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.
Fethullah Gulen’s condemning message about ISIS is published in Washington Post, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal and LA Times on September 17, 2014.
On January 27, 2014 Fethullah Gulen, honorary President of Rumi Forum, was interview by the BBC News. The interview was one of the first for Mr. Gulen in 16 years.
On January 21st, 2014 Fethullah Gulen gave an interview with the Wall Street Journal on the leadership of Turkey and the recent developments in the country.
Zeki Saritoprak, the Nursi Chair of Islamic Studies at John Carroll University, spoke about his homeland of Turkey during an Interfaith Lecture in the Hall of Philosophy at the Chautauqua Institution.
Fethullah Gulen is a Turkish religious spiritual leader, some say to millions of Turks both in Turkey and around the world, and the head of the Gulenist movement. His network of followers span the globe and have opened academically-focused schools …
“Violence is Not in the Tradition of the Prophet.” By M. Fethullah Gülen
This Lecture series was organized by Rumi Forum and CNU Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies This panel discussed what faith traditions believe in and those beliefs in relation to social justice. In addition, the lecture explored what ways they have …