Turkey: Erdogan challenges US freedom of worship

President Erdogan has questioned Trump’s administration claim of respecting the freedom of religion during an Iftar dinner in Ankara. In a message directed at Washington during his address, the Turkish president raised concerns about Trump administration’s decision to not host Read more

Iran Taunts US at 4 November 37th Anniversary Celebrations

Thousands of Iranians assembled at the building that used to be the US Embassy in Tehran to celebrate the 37th anniversary of the militant students storming of the building and taking 52 Americans hostage for 444 days following Washington’s rejection Read more

Jordan: Muslim Brotherhood Returns to Parliament

The parliamentary election partial results released by the Jordanian electoral committee have shown that the Muslim Brotherhood is returning to the parliament as a significant opposition force, after it boycotted elections since 2007. The movement’s political arm, the Islamic Action Read more

Iran Foils Takfiri Bomb Plots in Several Cities

Iran announced that it had foiled bomb attacksin Tehran and several other cities and that the attacks were planned by members of the Islamic State group. “A series of bombings had been planned in several places of the country in Read more

Terrorism: Erdogan Scolds West for Islamophobia, Bias

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to the United States has been marred with controversies as the Turkish president, known for his outspokenness, alleged that Muslims are facing Islamophobia in Western countries and that none of these countries have experienced Read more

Ahmed Mansour, the man at the center of the scandal

Controversial Al-Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour has been lately at the center of a scandal, this time not because he is under an Egyptian arrest warrant nor because he has been arrested by the German police at Berlin’s airport, but because he insulted in the most Read more