• Dozens of US Congress members attend major convention of Turkic Americans

    Dozens of US Congress members attend major convention of Turkic Americans

    Dozens of members of the United States Congress, as well as US administration officials and other leading public figures, attended the fourth annual convention organized by the Turkish American Alliance (TAA), the biggest umbrella organization of Turkic Americans, reiterating the solid ties between the people of the US and Turkey.
  • AK Party-Hizmet clash a blessing for world Muslims

    AK Party-Hizmet clash a blessing for world Muslims

    The Hizmet has proven that one can remain religiously observant and rise against tyranny at the same time. Thank God the Hizmet movement is one of the main actors in Turkey that has resisted the seemingly democratic but actually autocratic AK Party government's lawless policies.
  • To escape punishment, punish them all

    To escape punishment, punish them all

    The Turkish prime minister has decided that if he continues to be angry and vengeful, his power will be cemented. In his latest address in Parliament, he pushed his angry discourse to higher -- or lower -- levels, to make clear that he will not forgive and he will punish. Since he has chosen the Hizmet movement as the enemy, all he wants to do is inflict harm, regardless of on who or what.
  • Where does Gülen stand on: democracy, human rights, and minorities?

    Where does Gülen stand on: democracy, human rights, and minorities?

    Gülen recognizes democracy as the only viable political system of governance. He denounces turning religion into a political ideology, while encouraging all citizens to take an informed and responsible part in political life of their country. He stresses the flexibilities in the Islamic principles relating to governance and their compatibility with a true democracy.
  • South African, Kenyan leaders show support for Turkish schools

    South African, Kenyan leaders show support for Turkish schools

    South African President Jacob Zuma and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta have both expressed support for Turkish schools in their country, amid the Turkish government's attempts to shut down Turkish schools located abroad that are affiliated with the Hizmet movement.

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