Yeni Şafak

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Yeni Şafak
Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Owner(s) Albayrak Holding
Editor-in-chief Yusuf Ziya Cömert
Founded 1994
Political alignment Islamism
Right wing
Language Turkish
Headquarters Yeni Doğan Mah. Kızılay Sok. No: 39 Bayrampaşa/İstanbul
Circulation 101.101 [1]
Official website

Yeni Şafak ("New Dawn") is a conservative Turkish daily newspaper. It was acquired by Albayrak Holding in 1997.

Yeni Şafak's founding editor was Mehmet Ocaktan.

In September 2013 Yeni Şafak apologized for fabricating several sentences of an interview with Noam Chomsky,[2][3][4] which it had published in a front page article with the title "The Arab Spring Has Now Found Its True Spirit".[5]



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