkey finally Approves Sweden’s NATO Membership

In a pivotal development on Tuesday evening, the Turkish parliament undertook a crucial vote to endorse Sweden’s application for NATO membership. The voting outcome, reflecting a significant majority, saw 287 votes in favor, 55 against, with the remaining members opting for abstention out of the 346 total votes cast during the parliamentary session. The decision […]

Turkey Approves Sweden’s Accession To NATO After 20 Month Delay

After nearly two years of delays, Turkey’s parliament finally agreed to ratify Sweden’s NATO membership bid on Tuesday, clearing the biggest remaining hurdle to expanding the Western military alliance following the Ukraine war. Turkey’s general assembly, where President Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling alliance holds a majority, voted 287-55 to approve the application that Sweden first made […]

Israeli Footballer Returns Home After Arrest In Turkey Over Hostage Solidarity

Sagiv Jehezkel returned to cheering crowds in Israel, after he was briefly detained for wearing a bandage during a game with the words, “100 Days 7.10.” Source

Turkey Is Sustaining Major Inflation. Something Has To Give

Authored by Doug French via The Mises Institute, Bloomberg reports that price inflation in Turkey was more than 60 percent in September. The 61.5 percent reading was released by the Turkish government’s statistical office. Being on the ground in Turkey for Hans-Hermann and Gülçin Hoppe’s Property and Freedom Society meeting, I can say the vibe […]

Turkey: Police Tear Gas Pro-Hamas Mob Trying to Storm U.S. Airbase

Police near the Incirlik Air Base in Adana, Turkey, used tear gas and water cannons on Sunday to prevent a pro-Hamas Islamist mob from storming the facility that houses U.S. troops. Source

Turkey Recalls Ambassador To Israel, Holds Netanyahu Personally Responsible For Gaza Atrocities

Turkey on Saturday announced the recalling of its ambassador to Israel, and the temporary breaking off of contacts with the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in response to the soaring death toll in Gaza due to Israeli aerial and ground attacks. Israel had already begun recalling some of its diplomats from Turkey exactly one week […]

Turkey Threatens To Declare War On Israel

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Turkey’s Erdogan warns of “spiral of violence” in phone call with Israel’s Herzog

(NaturalNews) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned of a “spiral of violence” if Israel attacks Palestinians in the Gaza Strip collectively and… Source

The War On #OccupiedPalestine Rages On As NATO Ally Turkey Warns US Gov “We Will Defend Palestine”

Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (10/8/23). As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth […]

Ashkenazi Jews descended from ancient Turkey: New research

Ashkenazi Jews descended from ancient Turkey: New research New research suggests Yiddish language has its origins in north-east Turkey Ultra-Orthodox Jews burn leavened items in Jerusalem during the final preparations before the start of the Jewish Passover holiday (AFP) By MEE staff Published date: 25 April 2016 20:36 BST | Last update: 7 years 5 […]

Turkey Cave Rescue: Live Updates On Mission To Save American Explorer

American Mark Dickey is trapped more than a half-mile from the entrance of a cave in Southern Turkey after he became ill on an expedition. Source

Will Turkey turn westward once again?

The path to a prosperous Turkish future runs toward the First World economies of America and Europe, not toward the Third World economies of Russia and Iran.  Source

Oldest Human Ancestors May Have Evolved Nine Million Years Ago in Turkey

Modern humans first left Africa and migrated to Eurasia between 60,000 and 100,000 years ago. But a fossilized skeleton with surprisingly human-like characteristics found in central Turkey suggests that ancient human ancestors of Homo sapiens journeyed in the opposite direction much earlier.  Read more Section:  News Evolution & Human Origins Human Origins Science Read Later  Source

Turkey Plans to Annex Aleppo

August 17, 2023 Source Steven Sahiounie Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced his plan to return Syrian refugees in Turkey to Aleppo. For many years he has proposed a plan to create a safe zone, or de-escalation zone specifically developed to hold the millions of Syrian refugees living in Turkey. The Erdogan plan, dubbed […]

Turkey refugees burn down Greece.

Turkey’s refugees burn down Greece. It’s a centuries old practice used to terrorize the goy.

Egypt-Turkey on the Verge of Resuming Relations

The reopening of ambassadorial relations between Cairo and Ankara is simply one of Egypt’s new diplomatic orientation, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s new course of constructing a multipolar world, which Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed and has actively promoted. Cairo has selected Amr Al-Hamami as its ambassador to Ankara ahead of the annual declaration on diplomatic […]

Turkey increases fuel tax as it bolsters stretched budget

Turkey raised tax on petrol on Sunday to help to fund a 1.12 trillion lira ($42.2 billion) increase to its 2023 budget after February's earthquakes and the May presidential election sent spending soaring. The additional fuel tax will help with a budget deficit that jumped to 263.6 billion lira in the first five months of […]

Turkey vs NATO: It isn’t just Tit for Tat

Most western political analysts believed that Erdoğan’s opposition to Sweden’s NATO membership was only a ploy to garner political and electoral support at home to ensure his victory in the May 2023 presidential elections. However, even after winning the elections, the Erdoğan administration’s position on Sweden’s membership has not changed. The latest incident of the […]

NATO Summit Boosted By Turkey’s Decision To End Opposition To Sweden’s Bid To Join

VILNIUS, Lithuania (AP) — NATO opened its summit Tuesday with fresh momentum after Turkey withdrew its objections to Sweden joining the alliance, a step toward the unity that Western leaders have been eager to demonstrate in the face of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The decision by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a significant move […]

ADRENOCHROME Exposed in Bulgarian Media & Turkey But NOT U.S. Media

[embedded content] I lived in Turkey for several years in the 1980s as a student of the Turkish language, and later as a Turkish translator for American NGO groups sending in medical support teams to the Kurdish refugee camps in northern Iraq from Turkey after the Gulf War in the early 1990s. And while my […]

Turkey Agrees To Support NATO Membership For Sweden After Months Of Resisting

VILNIUS, Lithuania (AP) — NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday that Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to send Sweden’s accession protocol for joining NATO to the Turkish Parliament “as soon as possible” and to help ensure that the assembly approves it. Stoltenberg made the announcement after talks with Erdogan and Swedish Prime Minister […]

What does Sweden have to do with whether or not Turkey will be accepted to the EU?

Political statements made before and after elections frequently diverge drastically. To a casual observer, it may appear that we are not discussing the same country. This is not even a matter of internal politics, where candidates lavishly spread slogans like “power to the people,” “only the people are masters of the state’s fate,” “corruption is […]

A stronger Turkey would not be in Russia’s best interests, right?

Russian-Turkish relations have been on an upswing, some would say unparalleled, since the early 2000s. The latter occurred or may be associated with the change of power in Russia and Turkey, as well as the arrival of two charismatic leaders, Putin and Erdoğan, respectively, and, more importantly, with certain transformations in geo-economic and geopolitical processes […]

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