Why has the West turned against Islam?

Historically, Western governments prefer liberal values and principles in their foreign relations only when they enjoy a competitive advantage. When the governments experience crises and find themselves in a disadvantaged position, hatred, alienization and otherization increases. This has been the case recently with the Western world knee-deep in political, social and economic crises.

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Why has the West turned against Islam
The new face of anti-Turkey rhetoric

The new face of anti-Turkey rhetoric

The latest escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh reignited anti-Turkey rhetoric in the international arena. Turkey, under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's leadership, threw its weight behind Azerbaijan to help the country reclaim its Armenian-occupied territories.

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LES ATTAQUES DU PKK/PYD A L’ENCONTRE DES INSTITUTIONS ET DES CITOYENS TURCS EN EUROPE DU 01.01.2017 AU 15.03.2017

PKK/PYD attacks towards Turks and Turkish buildings in Europe

PKK/PYD attacks towards Turks and Turkish buildings in Europe from 01.01.2017 to 15.03.2017

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PKK PYD attacks towards Turks and Turkish buildings in Europe
Economics as the Basis of Turkish-German Relations

Economics as the Basis of Turkish-German Relations

Strong economic ties continue to constitute the building block of Turkish-German relations today.

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Kılıçdaroğlu opted to polarize society in an attempt to have Erdoğan voted out of power in the next election cycle.

Today's European leaders' use of lies in their anti-Turkey propaganda reminds us of the method used by Hitler and his propaganda minister, Goebbels

A point that has become very clear after July 15 draws my attention, as the anti-Turkey campaign have already ceased to be run by AK Party opponents in Germany and Austria.

A recent report by SETA puts forth a detailed profile of steeply rising Islamophobic incidents in 25 European countries as terrorism and Islamophobia trigger each other

Phillip Roth in one of his novels, "The Plot Against America," tells an alternative history about the United States before and during World War II, ruled by an anti-Semitic president who praised Hitler's government.

Although a clear, distinctive line exists between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, Israeli circles have a tendency to distort the meaning of anti-Semitism in a way to include anti- Zionism as part of it.

Western governments' indifference toward Russian advances in Syria and elsewhere helped boost Russia's self-confidence over the last three years