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Ataturk was a Muslim

How can we say that Ataturk was Muslim?
Lets see what he said about his religion:

O My Nation! Allah is the One. His glory is sublime. May Allah’s peace, grace and goodness be upon you. The principles He laid down are the verses in the Glorious Qur’an. Our religion that granted the spirit of knowledge is the last religion. It is the most perfect religion because unless our religion had complied with reason, the truth and wisdom, there would have to be some discrepancies between divine and natural laws. It is Almigthy Allah Who makes all divine laws.” (Ataturk’S and D, v. 2, p. 93)

Clearly, this statement shows his love for his religion Islam. Yet some people try to present him as some anti-Islamic or some Freemason or Jewish. Why would any person who is jew distribute the Free copies of Quran among his nation? Does this make any sense? No it does not.

Ataturk was a very good Muslim and he loved Islam and Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.). We can see his love for Islam and Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) in Ataturk’s following part of a speech:

Those who doubt that he is a true prophet should look at this map and read the epic of Badr. The victory that the Prophet Muhammad (saas) won with a handful of devout Muslims against the vast and wealthy horde of the Qur’aysh is not the work of a mortal man. That battle is the most explicit proof of his Prophethood“. (Ataturk and Religious Education, Department of Religious Affairs Press, p. 2)

19 Mayıs – May 19th

May 19th, the birth anniversary of Mustafa Kemal Pasha. A legendary leader, a military genius and a true believer of Islam.

On 19th day of month May in the year 1881, Mustafa Kemal was born. His father was Ali Reza Effendi and his mother was Zubayde Hanim.

Studied firstly in a religious school and then in a modern school, Mustafa was showing the signs of future leader of a very brave nation.

He then joined military school and there for his extraordinary  qualities, Mustafa was named “Kemal (means Perfection or Perfect)”. Mustafa, after his military training, joined Ottoman Military but after some years the WW1 broke out.

Mustafa was stationed in Gallipoli to defend the front. His opponents, the allied forces of Europe, were advanced in technology but still Mustafa defeated them an successfully defended Ottoman Empire and Caliphate.

Other Ottoman troops were unable to defend the country so enemy took most of the Ottoman lands. Sultan signed a treaty called “Treaty of Sevre” which would save the Sultan but divide the Ottoman land into pieces. Some land would be ruled by Britain, some by France, Some by Greek and some by Italy.

Mustafa at once rejected this treaty and gathered Turkish troops to resist the European occupation of Turkish lands. He, with his nationalist fellows, reunited turkey and threw out the enemy forces.

Then made a new government and implemented many reforms to transform a lagging nation in a new civilized, well mannered nation. Thus became the founder of Modern turkey.

Surely, the sacrifices made by Mustafa Kemal and the reforms implemented by him to re-establish the Turkish nation cannot be ignored or forgotten.

Blood n Oil: Mustafa Kemal and Turkish Freedom

and they call him Atheist!

Many theories raised their heads after the death of Ataturk. Many of them suggested that Ataturk was Non-Muslim but most of them suggested that Ataturk was Atheist.

To those who propagate the false idea that Ataturk was some kind of Atheist, does an atheist promote religious thoughts? Does an atheist translate Quran and Hadith into the mother tongue of native people to make it easier to understand? If Ataturk was Atheist, why did he prepared a special copy of Quran and carried it wherever he went?

Ataturk’s deeds and word confirm the fact that he was NOT an atheist but was a devout Muslim.

Ataturk said the following words and included them in many of his speeches:

“In my view, even irreligious types are believers. It is impossible for a person to be irreligious. Nobodycan be irreligious.” (Ataturk, 02. 02. 1923, Izmir, Speech on the Future of Turkey.)

“Religion is human beings’ nourishment. An irreligious man is like an empty house. He distresses people.
We must always believe in something. This last of the faiths is of course the most perfect. Islam issuperior to all faiths…” (Ataturk, Ataturk and Religious Education, Ahmet Gürbas, Department of Religious AffairsPress, p. 2)
“The Turkish nation must be more devout. It must be devout in all simplicity. I believe this in the same
way I believe in my faith…” (Ataturk’s Words and Statements, Vol. 3, p. 69-70, 29.10.1923, statement tothe French author Maurice Pernot)”

Ataturk Closed Down Masonic Lodges

Ataturk closed down Masonic lodges

Harun Yahya interview. Click Here to watch his interview on this topic on his official website.

So Ataturk Was Jewish! right?

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Ataturk also espoused the idea of Turkish-Islamic Union

Ataturk also espoused the idea of Turkish-Islamic Union.
Adnan Oktar tells the deatils.
Check the following link. This is Adnan Oktar’s official website.
Take a look.