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Fountain Magazine goes digital with 92nd edition

The Fountain Magazine, which celebrates 20 years of publishing this year, has launched its digital edition available for iPads and Androids with its March-April issue. The 92nd edition of the magazine features contributors from around the globe including India, Pakistan, Italy, and the United States. It starts off with an article detailing Turkish intellectual and scholar […]

International symposium on the Hizmet Movement and Peacebuilding

HizmetNews.COM April 2, 2013 Rumi Forum and major academic centers in Washington area will hold an international symposium on the Hizmet Movement and peacebuilding, in Washington, DC, on October 24-26, 2013. The symposium is titled “The Hizmet Movement and Peacebuilding: Global Cases,” which will address the peacebuilding efforts/impact of the Hizmet (Gülen) Movement institutions worldwide. Peacebuilding, […]

Hospital to be opened by volunteer Turkish doctors in Ethiopia

A hospital is set to be established jointly by the Marmara Health Federation (MASFED) and Turkish charity Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There) in the African country of Ethiopia, where the average life expectancy in only 40 years. The 40-bed hospital is expected to open on Aug. 1. A total of 50 medical health-care personnel […]

‘Selam’ – We come in peace

EMİNE YILDIRIM, İSTANBUL The debut feature of director Levent Demirtepe, “Selam,” as the producers of the film have announced, is indeed the first Turkish film to be shot on three different continents. The thing that stands out the most about the film is that it is made as a labor of love and with some […]

Kimse Yok Mu establishes town in Pakistan

The Turkish charitable organization and NGO Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There) continues to bandage wounds the world over — this time by establishing the foundations of a town in Pakistan’s Punjab state, the Cihan news agency reported on Friday. Kimse Yok Mu has been distributing food and other humanitarian aid items in Pakistan, which […]

Turkish American Society Builds Bridges

The Turkish American Society of Chicago inaugurated its brand new culture center. The event was attended by prominent politicians, artists and businessmen from the windy city. The TASC supports multiculturalism and is dedicated to establishing good relations between the American -Turkish diaspora. Fatih Yildiz, the Turkish Consul General in Chicago, encompassed the philosophy of the […]

Turkish movie ‘Selam’ received with great interest at İstanbul gala

The new Turkish film “Selam” had its premiere Wednesday night in İstanbul and was welcomed by moviegoers. Turkish celebrities and politicians including EU Minister Egemen Bağış and former national football player and deputy Hakan Şükür watched the movie along with a large crowd. “Selam” tells the impressive stories of three Turkish teachers who are idealists […]

Fethullah Gulen will be awarded the prestigious Manhae Grand Prize

The Asian columnist Abderrahim El Allam and the renowned Turkish educator Fethullah Gulen will be awarded the prestigious Manhae Grand Prize for this year. The Society for the Promotion and Practice of Manhae’s Thoughts (Manhae Foundation) announced on Mar. 3 the winners of the Manhae Prize in three categories; peace, practice and culture.

Turkish Cultural Center opens in New Hampshire

Turkish Cultural Center New Hampshire opened it doors at a ceremony held in Manchester on Saturday with the participation of Governor Maggie Hassan, many state politicians, and businessmen. On Saturday, Governor Maggie Hassan joined Council of Turkic American Associations (CTAA) President Furkan Kosar, and Turkish Cultural Center New Hampshire (TCCNH) President Eyup Sener as well […]

Kimse Yok Mu, Doctors Worldwide step up aid efforts in Syria, Palestine

Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There), a Turkish charitable association known for its international assistance work, will accelerate its aid efforts in Palestine by establishing a school and hospital there in 2013, while Doctors Worldwide steps up efforts to assist Syrian refugees taking shelter in Turkey. Palestinian Ambassador to Turkey Nabil Marouf visited Kimse Yok […]

Kurdish Issue Discussed in New York

‘Kurdish Issue’, one of the most controversial agenda items recently, was discussed at a panel attended by academics and journalists in New York. Among the keynote speakers of the event were Mucait Bilici from John Jay College and the journalist-author Mustafa Akyol. Mustafa Akyol as the first speaker of the series recalled that it was […]

Abrahamic Faith Leaders on Significance of Coexistence

Christians, Jews and Muslims came together to discuss the significance of pluralism and coexistence at Abrahamic Dinner by Niagara Foundation in Chicago. The annual held dinner took place at the newly-launched building of TASC (Turkish American Society of Chicago). Niagara Foundation President Serif Soydan delivered the opening speech of the night and left the stage to the […]

Irmak TV starts broadcast

New television channel Irmak TV began broadcasting on Thursday night in a magnificent ceremony with blessings from senior Turkish officials, journalists and public figures. The TV channel, along with Today’s Zaman, is part of the Feza Media Group, and will mostly broadcast programs with moral, spiritual, cultural and religious content. Irmak, meaning “river” in Turkish, […]

Nigerien Deputy Ministers examine Turkish Education System

Four Nigerien deputy ministers who are impressed by the Turkish schools operating in their country have come to Turkey to examine Turkish education system on site. The delegation consisted of General Manager of Primary Education Yahamadou Tehamago Ali, Higher Education General Manager Ali Habu, Secondary Education General Manager Zahari Hima Barkire, Private Educational Institutions General […]

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