Saturday , October 21 2017

Erdogan, ‘Dikkatli Olmak’ for Brotherhood’s dreams

Ahmed Al-Jarallah – Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times
Ahmed Al-Jarallah – Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

IMMEDIATELY after the Turkish government foiled a coup attempt last month, the ‘sheikhs’ of dreams from the Arab’s ‘Brotherhood’ started claiming that they saw Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a dream exuding an aura close to sainthood.

They made the same claim about Mohammad Morsi when their group appointed him as the ruler of Egypt. The alleged dreams are part of the Brotherhood’s plan to infiltrate the rule — any rule.

It is no longer a secret to anyone that this is deep-rooted in their political demeanor, which starts with glorifying their spiritual image in society and portraying their people in power as clean and pious as if they do not violate divine rules. After that, they move to lure the ruler, followed by the creation of a barrier between the ruler and the ruled, as well as distancing the military and the security agencies from their role by creating animosity between them and the people, and then finally, they take over the rule.

They tried to do this in Kuwait, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, but these countries realized their plot early enough and vowed to stop the hijacking of power in Egypt where they attempted, after the July 30 revolution, to drag the country into civil war through their terrorist activities.

However, they fell into their own evil actions, as their isolation and rejection by the people intensified. Indeed, the Turkish Justice and Development Party emerged from the ‘Brotherhood’, but the Turkish, due to the secularism history of the country and its society, are more moderate than their Arab counterparts.

Because of that, Erdogan’s party had to stay with openness in terms of tourism and culture due to its inability to change the face of the country even after being in power for 14 years. The Arab ‘Brotherhoods’, who tried to portray the fake sainthood of Erdogan and insinuate that his faith saved his rule, are working hard to instill in the minds of people that the ‘Brotherhood’ ruler is not an ordinary ruler as he carries a spiritual message. Unfortunately, these Arab ‘Brotherhoods’ have forgotten that people no longer fall for shenanigans.

The ones who fall are those who have fallen into their trap and have been brainwashed, up to the point of ‘blind insight’, hence, they follow the hocus-pocus. Nonetheless, their threats failed to protect their rule which they imposed by threatening the military council and with the help of some international circles. They did this by appointing Mohammad Morsi as their candidate, although the 2012 election results were in favor of his contender — Ahmad Shafeeq — with a difference of about a million votes. In the year of their rule, they attempted to change the face of Egypt.

They intended to destroy everything that went against their tendencies, whether in tourism or culture and even nightclubs. They launched scores of channels which promoted their destructive ideology, let alone limiting freedom of expression to a point of blockading media production to prevent their antagonists from engaging in any activity. Nonetheless, all these attempts failed.

Morsi, together with the Muslim Brotherhood Group’s leadership, appeared in their real skin — the fascism skin. If Erdogan wants stability for his country and preserve what he has achieved in economic advancement, he should not pay any attention to the shenanigans of Arab’s Brotherhood ‘sheikhs’, because they will lead him to the exact place where Mohammad Morsi ‘ended’.

Therefore, watch out! Or as it is said in Turkish, ‘Dikkatli Olmak’, or in French ‘Fais attention’, as the trap set by the ‘sheikhs’ of dreams is just a delusion aimed at getting what they have been striving for — for Turkey to return to where the one who attempted the coup wants it to be, or else, the vanities of fake sainthood will transform you to became a Trojan horse without even realizing it.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

Email: ahmed@aljarallah.com

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