The Burke Connection, a local Northern Virginian newspaper featured on its front page Rumi Forum’s Abrahamic discussion titled, Women of Faith’s Contribution to Society: Role Models from History. In this event, the Rumi Forum presented three religions’ takes on women in …
A new report by the Alliance for Shared Values presents a civil society perspective on the failed military coup in Turkey and the mass purges that followed.
Fethullah Gulen was interviewed by Politico recently.
Fethullah Gülen: ‘I call for an international investigation into the failed putsch in Turkey’
News media reported about developments in Turkey today regarding actions of Turkish Armed Forces.
Words fall short to truly express my deep sadness and revolt in the face of the carnage perpetrated by terrorist groups such as the so-called ISIS. I share a profound frustration with a billion and a half Muslims around the …
As the group that calls itself Islamic State, known as ISIS, continues to produce carnage in the Middle East, Muslims must confront the totalitarian ideology that animates it and other terrorist groups. Every terrorist act carried out in the name …
By Roxanne Roberts–The Washington Post–July 5th, 2015 Ramadan is an intensely social, celebratory time not unlike the Christmas holiday season in the United States. Iftar dinners can be elaborate spreads; hosts compete for guests and throw impressive, sumptuous meals. Most …
By Emily Leslie – The Washington Times – Thursday, June 25, 2015 “May God accept your fasting,” Turkish-American host Fuat Aksoy said as each member of his family bit into a date palm — together breaking their Ramadan fast.
Fethullah Gulen received the prestigious Gandhi King Ikeda Peace Award in recognition for his life-long dedication to promoting peace and human rights.