The coronavirus changed how Ramadan looks. But it will not change our faith in God Original Op-Ed was published on NBCNEWS.com on April 24, 2020 View the original article here. Op-ed in Turkish The Muslim holy month of Ramadan will be different this year. Around the world, mosques will be closed, when they
I expressed my views on women’s rights in an interview to the Muslim World journal shortly after arriving in the United States. [00:16] I view woman and man as the two sides of a unity. I view them as two different sides of a whole. Indeed, God has created them as such.
What Went Wrong with Turkey What Went Wrong with Turkey is a special issue published by the to give voice to the thousands of innocent people persecuted by the state terrorism of the Erdoğan regime. This special issue offers an alternative narrative to what really happened on the night of the attempted coup.
Muslim’s Responsibility in Countering Violence Gulen Chair at Leuven University in Belgium published a compilation of Gulen’s essays on terrorism, just war and Muslim’s responsibility in countering violence. Download the book
Fethullah Gulen: I Condemn All Threats to Turkey’s Democracy Original Op-Ed was published on NY Times on July 26, 2016 View original interview here. During the attempted military coup in Turkey this month, I condemned it in the strongest terms. “Government should be won through a process of free and fair elections, not
Standing by the Education Rights of Schoolgirls View original interview here. Claiming that God directed the senseless kidnappings of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria is nothing but reprehensible. The assailants, Boko Haram, either have a dubious understanding of their faith or, more likely, are acting in their own selfish political interests, apparent from