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Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Haberleri
Iran has not found peace since the presidential elections. Over time, the opposition movement will calm down and the Iranian Revolution will continue its path. However, nothing will ever be the same. What is happening in Iran reflects discontent within the regime rather than a counter-revolution.
My last article on the May 29, the Day of Conquest celebrations, was in 2006. During the 556th year of Istanbul’s conquest, two permanent blows were made on the cosmopolitan mentality symbolized by Sultan Mehmed II the Conqueror.
I read the 48-page manifesto of the political party that won the general elections in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, or TRNC. Like a sign on the window of a barber shop that reads "Free haircut tomorrow" but remains there always, the manifesto basically says, "The system of 1974 will come back, just vote for the National Union Party!"
Let’s have a balance sheet for booties-lost-damages in the aftermath of Turkey’s so-called "NATO victory." Turkey raised objections to Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s candidacy for the post of secretary-general of NATO on religious grounds rather than strategic liability.
Used and abused by the Justice and Development Party, or AKP, during the latest elections, "You are grand," was actually a perfect slogan to tell us about its excessive self-confidence. However, what the party needs was and still is to think smaller and come down to earth to remain in touch with reality. Since the AKP has divorced itself from reality, voters themselves have finally given the message.
As we are preoccupied with the March 29 elections and the economic crisis, in the north of the island quite-critical early elections will be held on April 19. But this time, both the island and Turkey will seem to have a headache.
On the eve of local elections, everything but the problems of local areas are being discussed. As always. Even the most serious TVs prefer to broadcast brawls between political leaders instead of local issues, due to rating concerns.
An additional balance sheet is required for Gaza via the Davos incident beside the one for the Israeli offensive. Turkey for a week has been discussing the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s reaction against the Israeli President Shimon Peres at a panel for the World Economic Forum in the Swiss town of Davos and its possible results in Palestine, the Arab World, Turkey and in the planet at large.
Since succeeding to start membership talks with the European Union in December 2004 the governing Justice and Development Party, or AKP, turned its attention to regional issues.
Let’s state the obvious once again. There cannot be any excuse or explanation for the massacre Israel committed in Gaza. In Turkey a deep-rooted reaction is being shown to this crime against humanity in Gaza. The point I would like to elaborate on is why the reactions in Turkey to this never ending madness were fiercer than that of Arab and Muslim countries?
Mr. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visits abroad are quite useful. We are learning about national political targets and policies that we have never heard of. His latest journey to the United States and Switzerland set a good example