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The Fethullah Gulen community is not a community that has been formed easily. They have at least 40 years of history. It is an organization formed with great efforts, by suffering through ordeals. They have such a nice enthusiasm. They might have their mistakes, they might have their flaws. One can criticize them within the limits of reason, consideration and good conscience. But trying to destroy them, desiring to pull them down would be cruelty.
We should protect and watch over both the community and the government and ensure that they can serve together as brothers. Turkey is facing a grave danger. The danger of separation is at the door. We need to be alert. We will not let the 50 % decimate the other 50 %. We will unite 50 with the other 50 and make it 100. These are bad games. We would not be fooled by them.
We need to strive to make things right between the Gulen community and the government. It is a religious obligation to arrange an amicable settlement between them, it is the command of the Qur’an; the command of God. God says; “If two parties of the Muslims fight make peace between them.” Consequently we cannot be a side in such a dispute.
The government should be reconciled with the Gulen community. It is not acceptable to just sit back and watch. That would be religiously unlawful. We are the only hope of the whole Islamic world. Pakistan, India, Syria and all others, all poverty-stricken people have expectations from us. Now what would this fight do to us? Where would that take us? We need to continue our efforts to reconcile ambitiously and determinedly. And we should pray fort his.
May God reconcile the Gulen community and the government, and may God give relief to their hearts. May God take away all the rage, animosity and hostility in the hearts of all Muslims and give relief, tranquility and exhilaration to the hearts instead. May God take away the troubles afflicting the people. May God bind their hearts to each other with brotherhood, love and affection.
It is religiously unlawful for two Muslim groups, two groups on the right path, to struggle against each other. It is a religious obligation for all Muslims to try and reconcile them, it is an obligation upon all Muslims. I mean that is not something left to their discretion but a religious obligation upon all of them. They should strive to reconcile them by all means.
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