It is pertinent to say that the failed coup attempts do not necessarily imply that those were not well-planned.
Kashmir, a Muslim territory, is in the midst of an uprising after increasing attacks by India
Violence in Kashmir has reached a new high, in particular after the murder of Burhan Wani, with Indian troops opening fire on anti-India protestors
Gulen-linked institutions and people have the potential to inflict certain degree of harm to Indonesia’s own interests.
The discourse highlighted by western news media outlets tend to be subjective, attributing blame at President Erdogan while at the same time, casting a positive image upon the Gulen movement despite their deep rooted involvement.
The July 15 failed military coup in Turkey did not go the way the July 3, 2013 coup in Egypt. The brave people of Turkey thwarted an extremist invasion of their country, and deprived the sadist Americans, other European capitals and their regional collaborators in the Middle East of joy and celebration.
A sorrowful story in which heroic tanks of "Golden Generation" turned to killer tanks that opened fire on their own people...
It is apparently clear that China’s approach to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the Permanent Tribunal of Arbitration and the South China Sea case is completely against the international norms principles.
Mr. Fuller in his lengthy comment argues that the Gulen Movement (GM) is a civilian movement that has nothing to do with violence and political ambitions. Well, based on our experience in recent years, I would say, in the simplest words, the following: That’s what we thought so, Mr. Fuller, but it was a long time ago! It is over now, we have changed our minds dramatically in recent years about the possible real intentions and ambitions of this so called “movement.”
Beside the reproach against the Western mainstream media, I am not generalising that. We did not fail to notice the respectable comments of the journalists such as David Hearst and Glenn Greenwald.
Indian oppression has given rise to a militancy that India is exploiting using its new influence on the world stage
A Ramadan raid on an Indonesian food seller has sparked a discussion of tolerance in the Muslim majority country
US President Barack Obama said Mansour was targeted because he was an obstacle to the peace process
After six long years, May 2016 witnessed the gathering of Lebanese for the local municipality elections in different regions in Lebanon.
That last item is a key driver of efforts to forge a rapprochement between Israel and Turkey:
If accountability is to take place, then the West cannot compensate for South Africa, the Hejaz, Yemen, the Middle East and the Balkans.
Islamophobia is growing in the UK, with ongoing and regular scaremongering about Muslims from certain sections of the media and it is now at its highest since 2010
A New Era in Turkey under Binali Yıldırım
Assertive behavior from China, with Indonesia covering up a Chinese incursion is indicative of growing troubles in the region
Dr Naeemur Rahman Khaled shares part II of his last moments with his father, Dr Motiur Rahman Nizami
Over the next few days Worldbulletin will publish the account of the last moments of Mawlana Motiur Rahman Nizami, written by his second eldest son Dr. Naeemur Rahman Khaled. Today is part one of that account