Davos Outflow Is the Beginning of a New Process
In Davos, from the mouth of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey has announced that it is the guardian of the oppressed and that it is prepared to protect the law of the Islamic World.
The attitude we miss was exhibited in Davos.
The reaction given was worthy of the world-leader countries.
The comments of the silly people, cannot show wrong this historic event.
Our external representatives should have more personality.
Our people must first, understand the strength and importance of Turkey.
Israel received the reaction it had not seen in the world from Prime Minister Mr.Tayyip Erdoğan.
Considerable determination and weight have been put as much as activating the military force against Israel.
Israel will not be able to act recklessly anymore.
It will not be able to continue its carnages.
Turkey's warnings will be taken into consideration more.
Turkey's determination has been explained in a manner that it understands.
The Palestinian people will receive great support by seeing how determined Turkey is in its clear and stable defense of rights, and what relationships it can give up for them.
Their resistance will increase.
It will not submit to Israel.
And the Army of Islam in Palestine and martyrdom will remain in their eyes.
The crusader mentality behind Israel will turn around it and look at Turkey, with every active movement that Israel will enter.
Turkey has a new place in the western world.
Has shown that he is a regional leader.
Turkey's reputation has increased.
It will enter a period when more personal relations with the West begin.
This outflow will be the spark of eliminating the mess in the Islamic World.
The ranks between the Islamic Countries will be tightened.
Turkey's positive initiatives will be supported by both Arab and Islamic countries.
The Islamic Defense Cooperation will be the salvation of the Islamic World.
We wish the Davos outflow to be the beginning of this process.
We thank our Prime Minister. January 29, 2009
Retired Brigadier General
ASDER Gnr. Chairman