Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

NSFW- Fire in her stomach, the Turkish Lira is Sick, its Immune System Collapsed… When Turkey Sold her Honor نار في بطنها .. الليرة التركية المريضة بانهيار جهاز المناعة .. عندما باعت تركيا شرفها

 ARABI SOURI OCTOBER 23, 2021 The Turkish Lira continues its free fall, it is now at 9.60 Liras for one US dollar, a record fall from 1.5 Liras for one US dollar in 2010 before the Turkish madman waged his terrorist war on Syria, and there’s no sign of recovery even if the Turkish madman fires […]

Turkey Threatens to Expel U.S. Ambassador for Condemning Detention of Activist

President Erdogan Set to Oust 10 Western Envoys Calling for Justice in Kavala Case 10/25/2021 Turkey (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for the expulsion of 10 Western envoys, including the U.S. ambassador, from Turkey. The envoys represent countries that have made public […]

Turkey expels European, U.S. ambassadors over Osman Kavala statement

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared 10 foreign ambassadors – including seven from Europe – as persona non grata after they called for the release of a businessman and philanthropist that was jailed in 2017 despite having not having been convicted of a crime. The envoys, including the U.S., French and German representatives in Ankara, […]

Greek Heritage Legislators Stand Against Turkey

Rhode Island State Senator Leonidas (Lou) Raptakis presides over the World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association to support Greece. Credit: image courtesy of World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association With more than 200 politicians across 20 countries, legislators with a Greek heritage are taking a stand against Turkey to support Hellas with their efforts from abroad. Rhode Island State […]

Hard to Grasp Relief of Man Holding His Phallus Found in Turkey

The latest excavations at a Neolithic site in Turkey’s southeastern province of Şanlıurfa in the Anatolia region have brought to light a fascinating five-figure relief dating to the Neolithic period. Featuring both animals and humans, the relief is believed to be a composition. The most striking figure in this relief is a frontal depiction of […]

Disappointed by Biden, Turkey Eyes Closer Ties with Russia

Amid the on-going explicit shift in the US foreign policy away from its decades old focus on the Middle East to Southeast Asia to counter what it considers the biggest challenge to the US in the 21st century i.e., China, profound changes to the US ties with many states in the Middle East/Gulf, including its […]

Looters Blast Open 2500-year-old Lycian Rock-cut Tombs in Turkey

Hoping, perhaps, to lay their hands on something comparable to the famed Elmali Treasures, looters used explosives to break through the entrance of a 2,500-year-old Lycian rock-cut tomb in the Elmali district of Antalya province on Turkey’s southern Teke Peninsula. The Elmali Treasures or Elmali Hazinesi, as they are called in Turkish, is the name […]

Excavations at Historic Doliche, Turkey Reveal Ancient Religious Diversity

Located in southeastern Turkey just north of the city of Gaziantep, the village of Doliche (Dülük) at first glance seems small and unremarkable. But it is one of the oldest human settlements in the world, with a history that traces back thousands of years. Archaeologists have been busy performing excavations at Doliche for quite some […]

Dolphin toys with buoy off Turkey coast

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NATO chief says Turkey won’t abandon Russia defence system

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the bloc was unable to persuade Turkey to abandon the purchase of Russia’s S-400 defence system and replace them with systems made by Western countries. Speaking at a seminar in Washington yesterday, Stoltenberg said this is an important issue for NATO, there must be a possibility to integrate the S-400 […]

Turkey saved the lives of millions in Syria’s Idlib, Erdogan says

Turkey’s presence in Syria’s Idlib Governorate saved the lives of millions of civilians and prevented them from becoming displaced, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said yesterday. In an interview with a local magazine, Erdogan added that the international community cannot allow the Syrian crisis to continue more than the 10 years it has already lasted, stressing that there is a […]

‘Turkey’s trade volume with Poland will soon reach $10 billion’, Cavusoglu says

Turkey’s Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said that the bilateral trade volume between Turkey and Poland, which is expected to exceed $8 billion this year, will soon reach their $10 billion target, Anadolu News Agency reports. According to the report, Poland’s President, Andrzej Duda, and Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, met in Warsaw on Monday. After the […]

‘EU should keep promise to Turkey on visa-free travel’,Greek minister says

On Monday, Greek Migration and Asylum Minister, Notis Mitarachi, said that the EU should keep its promises to Turkey as part of a 2016 agreement to provide Turkish nationals visa-free travel to Europe, German Die Welt newspaper reports. According to the report, Mitarachi urged the EU to abide by its migration commitments, including visa-free travel. […]

Early Artistic Skills Amaze at Turkey’s Neolithic Karahantepe Site

Turkey’s Karahantepe site (also written as Karahan Tepe) is believed to be nearly 11,500 years old, and some of the recent finds are truly sensational. Archaeologists have recently discovered early Neolithic artworks that are “crude” three-dimensional depictions of human and animal figures. And what is truly astonishing is that these huge artworks were carved into […]

US warns Turkey against buying Russia S-400 defence system

The US has urged Turkey on Friday not to buy more Russian S-400 air defence systems, warning of further risks if the purchase goes ahead, US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told journalists. “We have urged Turkey at every level and opportunity not to retain the S-400 system and refrain from purchasing any additional […]

Temple of Zeus Gate Rises In Turkey’s Magnesia on the Maeander

Archaeologists in Turkey have excavated the entrance gate the Temple of Zeus at Magnesia. The site of Magnesia on the Maeander is relatively unknown in the annals of Aegean Region archaeological sites in Turkey, but ongoing excavations are making it an emerging destination for history fans. The Zeus Temple was located in the city of Magnesia on the Maeander, in […]

UAE’s wealth fund seeks to invest in Turkey, report says

Investment funds in Abu Dhabi are looking for investment avenues in Turkey, Bloomberg reports. According to the report, the negotiation meetings between the funds from the United Arab Emirates and companies in Turkey have been ongoing for months. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), the emirate’s biggest wealth fund, is among the organisations that want to […]

Necropolis in Turkey Reveals the Iron Age Burial Customs of the Urartu

Excavations that started over five years ago at a Urartian necropolis at Çavuştepe Castle in eastern Turkey (ancient Anatolia) have revealed a multiplicity of burial customs among the Iron Age Urartu people (9th century BC-6th century BC). Headed by Professor Rafet Çavuşoğlu of Van Province’s Yüzüncü Yıl University’s (YYÜ) Archaeology Department, the 25-member team consists […]

Sudan accepts Turkey mediation offer to end disputes with Ethiopia

Sudan accepted Turkey’s offer to mediate between Khartoum and Ethiopia, Anadolu reported. Sudanese Foreign Minister Mariam Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi announced that Sudan accepted the Turkish government’s offer to solve the border dispute. “During the visit of Sudan’s head of Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah al-Burhan to Turkey last month, he accepted an initiative from the Turkish leadership […]

The world’s oldest mosaic unearthed in Turkey?

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UK removes Turkey from COVID-19 travel red list

The UK today removed Turkey from its red coronavirus travel list, allowing travel without compulsory hotel quarantine on arrival, and so easing travel and tourism between the two countries, Anadolu Agency reports. With the latest update, Britain’s traffic light system is now scraped and a simpler, “go” and “don’t go” system was introduced. Starting on […]

Turkey Establishes Command Representation in Baku, Azerbaijan

Armenian Apostolic Church Expresses Regional Religious Freedom Concerns    09/13/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on September 9, the Turkish military established a command representation for its special forces in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. This occurred just one week after Turkey and Azerbaijan hosted a joint military drill […]

1,300-Year-Old Machete and Ax Unearthed In Ruins of Assos, Turkey

Assos is a seriously pillaged and neglected ancient metropolis in Turkey. Many of the city’s greatest treasures today adorn European museums. Thus, the discovery of two ancient metal blades has made the headlines.  Assos, also known as Behramkale, is a small town in the Ayvacık district of the Çanakkale Province, Turkey. Situated among hundreds of ancient ruins this Aegean-coastal seaside resort […]

Has the “Cold War” between Turkey and the UAE Ended?

An Ankara-initiated phone call on August 31 between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Crown Prince of Abu Dabi Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan drew the attention of the broad political establishment and raised questions about its possible implications for many countries in the Arab-Muslim world. First of all, does it signal an […]

Turkey Doubles Down on Atatürk’s Genocidal Legacy

Turkey Flag Cyprus Decision Over Schoolbooks Resurrects Turkish Hostility   09/10/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on September 8, schools in the Greek Cypriot Republic of Cyprus were ordered to remove from a curriculum textbook language that praised modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk as a “hero.” Turkey has […]

Turkey fines WhatsApp €197,000 over controversial privacy update

Turkey’s data protection authority has fined WhatsApp nearly €200,000 for violating privacy rules. The Facebook-owned messaging platform had “not clearly stated” how it would process its users’ data and for what purpose. WhatsApp has to take “the necessary measures to avoid processing personal data contrary to the law”, the Turkish Personal Data Protection Authority (KVKK) […]

Turkey Announces “Crescent Star Compound” for Military

Announcement Coincides with Events Celebrating Religious Freedom Abuses 09/01/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on Aug. 30, 2021, Turkey’s President Erdoğan announced the groundbreaking of “Crescent Star Compound” in Ankara as a new home for the defense ministry. The announcement occurred during the celebration of Victory Day, which marks […]

Turkey Completes First Official Talks with the Taliban

Growing Rapport Legitimizes Terrorism, Jeopardizes Religious Freedom    08/27/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on August 27, 2021, Turkey’s President Erdoğan announced that Turkey held its first diplomatic talks with the Taliban in Kabul, Afghanistan. “We have held our first talks with the Taliban, which lasted 3.5 hours,” Erdoğan […]

Turkey in the Language Struggle with Russia in Central Asia

It is well known that language is one of the main internal determinants of a person’s self-consciousness. The perception is conditioned precisely by language, which sets the vision and perception of the world. Hence it is not surprising that one of the areas of active confrontation between the West and Russia in recent decades has […]

Reliefs depicting scene of Greco-Persian Wars discovered in Turkey

Reliefs depicting scene of Greco-Persian Wars discovered in Turkey – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – Archaeologists in northwestern Turkey have recently discovered a bas-relief, which depicts a battle scene between the Persians and the Greeks in the fifth century BC. Figures on the relief show fighting Greek soldiers beneath the hoofs of the Persian war horses, said […]

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