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Menendez Provision to Protect Religious Rights of Ecumenical Patriarchate in Turkey Advances in Congress
6/16/2005
The House International Relations Committee today passed a bill provision authored by U.S. Representative Robert Menendez (D-NJ) to protect the religious and human rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul, Turkey. The provision was included in a State Department bill, which now goes to the full House of Representatives. Full Text


EU Bids to Ease Turkish Concerns
6/16/2005
BRUSSELS (AFP) - The European Union sought yesterday to reassure Turkey that plans to start membership talks this year remained on track, despite uncertainty over the EU Constitution and the political leadership in Germany. Full Text


Christian Pastor Attacked in Turkey as Country Seeks Religious Tolerance
6/16/2005
Turkey has made many improvements to increase religious tolerance and freedom over the past year, however it has been reported that Protestant pastor Wolfgang Hade serving in Izmit has recently received threats against him and his family, reported Compass Direct. Full Text


Huntington Calls Turkey Best Candidate to Lead Islamic World
6/16/2005
Well known by his "Clash of civilizations" thesis, acclaimed political scientist Professor Samuel Huntington said that Turkey is in the "best position" to lead the Islamic world. Full Text


Turks, Nervous About European Prospects, Turn to U.S.
6/11/2005
Zeynel Erdem, a leading Turkish businessman, came to Izmit, a seaside industrial town, to give 400 of his prominent peers a message. "Don't count on the European Union," he told the crowd after a chicken dinner in a hotel ballroom here. "Look to the U.S.; they're our real friends." Full Text


Bush Holds Up Turkey Democracy As Example
6/8/2005
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush held up Turkey's democracy as an important example for other Mideast nations Wednesday during an Oval Office meeting with the country's prime minister in which both leaders declared a strong relationship after differences over Iraq. Erdogan said he and Bush also discussed plans to reunify Cyprus, a tiny island in the Mediterranean Sea that has been divided since 1974 between a Greek Cypriot-controlled south and the Turkish-occupied north. Turkey alone recognizes the breakaway Turkish Cypriot state in the north, and keeps 40,000 troops there. Full Text


Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) Chairman Sinan Aygun Calls for Investigation of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
5/27/2005
ANKARA (DIHA) - Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) chairman Sinan Aygun stated that national sovereignty has been disregarded completely in Orthodox Summit held in Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarchate [and] wanted Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomeos to be investigated. Full Text


Istanbul Greeks miss EU train
4/11/2005
Turkish laws that were meant to harmonize with EU norms still fail to protect the property of religious minorities Full Text


US State Department Issues Human Rights & Democracy Report on Turkey (released 3-28-05)
4/7/2005
State Department reviews Religious Freedom deficit in Turkey including treatment of Ecumenical Patriarchate; sites work of Archons and US Ambassador Full Text


Nationalist strain deepens as Turkey leans toward Europe
4/7/2005
USA Today and The Christian Science Monitor publish stories regarding Turkish nationalism that may be "incompatible wit the European Union." Full Text


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