According to local sources, Saudi Arabia ordered its media to “limit coverage” on Trump’s decision on Jerusalem and to “take aim at Iran and other regional countries” instead.
During a press conference with his Russian counterpart, President Erdogan announced that the S-400 deal between the two countries has reached its final stage.
Surpassing all predictions of global rating agencies as well as internal hopes, the Turkish economy registered an 11.1 percent growth in the third quarter of 2017, making the country the fastest growing among G20 countries.
As if to rub salt on wounds, a civil society group comprising people from different religions and sects, on Monday visited Israel at a time when Muslims feel outraged because of the Jerusalem move.
While there is a lot of focus on the outcry Trump’s decision has caused, there is not much about the reason “why” President Trump made this decision.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s words “Jerusalem is a red line for Muslims,” has summoned up to a great extent the feelings attached to Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh is expected to trigger country-wide escalation in violence in Yemen, with millions of Saleh’s supporters expected to vie for revenge.
There is much to indicate that Zarrab, just like Gulen, has become a new tool for some circles of the US government to take on the Turkish government.
Talal Silo, former Syrian Democrat Forces (SDF) spokesperson revealed how the US promised the terrorist organizations a “Mediterranean corridor.”
Turkey’s inflation rate has increased to 12.98 percent, illustrating a 1.49 percent rise from October – November 2017.