Turkey Will Be The Greatest Super-state Within The Next 10 To 20 Years

Jonathan Wynne-Jones, religious affairs editor of the Daily Telegraph, one of Britain’s leading dailies, reported Adnan Oktar’s views on the Turkish-Islamic Union on his blog site. The report, dated 29 April, 2009, appeared under the heading "Turkey predicted to become next super-power" and contained the following statements:

Forget China and India as the world"s emerging super-powers.

According to one of Turkey"s most prominent intellectuals and writers, the Muslim-majority country is poised to become the next great global force.

Adnan Oktar, or Harun Yahya as he is known by his pen name, predicts that this will happen in the next 10 to 20 years.

HE SAYS THAT IT WILL BE THE LEADER OF A TURKISH-ISLAMIC UNION that will include such regions as Mosul, Kirkuk, Turkistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan as well as all other Islamic countries.

Rather boldly, he says: "There will never be any fragmentation, but rather unification and unison.”


Oktar, who claims that his most recent book, Atlas of Creation, has influenced Tony Blair, argues that the signs have already started and believes that such a development will bring peace to the Middle-East.

Oh yes, and end poverty, hunger... : "Turkey possesses a perspective and power, a mission inherited from the Ottoman Empire, that will put an end to such negativities in the region as anarchy, disorder, hunger, poverty, fear and oppression. A STATE THAT RAN A WORLD EMPIRE WILL AGAIN SHAPE THE WORLD IN THE YEARS TO COME."

2009-05-04 00:29:44

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