Egypt greeted Prime Minister Erdogan with exuberance

What He Said?What Happened?

Baghdat TV, 2 March 2008

Adnan Oktar:  Sun rises from where it sets in. And it sets in where it rises from.  This is a general rule.   Because the Sun was set  here, it will rise from here. This is my first belief. My secondary and main belief is that, according to the hadiths, the appearance of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will occur in Istanbul. There are so many hadiths implying  this fact. It is referred as Constantiniya. There are also too many hadiths referring that Turks will take charge in the subject. There are too many hadiths relating that Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will emerge within Turks. When we look at from the perspective of history, it appears so. IT ALSO HOLDS TRUE FOR SOCIAL CONDITIONS. AND FROM VIEWPOINT OF THE GENERAL HISTORY,IT IS SEEN THAT TURKEY IS THE NATURAL LEADER. No other country is willing to take the leadership except for Turkey. THAT IS TO SAY, THE MOST IDEAL, AND THE MOST WIDELY ACCEPTED IDEA IS THE LEADERSHIP OF TURKEY. Whoever we ask, to any country, including Arab countries, they want Turkey’s leadership. When we ask Turkic states, they also want Turkey’s leadership. There is no country who wants the leadership of any country  other than Turkey. 

Ekin TV, 29 January 2009


Adnan Oktar: Because there is experience from the Ottoman Empire and experience of state in Turkey. This is something everyone agrees, and we have a very well educated work force. We have very elite politicians and leaders. Turkey is easily strong enough to succeed in this. Egypt wants it. Israel said so just the other day. They say: You managed the region with ten privates and a sergeant and you had no problems. But we cannot manage it with a whole army there, and we are also suffering hardships ourselves. We are also suffering, we are also uneasy.THAT MEANS THAT THERE IS A NEED FOR THE SONS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, FOR THE HEROIC TURKISH NATION. TURKISH TROOPS ARE WELCOMED AND APPLAUDED WITH GREAT AFFECTION WHEREVER THEY GO.

Time, 13 September 2011

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan — a hero on the Arab streets 

Erdogan, in Egypt on the first leg of his Arab Spring tour that includes visits in Tunisia and Libya, was received like a rock star by thousands of adoring supporters at Cairo's airport when he flew in late on Monday.

The Guardian, 13 September 2011

The Guardian : Analysts believe Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Egypt visit is designed to strengthen Turkey's influence in the region.

Israel Hayom, 14 September 2011

Israel Hayom: In Cairo, Erdogan welcomed as the ‘new Saladin Ayyubi’

Die Welt, 14.09.2011

Under the title “The New Khalifa" Die Welt newspaper commented that the Arab countries of the time of the Ottomans were conquered with fire and the sword, but Prime Minister Erdogan use cameras in the conquest of these countries on the East Coast.

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