The Common Feature of Fasting and Prayer
After years of being deceived by the falsehoods of evolution, the Turkish public are now becoming increasingly aware of religious matters. Turkey has become the number one country to abandon belief in evolution, itself based on unscientific and superstitious dogma. Thanks to this awareness, the Turkish nation scrupulously discharges those religious obligations it owes to Almighty Allah.
During the month of Ramadan, all Muslims in Turkey fast as one and give thanks to our Lord for all His blessings. Fasting in such a way as to please Allah is a sign of powerful faith, fear of Allah, purity and sincerity.
According to a survey conducted by Konda and published in the Turkish daily Milliyet, 82.5% of people in Turkey fast on a regular basis, while 43.9% of Turks regularly perform the daily prayer. The study indicated that the most regularly performed observances are fasting and the Friday prayer. The level of people regularly attending Friday prayers is 56.1%, while 75.2% of people pray regularly, 24 regularly attend mosques and 26.3% read the Qur’an on a regular basis.
Nine per thousand of the Turkish public are atheists, people who have no religious beliefs. The great majority of Turkish society, 86.1%, describe themselves as “believers” and “religious.”