Although Mahathir Mohamad's sudden departure from the top post came as a surprise to many political pundits, the country's power corridors have been strife with political bickering over the past week.
Turkish President Erdogan's visit to Pakistan comes at a testing time for both countries and speaks to the durable nature of the relationship.
The activist daughter of Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says Muslim leaders must focus on education and health instead of war and strife.
The custodians of Islam’s two holiest sites have conveniently distanced themselves from many issues affecting Muslims.
An escalated conflict between the US and Iran will reverberate in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Backed by the kingdom's oil wealth, the crown prince is pushing once-close allies to follow Riyadh’s lead.
The Saudi-led OIC must recognise the desire for autonomy and real change in Muslim countries or risk being replaced by new actors.
Islamic summit ends in Malaysia with PM Mahathir Mohamad saying Iran, Malaysia, Turkey, and Qatar are considering "trading using the gold dinar and barter" as a hedge against any future economic sanctions.
Numan Kurtulmus praised Turkey’s development under the AK Party leadership and said his country was taking all necessary steps to establish a humanist world order.
Turkish President Erdogan reiterated the world is bigger than the five permanent UN Security Council members whose veto power could prove catastrophic for smaller nations.
At the first Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, the Turkish president also said that global problems can only be overcome by global cooperation and solidarity.
Islamabad scrambles to play a balancing act to pacify allies in the Muslim world.
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