Fairness and Nemesis!

⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ “The religion of the state is justice. A state without justice is already pitiless, tyrannic.”- Hazrat Ali, 4th Caliph of Islam and son in law of Prophet Muhammed
⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ “If the government kills the consciousness of people, morality will die too.
When the mind and ethic die, the people are divided.
When the day the ruler buy off the judiciary, the justice also dies.
The day the ruler killed justice: The state also dies.”- Mehmet the Conqueror
⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ “Let the people live so that the state live.” – Seikh Edebali, Advisor of Osman Gazi, the founder of Ottoman Empire
⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ Justice is the infrastructure of proprietorship. ” – Ataturk
⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ Where there is no democracy, there is no justice, but there is inequality and unfairness.
⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ Despite all, there is always hope because every night is between two days, and the darkest moment is the closest to dawn.

⚖️🕊️🌐🕊️⚖️ Nemesis is the Greek Goddess of divine retribution and revenge from the Antonine Nymphaeum of Sagalassos 160- 180 AD, Burdur Museum, Turkey.

Holocaust Remembrance Day and Let’s remember Turkish Jewish History!

1- The Jewish history in Turkey goes back to the 3rd century BC. The first Jews came from Babylonia to Sardis, it’s located Salihli district of Manisa Province in Turkey, near Izmir. Sardis was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Lydia.

2 – There was a Turkish Jewish state ,the Khazar Khanate or Khazaria was founded in 651, collapsed 1048, it was the only Turkish state which adopted Judaism as a official religion and it was among the 16 great Turkish Empires before the Republic and it is represented on the Turkish Presidential seal which is composed of a sun surrounded by 16 stars.

3- Sultan Orhan warned Byzantine Empire for their oppressions on its Jews and invited the Byzantine Jews to Bursa in 1324 and gave them permission to build the Etz ha-Hayyim synagogue .

4- The Ottomans captured Edirne in 1362, Jews from Europe migrated to Edirne such as from Hungary in 1376, France in 1394, Sicily in the beginning the 15th century.

5- Constantinople was conquered in 1453 by Sultan Mehmet II “the Conqueror”, he welcomed Byzantine Jews and other Jews and he issued a proclamation to protect all Jews in the Ottoman Empire and out of the Ottoman borders.

6- The Jews of the Bavaria expelled from Bavaria by Ludvig X in 1470 but the Ottoman Empire saved and accept them into the Ottoman Empire.

7- In 1492 the Ottoman Sultan Sultan Bayezid II decided to accept into the Empire the persecuted and expelled Sephardim Jews who refused convert to Christianity after the Inquisitions orders in Portugal and Spain.

8- When Italian city Apulia fell under Papal control in 1537 the Jews expelled from Apulia, in 1542 the Jews expelled from Bohemia by King Ferdinand and the Ottomans welcomed them into the country once again.

9- In 1556, Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent wrote a letter to Pope Paul IV to release of the Marranos(Secret Jews) in Ancona, which they declared to be Ottoman citizens and Pope Paul IV had no other alternative than to release them.

10- The Jews who took refuge in the Ottoman Empire after the pogroms in Russia: 1880s, 1900s and even 1917-1918.

11 – In the modern Turkey during World War II, tens of thousands Jews, included French Prime Minister Leon Blum’s son were saved by the several Turkish diplomats such as Behic Erkin who was Turkish Ambassador to Paris during the WW II, Necdet Kent who was consul in Marseilles during the WW II, Selahattin Ulkumen who was consul in Rhodes during the WW II and Namik Kemal Yolga who was the Vice-Consul at the Turkish Embassy in Paris during the WW II.

Moreover, when the Nazis invaded France, PM Leon Blum was jailed, and his son Robert Blum was taken to a Nazi concentration camp.
Leon Blum sent his daughter-in-law to Turkish Ambassador to France Behic Erkin, asking for his help, because the Turkish Embassy was issuing “Turkish citizenship certificates” to Jews of Turkish descent , providing them with much needed protection from the Nazis in France. Ambassador Erkin helped Robert’s wife and Erkin sent Leon Blum’s letter to our President Inonu, finally the Prime Minister’s son released…Ambassador Behic Erkin reportedly saved about 20,000 Jews by putting them on trains to Turkey during the War years.

French Prime Minister Leon Blum’s letter is preserved at the Revolation History Museum in the Faculty of Language, History and Geography at Ankara University.

#HolocaustMemorialDay Never Again

We need to rise like a Phoenix from Our ashes as We did in 1919 in the leadership of Ataturk!

99 years ago on this day, the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk arrived and started to the Turkish War of Independence in Samsun on May 19, 1919.
ataturk blue eyes
The day was also touchstone of the modern Turkey, in what the vasssalage system ended, the Ottomans adopted more than 600 years it, and the Turks become an equal citizen within the laws in the Republic of Turkey thanks to Ataturk, in this way a pro-vassalage Erdogan could be prime minister, then president but now who tries to demolish the Republic and bring the uncivilized system back.
A mean our fight with the darkness hasn’t been ended yet.

The day is celebrated in Turkey as the Commemoration of Ataturk, Youth and Sports Day in honour of the arrival of Ataturk to Samsun on May 19, 1919!
Happy May 19, the Commemoration of Ataturk, Youth and Sports Day,Turkey.
Dearest Ataturk, we will never back down from our oath and your way in order to eternity of the Turkish Republic🙏🏻❤️🇹🇷
May Allah Bless Your Soul🙏🏻

Peace at HOME, Peace in the WORLD


If I were a politician, I would like to work for permanent peace between Turkey and Greece.
Although their religion, language differences two nations are resemble each other than any other nation on earth, even their patriotism about their national values and hostility arguments against each other are same too.
Two sides’ politicans, intellectuals and media should seek permanent peace to back on amicable terms as Ataturk and Venizelos succeed in 1930s, even they fought each other during the the War of Turkish Independence, Venizelos nominated Ataturk for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1934.
I hope one day my dream on Turkey and Greece comes true 🙏

What is Ramadan and why is it important in Islam?

adana sabancı camiiRamadan is a period of fasting and spiritual growth, and is one of the five pillars of Islam and the month Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar and in the Islamic calendar, the timing of Ramadan varies from year to year and lasts either 29 or 30 days. It’s considered the holiest month in Islam.

Ramadan is obligatory those over the age of puberty for every mature, sane, and healthy Muslim, but under certain conditions there is no obligatory for ill people, old age and mentally ill and insane, chronically ill, and those under the age of puberty, but pregnant women, people with a temporary illness, soldiers in battle or do military service, anyone who is traveling may suspend their fasting and can make up their missed fasting days following month of Ramadan, even they prefer to fast the shorten days of the year, especially in the Winter season. The Muslims who practice the fasting are expected to abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from dawn to sunset each day of Ramadan.

Muslims believed that Prophet Muḥammad received the first surah of the Quran on the 27th night of Ramadan, the Night of Power = Laylat al-Qadar. In addition to all above, Muslims believed that all Abrahamic religions’ books; the Scrolls of Abraham, the Torah, the Gospel, the Psalms of David were revealed in the month of Ramadan.

The end of Ramadan marks the beginning of one of two major Islamic holidays Bayram or Eid al-Fitr in Arabic. On this day, male Muslims attend a religious service at Mosques in the morning, male or female Muslims pay visit to their late relatives’ graves and friends, visit relatives and neighbours and exchange gifts.
🌹🌹To all my Muslim friends both in Turkey and around the world I wish you Happy Ramadan, and I send my Best Wishes to my non-Muslim friends in Turkey and around the World 🌹🌹