Newsweek: Turkey rises

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TASCA, Turkish-Arab Association of Science, Culture and Arts, November 21- 2008

Adnan Oktar: A headless body cannot survive. In the case of an existence of a system having a head, Turkeycan be a great leader. It has experience inherited from the Ottoman. It has mature and well-educated staff. Turkey has a sensible, great administrative class. This means a very successful power, a great power. And no one raises any objection against this. Why would they raise objection against Turkey while people are happy, and they receive great service from the brotherhood and leadership of Turkey and have such great benefit. It benefits Turkey in the sense that it would put a end to terror. It would come to an end momentarily. And Turkey becomes richer. And the entire cruelty in the Arabic countries would come to an end. 


Kon TV, February 1- 2009 

Adnan Oktar: First of all, the most blissful point is that we are living in a beautiful country. Our people are good, our future is good. TURKEY WILL INSHA’ALLAH BECOME THE LEADER OF THE TURKISH ISLAMIC WORLD. THERE ARE SERIOUS SIGNS OF THIS. We are living at the End Times, we will see Hazrat Mahdi (as), the reappearance of Jesus  (as) is close at hand, Khidir (as) is on duty. We are living in a very nice and blessed period; we are on the eve of the Golden Age; this means being surrounded all over with blessings.

Sabah - 29, July 2010

 

Newsweek mentioned Turkey on its cover with the words, “Turkey rises”. For the axis shift arguments, the magazine says, “This comment is wrong, Turkey considers a unique role for itself”.

2010-08-16 22:54:47
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