Abandoned Democracy and Emptied Tombs

Is it time to abandon democracy? Vote "Evet" or "Hayır" today.

What Makes A Democracy A Democracy?

The fastest goal ever scored in a World Cup Match was eleven seconds. Hasan Şükür was the man who pulled that off in a match against South Korea. While that name might not mean that much to those in the West, anybody here in Turkey would immediately know who I was talking about. Şükür was one of... Continue Reading →

What happened to Turkey?

First of all I want to say thank you. As the world's attention last night was riveted on my back yard, an overwhelming number of you contacted me through the River Walk, facebook, messenger, whatsap, hangouts, and the like to let me know your thoughts and prayers are with me and with my beloved home,... Continue Reading →

Today, I weep for Turkey

Today, I weep for Turkey. Yesterday, November 1, 2015, in a stunning victory in which they "somehow" outperformed virtually everybody's polls, the AKP managed to steal back the ruling majority they had lost in June's far more legitimate elections. What can be seen as a win for the AKP is a loss fof Turkey. It... Continue Reading →

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