Erdogan Turkey: Muslims are not terrorists, repeat after me: Muslims are not…

“Islam & terror are not same…”

Turkish prime minister Erdogan sounds just like Solkar:

“take a valium, relax… go back to sleep…”

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Islam and terror are antagonistic to each other, Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said while addressing the UN General Assembly, the Turkish Anadolu news agency reported.

“The essence of Islam is peace. Islam has never justified terrorism,” Erdogan said. (Except when its not, like here: Qur’an (8:39) - “And fight with them until there is no more persecution and religion should be only for Allah”/ed)

According to the Prime Minister, identification of concepts such as Islam and terror is wrong.

Bukhari (52:220) - Allah’s Apostle said… ‘I have been made victorious with terror’

“The essence of all religions is peace. (except Islam) un-Like Islam, other religions do not justify the killing,” Erdogan said.

* Corrections are mine. Too bad he wasn’t booed out of the UN assembly….

He must be a bad muslim, a real bad misunderstander of Islam:

Bukhari (8:387) – Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah

فَإِذَا انسَلَخَ الأَشْهُرُ الْحُرُمُ فَاقْتُلُواْ الْمُشْرِكِينَ حَيْثُ وَجَدتُّمُوهُمْ وَخُذُوهُمْ وَاحْصُرُوهُمْ وَاقْعُدُواْ لَهُمْ كُلَّ مَرْصَدٍ فَإِن تَابُواْ وَأَقَامُواْ الصَّلاَةَ وَآتَوُاْ الزَّكَاةَ فَخَلُّواْ سَبِيلَهُمْ إِنَّ اللّهَ غَفُورٌ رَّحِيمٌ

11 thoughts on “Erdogan Turkey: Muslims are not terrorists, repeat after me: Muslims are not…”

  1. Being compared to a head of state is a complement, it also confirms my beliefs. The first being that Islam and terrorism are not the same. The second that the blog-owner and his sources are always as usual – doing the same routine questionable BS.

    1. The blog-owner points out that Erdogan is a convicted Islamist who spent time in prison for his radical activities, perhaps you have that in common?

      No wonder you instantly go into “defensive jihad” mode, solker boy.

  2. * The first being that Islam and terrorism are not the same.

    Really, Solkhar – does satan’s sockpuppet allah know that?

    When he wants his followers to carry out some wet work for him, he
    almost prides himself on his ability to cast terror into the hearts of
    the infidels (8:12 blasphemous koran).

  3. Yet again noting the lack of denial about the regular source errors and half-quotes…..

    LOL, he was convicted and sentenced to jail for openingly questioning the absured levels of anti-secularism that resulted in freedom of speech which you are always arguing about and defending. He read an Islam-Inspired poem at a ceremony whilst being the Mayor of Istanbul.

    The poem was not about hate or revolution thus abusing his status as a public official – unlike say Wilders, and thus we can use the freedom of speech argument, in fact we can also argue that he pushed Turkish history and nationalism in the act.

    So under your definitions, there was no radical activity and in fact it was the authorities at the time who were radical. Double standards yet again blog-owner.

    As I said, I rather respect that person and thus feel rather honoured that you have copared me to such a person. I have also met the man, when I was posted there, as he was the Mayor of Istanbul, we had some events there. He suprised me by asking if I was diabetic, I said I was and asked how he had known. He said because he was as well and could see it in my eyes and in the way I sweat – it was a hot summer’s day.

  4. Thanks for that, solker.

    ” I rather respect that person and thus feel rather honoured ” confirms to me that you are both radical Islamists who want to reverse Kemalism and turn Turkey into a caliphate again, something you usually deny.

    I am very well aware that Erdogan was “sentenced to jail for openingly questioning the ‘absurd levels of anti-secularism’ that resulted in freedom of speech which you are always arguing about and defending.”

    Indeed. What you call ‘absurd’ is for free thinking people the essence of freedom, which includes also freedom from religion.

    Because freedom for Islamic despots means slavery for all and freedom gone. You know that, solker, don’t act stoopid.

    Islam is anything but freedom, so what you call “double standards” doesn’t give me any grey hairs…

  5. Double standards there.

    You want freedom of speech and choice as long as it not against what you believe in. Very undemocratic and hypocritical of you.

    I am certainly a person that believes in the period of Attarturk has expired its due date. The Turkish PM does not believe in an Islamic State or Caliphate, of which be certain that he is very apposed to the latter. If we share anything it is the need for Turkey to correctly have a democracy and secular State that recognised the legitimate rights and value structure of its population. That is not extremism at all, that is just basic logic and freedoms.

    Erdogan is not an Islamic Despot, and if you believe it then whe know who is “stoopid”.

    Interesting your last line is that freedom and democracy is a right for anyone except those that are Muslims and your not going to have guilt feelings and grow grey hairs believing that, right Adolf?

    1. Your tying yourself in knots again, solker.

      “You want freedom of speech and choice as long as it not against what you believe in. Very undemocratic and hypocritical of you.”

      Not at all. Since you reject democracy and just about all Islamic countries are ruled by despots freedom must be guarded against the likes of you. Our ancestors have fought Mohammedanism for 1400 years, why do you think we should give it up now?

      I have seen Erdogan in Davos, in action. I know everything I need to know. If I ever seen an Islamic nutbag, a bigot, a zealot and a hypocrite then he fits the description.

      Islam and democracy cannot coexist, solker. You know that. You calling me ‘undemocratic and hypocritical’ for defending my culture and civilization?

  6. ERDOGAN (like is so common for a Turk) has the temper of a rabid dog, and can’t handle criticism at all. This is what happens when you have a bad trait, n’ just keep inbreeding for that trait. I don’t know how blood that’s so impatient n’ short-tempered can be called “Royal,” but this is the case. Go to youtube, and search for “Turkish Car Accidents.” They have a greatest hits video, but they had to break it into parts 1 & 2 (just so many massive hits to choose from.)

  7. Solkhar,

    The evidence for Islam being quite properly equated with violence and terrorism is beyond dispute.There are any number of references that catalogue this. Here is a sample:

    Nothing is going to change unless and until Islam itself bring sits diabolical belief system into the modern world.

    But this isnt going to happen anytime soon whilst we have the leader of a major country like Turkey, carrying on like one.

    It also isnt going to happen whilst that appallingly evil organisation called the OIC and its slimey leader Ekmeledin Ishanoglou (also Turkish) doesnt stop trying to take away the gains the western world has made by campaiging against free speech,as the did in the Durban 1 and Druban 2 Conferences.

    Further it is not a though the muslim countries coverrd themselves in glory and enlightenment after the recent round of speeches in the UN, did they.

    What a spectacle. Gaddafi followed by Ahmandinejad.

  8. You can recognize Erdogan (and solker, his sock puppet) here:

    Arab Islamic countries do not suffer from poverty, or disease, or illiteracy, or exploitation; they only suffer from the worst of all plagues: Islam. Wherever Islamic psychology rules, there is the inevitable rule of despotism and criminal aggression. The danger lies in Islamic psychology, which cannot integrate itself into the world of efficiency and progress, that lives in a world of illusion, perturbed by attacks of inferiority complexes and megalomania, lost in dreams of the holy sword. The danger stems from the totalitarian conception of the world, the passion for murder deeply rooted in their blood, from the lack of logic, the easily inflamed brains, the boasting, and above all: the blasphemous disregard for all that is sacred to the civilized world…their reactions — to anything — have nothing to do with good sense. They are all emotion, unbalanced, instantaneous, senseless. It is always the lunatic that speaks from their throat. You can talk ‘business’ with everyone, and even with the devil. But not with Allah…This is what every grain in the middle east shouts. There were many great cultures here, and invaders of all kinds. All of them — even the Crusaders — left signs of culture and blossoming. But on the path of Islam, even the trees have died.

    Dr A Carlebach, involuntarily quoted by Edward Said.

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