How Israel Divides the West 

How Israel Divides the West 

Although the Jewish history in Europe was a tragedy, Israel was able to neutralize its negative image in the West, and even came to orient the Western politics. Israel has achieved these targets through such channels and means as its lobby, economic threads, making opposite countries politically isolated, creating civil chaos as in the Eastern European countries and forcefully changing governments through some manipulative actions. 

New Vision in Uzbekistan's Foreign Policy

New Vision in Uzbekistan's Foreign Policy

Having won the elections held in December 2017 after the death of Islam Kerimov in Uzbekistan, Sevket Mirziyoyev succeeded several changes in the country. While taking rapid and radical steps in domestic politics, Mirziyoyev tried to restore the broken ties of the former regime with its neighbors and international society.

Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

14 May 2018 was the bloodiest day for the Palestinians since 2014. Only on this day, Israeli forces created another Nakba killing more than 60 and injuring more than 3,000 Palestinians. The inaction of the international community has been continuing for 70 years. The killings and sufferings of millions of Palestinians are not enough for them to take action.

Mandela: Charge Israel for Genocide

Mandela: Charge Israel for Genocide

African National Congress MP Chief Mandla Mandela, and grandson of the great Nelson Mandela, has called for Israel to be charged with genocide and crimes against humanity. This follows the establishment of a US embassy in Jerusalem in violation of international law, and the recent killing by IDF forces of 61 protesting Palestinians and the injuring of over 2,000 in the latest #GreatReturnMarch protest at the Gazan border.

Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

The latest operations in the regions where Rohingyas live infer that the ongoing process started in 2012 is moving towards a nonrecoverable point. The exclusion that the Rohingyas have been going through as of this date evokes itself in a harsh and bloody way in both political and social sense. Today's developments and the period as of the 2015 elections have become a sheer tragedy which the world cannot ignore in which the people in Arakan continue to lose their lives, lands, and futures.

  • Human Rights
  • Muslim Minorities
  • Islamic World
Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

May 17, 2018

14 May 2018 was the bloodiest day for the Palestinians since 2014. Only on this day, Israeli forces created another Nakba killing more than 60 and injuring more than 3,000 Palestinians. The inaction of the international community has been continuing for 70 years. The killings and sufferings of millions of Palestinians are not enough for them to take action.

The Role of Turkish NGOs in Social Cohesion of Syrians

The Role of Turkish NGOs in Social Cohesion of Syrians

April 6, 2018

Turkey is struggling with the fast and increasing flow of refugees. The complexity of the situation put the government in a difficult situation in developing social projects and strategies to meet the needs of the refugees. Cultural differences and language barriers create different problems at the societal level. The faith-based Turkish NGOs are very crucial mechanisms in moderating the differences between Syrians and Turkish people.


Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

May 14, 2018

The latest operations in the regions where Rohingyas live infer that the ongoing process started in 2012 is moving towards a nonrecoverable point. The exclusion that the Rohingyas have been going through as of this date evokes itself in a harsh and bloody way in both political and social sense. Today's developments and the period as of the 2015 elections have become a sheer tragedy which the world cannot ignore in which the people in Arakan continue to lose their lives, lands, and futures.

Muslim Ethnopolitics in the Nation-Building Process of Sri Lanka

Muslim Ethnopolitics in the Nation-Building Process of Sri Lanka

April 19, 2018

Sri Lanka having experienced centuries-long colonization of Portuguese, the Netherlands, and Britain respectively, declared its independence in 1948. It has implemented Sinhala-oriented policies since its independence, which distorted the Tamils and resulted in the emergence of Tamil nationalism which demands independence for all Tamil speaking people including the Muslims. Even though Muslims rejected this idea, they got caught in the clash between the two.


Repatriation Mystery and the Rohingya’s Vague Fate 

Repatriation Mystery and the Rohingya’s Vague Fate 

February 6, 2018

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.

Muslims' Relationships with Non-Muslims

Muslims' Relationships with Non-Muslims

November 25, 2017

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
Experiences in Africa and Problem Areas from IHH’s Perspective

Experiences in Africa and Problem Areas from IHH’s Perspective

July 24, 2017

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.

A New Discipline: Humanitarian Diplomacy and Its Principles

A New Discipline: Humanitarian Diplomacy and Its Principles

April 6, 2017

Before 1990, human rights violations were seen as the internal affairs of individual states; thus, human rights violations in a state were not considered as issues requiring foreign intervention. However, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, human rights violations went beyond being the internal affairs of individual states, and became a current issue of international law.

The Role of Turkish NGOs in Southern Africa

The Role of Turkish NGOs in Southern Africa

January 22, 2018

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

Turkish Aid and Development Cooperation in Africa: A Win-Win Relationship

Turkish Aid and Development Cooperation in Africa: A Win-Win Relationship

January 19, 2018

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.

Experiences in Africa and Problem Areas from IHH’s Perspective

Experiences in Africa and Problem Areas from IHH’s Perspective

July 24, 2017

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.

Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

Israeli Violence Amid US Embassy Move

May 17, 2018

14 May 2018 was the bloodiest day for the Palestinians since 2014. Only on this day, Israeli forces created another Nakba killing more than 60 and injuring more than 3,000 Palestinians. The inaction of the international community has been continuing for 70 years. The killings and sufferings of millions of Palestinians are not enough for them to take action.

Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

Myanmar's Conundrum: Rohingya

May 14, 2018

The latest operations in the regions where Rohingyas live infer that the ongoing process started in 2012 is moving towards a nonrecoverable point. The exclusion that the Rohingyas have been going through as of this date evokes itself in a harsh and bloody way in both political and social sense. Today's developments and the period as of the 2015 elections have become a sheer tragedy which the world cannot ignore in which the people in Arakan continue to lose their lives, lands, and futures.

Syrian Women: Never-Ending Pain, Enduring Hope

Syrian Women: Never-Ending Pain, Enduring Hope

April 6, 2015

Despite this great humanitarian crisis in the country, the people still have the ability to be hopeful for the future. This is because, even if Syrian women are stricken with grief, they are going through an important process of enlightenment and consciousness in the long term. This awakening will give them a strong personality enabling them to endure the tough conditions of life and play a key role in building a new powerful generation who will create the Syria of the future, despite all the di