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Disintegration is the gravest danger Turkey is facing right now. That is the greatest risk. All our power, all our force, all our dignity would be ruined. Our economy would be ruined; that is a grave danger. We would be torn into pieces, may God forbid, there would be nothing left to call Turkey. That would ruin the Islamic World; that would ruin all the Muslims. There would be no one left to call Kurdish anyway.
Demolishing the system of the Mahdi is the main goal for the foundation of the Ergenekon terror organization. It has been founded to stop the system of the Mahdi. It has no other reason. It has been structured in Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Turkic states and Iran. Its sole goal is to stop the system of the Mahdi. But God has turned it against them of course.
During the Independence War, the state has educated people, they have informed them and gave them a national spirit. The same should happen now as well. The state should teach people how to help the police, how to help the state, how to assume an attitude during a communist uprising down to the finest detail. Only then we will become the strongest state in the world.
Do you know what consulting to one’s conscience mean? It means Allah revealing to your heart. When you see Jesus Messiah, Allah reveals in your heart that this person is the Jesus Messiah. You would then understand. When you see the Mahdi (pbuh) Allah reveals that in your heart that he is the Moshiach, King Messiah, Mahdi. You would then understand, you would then feel his existence. You recognize good people.
Deporting PKK is not a solution. PKK will attempt to make North Iraq they will be going, a communist country. And here when the current ones leave, new people will be taken to the mountains and trained. PKK considers the ones leaving as old militants anyway. They will thus provide fresh blood for the organization. They will be resting themselves and will have a theoretical and practical training in the meantime.
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