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The Conflicts with Syria Should be Resolved Amicably and Peacefully

Any retaliation against Syria for shooting down a Turkish plane could lead to catastrophic results for all sides.
Adnan Oktar (R) with former Israeli Chief Rabbi Israel Lau

Adnan Oktar (R) with former Israeli Chief Rabbi Israel Lau

Military and Economic Sanctions against Syria will be an effective method: 

Resorting to retaliation and declaring war as soon as we have a problem with a neighbor can never be the solution. Instead of that, we have to work through reasonable methods to ensure peace and brotherhood. First of all, the communist mafia that’s troubling the Syrian government and people should be eliminated. Syria must be blockaded by sea and land, and economic sanctions should be applied against Syria. Such a practice will destroy the resources of the communist mafia troubling Syria.  Another solution could be arresting and trying all those people in Syria which are causing all this fighting  there. But the problem should be solved without tormenting either party.

Turkey enjoys the blessings of the Mahdi system and every time it had a problem with its neighbors, it was always resolved amicably and peacefully. And, by the leave of Allah, it will be like that in the future.

The Russian support for Syria should be prevented through peaceful methods:

Our plane being shot down and the Muslim blood in Syria, is also on the hands of the Russians. The approach of Russia, which is a part of the bloc that contains Syria, is crucial.

For this reason, it’s very important that our Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan meet the Russian president Vladimir Putin. Indeed, recently Putin partially withdrew its support for Syria and that’s good. Turkey and Russia had always been close allies. But if this changes, and if Russia supports communist regimes and its supporters in Syria, this could impair Turkish-Russian relations. This could also tarnish the image of Russia in the world’s eyes.

Russia should immediately stop supporting Syria, otherwise Russia will be an accomplice to the massacres, cruelty and atrocities going on in Syria.

Russia is known as a Muslim friend and President Putin is usually known for his friendly attitude towards  Muslims. Hence, it will be expedient for our Prime Minister to see Mr. Putin one more time and persuade him into stopping his support for Syria. This, by the leave of Allah, will help put an end to oppression on Muslims in Syria and the reckless and violent attitude of Syria towards its neighbors.

On top of that, Russia should keep in mind that Turkey is a crucial ally. It is vital that President Putin is on the side of Turkey, and that he talks about his desire for Islamic Union and that he wants Russia as a part of Islamic Union too. Thus, Russia will be protected by a strong military pact, Russians will live with peace of mind and with good living standards. Their military expenses will drop and Russians will finally enjoy a beautiful life.

So the solution is very easy: a legitimate election should be held in Syria, with the support of Russia and the party with the highest votes should lead a coalition government. A peace force should be built under the lead of the Republic of Turkey and Syria and Turkey should join.

Now it’s time to be brothers and sisters, friends.

Bashar al-Assad should leave Syria and be taken to a safe place: 

The communist regime in Syria is an antichrist structure and Bashar al-Assad and the government are just the pawns of this deep state. Just like in the case of Saddam Hussein, the former president of Iraq, the deep communist state is responsible for the massacre of those people. However, the deep state and its pawn, which in this case is the Syrian administration, will come down with the manifestation of one of Allah’s names ‘Jabbar (The Compeller)’. However, Bashar al-Assad and his family, to avoid the fate of Saddam Hussein, should immediately step down and leave their country peacefully and safely, under the protection provided by Turkey.  The assets of Assad  should also be delivered to him fully and Turkey should provide a safe shelter for him and his family. This is the only way for the Syrian people, and Bashar al-Assad and his family, to enjoy peace and safety.

Turkey should not fight but unite with Syria and work for the Islamic Union

Turkey and Syria engaging in a war will be mutually destructive. It is illegal for a Muslim to fight another Muslim. It should be kept in mind that war leaves behind only lost loved ones, burnt down mosques and destroyed houses. The century we are living in is the Mahdi century. Being brothers and sisters is the only way that befits the both countries. Actually, the foundations of this brotherhood and friendship were laid in our history. The Syrian lands were previously a part of the Ottoman Empire and the people lived there safely and comfortably and with peace. The state of Syria is actually an old Ottoman province, of which the current borders were drawn by the British by the help of rulers. For this reason, all Syrians are actually our brothers and sisters. The way to put an end to this deceptive war game of the antichrist lies on these historical foundations, and Turkey and Syria should join as the first step of the Islamic Union, and Turkey should welcome its brothers and sisters there with open arms. As a part of this, visas and passports should be left and there should be free movement between the two countries.

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2 Responses to “The Conflicts with Syria Should be Resolved Amicably and Peacefully”

  1. Jay Kitainik says:

    What is this doing on a Jewish website?
    It also strikes me as being a wild fantasy, barely intelligible.

  2. Rahat Khan says:

    InshAllah,,, each word of our guide is like gems and pearls of truth and wisdom, these are the ways that could only save the whole crisis and bring peace to syria and whole world,, inshAllah it will happen exactly the way he has described the only wise way towards peace and Islamic Union will be formed soon inshAllah,,,

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