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Hundreds of children inside Hagia Sophia scream ‘Allahu akbar’

“Allahu akbar” means “Allah is greater,” i.e., greater than your God, and the conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque, both in 1453 and 2020,…

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Hagia Sophia’s ‘interior looks like a funfair,’ new damage reported

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‘Women should not demonstrate against femicide’

Although Turkish human rights defenders were protesting the murder and abuse of women by men, the judge ranted on that “The number of men getting…

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How Turkey Treats Its Historic Churches

Kadiköy Surp Takavor kilsemizin halli. Her daim önunde basın açıklamasi yapilmasın diye polis bekler.. pic.twitter.com/EvkARZGHQn — Murad Mıhçı-Մուրատ (@MuradMihci) July 11, 2021 A viral social…

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May 29 was the Anniversary of the ‘Last Day of the World,’ the Fall of Constantinople

My latest in PJ Media: Yesterday in Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended a ceremony in honor of 136 young men who had succeeded…

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Man holds Greek flag near Hagia Sophia, Turks react with rage and violence

The “most vile of created beings,” as the Qur’an calls non-Muslims (98:6), should not be so insolent. They should know that it is their duty…

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Eid prayers in Hagia Sophia for the first time in 87 years stir crowd with ‘Palestinian’ victimhood propaganda

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Islamic State jihadis from Russia, China and elsewhere were trained in Istanbul Islamic school

Western politicians will keep telling us that the Islamic State has nothing whatsoever to do with Islam. Meanwhile, Islamic State jihadis trained in a madrasa.…

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September 6, 1955: Turkey’s Kristallnacht

September 6, 1955 started just like any other day for the Greeks, Armenians, and Jews of ‎Istanbul—or Constantinople. ‎”I resided in Cengelkoy with my wife…

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Greek Orthodox Istanbulites slam Turkish Presidency’s video depicting Christian minorities in comfort

“The video didn’t show Greek Orthodox Istanbulites’ forced migration out of the city that used to be 98-percent occupied by their ancestors because they were…

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