Tag archive for ‘Turkey’
By bmcsr On Monday, May 5th, 2014
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Qatari Citizen “Azmi Bishara” still receiving full pension($143,000) from Israel

A former Member of Knesset who was forced to flee Israel after it was revealed that he revealed sensitive security details to Hezbollah terrorists will head a new Qatar-based television network. The United Arab More...

By bmcsr On Friday, May 2nd, 2014
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Turkey and Iran’s Growing Alliance

Turkey’s Islamist government is being rocked by the most sweeping corruption scandal of its tenure. Roughly two dozen figures, including well-connected business tycoons and the sons of top government ministers, More...

By bmcsr On Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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Bahrain’s and Kuwait’s MB Sponsor ”Joe tube” Channel

BMCSR has learnt that senior members of MB institutions in Kuwait and Bahrain have been funding and sponsoring the ‘Joe Tube’ channel.A close relative of Youssef’s has informed us that he recently More...

By bmcsr On Saturday, April 5th, 2014
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Muslim Brotherhood Threatens Britain With Terrorist Attack If Banned

Banning the Muslim Brotherhood will leave Britain at greater risk of terrorist attacks, the group’s most senior leader in the UK said yesterday. Speaking for the first time since David Cameron announced an investigation More...

By bmcsr On Friday, April 4th, 2014
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Legalised Prostitution Increases Human Trafficking

The laws on prostitution vary considerably around the world. They can vary from total prohibition of both the sale and purchase of sexual services, bans on either, regulation to varying extent of some or all aspects, More...

By bmcsr On Friday, April 4th, 2014
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BMCSR: Exposing Qatar’s Al-Qaeda Billionaire Mercenary In Libya

It is perhaps the most hackneyed phrase to come out of post-revolutionary Libya: there exists a law of unintended consequences, and the mission to oust maniacal dictator Muammar Gaddafi has resulted in such. Between More...

By bmcsr On Sunday, March 30th, 2014
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From Lockerbie to 9/11: Iran is Let Off the Hook

By the following summer of 1989, the British and Scottish investigators were ready to issue arrest warrants for fifteen PFLP-GC members they had identified as connected with the attack. According to investigators More...

By bmcsr On Friday, March 28th, 2014
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Turkish PM divides nation and neighbourhoods ahead of local elections

A 10-minute drive from the heart of Istanbul, armoured police cars guard the “border” separating a conservative government loyalist area from a neighbourhood backing the leftwing opposition. Under the More...

By bmcsr On Sunday, November 3rd, 2013
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Democracy & The Media: Do Today’s Media Fulfill Their Role In A Democracy?

“A democracy is only to be achieved once the voter is informed and educated to the extent where they are capable of understanding key political issues.” Author: Fazeli Hamed International Politics Researcher, University of Leicester The More...

By bmcsr On Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
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France ex-Prime Minister:There’s a risk of further destabilization for nearby Arabia

On October  29th ,  Bahrain Centre for Strategic and International Studies and Energy (Derasat) organised the Gulf Strategic Conference addressing strategic issues of concern to the GCC states and the Arab World. Dominique More...

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