How important is Turkey to NATO?

US Vice President Mike Pence issued an ultimatum to Turkey earlier this week: either Ankara remains a critical NATO partner or it jeopardizes the alliance by going ahead with the purchase of Russia-built S-400 air defense systems. Mike Pence’s warning against the acquisition of S-400 missile defenses from Russia prompted Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay... Continue Reading →

Who is Bediuzzaman Said Nursi?

“I have just one purpose. That is; as I get nearer to my grave, we hear the sounds of Bolshevik owls (supporters) in this country of Islam. These sounds damage the tenets of faith of the Islamic World. It captivates the public, particularly the youth, by making them faithless. Fighting against them with all my... Continue Reading →

Russia has a big surprise for NATO warmongers in Europe and Syria

Posted in the following is our translation of an article from rueconomics.ru with commentary and notes in [brackets] by Vince Dhimos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2TQ0wAfRts The author of our translated article references the Kalibr missiles that first leapt out of Russian ships in the Caspian Sea and traveled 1500 kilometres to pinpoint terrorist targets in northern Syria. This incredibly long distance surprised and incensed... Continue Reading →

Russia, Iran, Turkey to hold fourth round of Syria talks in Sochi

Trilateral summit between 'guarantor countries' to focus on long-term settlement of the Syrian crisis, the Kremlin says. Russia's President Vladimir Putin will host a trilateral summit with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts in the Russian Black Sea city of Sochi. Thursday's meeting between Putin, Iran's Hassan Rouhani and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan will focus on the long-term... Continue Reading →

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