Haberdem, 24 October 2008
Adnan Oktar: We must love one another, respect one another and know that all Muslims are brothers. And we must strongly avoid all divisive attitudes such as sectarian differences, appearances, someone being from our part of town or our city and that kind of thing. We are in a most excellent time. In my opinion Hazrat Mahdi (as) has come. I believe that Hazrat Mahdi (as) appeared. The coming of the Prophet Jesus is also imminent. Very little time remains. It will be in this decade or the next, insha’Allah. Islam will rule the whole world and the moral values of Islam will spread to the world’s furthest corners. Muslims will build the peace, security and beauty of the world, insha’Allah... But the most important thing is for Muslims not to talk against one another, to think the best of one another, to approach one another with love and to avoid jealousy, and if they are careful to do that, then great things will happen, insha’Allah.
Destan TV, 8 March 2009
Adnan Oktar: Unity among Muslims is an obligation a commandment from Alah. It is unlawful for them to be divided. Allah says they are like a building of welded lead. Allah loves those who strive together. There has never been any Islam of differences. That was never seen in the time of our Prophet (saas). Division leads to weakness and collapse. The reason why the Islamic world has been crushed underfoot by a handful of Masons and atheist Zionists is the fragmentation of Muslims. Once they unite there will be no need for any measures backed by force, not for them to defend themselves. They will be unable to even step a foot. There will be no question of atheist Zionists shamelessly bombing Palestine, shedding blood in Iraq or turning Afghanistan into a sea of blood. They will be unable even to contemplate such a thing. But when Muslims are divided, split up into tiny parts... Just thing – you have tied hands, feet and head of a man, so only two fingers can move. What can anyone do with two fingers? Then someone comes and breaks his two fingers. But if one’s hands are free, and one’s feet are free, then he can defend oneself perfectly and do what needs to be done.
Yeni Şafak, 16 April 2009
Now is the time for unity
Turkish President Abdullah Gül said, “We must speak with a single voice... In that framework it is now time for the whole world, and especially the Arab world, the Muslim world, to give voice to its own theses, in a powerful and unified manner.”
Gül asked for everyone do do everything in their power in this regard. He also touched on events in Iraq, stressing the importance that Turkey attaches to Iraqi unity, togetherness and territorial integrity. President Gül concluded by saying, "Let us not forget that there is no end to division. This division may sometimes be on ethnic grounds or else be sectarian in nature. If division once starts, and people begin to espouse it, then there will be no end to it. So much so that even a tiny village will be divided into two parts, and brothers in the same family will be divided.”