Star , March 10th, 2012
The Diyarbakır spokeswoman of the Mothers for Peace organization, Havva Kıran, supported Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's call on March 8th, International Women's Day 2012, to the Kurdish mothers whose children are in the mountains saying that “The task to put an end to terror falls to women."
Havva Kıran, who said that her son joined the PKK and went to the mountains six years ago while still a student at the Istanbul University Faculty of Law stated, "Let us join hands and put an end to this pain. If our government is sincere, we are here to put an end to this war."
Kaçkar TV, April 15th, 2011
Adnan Oktar: NOW WITH THE STUDY THEY ARE CONDUCTING THEY WILL RECEIVE A RESPONSE THAT THEY NEVER EXPECTED. THAT IS BECAUSE THERE IS A SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD IN ISLAM. THERE IS RESPECT FOR THE STATE. THERE IS A SPIRIT OF OBEDIENCE TO THE STATE. THERE IS A SPIRIT OF AVOIDING ALL KINDS OF DISSENSION. The people in the south east regions of Turkey, our brothers and sisters in the south east very lovingly live by Islam, they do so fervently, with love and affection. People in the south east are very religious. Consequently their being religious will stand against those terrorists in a very different way, they will see that.
A9 TV and Adıyaman Asu TV, April 11th, 2011
Adnan Oktar: Well, what are you doing to my Kurdish brothers, those beloved ones of mine, do you even know what you are talking about? They are all Muslims, conservative people that are the sweetest in the world. Are you even aware of whose laps you are pushing them into? THOSE PEOPLE ARE FOND OF THEIR SACRED VALUES, THEY TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN DECENCY, FROM THE BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD.