Mr. Adnan Oktar's live conversation with his guests Rabbi Yehuda Glick and Israeli politician Mr. Mendi Safadi (A9TV, July 1st, 2015)

Mr. Adnan Oktar's live conversation with his guests Rabbi Yehuda Glick and Israeli politician Mr. Mendi Safadi (A9TV, July 1st, 2015)

Bülent Sezgin: Yes, we are continuing with our live broadcast.

Adnan Oktar: Well, welcome all, you've brought pleasure to us. You've brought us honor, you've brought radiance. Masha'Allah. Mr. Mendi Safadi has also honored us with his presence; he's brought radiance as well.

Oktar Babuna: Shall I introduce our guest?

Adnan Oktar: Yes, Masha'Allah.

Oktar Babuna: Mr. Safadi is our Druze guest from Israel. He is from the Likud Party. He is currently conducting the Israeli government's relations with Syrian dissidents. He is also the chief of staff and advisor of Mr. Ayoob Kara, the Deputy Minister of Regional Cooperation.

And also our Jewish guest from yesterday, Rabbi Yehuda Glick is, as you know, the Executive Director of The Initiative for Jewish Freedom on the Temple Mount. Rabbi Glick is also a member of the Likud Party.

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Masha'Allah. Both of them are very dear to us. Both of them are very beloved friends of ours. They have honored us, they have graced us.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: It is Him (God), it is not me. It is all Him, not me.

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Masha'Allah. How nice is his religiousness.

Masha'Allah. How are you?

Mendi Safadi: I am very good and I always like to come and to be near the only light in this night.

Adnan Oktar: We take that light from you.

Sadun Engin: He says, "Mr. Oktar is the only light in the dark night of the Middle East."

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Insha'Allah, that light will enfold the whole world. Insha'Allah. Masha'Allah. We are also expecting the arrival of our other guest, aren't we? We will have other guests?

Oktar Babuna: Yes.

Adnan Oktar: Insha'Allah. Good. What have you been doing?

Sadun Engin: Today, we've been out.

Adnan Oktar: You've been out.

Sadun Engin: We have visited the Mufti, the Mufti of Beyoğlu. They have had a very nice meeting. Both of them have mutually stated that they condemn all kinds of aggression in the name of God. Both our Mufti and our guest stated that acts of violence in the name of God are not compatible with any of the three divine religions.

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Have you recorded their meeting?

Sadun Engin: We did. We recorded it briefly.

Adnan Oktar: No, record (such meetings) from the start until the ending, from now on. That would be great if we record it.

Sadun Engin: Insha'Allah. We've taken some photos.

Adnan Oktar: That's nice. Masha'Allah. Masha'Allah. These meetings, these visits are instrumental in increasing the love felt towards our Jewish brothers. Of course, there is not only hatred against Jewish people in the world, people are also hostile towards the Druze as well. There are some who are hostile towards Alewites, some towards Bektashis, some towards Shias, some towards Sunnis. This spirit of lovelessness will, insha'Allah, be completely done away with, with the appearance of Moshiach.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: The strength of light is much stronger then the strength of hate. The strength of love can go through walls, can go from countries. Because it is a connection from heart to heart. This is stronger than any hate and than any body who's trying to add darkness to this beautiful world of God.

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Masha'Allah. How is it possible that they have fired bullets at such a beautiful person? I believe that the one who shot you was actually the satan. Satan cannot bear light.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: Yes… People who try to do things, who try to do good things, there will always be small people who try to block them. But we have to know that these are obstacles from God to show that we overcome and that we are determined to go and bring His Light to the world.

Adnan Oktar: Yes; He says that people who do good deeds will come across obstacles. Yes. So, what has Mr. Safadi been doing? Let us hear from him.

Mendi Safadi: Well, my mission (is) to come with peace of Israel around the world, to show the real face of our country to the world and to open the doors to the peace with the other people. And I know that the peace does not start with agreement between the governments; the real peace starts between the people. And our relationship with the Turkish people is strong because the people in Israel and the people in Turkey, they love each other. And if our governments sometimes have some problems, it doesn't say that people can change their love to each other. Because what we do now with Mr. Adnan Oktar is to make this relationship stronger and more beautiful and more real. The politicians can fight against one another as they like, but we are the people, we are the ones to make the peace.

Adnan Oktar: That is great. That is very nice. This is the right move.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: Mr. Safadi is very modest. He doesn't tell he goes around the world every single day, meet with people, countries, governments, with whoever he can, just to show that we are calling for a true call for peace. And he really does so many things, he deserves good applause.

Adnan Oktar: He (Rabbi Glick) is very nice, masha'Allah. Masha'Allah. We do love Mr. Safadi, we respect him a lot.

Mendi Safadi: Actually, the last time we listened from all over the world, many people talk to make BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) against Israel. (They say;) "Do not buy from Israel, from the factories of Israel" but this propaganda make people that have some interest, they take some money from this but they do not know what is happening in the land of Israel. They don’t know that in these factories 80% Palestinians work. If we close the factories, 80% of the (Palestinian) people who work there, they will be without work, they won't have the money to give their children, their families. So the businessmen they can move the factory from Judea and Samaria to other places. It is not a problem for them. Whereas the problem is for the people, the Palestinian people who work in these factories. So because of that, we must stop this propaganda, we must tell the people that this propaganda is against the Palestinian people before it is against the Israelis.

Adnan Oktar: These are not things that would take place when there is love anyway. I mean, causing economic difficulties for the other party, causing their suffering, causing them pain, that is not right. Insistent and determined studies should be carried out to make love prevail in the whole world. Love is zesty; love is beautiful. A lack of good conscience, persecution is very troublesome, it is against human nature. We will experience the zest of love, we will live the beauty of love. And we will teach people about this.

God loves love. God created this world for love. God is sending Moshiach for love. In the time of Moshiach, love will prevail. See how beautiful this is related in the Torah. In Zechariah 9:10 "I will take away the chariots… and the battle bow will be broken…He [your king, Messiah, Moshiach, Mahdi] will proclaim peace to the nations." Peace means love.

"Burn them [the weapons] up—the small and large shields, the bows and arrows, the war clubs and spears... They will use them for fuel… declares the Sovereign Lord.” Ezekiel, 39:9-10.

"In the last days..." that is the End Times, the times that we are in right now, "many nations will come... they will beat their swords into plowshares... and their spears into pruning hooks... Nation will not take up sword against nation," why? Because they love one another. "… nor will they train for war anymore." That is because love will prevail. I mean there will be no more military operations. "Everyone will sit under their own vine and under their own fig tree…" Well, there is also a fig tree inside our house, right? "… and no one will make them afraid…" People do not make each other afraid when there is love. " … for Lord Almighty has spoken." Micah, 4:1-4.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: God says that He will bless all those who bless us and He will curse those who curse us. So you are one of the greatest people who bless the people of Israel and I am sure that He will bless you.

Adnan Oktar: That is correct. I mean such [a negative] attitude would bring about an inauspiciousness. On those who pester the inoffensive ones among the Israelis, God would give inauspiciousness. And the examples of this have been seen in history up until now. God deems those who protect the inoffensive people auspicious and blessed; this has been seen in history as well. What you just said is correct, both according to the Torah and according to the Qur'an.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: So it is worthwhile even in the business aspect. It is worthwhile to support Israel, because if you support Israel, God will bless you. So even if you are a businessman, it is a good investment.

Adnan Oktar: I have said this a few days ago. I have mentioned this topic. I said pestering Israel would bring about inauspiciousness. I said that, didn't I? I've said this a few times. I mean if you pester the inoffensive ones, God would bring about troubles upon you. Of course, Muslims struggle against persecution and draw a line to persecution but they also protect and watch over the inoffensive ones.

Adnan Oktar: Yes; we will continue tomorrow as well. Our guests will be here tomorrow as well, right? Let us say that is all for today and continue tomorrow.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: I just want to give you a small, little gift. Since Jerusalem is the city of peace, this is a piece of art from Jerusalem with a prayer for you that God should bless you with prosperity and with peace. This is an Israeli art from Jerusalem. May this place be a home for peace and love, to help with prosperity from Jerusalem.

Adnan Oktar: How nice. How beautiful; I thank you very much.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: For you, because you are a master of peace. You are a person that God will bless.

Adnan Oktar: Masha'Allah. Masha'Allah

Mendi Safadi: In all the languages, to say thank you for everything you do for Israel, for everything you do for the peace, for the human rights.

Adnan Oktar: Thank you. Masha'Allah.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick: It is "thank you" in many languages.

Adnan Oktar: That is very nice, thank you. Masha'Allah. Now what are we doing? We will take a short break and then continue. 

2015-07-07 22:40:21

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