Q: What should happen in light of the fact that the leaders of many nations believe that Iran is not only developing nuclear weapons, but also wants to share them with the Islamic world?
A: We hope that the Iranian leadership understands our concerns and that finally it will stop its nuclear program.
That in brief describes the political situation around the Iranian nuclear program …
Statements from politicians are very scarce. Maybe this is the fault of the upcoming U.S. presidential election or the elections in France, or other political phenomena. In other words, everything is okay, but the reality is not as smooth as our words make it out to be.
Evidence of this are some facts which I will set down here.
The fact is that several countries of the Caucasus and the Middle East said that they will use unmanned aircraft of their own production.
The first in their ranks was Turkey. Then Georgia, Iran, and Armenia. The Turks and Georgians held successful tests of their flying drones.
The fact is that Ministry of State Security agents detained Iranian intelligence agents in Azerbaijan. And several days ago, the same ministry said that it had uncovered a terrorist group linked to Al Qaeda. In the north of the country there were arrested about 20 people who were accused of terrorism. Based on the names of the cities and places in which there were special operations, it can be assumed that those arrested are members of the Lezghin nation, who live on both sides of the Russian and Azerbaijani border.
The war rhetoric of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev toward Armenia is growing every day. The Armenian side is not in retreat. Every day, the local media disseminates information about the shelling of border areas.
Recently in Turkey there were arrested several former military men. Among the military men for whom there were issued warrants of arrest in Turkey were former leaders of the General Staff who were accused of coup attempt in 1997.
Recall that in February 1997, at a meeting of the Turkish National Security Council, there were adopted a number of decisions regarding the fight against Islamic supremacism. After that, under pressure from the military community, the government led by Islamist Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan fell.
Now the Ankara Prosecutor’s Office is investigating, within the framework of a warrant of arrest that was issued in 1997 by former Deputy Chief of General Staff Cevik Bir for four generals who have held senior positions in the military in Turkey.
The Office also issued a warrant for the arrest of the former State Security Court Prosecutor Nuh Mete Yuksel.
Turkish police reported detaining 14 more soldiers in the investigation of the coup d’etat that was being prepared in 2003. Note that the Turkish media do not have accurate data on the number of prisoners. The Turkish television station NTV reported that previously the court issued a warrant for the arrest of 95 suspects.
Recall that in late February of this year, Turkish authorities detained 70 soldiers who were suspected of plotting against the government.
And at the same time, Turkey celebrates the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad. The Turkish president in his message said that “the life of the Prophet Muhammad is a model for all mankind. He has always called people to brotherhood, tolerance and mutual assistance.” President Gul also said that the life and personality of the Prophet Muhammad best reflect the light of Islam and the Quran to all mankind.
According to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, all people should be guided in their lives by the laws of brotherhood.
In turn, the leader of the Republican People’s Party, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, stressed that all of humanity benefits from the life of the Prophet Muhammad, which is an example of charity.
The region looks like a powder keg.
On whatever side you want, light a fire and it will explode. And next to the barrel, crazy people are running around with torches. But the situation is not funny. This is the reality.
I would be happy if I’m wrong …
The leader of the Caucasus jihadists, Dokka Abu Usman, in his last address to the mujahideen on video, explained how they should solve their disagreements.
“Please refer to the Qur’an, and you’ll find the answers,” he said.
I have heard many times that the Mujahideen turn to the Qur’an and the Hadith as guides. In the Hadith they read: “The Last Hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews. The Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: ‘Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him;’ but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews” (Sahih Muslim, Kitab al-Fitan wa Ashrat as-Sa’ah, Book 41, 6985). So the Jews will hide behind trees and the trees will say, “Muslim! The servant of Allah! Come, look there is a Jew behind me, he hid here, behind me, come and punish him.” Only the tree Gharqad will not say this, for it is the tree of the Jews “(Kitab al-Fitan, hadith. In 2239).
Question: Does Iran want a nuclear bomb, and will it share it with the Islamic world?
Answer: I do not know … The ayatollahs and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said no.
It would be better if you believe what Moses said: “Let my people go.”