ISLAMIC UNION CAN BE ESTABLISHED UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF HAZRAT MAHDI (PBUH)
DİDEM ÜRER: Hüseyin Çelik has criticized Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, secretary general of the organization of Islamic Cooperation, via Twitter, saying; “if the organization is not going to speak out in these days, when will it speak out? Or is everyone in the organization only as competent as his money? Or is the organization silent because of the money going to Al-Sisi? How can Denmark and Holland be speaking out more loudly than the organization?”
ADNAN OKTAR: There can be no Islamic Union without Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh). When asked, people say, “We have done it.” They all come together but make not a sound. There is no Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) at their head. So just coming together is not enough. Coming together does not resolve the situation. There has to be a Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) in charge. It is impossible for such [useless] decisions to be made with Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) in charge. They have divided Muslims into a hundred chambers, and they are smothering each one individually. They cannot help one another because of those walls. They are all inside their own borders. The bonds between them have been severed. There are no bonds between them. Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) is the person who will tear those walls down. He will tear down all those hundred walls. Muslims will become a single chamber. They will become a single union. Then nobody will be able to put them down. But once you have divided them like this it is easy for unbelief and wicked people to smother them one by one. And they have given Muslims over into the hands of polytheists, and that is very terrible. That is a whole new scourge. You look for a Muslim and you find a polytheist. You see the oppressed person is also a polytheist. He is a Muslim, but also a polytheist, he has become a polytheist. Many of them are like that. Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) will eradicate this polytheism and fragmentation. But satan does not permit many hodjas and scholars to mention Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh) or Islamic Unity. They all insist on preserving their own interests.
From Mr. Adnan Oktar’s interview on A9 TV on 18 August 2013