Turkey is again the negotiator in the Middle East

What He Said?What Happened?

Kordon TV, July 27, 2008

Adnan Oktar: Exerting its authority Turkey should directly be in the big brother position; moreover; as a well esteemed leader, Turkey should come in the leading position of the Middle East and of all the Islamic countries. That is because, Turkey is country which has very rational and sincere people. It is a country with very conscious people and it has an excellent army. The army of Turkey is very very conscious, they go over the things with a fine comb and they are very well-educated. And they are loved in all the countries, whereever they go they are loved. For example; they go to Iraq, they are loved, they go to Bosnia; they are loved, they go to Somalia; they are loved, they are respected in everywhere. They are loved and respected in Afghanistan. There is an actual situation in here. THAT IS TO SAY; ALL THE MIDDLE EAST, ALL THE ISLAMIC WORLD LOVE THE TURKISH ARMY AND THE TURKISH NATION. THEREFORE THEY WANT TURKEY TO BE THEIR BIG BROTHER.  In other words; at this point Turkey should arise, should put forward a leader, a spiritual leader, if necessary and thus should fulfill this duty of being a big brother in the Islamic and Turkish countries as well. That is to say constituting the Turkish-Islamic Union urgently is a must for the whole region.

Yeni Şafak, 10 Mart 2010

President Erdogan, who declared that Turkey is acting as the negotiator between Syria and Israel, also declared that the peace negotiations between Palestine and Israel will be started.

2010-06-15 23:33:42

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