The West wakes up to Turkey that no great nation will return


The leader of the Universe of Muslim Studies, Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, said Western Turkey was cautious because he did not want to return to a great nation and said that killers of Jamal Khashoggi would dismiss him because they did not want to find a man who did not follow the commands.

This came in his speech at the Fifth Session of the General Assembly of the Union, which began in Istanbul on Saturday night.

Al-Qaradawi added that he would go over the Kidd over Turkey's strength and strength and "God will win Erdogan as long as the Muslims are honest with him."

He pointed out that "the Islamic world suffered many plagues and Turks and all fought them for defending the nation," praising Turkey's great development in Erdogan's hands.

Al-Qaradawi called for the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashogo in his Istanbul consulate. "Khashoggi said," I'm not against it, but is there a man who does not follow the orders? "They said," Man must be killed and done what he did. "

On his part, Dr. Ali Qarah Daghi called on the Secretary-General of the Universe of Muslim Universities to release moderate reformers, such as Sheikh Salman Al-Awda, adding that the Union is based on a moderate moderate approach and therefore "with all its strength stands the extremist and against terrorism, Strongly against occupation and colonialism. "

More than 1,500 scientists from more than 80 countries participate in the Alliance's General Assembly, which has been the largest gathering since its founding in 2004.

The General Assembly, which will resume on Thursday, will hold elections for the President of the Federation, its Deputy, the Secretary-General and his assistants, and the members of the Board of Trustees.

The Muslim World Muslim Association is a popular Islamic institution, founded in 2004 in Dublin, Ireland. It includes members of the Muslim world, Islamic groups from minorities and beyond, an independent legal institution and a special financial system.

In 2011, the seat of the alliance was transferred to Qatar, Doha, based on the decision of the Board of Directors. The General Assembly, the Board of Trustees, the Executive Office, the Presidency of the Union and the Secretariat.


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