New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (21 January 2016)


The hypocrite always works against Muslims. That is to say, the hypocrite would incessantly think about what kind of devilish, ignominious acts he could do every hour of the day. They are up to something wicked from morning to night. However, they manage to perform only a few of these activities because they are incapable of doing anything more. Otherwise, when given an opportunity, the hypocrite can be very malicious and cruel. They could do all kinds of wickedness. That is, they could spy on, do all sorts of evils and behave despicably. The hypocrite would be willing to do all kinds of activities against Muslims, yet he comes up against a brick wall as these attempts go beyond the bounds of his means. In the Qur'an, God says: "They vacillate between the two. Not joining these or joining those..." (Surah An-Nisa, 143). He sides with whoever seems to be strong.

For instance, now that the British shadow state has begun to be exposed, you see that their followers have started to sell them out straight away. They have started to hang them out to dry right away. Now that they are being exposed, all of their sycophants started to leave them but those sycophants wouldn't come to heel or become well-behaved after leaving them. They will set off on another quest and become involved in another indecency; they will attempt to carry out another malicious activity. The hypocrite does not come to heel, as the verse indicates. God says: "The buildings they have built will not cease to be a bone of contention in their hearts, until their hearts are cut to shreds." (Surat At-Tawba, 110)

The hypocrite is the human form of the antichrist. He always behaves dishonorably. He gets into a mess. Even if you cut him loose from some trouble, he will get into other trouble. Even if you cut him loose from that one as well, he will get into more trouble. That is, he cannot take the edge off his desires as his lower-self constantly gives him evil commands. God says:

"They say: "Do we have any say in the affair at all?"  (Surah Al ‘Imran, 154) The hypocrite is in pursuit of his interests all the time. For instance, he serves, fawns over the shadow state. He thinks that he can benefit from that, for instance, he assumes that he may find a job in England. He assumes that it will be very advantageous for him but, when he realizes that it is a trivial organization which falls into disgrace, he decides to leave. However, even when he leaves the organization, he gets involved in some other malice. He embarks on another malicious activity. For that reason, it is of critical importance to keep the hypocrite under surveillance. That is to say, as he always gets into a mess and does not behave himself, Muslims should always be on alert. They say:

"If we had only had a say in the affair, none of us would have been killed here in this place (Surah Al' Imran, 154)." If you were killed, would you be able to survive to ask this? See, the verse reads: "If we had only had a say in the affair, none of us would have been killed here in this place." They emphasize the possibility of being killed in this way. However, had God willed it, you would die  anyway.

2016-03-17 00:48:36

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