Turkey is the voice of Africa

What He Said?What Happened?

Abu Dhabi TV - February 19th , 2009

Adnan Oktar: First of all, Syria wants to unite with Turkey, Iraq wants to unite as well. So long as Syria and Iraq desire to unite, that would mean everyone would like to unite anyway. Azerbaijan wants, Armenia wants , Georgia wants to unite with Turkey, what is left? It will be a unity that will include Lithuania. It will be an association that will include Lithuania, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kirghizia, Turkmenistan, East Turkestan, up until Libya.  A GREAT TURKISH-ISLAMIC UNION WILL BE FORMED WITH ALL THE BORDER COUNTRIES OF AFRICA UNTIL THE INLANDS, Turkey has already had an experience previously, it has an Ottoman experience, and this time the mistakes that were in the Ottoman period will not be made again. There were historical mistakes in the Ottoman period, those will not happen again; the perfect aspects of the Ottoman approach will be taken, the good sides will be taken, the erroneous and deficient sides won’t be taken and a perfect association will be constituted.

Haberturk - March 16th , 2010

Hurriyet -March 16th , 2010

President Abdullah Gul met with the President of Democratic Congo Republic, Joseph Kabila. In his speech President Abdullah Gul emphasized that “Turkey gives great importance to the relations with Africa. Gul said that, “Turkey believed that the world was indebted towards Africa”, and he also emphasized that, Turkey is “the voice of Africa” not only in UN but also in the other international organizations and Turkey repeats this invitation.

2010-06-15 23:48:25

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