Bosna TV-June 3, 2008
Adnan Oktar: The circumstances are now ideal for the establishment of the Turkish-Islamic Union. There are virtually no obstacles at present. It is as if someone calls out for a union it will be formed instantly. My friends gave out a newspaper advertisement the other day calling for Azerbaijan to unite with Turkey. Excellent, positive messages have come in from all over. The president of Azerbaijan wants this also. We are in contact with Palestine and they want it, an Islamic Union. Syria wants it, Iraq wants it, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria want it. There is nobody who does not. It merely needs to be given a name. But of course these times have an owner, a right timing, and Allah is delaying this for the formation of these conditions at the correct moment.
Adnan Oktar: This is very clear. The European Union has united in the basis of Christianity at the moment. They have set up a Christian union. This means such is possible. If there can be a Christian union, there can also be a Muslim one. Christian unity seemed totally out of the question, but it easily happened. Since they regard a Mediterranean union as feasible, an Islamic Union is much more logical and even easier. In other words, the Turkic countries are currently fragmented, like the provinces of Ankara, Konya and Izmir in Turkey. The division between Turkey and Azerbaijan is a totally artificial one. And Kazakhstan. They are all Islamic countries. We also want Jews to live at ease and Israel to be liberated within this Turkish-Islamic Union. We want Israel to be at ease. We want Armenia to be free and at ease. The Turkish-Islamic Union is one in which non-Muslims, too, can live at peace, as if in paradise. It is not an egoistic union.
Daily Posta-August 15, 2008
Turkey gets its way
Armenia should also be included
Daily Milliyet-August 21, 2008
The Caucasian Peace Project
In an article referring to the war between Russia and Georgia, Fikret Bila concentrated on two major topics. The first was the setting aside of what happened in the past, the second for Turkey to play a leading role. In statements on the subject Adnan Oktar has also said, “the hostile emotions of the 1800s must be left behind” and particularly emphasizes in all his meetings with members of the press from the region that friendship, love and brotherhood can overcome all problems. Some noteworthy parts from Fikret Bela’s article read:
"The peoples of the Caucasus can make up for the years they have lost if they come together instead of fighting over the problems of the past. Would it not be better for them to work together on energy production and distribution projects and use the resources they obtain for well-being rather than fighting over Georgia, Ossetia and Abhkazia? ... After emphasizing the region’s economic potential, its natural resources and the importance of the energy corridor, he then issued a call to Armenia. He called on it to set aside claims and debates from the past that could benefit nobody and to normalize relations with Turkey and Azerbaijan and contribute to a giant energy project in the Caucasus."