Let’s start with fascist Austria. Last week, Austria’s anti-Islam Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced that they are going to close down seven mosques in their country, one of which belongs to Turks, and deport 11 imams.
Zionist-friendly Kurz visited the terrorist state Israel yesterday. His first stop was the Wailing Wall. He met with murderer Benjamin Netanyahu.
We are talking about Austria, whose term presidency in the EU will start on July 1.
So, “closing down mosques” is also among the European Union’s “unwritten” criteria.
Did you say “freedom of religion and worship” or “human rights”?
If Muslims are in question, then all the “universal rules” in the EU are wiped out in a moment. These rules are solely to paint a false picture.
You know how there are those who tell stories saying, “The EU is never a Christian club”? None of them are anywhere to be seen, none them have made a peep after Austria’s decision to close down mosques.
Santa Claus PKK
“Anti-Islam sentiment” knows no boundaries in EU countries.
“Crucifixes” are being planted on the land where a mosque is planned to be built in the Netherlands, which has given residency permits to all treacherous Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) members.
In Germany, the “driving force” of the European Union, Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) members are burning one mosque after another – while the police of the German state watching by with grins on their faces.
The Turk who protested the PKK demonstration in Solingen was badly beaten by German police.
“Anti-Islam sentiment” is state policy in Germany. What’s more, it is the same in all European Union states.
We are talking about the Germany that welcomed FETÖ’s fugitive prosecutors, commissioned officers and imams with open arms.
Trickster Angela Merkel continues to protect the PKK terrorists.
Remember how Saleh Muslum, the former co-chair of the PKK’s Syrian wing, the Democratic Union Party (PYD), who was released by Prague, went to Germany and joined the PKK rally in front of Brandenburg’s door in Berlin.
Ankara had requested a temporary arrest and extradition from Berlin for Saleh Muslum:
There’s still no response from Germany.
Let us also not forget that the PKK terrorists set the historical Kurşunlu Mosque in Diyarbakır on fire in December 2015.
They had also opened fire with long-barrel guns so that the fire brigade could not intervene, to prevent the fire from being extinguished.
While PKK terrorists were burning a mosque in Diyarbakır, the terrorist organization’s members in Frankfurt were going around dressed in Santa Claus costumes spreading PKK propaganda.
What was the objective of the CIA agent in a priest mask?
The following striking accusations were made by a secret witness, codenamed “Serhat,” during the second hearing of CIA agent Andrew Craig Brunson – wearing the priest mask – who was arrested for connections to FETÖ and whose release U.S. President Donald Trump requested from President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan:
“Brunson was specifically wedding Kurdish-origin men with Christian women. For example, he married off missioner Louis and Syrian Kurdish refugee Muhammed Ahmed who lived in Mardin for many years.
In accordance with Brunson’s instructions, Ahmed was on duty in the Gezi Park and Kobani events and the trench incident. Brunson wanted the Kurdish state that is planned to be built to be a Christian state…” (Milliyet newspaper, May 8, 2018)
Let us remember what Mehdi Zana, who was mayor in Diyarbakır before 1980, said in the interview he gave to Tempo magazine.
Mehdi Zana’s response to a question along the lines of, “Since the Kurds there have been living on these lands for thousands of years, why are they so challenged in the fight for identity and rights in their country of residence? What do you see as the source of the problem?” was:
“All Western sources talk about 6,000 years. I believe Kurds lost when they accepted Islam…” (March 15, 2007)
Zana’s statement revealed the “source” of the anti-Islam sentiment in the PKK.
The CIA agents that have been working in Turkey since 1962 to “spread Kurdism” within the scope of the “Peace Volunteers” program, and also slyly carrying out missionary activities, were quite influential in the likes of Mehdi Zana having “animosity toward Islam.”
In the 1960s, when as many as 1,500 secret CIA agents were swarming Turkey under camouflaged professions, FETÖ leader Fetullah Gülen had also laid the foundations of the GLADIO organization under the guise of a “religious movement.”
Those in the same line
The records of the conversation Mehmet Partigöç, one of the key names in FETÖ’s July 15 military coup attempt on the 50th anniversary of its establishment in İzmir, had with his wife in prison were published in yesterday’s Yeni Şafak.
When his wife asked, “Should I vote for Meral Akşener?” “Peace at Home Council” member, coup plotter Partigöç tells her:
“I’m going to vote for the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP). We are in the same line with the guy, we are in prison…”
Who are the Republican People’s Party’s (CHP) presidential candidate Muharrem İnce, İYİ Party (Good Party) candidate Meral Akşener and Felicity Party (SP) candidate Temel Karamollaoğlu, who want HDP/PKK candidate Selahattin Demirtaş to be released, in the same line with?