In March, the United Nations once again told the Turkish government enough already with its state of emergency persisting for the last 20 months. More than 100,000 people have been arbitrarily punished with job loss, imprisonment and even torture, on allegations connected to the July 2016 coup 
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Ramadan Tent Dinner brings a flavor of the East to Bethlehem About 100 Americans and Turks broke bread and baklava last week in Bethlehem. The 10th annual Intercultural Dialogue and Friendship Ramadan Dinner celebrated the ninth month of the lunar Islamic calendar on Wednesday and 
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When Foreign Policy and Prospect magazine asked readers to vote for the world’s top public intellectual, one man won in a landslide: Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, an inspirational leader to millions of followers around the world and persona non grata to many in his native 
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The Arab uprisings, which were long in the making but caught everyone by surprise, are now in their fourth year. It remains as difficult today as it was four years ago to reach conclusions about developments that have brought both hope and despair to a 
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Now organizers at the Lehigh Dialogue Center have adopted the tradition in some Muslim countries of setting up tents to offer iftar dinners to the poor and needy by hosting a special iftar dinner for members of the Allentown community. It was a night that 
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