Thursday, September 25, 2014

To use up the stockpiles of the arms industry, the world objects to educating ISIS with the Qur’an

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated September 11, 12, 13th, 2014
Presenter: Obama announced their strategy for fighting ISIS. He said that would be different than the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan and American forces would not get involved in confrontation abroad. He announced they would reinforce allies’ forces and utilize air strikes for eradicating ISIS decidedly.
Adnan Oktar: Now, do you see what this means? The arms factories of the United States are manufacturing bombs and missiles continually, and they are stockpiling these; after a while their warehouses are full and production has to stop. The arms industry is the main source of America’s income. This arises the need for men and regions to bomb.
They will throw hundreds of thousands of bombs from above, and they will make the Iraqi government pay for this by saying, “We are doing this for you.” Hundreds of thousands of Muslims will be martyred. They may be ignorant or mistaken, but they are still Muslims. They will particularly devastate the Muslim male population by having them kill one another, along with bombs from air and ground. Moreover a dreadful hatred against Muslims is spreading all over the world. In the Christian world, the ratio of those who have respect and love for the Muslims has decreased to twenty percent. In the past, that was much more, over forty percent. Now, they will have this reduced to as low as zero. Following that, they make plans for Armageddon. This is wiping out all Muslims from the top of this world. God is leading them to destruction because they do not abide by the Qur’an. God teaches us there is no compulsion in religion. The verse is very explicit, “You have your religion and I have my religion” (Surat al-Kafirun, 6). They do not accept the verse and claim there is compulsion in religion; God says there is none, and yet they say there is. Therefore troubles are coming upon them from the air, sea, earth and everywhere. God is sending disasters from the sky like rain. Now, there will come down torrents of affliction again.
Presenter – The Department of Homeland Security announced that ISIS militants plan to enter Mexico from the border. Some senators stress this could be a severe threat as there could be illegal trespassing.
Adnan Oktar: They will have these people carry out attacks and multiply hostility against Muslims. They teach how to be Muslims with references from hadith collections like Bukhari and [Sahih] Muslim. Slaughtering, beheading is very clearly expressed in those sources. A plan for destroying Islam is moving ahead globally.
Adnan Oktar: Now, they will pour down tens of thousands of bombshells. Arms factories will start production at full speed. Income from fuel oil sales in Iraq will be spent on these bombs. And graders will work day and night for burying Muslims’ funerals. People will find joy in killing Muslims. They do not consider correcting ISIS through education. Or, consider leading them to the way of Mahdi. Both sides are after bombing, executions and slaughter.
Presenter: The US President Obama instructed Secretary of Defense to kill the ISIS leaders.
Adnan Oktar: The United States cannot achieve anything by killing the leader. This is a very dangerous method. If their leaders are killed, ISIS will then abduct Americans and retaliate. Then the US will carry out another air strike. Murdering leaders is not effectual at all. They will come up with thousands of other leaders. It is not an issue for them. The United States does not appreciate the significance of an intellectual struggle at all. America was immersed into the same trouble in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and North Korea. Now, they get into the same trouble. Don’t you have the right conception? You should come up with ideas. If you don’t have ideas, you are defeated. They will decide on another leader in that vast geography. That is not a problem for them at all.
As long as the United States keeps on with the air strikes, enmity against America will multiply. Then the world would turn out to be a place where Americans will not be able to travel freely. There would be assassination attempts everywhere, and they would be abducted near and far. World would turn into hell, that is not a wise act. They could easily accomplish a result with right ideas.                            
System of Mahdi will be explicit when ISIS is approached with teachings of Islam as it is in the Qur’an. That is why some people do not want to expound this topic. But this trouble will enfold them entirely. I had warned them regarding this previously. ISIS will also enter into the USA. It will be much better for them if they are to listen to my words on this before that harassment surrounds them all. I tell this based on true knowledge.
Presenter: They do not expound it, and they also do not collaborate with Muslims who follow the Qur’an. Even if the US does not mention this, others can.
Adnan Oktar: They know who may elucidate on this topic the best, but this does not serve their purpose. Because then, true Islam that enhances friendship and brotherhood will be revealed. Then the established colonial system would be eradicated. Arms factories would be closed. That is the most vital matter. Peace will come, and they will not be able to kill more people. They find benefit in bloodshed as the US is manufacturing bombs day and night. There is immense stockpile of weapons now, and they want to exploit it. That’s the matter. It is necessary for making those factories work again. And innocent Muslims are under its impact.
Presenter: As you have stated, the US has caused the death of 1,000 civilians by means of 148 bombs dropped in the operation plan against ISIS.
Adnan Oktar: They think this is just the beginning and say they have not done anything yet.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Love should come to the rescue for appeasing the streets of Pakistan

Love should come to the rescue for appeasing the streets of Pakistan

Pakistan is in turmoil amid street protests demanding the resignation of the current government. The incidents initiated by the opposition on August 14th, under the rubric of Revolutionary March, have turned the country into a theater of combat. Three people died in the clashes while five hundred have been wounded. Although the incidents in the vicinity of the area called the Red Zone which houses government ministries have started to diminish, their impact is still ongoing. The military has taken over control of the area. Right now as the negotiations between the government and the opposition are progressing, arrests are continuing to put an end to the protests. It is reported that hundreds of protestors are being held in custody.

Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf/ Pakistan Movement for Justice (PTI) claimed that the 2013 general elections were rigged and requested the resignation of the government. Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Tahrir-ul-Qadri, on the other hand, declared that he will make a new revolution when he returns to his country from Canada in June and he called his supporters into the streets for public demonstrations.

Before all else, if the opposition claims that there has been fraud they should carry all the evidence they have to that end to the Pakistani courts and if there is a need for reforms in jurisdiction and in the constitution, they should inform the public in this respect and lead the government towards these reforms. But no matter what, all such objections should be carried out with love, in a way that would never harm the integrity of the country. Respecting the results of the polls is one of the main elements of democracy. In the 2013 elections, Nawas Sharif's party won a victory and assumed 189 chairs in the parliament; PTI and PAT became the opposition parties with respectively 34 and 46 chairs in the parliament. This is the third time Prime Minister Sharif assumed the office. Previously he had been overthrown twice in military coups. There have been three military coups in the country after they declared independence in 1947 and right now, Pervez Musharraf is on trial for staging a coup.

It is very important to announce an inaction plan between the parties in Pakistan for the sake of national interests and the unity and solidarity of the country. Turning the streets into a war zone simply because of some political goal or trying to oppress the public is in conflict with the concept of democracy. Of course it is very important for the opposition to have a voice; having a strong opposition means having a strong structure and an advanced democracy for a country. What is unacceptable is the increase in acts of anarchy and violence in the streets. Leaving the parliament and the politicians unable to work owing to unlawful protests is against the universal provisions of law. Every act carried out with violence increases the subsequent use of violence which causes brothers to turn against each other and that is something that would drag any country into disintegration and ruin.

The tradition of suspending democracy should cease being a classical standard for Asian countries as it diminishes the quality of life. An order that could start great reforms in the country and that could strengthen the economy and increase quality of life standards should replace political instability and fragile democracy. Pakistan is very important for other Islamic countries as well. Ensuring stability in this country works in favor of stability in Afghanistan, in the problematic region of Kashmir and even in the Middle East. It also means economic development in the region - especially in India and Iran.

The Pakistani people are invaluable. They deserve to live in brotherhood, peace and love, enjoying an advanced democracy.

The country is not only struggling with political instability but also with the most destructive flood disaster of the last 60 years, which struck the northeast of the country and Punjab province. There is a general infrastructure problem in the country and the people overall are very poor. The national income per capita is only about 1300 dollars.

Along with these issues, Pakistan is also hosting about 1.6 million Afghan refugees right now. The return of the entire Afghan population to their homes until 2015 is targeted.

On the other hand, clashes with the Taliban are still going on in the country. In June, the Taliban attacked the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi and the Pakistani Army is organizing many operations in response to that attack. It is estimated that about 572,000 people have been displaced because of military operations. Moreover it has been reported that 6,000 rockets have been fired from Pakistan on to Taliban positions in Afghanistan.

Under these circumstances, it is crucial for all political figures and the entire Pakistani people to be in unity and solidarity. The politics of love should be adopted before all else. The only solution is to uproot the philosophical background of violence in the country through a rational and educative mobilization.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

If the Hindu nationalist party that has just come to power in India tries to eliminate other faith groups it will inflict a terrible disaster on the country

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated September 07th, 2014
Groups that have been encouraged by statements by Narendra Modi, the leader of the Hindu nationalist party that came to power in the general election in India in May, have been openly stating that they want to eliminate the other faith systems in the country.
Adnan Oktar: That is a totally fascist mentality. A loveless and ruthless mentality has spread there, as well. Lovelessness is extending everywhere. This is one of the definitive signs of the coming of the personage of the End Times.
- This project that seeks to eliminate other beliefs in India is known as ‘purification.’ This is what they say, ‘We will purify Indian society. There is no room for mosques and churches in India.’
Adnan Oktar: They seem to have found a way of bring troubles down on them. There is a search for trouble all over the world. And there is a widespread search for the end of the world. But the end of the world has been halted by the coming of the Mahdi. But it is clear that they really are looking for trouble. And they will only be happy when trouble befalls them. But all these scourges will come to an end with the Imam Mahdi.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Looking at this life from grave?

Looking at this life from grave?

Life flies by in the blink of an eye. One moment you are in your 20s, the next you are in your 40s; then you are at death’s door. While life flies by so fast, death comes when a person is not expecting it and leaves that person all alone, having left behind all his friends and everyone he knew behind. That person may be the richest man in the world, a famous star or a scientist known all over the planet; all his real estate and palaces will never alter that reality. On the day of one’s death, one meets the angels that will take away one’s soul in a full state of submission to them, while the body is placed into the grave prepared for it to rot.

The life that passes with great bustle over the course of 60 or 70 years eventually comes to an end in the grave. Let us imagine for one moment that such a person looks at the life of this world from his grave. What will he see? He will see that other people are now living in that home he valued so much, every corner of which he furnished and decorated. 

Pictures of other people adorn the living room. Other people are using his car or the jewelry that he loved so much once. His other possessions have been given away, and almost nothing that once belonged to him remains. 

Other people are working hard in the business he founded with such effort and spent long hours in every day. He wants to tell them that death is imminent and of the transitory nature of the life of this world, but not a word leaves his lips. He merely watches the life of this world from another dimension. The people in that workplace are all laughing together, holding meetings, eating with friends or striving hard to make money. While people in this world are so distracted, people in the grave know that it is all insignificant and temporary. A person will not be able to take even so much as a handkerchief to the other side. You may amass a vast amount of money in this world, and have gold in banks and shares on the Stock Exchange yet these things are all meaningless: One cannot take a thing from this world into the hereafter. 

That same person then looks at his family, children and friends in this world from the grave. He sees that some are on the brink of death, some have grown old and are fighting diseases, while others have long since joined him in the grave. The life they spent together has passed. The days when they ate and talked and worked together are over. But he looks around and can see none of them with him. The only One he sees as he lies all alone in the grave is Allah:

“You have come to Us all alone just as We created you at first, leaving behind you everything We bestowed on you. We do not see your intercessors accompanying you, those you claimed were your partners with Allah. The link between you is cut. Those you made such claims for have forsaken you.” (Surat Al-An’am, 94)

If the person looking from the grave at the life of this world did not believe during his life, if he did not turn to our Lord, his Creator, and if he rejected worship and followed satan instead, he will be in a state of the most terrible regret. All his pride and arrogance in this world have given way to utter helplessness, weakness and wretchedness. That body he so valued has lost all its beauty, and is now old and squeezed into a cramped grave. All that trouble for the sake of amassing possessions in this world, all the efforts to please other people for that purpose, all the concessions and all the rewards are in vain. There is not a single thing in his hands any more. The reward for those pointless endeavors is the eternal life of hell: 

“Abandon those who have turned their religion into a game and a diversion and who have been deluded by the life of this world. Remind by it lest a person is delivered up to destruction for what he has earned with no protector or intercessor besides Allah. Were he to offer every kind of compensation, it would not be accepted from him. Such people are delivered up to destruction for what they have earned. They will have scalding water to drink and a painful punishment because they were disbelievers.” (Surat Al-An’am, 70)

Will not the person looking at the life of this world from the grave say, “My Lord, I have been a fool to become caught up in this world. How could I have sought fun and entertainment, without ever thinking, or seeing the blessings You created and giving thanks for them? I never once felt curious about the Qur’an You sent and opened it up; I turned away from the thousands of verses You sent for me. But now I look and see that the world I valued so much and all the friends who used to help me with everything are all gone. My children, spouse and brothers and sisters are not here. You My Lord is the only One that is here with me. This distracting and fun-filled world eventually ends in eternal paradise or hell. But I failed to see. Only now do I realize that real life only begins in the hereafter.” 

And that denier will go on to say, “I cannot describe the terrible regret I am feeling now. Send me back, O Lord. Let me one of the pure, one of Your servants with whom You are well pleased.” 

A believer who spent his entire life in faith will also look at the life of this world from the grave. But a gloriously beautiful paradise full of countless blessings has been prepared for him. In paradise he will find the finest examples of all that he spent and used on Allah’s path. If his wife and family and friends were also believers, he and they will sit on thrones and laugh and they shall enjoy themselves together. He spent all his life seeking Allah’s approval and has finally attained eternity in the gardens of Eden. Believers encounter delights they had never expected in paradise and are smothered in blessings, while unbelievers are deprived of even a single drop of water. So the end result of a life spent in faith and good conscience is paradise, while the end result of a life spent in unbelief and foolishness is hell. Let nobody become aware of this fact only when they reach the grave and pass through that gate from which there is no return.

“Those whose scales are heavy, they are the successful. Those whose scales are light, they are the losers of their selves, remaining in hell timelessly, for ever.” (Surat Al-Muminun, 102-103)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Hostility Against Women

Ladies wearing low-neck dresses are perfect Muslims; so are those wearing headscarves. Bearing hostility against women wearing low-neck dresses is as shameful as bearing hostility against women wearing headscarves. We condemn both of these attitudes. 

(A9 TV; September 10th, 2014)

Tuesday, September 16, 2014


"Allah is the One Who puts make up on women, Allah is the One Who creates make up. Allah is the One Who puts kohl on their eyes. Consequently ladies should be beautiful. Then they would feel a greater confidence and happiness. They present a greater beauty to their surroundings. They would serve in the Path of Allah even better. Their power of compiling would be much better. Otherwise they would be disheartened."

Esteemed Adnan Oktar (A9 TV; February 4th, 2013)

The salvation of the Islamic world will come about through Turkey, where the followers of the Mahdi (pbuh) are in power

The salvation of the Islamic world will come about through Turkey, where the followers of the Mahdi (pbuh) are in power

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated September 02nd, 2014
Turkey has a spiritual aspect. Prime Minister Davutoğlu is a very nice man. He brings peace wherever he goes. Wherever he goes, weeping people cling to him. He is a very loving man because he was raised as an orphan. He loves people and weeps with them. There is a fecundity in his tears. May God not cause him to weep. May He make him smile, instead.
- The new policy that Turkey will follow in the Middle East in this new term means the building of brotherhood between Muslim communities out of a conception that supersedes the various sects.
Adnan Oktar: What is another name for that? The system of the Mahdi. The followers of the Mahdi are in power. Radiant beings are in power. That is why they can never be defeated. The core team numbers no more than 12 people. God will not let them be overcome. Anyone else would already have failed 100 times by now. There is a fecundity, a divine protection. Special protection.
- Our forestry minister generally shares signs leading to faith on that web site.
Adnan Oktar: That will lead to fecundity. God’s mercy will be upon him. Even a very minor-looking endeavor is valuable in the Sight of God. A single world of remembrance of God brings fecundity and well-being with it. A light has come down on our nation. Bediuzzaman also describes the Turkish nation as ‘a devout nation and heroic army.’
- Prime Minister Davutoğlu said in his speech; “The AKP has put an end to 30 years of brother fighting against brother. No force can divide Turkey down sectarian lines. We want peace, not only in our country, but in all neighboring countries, too. The Middle East and the Caucasus are on fire. But there is an island of peace in that sea of fire. We will never turn back from the path of peace.
Adnan Oktar: Excellent. What he says is exactly right, of course. The whole world is engulfed in flames. They see a hope of salvation in Turkey. All the countries of the Middle East will be ruined unless we stand up strongly and intelligently, may God forbid. The Islamic world is currently unable to think right on many issues. They have surrendered to an orthodox conception of Islam and are being ruined by it. Europe and America have turned in on themselves and are just watching the scenes of horror in the Islamic world. Salvation will come from Turkey.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

ISIS cannot be destroyed through military operations. Terror will only cease with the collapse of its ideology.

ISIS cannot be destroyed through military operations. Terror will only cease with the collapse of its ideology.

From initially talking of bringing ‘democracy’ to the region, the USA - which has been fighting radical Islamist organizations ever since the September 11 attacks - is now talking about ‘eradicating’ ISIS. It is of course impossible to ignore the contribution that America has made to the building of peace in various parts of the world, such as Kosovo. The sensitivity it displays on the subject of supplying humanitarian aid to almost everywhere in the world, despite its own economic problems, is also praiseworthy. There is also no doubt that democracy needs to come to Islamic lands and that the violence of ISIS needs to cease to exist for the sake of world peace. The important thing, however, is how this is to be done. 

One concrete fact stands after 13 years of military operations, from Afghanistan to Libya and from Nigeria to Iraq, radical terrorist groups have not ceased to exist through military force, violence and oppression, on the contrary, they grow even stronger.

Statistics reveal that the USA has spent some $7 trillion in Afghanistan and Iraq. Again according to the figures, $10 million of US taxpayers’ money goes to the fight against terror every hour. The lives that have been lost are, of course, beyond any material measurement. The picture emerging from all this expenditure and effort is one of ISIS controlling an area larger than Great Britain, Boko Haram  kidnapping young schoolgirls in Nigeria, al-Shabaab causing terrible devastation in Somalia and radical organizations turning Libya into a sea of blood. 

That picture can be changed. This is what needs to be done:

All kinds of military operation, including air strikes, just further anti-Americanism.
 Such strikes lead to civilian deaths, damage cities and destroy infrastructure, causing, increasing fury  in the countries concerned and that fury mostly benefits radical organizations. Spending billions of dollars on producing people opposing it, and thus providing human resources for terror organizations, is a most undesirable state of affairs for the USA. 

Although killing off the leaders of terror organizations is presented as an effective technique by some military analysts, looked at from a wider perspective, no results are actually obtained from it at all.
 The killing of Osama bin Laden obviously did not spell the end of al-Qaeda. In the most recent incident, 25 people lost their lives in a suicide attack on a UN convoy in the immediate wake of the killing of the leader of al-Shabaab. Violence grows in proportion to the scale of the destruction, resulting in a vicious circle of violence.

In order to break the spiral of terror, socioeconomic improvements need to be made and policies such as ensuring the implementation of democratic processes clearly need to be brought to the fore in regions where there is intense terrorist activities. In order for all these things to happen, however, it is essential to see the factors affecting people in the region and to assess them accurately. The most influential of these factors is without doubt Islam.

President Obama’s emphasizing that ISIS is not representative of Islam is a most valuable and important step: 
However, the ideology that ISIS does represent needs to be accurately identified. Indeed, ISIS does not represent Islam and Muslims, but unfortunately many of the values it espouses are based on interpretations found in basic Islamic works.Careful examination of the basic works of Sunni Islamic culture such as those of Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud and Tirmidhi shows that they do refer to primitive and barbaric modes of punishment such as ‘striking on the neck and stoning,’ even though these are not in the Qur’an. First and foremost, these remarks must be removed from Islamic sources and there must be a return to the essence of the faith, to the Qur’an in other words. The whole Islamic world must be told, in detail, that there is no violence in the Qur’an and that such interpretations are incompatible with the Qur’an.

At the root of the current turmoil in the Islamic world lies the fact of an abandonment of the Qur’an and that people are living by a religion based largely on false knowledge  that does not appear in the Qur’an. Indeed the Prophet Mohammed’s only complaint about Muslims in the Qur’an is that “...they treat this Qur’an as something to be ignored.” (Surat al-Furqan, 30)

If we want a spirit based on love, compassion, pluralism, understanding and affection to prevail across the Islamic world, the way to bring this about is a return to the moral values of the Qur’an, which have been ignored for centuries.
 Through such concepts as, “You have your faith and I have my faith” and “There is no compulsion in the faith,” Islam laid the foundations of secularism, democracy and pluralism 1,400 years ago. Once people live by the Qur’an, nobody can be accused of heresy for belonging to a different sect, nobody will be killed for being a Christian or Jew, no criminals will be crucified and nobody will be enslaved because of a different ethnic origin. When people abide by the Qur’an, everyone, be they Christian, Jew, Muslim or atheist will live as first-class citizens, democracy will function properly and universal law will ensure the provision of justice.

It is therefore clear what needs to be done; to expose, with evidence from the Qur’an, the invalidity of the information that ISIS and other radical terror groups use as supposed evidence and that appears in various Islamic sources. 
Thousands of young Europeans and Americans who have joined ISIS can be won back through education and by revealing the truth instead of error, not by killing tens of thousands of people in the Middle East and raining bombs down on them.

As a superpower, the USA also has a powerful military. It has great expertise in the strategy of war and invasion. Yet what would really become the USA is to build and develop civilization and to contribute to progress. The way to do that is through educational and cultural activities. 
Correct education with accurate ideas needs to be implemented; teaching the true Islam based on the Qur’an, rather than the classic, orthodox conception of Islam, can make people who currently favor violence espouse peace, love and brotherhood instead. This would be far  more economical than spending trillions of dollars on weaponry and later spending billions more on humanitarian aid, and is a method than will produce guaranteed results.

Some circles in the USA are wary of supporting the teaching of the Islam of the Qur’an. One of the reasons for that caution is the false idea that “It is wrong for America to teach Muslims about Islam.” The USA should certainly not impose any particular idea or insist upon any particular opinion on Muslims.
What the USA needs to do is to support cultural activities intended to teach and spread the Islam of the Qur’an. 

It would be a very good idea for Muslim countries to be included in the coalition to be set up against ISIS. However, it must not be forgotten that a harsh and radical concept of Islam, similar to that of ISIS, also prevails in many of the countries in that coalition. Beheadings as capital punishment are carried out in those countries, women are treated as second-class citizens and freedom of thought and expression is routinely trampled underfoot. It is therefore impossible for the mindset that impose a ruthless lifestyle on its own peoples to fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria or to provide the peoples of other regions with the peace they long for. Surely there are reasonable, rational and modern leaders in Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. However, most of the time these people are forced to give in to the demands of the fundamentalists living in those countries. For this reason, it is paramount that these leaders are supported and made stronger. 
If the USA is to forge an alliance it must be with Muslims of the Qur’an, and it must develop common strategies with them.

The Muslim world, and especially the Middle East, is home to many different ethnic cultures, beliefs and values. These all lived side by side in great harmony for hundreds of years. Many political commentators are agreed that the borders drawn and the new countries established in the wake of the First World War are today a problem for the region: That is essentially a correct assessment. What would also be wrong is to draw up new borders on the basis of different ethnic identities or sects that would simply break the Middle East up into smaller components.
 What the Middle East, with its hundreds of sects, beliefs and ethnicities, needs is not new micro-states in perpetual conflict with one another, but a union such as the European Union and a spirit of alliance.

One of the ways in which security and equilibrium were restored in Europe after the Second World was through the setting up of NATO at the initiative of the USA. The Islamic world, wracked as it has been for decades by war and conflict, also needs a similar body. An Islamic world capable of acting as one in industry,  economy, defense and  most importantly of all in cultural activities will lighten the burden on the USA. It will be able to resolve its own problems, guarantee its own energy resources and prepare the ground for the ending of conflicts and regeneration.

Implementation of the solutions summarized above is essential, not just for the Middle East, but for world peace. Instead of resorting to a new military operation that will doubtlessly last for years and produce no results, the rational thing is to turn to these proposals, which have never been tried before but that would indeed  produce the desired results. Unless the foundations of terror are eradicated through educational and cultural activities - unless the swamp is dried up in other words - there is no point in simply swatting at mosquitoes. 

Our common prayer is to achieve a world in which there is no terror and violence, in which all people are valued, no matter what their religious beliefs, language or race, a world of joy and happiness. We hope that the USA will be instrumental in making that common prayer a reality and leading the way to peace and brotherhood.

Yours faithfully,

2014-09-15 00:32:12

How did our Prophet (pbuh) speak with Gabriel?

How did our Prophet (pbuh) speak with Gabriel?

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated July 26th, 2014
- You have said before that our Prophet was in a state of wakefulness when speaking with Gabriel. When he emerged from that state after receiving revelation did he remember only the verses or did not our Prophet remember the whole encounter?
Adnan Oktar: Of course God inscribed the verses in his heart. That is a miracle of the Qur’an. There are very long surahs and verses. He memorized them all. When Gabriel came, he covered our Prophet with a shawl. When the revelation came they uncovered our Prophet, who turned pale, began sweating beads and fell into a state of faintness. When he awoke he began reciting all the verses. Masha’Allah.
He even tried to move his mouth to memorize those verses. God told him not to try to remember them, but that he would inscribe them in his heart. God said he could relax as he would not forget the verses.
When he awoke he began reciting very long verses of the Qur’an, that almost nobody could memorize, right from the start. That is a miracle. The Companions were then writing the verses down.
But they also memorized them. They kept them written on pieces of parchment. But hundreds of people were able to memorize the entire Qur’an. Our Prophet also memorized the Qur’an, as you know.
Then those who had memorized the Qur’an began being martyred in battle. When very many of them were martyred, the Qur’an began being written down.

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

The moral virtue in Anatolia is a model of humanity for the world

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated August 27th, 2014
There is currently a climate of peace in Turkey. They used to say that if the head scarf was allowed, there would be people wearing it everywhere. Then they saw that no such thing happened. Life carries on as normal. Some refused to have any dealings with the president’s wife because she wore the headscarf. They refused to shake the hand of the wife of the prime minister because she wore the headscarf. They refused to say hello or to go to places where she would be. We went through some horrible times, in other words. But there is a relaxed atmosphere on that subject in Turkey now. Ladies with the head scarf and those without are both respected. That is good.
The important thing is to abide by the spirit of the nation. The Turkish nation has a traditional warm spirit of brotherhood and friendship. A relative of Prime Minister Davutoğlu addressed him as ‘My son, Ahmet.’ The expression of love on her face was beautiful. That was a lovely thing to say, expressing the cleanliness and innocence of a child. That is how our people are. That is the mentality that is in power now. The alleged Ergenekon terror organization despised and oppressed a very large part of our nation. But now there is warmth and beauty. However, we must still be careful that fanaticism does not infiltrate us. The warmth and love of Anatolia is a different matter. But they may manage to squeeze a bit of fanaticism in. If they are on their guard against that, then the pure moral virtue of Anatolia is a good model for the world. The pure, clean moral virtue in Anatolia, its conception of love and altruism and brotherhood, is a perfect model of humanity for Europe and Japan and everywhere. It is a model that the whole world will hugely admire. By the will of God, the moral virtue of Anatolia has never been spoiled God. They never managed to spoil it in the Southeast with the PKK. They are all devout, kind, polite and respectful people. We see all their immaculate nature and sweetness on the television. God has preserved them. The presence of the TV has not spoiled them in any way. Various press organizations have also failed to spoil them. Because one can now watch anywhere in the world. Anatolia has preserved its purity and nobility. That has happened for a reason, otherwise it would have been spoiled. But God did not allow it. He preserved this community as a model for the world. That model of virtue will now prevail across the world. An ethical ready-made model that everyone abides by.

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When their Messenger comes

  Adnan Oktar: Abjad calculation of the part of verse 47 of Surah Yunus "Every nation has a  Messenger, and when their Messenger comes...