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Erdogan: A Muslim cannot become a terrorist, nor can a terrorist become a Muslim
In his speech during the meeting of the parliamentary bloc of the Justice and Development Party at the parliament headquarters in the capital, Ankara
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed, on Wednesday, that a Muslim cannot be a terrorist nor a terrorist is a Muslim.
In a speech during the meeting of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) parliamentary bloc at the parliament headquarters in the capital, Ankara, Erdogan made it clear that it was an honor for them to stand honestly against insulting the Messenger Muhammad (PBUH).
He pointed out that the world is going through a stage in which hostility to Islam and Muslims and insulting the Messenger is widespread, such as a malignant cancer, especially among European politicians.
He added, “A Muslim cannot be a terrorist, nor can a terrorist be a Muslim.”
Regarding the statements of French President Emmanuel Macron against Islam, Erdogan said: “France and Europe in general do not deserve the evil, provocative and ugly policies pursued by Macron and those who adhere to the same mentality.”
And he stressed that those who direct hostility to Islam and Turkey will plunge into the swamp of hatred and hatred that they entered in the name of freedom, considering that these are signs of Europe’s return to the barbaric era.
Erdogan called on rational Europeans to take the initiative against this dangerous trend for the sake of a bright future for themselves and their children, and he called on those seeking to cover up their failure in their internal policies by exploiting hostility to Muslims and Turks to withdraw their dirty hands from the sacred values
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