Recep Tayyip Erdogan once again provokes, in a speech celebrating the conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque.
As reported by skai.gr, the Turkish president reads a “prophetic” poem in which he appears as a new conqueror!
“Hagia Sophia, wonderful temple! Don’t worry, the grandchildren of Muhammad the Conqueror will tear down all the idols and turn you back into a mosque. They will cry when they are ready to pray and kneel to pray. The sounds of prayers will once again fill the empty domes. It will be the second Fall. Poets will write epic poems. Prayers will announce it. The sounds of prayers that will be heard from the empty minarets today will be heard again in space.
The whole world will think that Muhammad the Conqueror, the Second Conqueror, has risen; this will happen, these days are near, perhaps closer than tomorrow. Thank Allah, we are worthy to reach this tomorrow.
You heard the poem and it said it would open. The Hagia Sophia… Is Hagia Sophia open? God has made us worthy. Allah is praised.”
Mutual trust and respect with Putin
“In our relations with Russia, there is mutual trust. There’s respect. My relations with Putin are based on honesty.”
“A lot of people have threatened us on the issue of the S-400s, that we have to return the S-400s. No, we don’t. We got the S-400s in our pocket. You keep what you promised us. We ask you for the F-16s, but you don’t give them to us. You told us F-35s didn’t keep your word.
While we paid for the fighter planes, you won’t give them to us. That will come at a price,” he threatened.
“Macron is dishonest.”
Speaking at a youth rally of his Justice and Development Party (AKP), Erdogan said: “The person who currently heads France, believe me, does not have the capacity to be the leader of this state.
He’s not honest. I say it clearly, and I know what we’re saying will get there. But he’s not honest.
In the Mediterranean, in relation to Greece, they pretend not to see Turkey and go and create different relations with Greece. I told him things when we met. Some things stay between us but I told him that a man must grow up to build his own character. Now he has lost his prestige in Parliament and just stayed in the presidency, and France is losing its prestige,” Erdogan said.