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Some Muslims imagine that being against Christians' celebrations during Christmas that take place once a year is a great way of striving on the path of God. Instead of being false heroes on that day, they should preach religion all through the year and talk about Islam and preach the miracles of the Qur’an.
Some people do not believe in the fact that this is the end of the PKK. Persecution would never be everlasting. This is a fact set out by the verses of the Qur'an. I mean no persecuting system has ever been sustained long-term in history. They should have understood it from that. This is the law of God; every tyrant, every persecuting system is bound to be destroyed. Only the rightful systems remain standing.
Spirituality is the greatest problem of Turkey, it is spiritual development. The important step to take to ensure this is annihilating Darwinism and materialism through science and knowledge and explaining the miracles of the Qur'an and the facts leading to faith; this is the whole issue. Other than that, Turkey is already a developing country. What Turkey needs is a revolution of the mind, a revolution of the soul.
Saying prayer is very important. What stops the feelings of anguish? Saying prayer does. A Muslim needs to say prayer. For instance, let us say that one is going to make a speech; a Muslim would say, “O My Lord, make me speak beautifully.” Let us say he will eat; “O My Lord, let me enjoy the flavor of this food and make them means for my health. Grant me the joy of being one of those who thanks God.”
Setting Muslims against one another is not acceptable; the right thing to do is to better Muslims, to correct their mistakes and to make them useful. There are only a handful of intellectuals among Muslims. Why should we oppress one of those few we have? We should win them over. If those handful of people join together that would constitute an amazing unity. It would be a grave mistake to try to crush those “handfuls.”
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