TURKEY

OPINION

Is What´s Happening in Israel a Miracle, or Common Sense?
Is What´s Happening in Israel a Miracle, or Common Sense?
Translation by Janet MITRANIThe supernatural events which we call miracle in the codes of Judaism are especially mentioned a lot in the ...
Şalom Editorial: "We Will Go on Calling for Peace"
Şalom Editorial: "We Will Go on Calling for Peace"
A hope as never seen before would dawn in Israel, on May 5th, 2021.As a result of the fourth elections held in two years, when Benjamin Netanyahu's pa...
Nietzsche´s Perspectivism and the Struma Disaster
Nietzsche´s Perspectivism and the Struma Disaster
Translation by Janet MITRANIIt has always been discussed who really was responsible for the Struma ship disaster that had occurred in the Turkish terr...
Neo-populism: Trumpism
Neo-populism: Trumpism
Translation by Fiona DUENYASYear 1996. Founding partner of famous American TV channel MSNBC Roger Ailes had to leave the network due to allegations of...
The Question Einstein and Freud Searched the Answer for Through Letters: WHY WAR?
The Question Einstein and Freud Searched the Answer for Through Letters: WHY WAR?
In the geography in which they are birthed, war and peace sweep through the lands like winds. The first carries an eternal winter of darkness and cold, and the second, the pleasant joy of spring.
‘Bora Ine Tha Perasi’*
‘Bora Ine Tha Perasi’*
In Osmanbey, Istanbul, on a street opposite of Pangaltı, a mob with one-of-a-kind sticks, approach some buildings which they probably had determined beforehand and plan to enter the houses of Greek Orthodox citizens who had been living in Turkey for centuries.
Turkey’s Syrian Refugees: A Path Towards Integration
Turkey’s Syrian Refugees: A Path Towards Integration
"Our memories are lost. Our lives are lost. They [Al Assad’s forces] not only ruined our houses but our idea of home. Turkey is my home already. I can feel that.” These were the words of a 37-year-old Syrian who sought refuge in Turkey, and now has a home in Istanbul.
The Modernization Process of Turkish Jews and Abraham Camondo
The Modernization Process of Turkish Jews and Abraham Camondo
Abraham Camondo was born and raised in Istanbul as the child of a family descending from the Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain and then came to the land of the Ottoman Empire. He would then become a banker and a community leader providing great services to both his community and the Ottoman rule, up until the day he left Istanbul at the age of 83.
President Trump’s Israeli Palestinian Peace Plan Wreaked Havoc
President Trump’s Israeli Palestinian Peace Plan Wreaked Havoc
A "So-called" and "N / A" PlanPresident Trump’s plan titled "Vision for peace, prosperity and a brighter future for the Israelis and Palest...
‘School of Istanbul’ Manifesto
‘School of Istanbul’ Manifesto
The most important capital market index of our day, Dow Jones Industrial Average Index related with the same origin of the Dow Theory and the idea of creating smart cards based on chips that are the pioneers of today’s chip based credit cards are the two ideas that belong to a journalist. Nevertheless, futurism as in ‘The Manifesto of Futurism’ was first published in Gazzetta dell’Emilia and then in Le Figaro.
Ivo Molinas: "Antisemitism is not Only a Jewish but a Humanity Problem"
Ivo Molinas: "Antisemitism is not Only a Jewish but a Humanity Problem"
Ivo Molinas who was a guest of the ´Gündem Dışı´ program aired live in RS (Radio Sputnik) FM, remarked "We´re talking about a project to remove all trace of a certain community on earth. Jews don´t say ´Holocaust´ to get revenge. Memorials are organized not to forget... Antisemitism is not only a problem of Jews but a problem of humanity."
President Trump vs. American Democrat Jewry
President Trump vs. American Democrat Jewry
Straight ShooterPresident Trump who has no qualms about being politically correct, draws the ire and animosity of "Politically sensitive" De...
Dia De Muertos
Dia De Muertos
When archeological diggings are examined, the figures, hieroglyphics on cave walls are merely one’s resistance to being forgotten and trying to become immortal.
Disrupting the Israeli Coalition Deadlock
Disrupting the Israeli Coalition Deadlock
Speaking of “Mamlachtiyut” / Patriotism Israeli styleThe Israeli political discourse is rigged with petty pseudo patriotic talk and infest...
Notes on 58th Venice Biennale - Part II
Notes on 58th Venice Biennale - Part II
Venice Biennale, despite all the criticism, maintains the distinction of being one of the world’s most interesting art events. Its sustainability, its guarantee as a platform for free expression, its immediate responsiveness to the benefits of globalisation, its combination of high culture and populist tourism in a balanced way, always created a model, imitated by many other biennials.
Notes on 58th Venice Biennale - Part I
Notes on 58th Venice Biennale - Part I
Venice Biennale, despite all the criticism, maintains the distinction of being one of the world’s most interesting art events. Its sustainability, its guarantee as a platform for free expression, its immediate responsiveness to the benefits of globalisation, its combination of high culture and populist tourism in a balanced way, always created a model, imitated by many other biennials.
Shalom Alaykoum - Salam Lekoulam
Shalom Alaykoum - Salam Lekoulam
Translation by Roksi LeventA friend of ours, who learned that we were going to Marrakesh, suggested insistently: “While you’re there, don&...
Why would 71 percent of Turkey see Israel as a threat?
Why would 71 percent of Turkey see Israel as a threat?
‘Research on Public Perceptions on Foreign Policy’ conducted in Turkey by Kadir Has University, is a study that has to be evaluated, with unexpected conclusions and contradictions on some perceptions.
Performing for Survival - Cultural Life and Theatre in Terezin - Part II
Performing for Survival  - Cultural Life and Theatre in Terezin - Part II
Have you read Part I - if you haven´t, first go to: Part I Part II - Cultural Activities and the Theater In December 1942, a...
Performing for Survival - Cultural Life and the Theatre in Terezin - Part I
Performing for Survival -                      Cultural Life and the Theatre in Terezin - Part I
 Part I - Setting up of Terezin as a Concentration Camp Nazi concentration camps are places where nobody wants to enter voluntaril...
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