Highlights from Mr. Adnan Oktar's interview on 13 August 2011


A9 TV; 13 August 2011


  • (About a piece by daily Hürriyet writer Hasan Pulur backing the call for the Ramadan evening meal to be cancelled)

In that case, by that logic, people should not go on the hajj, either, or sacrifice animals. They spend money on putting gas in their cars to go to the mosque, so they should not go to the mosques, either. They will say people should send money there rather than spending it there. Instead of saying that, they should call for Turkish-Islamic Union, for Islamic Union. Ramadan evening meals are excellent environments in which Muslims see one another and all come together. What would happen if they were cancelled? Muslims would not see one another. The evening meal is an act of worship for Muslims, like going to the mosque. Muslims see one another there. That is a good thing, insha’Allah. The best aid will come out of Islamic Union.

People will live well and at ease if they are full of love. Human beings are weak entities, and their bodies cannot withstand conflict, strife, disagreement and envy. Human beings are delicate, rather like flowers. Allah tells us that man is created to be weak. There is a verse of the Qur’an to that effect. But people can live easy lives in a climate of peace and love. The solution is to live by Qur’anic moral values. Thinking the best, being well-intentioned, forgiving and peace-loving and eliminating tumult and conflict. That is the peaceful and secure climate. And that is what we want, insha’Allah.

2011-08-27 09:21:13

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