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Kurdish people are people of moral perfection. They are very innocent. First of all our Kurdish brothers are very civil and respectful. They know how to respect other people very well. They are full of love, very humane, just like all the people of Anatolia. We are all the sons of Prophet Adam (as). Making discrimation towards them, talking against the Kurdish tribe is a trait peculiar to the most base people.


Kurdish people are my brothers; they are a part of me. Laz people are my brothers as well. They are all the people of our nation. We are relatives, we are one, we are one family with them. Consequently we would not let anyone harm even a strand of their hair.


Kurdish people mean Turkey. Laz people mean Turkey. Circassian people mean Turkey. Kurdish people are refined members of the Turkish Nation. Kurdish, Turkish, Laz, Circassian; we call all of them Turkish people.


Kurdish people are blessed people, they are very honorable and devout, they are decent kind people. When they talk about a Kurdish person, I feel sure that I will definitely come across a decent person. This is not in a stereotypical sense; they genuinely are decent, pious people. They are superior because of their piety. That is the reason why I love them.


Kurdish people are religious people; they are decent and kind. They fear God; they are noble and exalted. The PKK on the hand is full of swindlers and characterless, deceitful people.


Kurdish people are very dear to us. They are very dear to me, I would give my life for my Kurdish brothers. But we will make life unbearable for these scum of the PKK with the laws and the legal system. You will see this.


Kurdish people are noble and elevated people, they are decent, kind, radiant, religious, pure, immaculate, honest and brave. But the PKK are debased, treacherous and perfidious, they are a herd of murderers harboring all sorts of nastiness. I really am surprised to see those who do not know how to differentiate Kurdish people from the PKK. I mean, one needs to make that distinction.


Kurdish people are radiant. Many of the mujtahids, mujaddids of the End Times are all Kurdish. Kurdish people are religious, decent, honest, brave, chivalrous, immaculate people. They have all the characteristics of Muslims and that is why I love them all very dearly. I am hostile to the PKK. Kurdish people are my friends. The PKK is perfidious, whereas Kurdish people are radiant.


Kurdish people are brave and loyal people. They are truehearted, noble and decent.


Kurdish people are radiant people, they are noble and decent people. If you are strong enough, go and join the armed services and struggle against the PKK. What is it that you want from our Kurdish people, you inglorious man? Kurdish people are immaculate people with superb morality.

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