Fresh reports claiming that the Vatican wants to see a 1,500-year-old Bible predicting the coming of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and denying claims that Jesus was crucified has emerged as Turkey plans to put the antique version in public display at Ankara Ethnography Museum.
Showing solidarity with Turkey against Istanbul terrorist bombing, German Television station Tele5 has changed its logo on Wednesday, January 13, to a German flag emblazoned with the Islamic star and crescent, making a mix between the Turkish and the German flags.
Cracking down on alcohol consumption in Istanbul, the Turkish government is taking measures to close bars and nightclubs and shrink the city’s nightlife.
A photo of a woman dressing up as a refugee with a baby tied around her body for Halloween has drawn the ire of social media users, who blasted the photo as “insensitive” and “racist”.
Triggering an expected controversy, a so-called “Islamic” online sex shop has opened in Turkey to sell “halal” sex products, becoming the first of its kind in the predominantly Muslim country.
Instead of holding their regular wedding buffet at home, a Turkish Muslim couple chose to distribute food to thousands of Syrians in the refugee camps.
Turkey will end a ban that bars women from wearing the veil, or Islamic hijab, in state institutions, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a major policy speech.