- Human Rights
- Muslim Minorities
- Islamic World
Nearly 125 years after Dreyfus Affair, we are witnessing another racist and politically motivated character assassination in France, this time not targeting a Jewish military officer, but a highly influential European Muslim intellectual, Dr. Tariq Ramadan, who is already judged and executed by the French media as a “rapist Muslim” and being put into prison by the French justice, even before the preparation of the formal bill of indictment against him by the Paris Prosecution Office.
The Palestinian-led movement “Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions”, also known as BDS, has a very clear vision as well as a coordinated cooperation and solidarity worldwide, targeting cultural, economic and academic boycotts of the Zionist apartheid state of Israel. BDS is an ethical oriented movement struggling non-violently to regain Palestinians' rights based on freedom, justice, and equality.
The situation of Muslim women in France are worrisome. The French government’s policies play an important role in increasing verbal and physical attacks towards Muslims. These treatments are not peculiar to France though, France, as the motherland of the ideas of liberty, equality, and fraternity, should lead the change in these constrictive policies. Since the world needs peace more than anytime now, which can only come through mutual understanding and tolerance.
The Sinhalese Buddhists are worried that the character of the country is under threat with the increasing Muslim growth rates. A multi-thronged elite interest management campaign is required that would engage the key instigators of the violence, put at a disinformation strategy and soothe the people both Buddhist and Muslim and inspire them towards peace, unity and co-operation.
Bangladesh and Myanmar reached a compromise on the repatriation of Rohingyas on November 23, 2017, and declared it to the international community on January 16, 2018. The agreement covers approximately 770.0000 refugees only those who fled to Bangladesh after October 2016 and August 2017 events.
Relationships between human are very crucial in the formation of cohabiting and harmonious society especially with the existence of multiple cultures, religions, and civilizations. Improper construction of such relationships between inhabitants with different grounds of religion and civilization leads to chaotic and unstable societies.
- Humanitarian Diplomacy
- Humanitarian Relief
- War and Conflict
IHH carries out its duties, as a TPMT member, through visits to the regions and the Team submits confidential written reports to the chairpersons of the two Peace Panels and to the facilitator, quarterly and as deemed necessary.
Turkish diplomatic involvement coupled with the educational outreach, humanitarian activities and private-sector investments, have already given Turkey a deep footprint on the continent in general, in the Southern Africa in particular. Unlike other emerging economies like China and India, Turkey’s objectives in the continent are not limited to business alone, which gives it a more sustainable future in the region, since it enables both a grassroots social presence and continuous political eng
With its back and body bruised by the effects of colonialism, extreme poverty, apartheid, terrorism and dependence on colonial masters, the majority of the countries in Africa have always needed a helping hand. Turkish aid has been modeled differently offering a bright ray of hope to many people on the continent.
We are living in a world today where income inequality is constantly on the rise. The eight richest people in the world control as much wealth as one half of the global population. This system that keeps promoting a sense of false security survives by creating impoverished masses. One of the biggest victims of this situation is, without doubt, the continent of Africa. Colonized for centuries, the riches of this continent were looted and the people inhabiting it were humiliated and enslaved.
The terrorists' quest to win the hearts and minds of the people and to turn them against Turkey necessitated a response from Turkish authorities. The Turkish response which has so far managed to quell the dark propaganda machine especially on social media involved espousing a disinformation strategy involving sending the corrected information to tens of thousands of people.
On 26 February 1992, Khojaly witnessed a terrible massacre carried out by Armenian military forces supported by Russian motorized units. Although it has been over 27 years now since the Khojaly genocide, this region is still under the occupation of Armenia. Those who made this brutality were left unpunished, and have not paid any price.