Tigers of Tamil, Part-1 Introduction

The Tamil Tigers or the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (Tamil Ila Vitulalaip Pulikat) are a rebel group from Sri Lanka who aspire to establish Tamil Eelam, a dream country in the northern & eastern region of Sri Lanka whose population is purely of Tamil origin. In English-speaking worldwide media, this group is otherwise called as Tamil Tigers or Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). The Tamil Tigers are famously popular for their involvement in armed conflict with the Sri Lankan government since 1976 before finally claiming to be defeated and surrender in 2009. Continue reading “Tigers of Tamil, Part-1 Introduction”

Peace at Home Council, The Mystery Council Behind the 2016 Turkish Coup Attempt

To understand peace at home council, we must first understand where the word Peace at home comes from. Peace at home itself, or in Turkish means “Yurtta Sulh Konseyi” comes from the famous speech Turkey leader, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on April 20, 1931 during his journey in Anatolia. His remarks are “Cumhuriyet Halk Fırkası’nın müstakar umumî siyasetini şu kısa cümle açıkça ifadeye kâfidir zannederim: Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh için çalışıyoruz.” This is a translated into English as “To describe the stable and general diplomatic policy of the Republican People’s Party, I think this short sentence is enough: We work for peace at home, peace in the world. ” Continue reading “Peace at Home Council, The Mystery Council Behind the 2016 Turkish Coup Attempt”

2016 Turkish Coup d’état Attempt, Short History 5W 1H Version


2016 Turkish coup d’état was an attempt to seize control and takeover by part of a military faction. The attempt was failed and Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan standing still as the Turkey President. Later on followed the failed attempt, around 40,000 peoples detained, including at least 10,000 soldiers and, for reasons that remain unclear, 2,745 judges, 15,000 education staff were also suspended and the licenses of 21,000 teachers working at private institutions were revoked as well after the government alleged they were loyal to Gülen. More than 100,000 people have been arrested or fired from their jobs, on accusations of connections to Gülen. Continue reading “2016 Turkish Coup d’état Attempt, Short History 5W 1H Version”