Kanal Malatya, 7 January 2009
Adnan Oktar: “IT IS A SIN FOR MUSLIMS TO BE FRAGMENTED. IT IS A SIN FOR MUSLIMS NOT TO UNITE. MUSLIMS CAN HAVE NO POWER WHILE THIS SIN IS BEING COMMITTED. UNITY AMONG MUSLIMS IS ALLAH’S COMMAND, A RELIGIOUS OBLIGATION. It is compulsory, like the namaz(prayer) or fasting. Division is forbidden, like eating pork or drinking wine. There is no difference. There will be no such problems and they will be completely resolved when Muslims are united and unified. The Messenger of Allah (saas) saw all these things as if looking in a mirror and described them exactly. He spoke of Muslim blood flowing, of such things taking place at this time, of terrible strife and corruption, of the shedding of the blood of the innocent, of even children and women, of even pregnant women being killed. But our Prophet (saas) says that after that, this will all be reversed with the coming of Hazrat Mahdi (as), one of his descendants, and an age of well-being, abundance, peace, plenty and beauty will follow. This will all happen.”
“This is now that time. THE TIME HAS COME TO CONCENTRATE ON THE TURKISH-ISLAMIC UNION AND ESTABLISH IT ON THE AGENDA. It is forbidden for Muslims to weep and lament. It is incompatible with Islam. It is incompatible with the moral values of the Qur’an. What we must do is to establish the Turkish-Islamic Union at once and put a total end to this corruption.”
Timetürk-February 5, 2009
Zaman Gazetesi-February 5, 2009
A historic address by President Gul
Turkish President Abdullah Gül: Division among Palestinians is the greatest obstacle to Palestinian independence. FROM THAT POINT OF VIEW, THE FIRST QUESTION IS FOR US TO HAVE THE NECESSARY AWARENESS FOR PALESTINIANS, THE WHOLE ARAB WORLD AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD TO UNITE AND ACT AS ONE IN THE FACE OF MAJOR PROBLEMS. We all watched the events in Gaza. But the world today is not what it was before. We all watch what goes on, live, in our own homes. I believe that we will enjoy significant co-operation on this matter. I am delighted to see support for my views from Saudi Arabia.