Aydoğan Kalabalık graduated from the Department of Islamic Law at al Azhar University in Egypt and earned an MA in Communication at the University of Social Sciences in Kyrgyzstan. Mr. Kalabalık is pursuing his PhD with a thesis titled Political Integration among the Central Asian Countries in the Department of Politology at the Kyrgyzstan State University. He taught in the Department of Theology at the Zaqatala Campus of the Caucasus University in Azerbaijan, Arashan Faculty of Theology at the Osh State University in Kyrgyzstan, and Russian Islamic University affiliated with the Office of Mufti for Muslims of European part of Russia. Mr. Kalabalık worked at Yeni Şafak daily for a while and served as the Cairo Bureau Chief of Ihlas News Agency.
It is possible to say that the next step for the Egyptian Minister of Defense, General Abdel Fattah al Sisi, will be the presidential post. This is because new campaign groups and movements to support his candidacy have already surfaced.
The declaration of Muslim Brotherhood, or Ikhwan, as a terror organization has been accepted as one of the most radical decisions taken since the overthrow of the President Mohammed Morsi on July 3, 2013.
In a period where different political powers have come to terms and made a notable progress about the new administration, and while 96 percent of the relevant works are completed in Yemen, could the launch of a new movement to divide the country starting from the region of Hadramout be a coincidence?
For the Egyptian administrations, the month of November has turned into a nightmare for the last two years. The developments of the last two weeks remind the period which followed the Constitution Declaration promulgated by President Mohammed Morsi in November 2012.