Crisis Monitoring

Protest in Minority Schools in Western Thrace - September 27, 2018
The students of 30 Minority Primary Schools in Western Thrace are protesting that they do not have the necessary books in Greek language and they are not given equal opportunities compared to other public schools.​
Teen girl shot by Israeli soldiers brought to Istanbul- April 25, 2018
Turkey’s IHH brings Meryem Abu-Matar to Istanbul for medical treatment. Meryem Abu-Matar, 16, who lives in Gaza’s Rafah city, was brought to Istanbul for medical treatment after she was shot by Israeli soldiers during the rallies. After a 7-hour operation, doctors said her health was improving and that she could have lost her leg if she was late in being admitted to hospital.
Palestine to ask UN for protection from Israeli attacks- April 21, 2018
At least 39 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli interventions since border rallies began March 30. Demonstrators are demanding that Palestinian refugees be granted the “right of return” to their homes in historical Palestine from which they were driven in 1948 to make way for the new state of Israel.
Israel to build 5,700 illegal settlements- April 7, 2018
The illegal settlement plans have drastically increased since the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Israel's Jerusalem Municipality has approved a decision to build 5,700 illegal settlements.
31 Palestinians martyred in Gaza protests- April 7, 2018
At least 31 Palestinians have been martyred and 2,850 others injured by Israeli gunfire in anti-occupation rallies on border of the Gaza Strip since last week, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.  
UN tells concern on Gaza, urges Israel to curb violence- April 6, 2018
The UN on Friday expressed concern over Israeli violence against Palestinian demonstrators in Gaza, urging Tel Aviv to allow peaceful protests and restrict itself to proportionate force if needed.
Israel forbids Friday call to prayer at West Bank mosque- April 2, 2018
Israel on Friday prohibited the Muslim call to prayer at the Ibrahimi Mosque in the West Bank city of Hebron (Al-Khalil).
Gazan dies of wounds, death toll rises to 18- April 2, 2018
A Palestinian succumbed to his wounds in the Gaza Strip on Monday, taking to 18 the death toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire near border of the Gaza Strip
Israeli gunfire injures 11 Palestinians on Gaza border- April 1, 2018
In a statement, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said Israeli forces opened fire toward Gaza’s eastern border, injuring 11 people, one seriously. The injuries came as scores of Palestinians gathered near the border as part of Palestinian protests demanding the right of return to refugees. On Friday, tens of thousands converged on the Gaza Strip’s roughly 45-kilometer-long eastern border with Israel to reaffirm their right to return to their ancestral homes in historical Palestine. Ahead of the mass demonstrations, Israel had deployed thousands of troops along the border. Dubbed the “Great March of Return,” the protests also intended to pressure Israel to lift its more than decade-long blockade of Gaza.
Hundreds march in Tel Aviv in support of Palestinians -April 1, 2018
The mostly leftist Israeli protesters chanted slogans against the Israeli army and called for an end to the violence on Palestinian civilians as well as a political solution and resumption of the peace process.
Israel arrests Palestinian for crossing Gaza border
Israeli forces arrested a Palestinian while trying to sneak into Israel from the Gaza Strip, according to the military. Tension has risen up across the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip since Friday when at least 15 Gazans were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli gunfire during rallies demanding the return of refugees.
Afgan air strikes hit alleged Taliban gathering in Kunduz city of Afghanistan -April 3, 2018
The strike hit a mosque or madrasah where a graduation ceremony was taking place, and dozens of civilians were killed and wounded. According to latest reports, the death toll rose to at least 70 people including madrasah students.
69 people were killed in Zamfara and Kaduna states of Nigeria -March 30, 2018
In the last 72 hours, 69 people were killed in Zamfara and Kaduna states of Nigeria by unidentified gunmen in separate incidents. According to local residents, a group of bandits violently attacked and opened fire on the villagers. Besides regular Boko Haram attacks it is a new kind of communal violence in Nigeria. 
Five million people threatened with deportation in India -March 30, 2018
In the eastern Indian state of Assam, in the framework of the National Citizenship Registration, which is under preparation, there are about five million people threatened with deportation in case they are not able to provide documentation which proves that their ancestors lived there before 1971. It is stated that for the first time in sixty years, the update process is aimed at identifying and deporting unregistered immigrants from Bangladesh. But it is likely to create a similar process of Rohingya for immigrants from Bangladesh living in the region for many years, and Muslims.
Somalia President Mohammed Farmajo has fired 18 military generals in the army as part of new security reforms -March 16, 2018
The move aims to refresh the national army. To reduce the noise pollution, the government in Rwanda recently banned using loudspeakers in mosques. The decision was regarded as a surprise by the Supreme Muslim Council of Rwanda.
90% of Rohingya population of Northern Arakan fled to Bangladesh -March 2, 2018
According to the Irrawaddy which is a publishing group founded by the Burmese exiles in Thailand, and INGOs 90% of Rohingya population of Northern Arakan fled to Bangladesh by Myanmar’s clearance operations. The Irrawaddy collected the information from regional statistics reports which are dated October 2017, from the General Administrative Department and United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. According to a comparison between previous and current statistics it is estimated that only 79.038 (%10) Rohingya remained in Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung.
Mosul under ruins -March 1, 2018
After the Iraqi government declared victory over DAESH, rescue workers started to search and clean operation all around the Mosul. According to initial findings, workers found more than 3.000 bodies although some are DAESH fighters but it is civilians who paid the highest price for the war.
2,222 terrorists 'neutralized' in Afrin op -March 1, 2018
A total of 2,222 YPG/PKK-Daesh terrorists have been "neutralized" since the launch of Operation Olive Branch in Syria's northwestern Afrin region. The operation is being carried out under the framework of Turkey's rights based on international law, UN Security Council resolutions, its self-defense rights under the UN charter, and respect for Syria's territorial integrity.
2,184 terrorists neutralized in Afrin op -February 28, 2018
On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear YPG/PKK-Daesh terrorists from Afrin. According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkey’s borders and the region as well as to protect Syrians from terrorist oppression and cruelty.
US Support for Israel regarding Jerusalem -February 25, 2018
Washington announced that it would move its embassy on May 14, to coincide with the day the state of Israel was established and officially recognized by the U.S. administration in 1948.  The US also had announced that it will move its embassy to Jerusalem in May.
Israeli forces raid Bethlehem camp, detain Palestinian -February 24, 2018
Israeli forces on Saturday raided a refugee camp in the West Bank city of Bethlehem and detained one Palestinian.The Israeli army frequently carries out sweeping arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank under the pretext of searching for "wanted" Palestinians. 
Turkish agency provides aid to civilians in NW Syria -February 24, 2018
Humanitarian Relief Foundation distributes supplies among 25 families in Dayr Sawwan village. 
1,800+ terrorists neutralized in Turkey's Afrin op -February 22, 2018
In anti-terror operation, Turkish military continues to clear Afrin, northwestern Syria of PYD/PKK, Daesh terrorists. At least 1,829 PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists have been "neutralized" since the beginning of Operation Olive Branch in Afrin, northwestern Syria, said the Turkish General Staff on Thursday.
Assad regime’s slaughter pictures used for Afrin lies -February 20, 2018
Pictures that have nothing to do with Operation Olive Branch are being purposely mislabelled by PYD/PKK smear campaign. Supporters of the PYD/PKK terrorists are trying to smear Turkey’s Olive Branch Operation in Afrin in northwestern Syria by using images of the Assad regime's persecution of Syrian children.