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Uzay Bulut is a Turkish journalist based in Washington D.C. Her journalistic work mainly focuses on the religious and ethnic minorities in Turkey. She was formerly based in Ankara.

ARTICLES BY: Uzay Bulut


February 7, 2017 7:32 am
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How Turkey’s Jewish Alliance Schools Have Become History

The Turkish website Avlaremoz, which reports on Jewish-related issues, recently covered the story of a Jewish school that used to be based in Istanbul. The Haskoy Alliance Girls’...

February 5, 2017 4:03 pm
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Silencing Milo Yiannopoulos: Berkeley’s Shameful Quashing of a Dissenting Voice

On February 1, the University of California-Berkeley witnessed a degrading moment for higher education in the United States. A planned talk by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos...

October 30, 2016 7:26 am
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Why Turkey’s Jewish Population Continues to Decline

“Due to deaths and emigration, there are now 450 fewer Jews [in Turkey] this year,” wrote Mois Gabay, a columnist for the Turkish-Jewish weekly, Salom. This,...

September 22, 2016 7:03 am
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Turks Tweet Their Jew-hatred, Following an Attempted Stabbing at the Israeli Embassy in Turkey

On September 21, an attempted stabbing took place at the Israeli Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, when a Muslim man armed with a knife tried to...

September 8, 2016 7:28 am
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Istanbul’s Neve Shalom Massacre: How the ‘Oasis of Peace’ Turned Into a Scene of Savagery

Thirty years ago, Neve Shalom -- Istanbul's largest synagogue, whose name means "oasis of peace" -- was the target of a brutal attack at the hands of...

July 24, 2016 6:47 am
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Turkey: A State in Denial

As a nation and state, Turkey appears to be in denial about many historical and sociological realities of the land on which it was established...

Features

Is Your Bread Still Kosher? Arnold’s Bread Manufacturer Drops the OU

JNS.org - Bimbo Bakeries USA, which owns many of the nationally-distributed bread and...

Why Should We Light the Menorah With Olive Oil?

Below is an excerpt from the book The Light That Unites: A Chanukah Companion (OU Press) by Aaron Goldscheider. There are...

The Dead Sea Scrolls Monument

In 1946 or 1947 -- no one knows for certain -- a Bedouin goatherd nicknamed Muhammad the Wolf led his...

World

Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue Event at Syracuse University Cancelled Amid Bi...

A dialogue event on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at Syracuse University was nixed last week, allegedly over concerns about its political leanings. The event...

Middle East

Turkey Will Enter Syria’s Manbij If US Doesn’t Remove YPG Fight...

Turkish forces will enter the Syrian town of Manbij if the United States does not remove YPG Kurdish fighters, and...

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