Tag: FETO

Here’s How Turkey and America Could Reset Their Relations

The past 24 hours have seen the US offer multiple contradictory statements regarding its close relationship with Saudi Arabia, while equally contradictory statements were made regarding relations with Turkey.  Initially, Donald Trump stated that sanctions against Turkish officials and a 50% punitive tariff increase on Turkish steel and aluminium exports […]

The Release of Andrew Brunson Should Lead to The Dropping of Tariffs/Sanctions Against Turkey and More Scrutiny on Saudi Arabia

The US just lost its most visible point of leverage against Turkey  While the term “win-win” is typically applied to traditional geopolitical relations, the decision of a Turkish court made in respect of the American national Andrew Brunson has geopolitical implications that for Turkey represent a substantial win-win.  The United […]

Turkey Builds Alliances in Africa and East Asia While Israel Builds an Anti-Turkish Alliance in The Mediterranean

This week’s Turkey-Africa Economic Forum has been a success While much of the news coming out of Turkey relates to the suspected murder of Saudi born journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Riyadh’s diplomatic officials, another major event occurred in Istanbul that while deeply positive is not receiving the attention it demands.  The […]

A Journalist Has Been Murdered in Turkey And The Turkish Government is The Only Government That Seems to Care

Murder in a consulate  Internationally acclaimed Saudi born journalist Jamal Khashoggi has not been seen for four days. The last time the outside world knew of his whereabouts was when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to apply for a marriage permit. Since then, no one has seen him […]

Fethullah Terror Organisation Uses “Schools” to Launder Money in Ethiopia

Former workers at an Ethiopian “school” operated by the Fethullah Terror Organisation (FETO) have blown the whistle on an elaborate money laundering and tax evasion scheme through which FETO used its “educational facilities” in the seventh poorest African state to embezzle funds and withhold taxation to the Ethiopian government as part […]

Racist Mob Gathers in Kosovo and Metohija to Burn Turkish Flag

Earlier this week the Kosovar Deputy Foreign Minister, Gjergj Dedaj came under fire after slamming both Turkey and Serbia as “dirty invaders”. This inflammatory statement has lead to minority factions in the Pristina parliament to call for Dedaj’s immediate resignation while officials in both Belgrade and Ankara have condemned the provocation. […]