Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a rally for his political party.
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BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – On Saturday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacked French President Emmanuel Macron again, accusing France of being “generally behind the disasters and occupation in Azerbaijan.”

Erdogan asked about Macron’s problem with Islam, saying: “What is the problem of the so-called Macron with Islam?”

He stressed that “Macron needs mental treatment,” as tensions between the two leaders continues to grow.

The Turkish President considered that European policies against Islam are not understood, and considered that when the German police stormed a mosque in Berlin, it was “evidence of the transition of fascism in European countries to a new stage.”

 

Source: RT

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Stern Daler
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2020-10-25 19:09
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What is the problem of the Mohammedan AKP Caliph Erdogan with the laws in France and other EU countries. Mohammedans that do not like to live in France or the EU under the laws there can leave the Dār al-Harb for the Dār al-Islam. Nobody forced any Mohammedan to come here as a slave and nobody forces them to stay and live under these laws. p.s. The Imam of a Berlin mosque embezzled German government CORONA aid. When the mosque was searched by the police the Turk AKP Caliph claimed infringement of religious freedom to defend such fraud against police… Read more »

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2020-10-26 07:12
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BTW, doesn’t Qu’ran forbids Mohammedans to live in Dār al-Harb and orders them to live in Dār al-Islam? Mohammedans staying in Dār al-Harb are called “munafiq” (hypocrites)

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2020-10-26 11:29
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Allah testifies that the munāfiqūn are liars. 63.1… They believe that every cry is directed against them. They are the enemy, so be careful of them. p.s. the bifurcation of the world into two domains—Dār al-Islām and Dār al-Ḥarb—is essentially an affirmation of the principle of territorial jurisdiction. The munāfiqūn that do not like this fact and demand that their sharia laws must be applied in the Dār al-Harb have to perish or leave. I am fed up with all modern Mohammedans that use the catchphrase “West versus Islam” or slander the societies or states of the “West” as not… Read more »

zen dahodi
zen dahodi
2020-10-25 20:56

Macron’s Jehad against Muslims and Islam will surely intensified Islam o phobia of the Christian racists on one hand and terrorism by the ISS on the other hand. Macron must stop blaming the entire Muslim race and religion for the unrest and blood baths in France, rather advice his Christian fellows to respect other religions too. There are many reasons behind such acts including social, economical and political inequality and grievances and neglect of Muslim migrants; which must be addressed and resolved. 

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2020-10-26 07:15

European policies against Islam are not understood

What about making the Hagia Sophia cathedral a mosque? Are Turkish policies against Christianity not understood?

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2020-10-26 11:38
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Hagia Sophia was the symbol to prove their superiority and that they will continue their old war against the Harbī.

p.s. Only a few months later the Azeri and Turks started to reclaim the land of the Armenians under the pretext that it had once belonged to them. The same as they did 1974 in Cyprus. The same as they do in every no go zone in France.
About time to meet them on the road of the martyrs again and follow them all the way home this time.