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Harun Yahya

Harun Yahya
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Harun Yahya is prominent Turkish writer. He has authored more than 300 books translated into 73 languages on politics, religion and science.

Lessons in Leadership

"The leader of the people is their servant" – Prophet Mohammed Prophet Mohammed was an excellent human being. Born and raised in the brutal atmosphere of ancient...

The Qur’an and the Freedom of Thought

Istanbul - There are fundamental rights and freedoms that form the basis of modern constitutions, laws and declarations. Freedom of thought and belief are...

700 Migrants Just a Number?

Rabat - From the comfort of our Bahrain sofas, we all watched in horror on our TVs 700 people dying in just three days....

Peaceful Coexistence in Morocco between Jews and Muslims

Istanbul - Morocco was once home to a very large community of 250,000 Jews, the largest in the Arab world. Moreover, they had been...

Islamic World Must Prioritize Quality

Istanbul - It is no longer a secret that the secret powers of the West have been intricately linked to the developments in the...

Enjoying Human Rights and Liberties to the Fullest in Islam

“Death raining down on tourists as they sunbathe on the beach or visit museums.” “People executed by burning, drowning, shooting or beheading.” “Faces obscured by long...

What Lies Ahead for France?

Istanbul - In the aftermath of the September 11th, 2001 extreme nationalism in the form of terrorist attacks rose in France just like in...

Foes to Friends

Istanbul - The Middle East is currently scene to some of the most horrific crimes that the world has witnessed in modern times. In...

Humans Have Rights on Paper, But Apparently Not in Real Life

Istanbul - December 10th was another World Human Rights Day. As known, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was prepared based on the...

The Road to Peace in the Holy Land

Istanbul - The Holy Land is a land bringing together the most valuable prophets and messengers from our Lord in its history. People of...

Where Has Love Gone?

 ‘Hundreds have been killed by machete-wielding mobs…’ dehydrated, hungry Rohingya washing onto Southeast Asian shores… Istanbul - Is it true that the majority of the people...

Wrong Perception of “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”

Istanbul - Recently, the Odense Zoo in Denmark conducted another one of their animal dissecting rituals open to public. A young male lion that...

Yemen: a Country That Nobody Sees and Nobody Hears

Istanbul - With the exception of Italy, European countries have ignored the fact that the Mediterranean has literally turned into a refugee graveyard. Nobody...

Joy of Eid al-Adha for Muslims

Istanbul - Muslims all around the world are rejoicing at the arrival of Eid al-Adha. This beautiful festival, one of the two most important...

Once upon a time, there was Europe…

Istanbul - In recent weeks, new tragedies involving desperate refugees seeking safety in Europe grabbed the headlines. Most recently images of a drowned three-year-old...

A Million Dollar Project: Islamophobia

Istanbul - In the wake of the September 11th Attacks, there has been a notable increase in the prejudiced and discriminative demeanor of the...

Spirituality of the Ramadan in Istanbul

  Rabat - Spending the month of Ramadan in Istanbul is always a unique pleasure. The minarets of mosques located on both sides of the...

A Tale of Three Cities: A look at Wonderful Ramadan Experience

Istanbul - Ramadan, the most beloved time of the year for Muslims, is a unique experience. From Cairo to Istanbul, Bangalore to New York,...

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