Erdogan: The repugnance of protecting secularism through religion

 

Erdoğan was right when he said: “Some people are afraid to replicate what we say about the Security Council; I say to them: if you remain afraid, you will live and die in fear.” When Mr. Erdoğan carries this concept, he should remove the cloak of fear and implement Shari’ah lest he should live and die in fear and under the Kufr regime!

He who moves gradually towards Shari’ah should not urge the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to implement secularism. He who defies the Security Council and the EU by saying “the hollow European threats mean nothing to me and to the Turkish people; we will open our doors to the emigrants” should not act cowardly when it comes to dismantling the alleged shackles and treaties estranging him from his Aqeedah, especially when he enjoys the support of a strong popular base and a considerable regional depth. Someone in his position should not slacken in his duty towards his religion and his Ummah, unless he is executing a dangerous functional role according to which he is assuming the protection of secularism religiously whereas the army protects it militarily. If he were independent and brave – as he projects himself -, then we cannot find an explanation to his stance vis-à-vis the implementing of Shari’ah, nor for his alliance with Kuffar and his preserving of secularism; unless he believes in secularism and he is loyal to the West on its basis…

Is there anything more repugnant than implementing secularism and protecting it through religion?

The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Any servant whom Allah makes him in charge of subjects and he dies while he is not sincere to them, Allah will make heaven unlawful for him.”

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  • 3rd December 2016 at 3:16 am
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    Thought-provoking indeed

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