Thursday, 24 September , 2020

Byzantine Empire

La remise en cause du statut de la basilique Sainte-Sophie par...

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Hagia Sophia and the Catastrophe of Symbolism

by Omar Ramahi July 15, 2020 As a Muslim, I find Erdogan’s “decree” to change the status of Hagia Sophia (or Ayasofya in Turkish) from a...

Turkey: Back to Middle Ages

Hagia Sophia: World Council of Churches 'dismayed' over decision to turn museum into mosque 11/07/2020 The interim secretary-general of the World Council of Churches has...

Hagia Sophia ‘Day of Mourning’ unites Christians against Erdogan decision

By Emily Judd, Al Arabiya 23 July 2020 Christians around the world will unite on Friday in observing a ‘Day of Mourning’ for the Hagia Sophia...

Hagia Sophia becomes mosque again after Erdogan signs decree

Turkey's president has signed a decree to formally turn the Hagia Sophia into a mosque - a move which threatens to upset Christians around...

Does the West exist? Huntingdon revisited

By Dr. William D. E. Mallinson What could arguments for eating insects possibly have to do with a naive essay by a Harvard academic masquerading...

Erdogan’s Cultural Wars

What caused Erdogan’s change of heart on Hagia Sophia? March 29, 2019 President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s recent remarks that Hagia Sophia, a famed Istanbul landmark,...

A symbol of civilizations: Hagia Sophia

MELİH USLU December 10 2018 The first Hagia Sophia was built in 360 AD with a basilica layout and architectural features. In 405, Hagia Sophia was...

UNESCO reacts to the Turkish provocation in Hagia Sofia

Turkey is following a particularly dangerous agenda Greece has appealed to UNESCO to intervene after Muslim prayers were read at Hagia Sophia in Istanbul on...

Could/Should Jubilee Debt Cancellations be Reintroduced Today?

By Michael Hudson and Charles Goodhart January 17, 2018 Introduction The idea of annulling debts nowadays seems so unthinkable that most economists and many theologians doubt whether...