Erdogan As Leader Of The Muslim Nations Says That Jerusalem Belongs To 1.7 Billion Muslims And He Plans To Unite Them To Rule It

By Walid Shoebat

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is now honed in on Jerusalem said on Sunday that “the Al-Aqsa Mosque is the honor of 1.7 billion Muslims, not just the Palestinians, and that the Muslim world cannot wait to remain indifferent to the restrictions imposed on the A-Qsa Mosque [Temple Mount]”. (Source: The Daily Sabah)

“As the periodic president of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), I again call on Israel to act in accordance with humanitarian law and values,” Erdogan said, stressing that Israel should move away from what would escalate tension in the region.

So now Jerusalem according to Erdogan is the property of all Muslims and he wants to unite them to rule it. But notice the crucial point, Erdogan here was not speaking just as President of Turkey, but as leader of the O.I.C. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (O.I.C) considered to be the Muslim ‘U.N’ coming second to the United Nations in size and global power.

This tickles in the ears of over a billion Muslims worldwide.

Erdogan made the remarks at a press conference at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport ahead of his departure for Saudi Arabia, starting with a two-day Gulf tour that also includes Kuwait and Qatar.

“Turkey has expressed its strong and public resentment and condemnation of the Israeli restrictions imposed on al-Aqsa,” Erdogan said, referring to two metal detectors Israel positioned on the Temple Mount to prevent terrorists from entering the sanctuary with weapons. 

Using the O.I.C as a platform, Erdogan is also acting as the mediator on the Gulf crisis, Erdogan said: “Turkey is sorry about the recent developments in the Gulf, and Muslims today more than ever need to unite and lined up. Unfortunately, the tragedies in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Palestine are increasing day by day” He said.

On June 5, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed relations with Qatar on the grounds of “supporting terrorism,” which Doha denied, saying it faced a “campaign of fabrications and lies.”

Erdogan is now taking sides with terror-state Qatar acting as the leader of the Muslim world and is taking control of the Muslim world via the O.I.C.


OIC headquarters

Founded in 1969 consisting of 57 member states, the organisation states that it is “the collective voice of the Muslim world”. It was set up as result of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the Caliphate after World War I which left a vacuum for a pan-Islamic institution. Losing the Six-Day War in 1967 provided the incentive needed where leaders of Muslim nations met in Rabat to establish the OIC on 25 September 1969.

In May, Erdogan spoke about the importance of Jerusalem to Muslims around the world and urged more Turks and others to visit the city that “Jerusalem is ‘The first of the two directions of prayer, the second of mosques, the third of sanctuaries’”

And by this Erdogan is reestablishing Jerusalem as the central focus since Jerusalem was “the first of the two directions of prayer”.

As Zechariah the prophet predicted that Jerusalem will be the central focus to the surrounding nations and that these nations will be drunk over Jerusalem. Whoever would imagine two metal detectors could make such a ruckus? But this is the type of thing God foretold.

Islam’s false prophet Muhammad redirected the Qibla (direction of prayer) from Jerusalem (the first direction of prayer) to Mecca. Jerusalem was initially the direction where all Muslims worshipped five times a day. Yet “All Muslims should visit Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque,” Erdogan said during a speech at the International Forum of Endowments for Jerusalem in Istanbul to re-establish the Muslim Omra where Muslims are mandated to pilgrimage to Jerusalem in order to flood it “The city and the Temple will be destroyed by the invading army of a powerful ruler, “The end will come like a flood, bringing the war and destruction”.

Last year we predicted:

this red-dragon eyes Jerusalem as the “apple of the eye of every Muslim” as Erdogan once put it … Soon you will see him sending and opening the flood gates of Muslim pilgrims to Jerusalem (Revelation 12, as we have seen in Europe) making Jerusalem an extension of the Haj they call Umra.

An antichrist is a spewer of floods and Jerusalem’s destiny will be with a flood.  Last year we also predicted:

In the near future we will see Muslim demand to allow them entry to Jerusalem from all around the world. While Israel welcomes this economically the repercussions will only be known, we predict, when they create havoc in the city.

We also warned last year that:

“What Caliph Al-Baghdadi wanted to gain through terrorism, Erdogan of Turkey was able to gain ‘by peace’ where he is “deceiving many”. Erdogan is also now leading the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (O.I.C) considered to be the Muslim ‘U.N’ coming second to the United Nations in size and global power. But thats not all. As this happens, the cunning Erdogan was able to woo Saudi Arabia to arrange the Turkey-Egypt talks setting the framework for a peace deal between Turkey and Egypt to be finalized before April where Al-Sisi hands over the leadership of the O.I.C to Erdogan. Keep in mind, that the O.I.C represents the association of 56 Islamic states promoting Muslim solidarity in economic, social, and political affairs. But the devil is not wiser than Daniel who tells us: “And after the league is made with him he shall act deceitfully, for he shall come up and become strong with a small number of people.” (Daniel 11:23)

This “league” is a united Muslim states and the O.I.C plays a major role in this affair. Remember the Scriptures: “Cush, and Put, and Lud [Turkey], and all Arabia, and Libya, and the people of the land that is in league, shall fall with them by the sword.” (Ezekiel 30:5)

Don’t say that we never told you so, way ahead of time, that you may consider the state of your spiritual affairs by becoming one of the five virgins with oil in their lamps before the coming of the Bridegroom.”

And a league it is. Just as we stated will happen is happening. Erdogan lately traveled all over to create such a league. From Saudi Iranian relations to expressing concern at the stand-off between India and Pakistan on Kashmir, Erdogan offered to get involved in settling many issues to bring this unity together.

Erdogan now offers the OIC’s references to self-determination as a means to resolving differences not just over Qatar or Kashmir but other crises such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, the Palestinian problem, Iraq, Syria, the Kurdish issue, the Tibet, Taiwan all the way to Balochistan.

Erdogan said that the OIC is the answer:

“It (OIC) has its area of influence. It has economic and political strengths, it has a say in global matters and it can contribute to world peace. If something has been approved by all member-states, it should not be criticised or questioned. OIC members also have weight in the United Nations. Turkey supports India to become a permanent member of the UN Security Council.”

Beware of anyone who uses flattery and says that they are for all religious rights. Erdogan uses flattery and offers of peace he is deceiving many:

“We are not against any faith. We protect synagogues or churches from possible terror attacks but the West needs to reciprocate but it is not doing so.”

But Erdogan wants to unite all religions in the region into a syncretist reality.

Making a league involves much work which you will see coming on its way in the years to come. Turkey’s president has even called on all Muslim countries around the world to build efficient transportation networks in order to accelerate integration among themselves. “Reinforcing our cooperation in the field of transport – one of the six areas covered under the COMCEC Strategy – is important for facilitating trade between our member countries and accelerating integration,” said Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his opening statement at the 33rd meeting of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Ankara.

But we at see the writing on the wall. Erdogan is on a quest to becoming anointed as the leader of all Muslims and the Solomon who solves all disputes between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Hamas and the PA … So now Erdogan is presenting Turkey as the defender of Islam replacing the Saudi role whose economy is under the weather due to the US discovery of shale oil.

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  • “But Erdogan wants to unite all religions in the region into a syncretist reality.”

    Agreed and it looks like that’s where nearly everyone is heading toward which stubborn orthodox Christians will be offered as wholesale slaughter to appease the bloodthirsty god of this world.

    We certainly have time but how long is anyone guess.

    • Its best to dedicate the next five to six years to get things in order.

      • Yes, sir. Time will become precious and precarious.

        • Kamau41

          Couldn’t agree more my friend.

        • This mean a few more chickens for you. At least a dozen or so eggs a day just in case.

          • Yes, and we have acquired two more chicken. They are named Liveren and Shirley. The Lord has blessed us with an abundant of fresh vegetables amd root vegetables as well as daily supply of fresh eggs.

          • Tell me about your garden Trevor. The smell of herbs in the day, jasmine in the evening? Figs? Apples? Pears? Grapes on the southern slopes? Olives on the north?

          • Let see…

            We have zucchini, long necked yellow squash, buttercup squash, butternut squash, spaghetti squash, potatoes, corn, tomato, carrots, kolarbi, onions, snap beans, cucumbers, cabbage,and lettuce. I’m sure I’m forgetting some.

            For cooking herbs, we have creeping thyme, basil (we love making pesto), fennel (excellent for slaw), and clinatro.

            Fruits…sadly my daughter and I planted a blueberry bush for Mother’s Day and she has been wanting fruit trees for years. We will have to relocate the blueberry bush and get one more for cross-pollination purpose to produce many.

            Can’t think of anything I’m missing. We get full sun all day in our backyard.

          • Seems like a fine home. We have similar as you except no cabbage or lettuce but have figs and pomegranates and pears we also do chard, leaks, garlic, onions, eggplant, cucumbers, mint and parsley. Too bad your far away so we might barter.

          • Yeah. I forgot to mention we have Swiss chards, pepper plants, and jalapeños.

            It would be wonderful if we were nearby.

          • Funny you say that. I have chard too and different peppers too. If you were nearby we would have a cookout.

          • A cookout with the Shoebat? I would love it!

          • BC

            Lettuce & cabbage (lettuce more though)…are tough to grow in high heat…every single year when it’s looking great,…boom, they bolt.

          • Plant early. We just harvested our lettuces.

            Depending on what zone you live in, mine is zone 7, look online for a chart that gives you when to plant.

            Lettuce loves cool weather, so plant in May and again in the fall. Also, I recommend kale as it is a superfood and high in vitamin.

          • BC

            Lol…i had about the same setup (don’t say, Walmart 20cent seedling packets?)

            Even got a blueberry plant (yielded berries 1st Season)…this year however it “was” full of new unripened berries, but one day, all vanished…not sure about yours, but the rats (Mohave Desert) & all bird species have pillaged my yield man…total thievery….”must have a sturdy shelter” that still let’s full sun in (i know about cross pollinating….but see if you’re getting robbed at night (rats) or in the day (birds)…the rats actually took my pumpkins, strawberry, sweet corn, watermelon, hot peppers (?weird, they’re fire hot too) & cucumber—all of them. Potato & white onion safe in the ground. Have a Mango tree too (from store bought seed a yr. ago)…1 more yr. until fruit on that, but most interesting to grow thus far…and aloe vera plants safe (everyone should have at least 2 or more aloe plants).

          • Bought it as a plant from Kroger where we do our grocery shopping.

            Need a scarecrow to protect your plants against birds. Install chicken wires at the base of your enclosed garden.

          • John Magne Trane

            I just love this 🙂

            After the most serious of articles, every day stuff and belief in another day, is just the most uplifting to read.

          • It is also related to the article as we are told over and over to be ready. Lazy servants do not prepare while the wise stay busy while waiting on the Master to return.

      • Kamau41

        Makes sense and very wise advice.

      • David G

        Working on it! I encourage everyone who do the same.

        • Very Good David G. Let me know if you need any help.

          • David G

            No help needed at this point. Our garden is 50′ x 100′ and is currently covered with 6 mil plastic in order to sterilize the soil over the summer. I do not use any pesticides or herbicides in our garden. I have a compost pile that I work with our tractor. We currently have 3 apple trees, two pear trees, and a plum tree along with raspberry bushes and a gooseberry bush. This spring we planted two cherry trees and two bush cherries. Our home is situated on 35 acres. We have approximately 7 acres of irrigated hay meadows which was cut and bailed recently. Before the snow flies, I will pick up the plastic and store it for reuse. The winter snow will give us good moisture for the spring and next year’s garden. We have plans to purchase a permanent back up natural gas generator for our home. We currently use our portable generators from our camper when we have a power outage. As you can see, we are well on our way to self-sufficiency. I strongly encourage everyone in the family to take measures to become more self-sufficient and prepared mentally, physically and spiritually for what is to come. Going to Mass, receiving the Eucharist, giving one’s time, treasures, and talents are all things we are called to do so that we are able to keep Jesus in direct line of sight. God Bless, David G.

          • How do you feel about solar panels? I would love to have one mainly to keep house cool during the summer as AC is an energy hog.

          • David G

            Hi Trevor, The price of solar panels, back up batteries as well as the electronic hardware, have come down in price significantly over the last few years. There are industry sponsored websites that provide online calculators (free of charge) in order to figure out what you need and approximately how much it will cost. If your current electricity costs are approximately 12 cents per KW, your investment will pay for itself before the equipment wears out. Go to Tesla to see their state of the art solar roofs and power walls. Of course, traditional solar panels and batteries will be cheaper. Some people install a small backup generator to recharge the battery should storms prevent the solar panels from doing their job. My wife and I are seriously considering scaling down in the next 5 years since the last daughter at home heads of to college in the fall. Two people living in a large farmhouse on 35 acres is a lot of work. My wife and I are organizer/planner types of people. We do nothing rash. Do your homework thoroughly before making such a long term investment into solar panels.

          • We are talking about converting our furnace from propane to electric due to the expense of propane. We have six acres of land on what once was a farmland. Out of six, we leave maybe 3 acres to weed since it is on a hill, rendering mowing unnecessary, and the other 3 we use as regular yard and garden. When I get home this evening, I’ll post some pictures of our gardens.

          • David G

            Tesla’s Power Wall is designed to run an entire home plus your Tesla vehicle without being tied to the grid. I’m not saying that other brands can’t do the same thing for less money , it’s just that Tesla put all of the pieces into one comprehensive package. You may want to consider keep the propane as a backup. Purchasing your propane in the spring usually garners the lowest price. We have natural gas which is less volatile in price due to state controls. Geothermal electric heat pumps with in floor heating is the least expensive way to heat. Has a high installation costs though. Some people use solar hot water systems in a similar manner. They are usually backed up with gas when the sun doesn’t shine.

          • Well, I certainly will never afford a Telsa car! I have long pondered on having an off-grid air conditioning unit since during the summer, especially peak summer, the sun is out the longest, and that is when the grid are burdened with high electricity demands.

            I have heard of geothermal electrical heating system as well as power, and I’m not convinced it is the way to go. For one thing, the plumbing system is complicated. I have also seriously considered going back to wood burning stove as an alternative heating source, even though I have a love/hate relationship. Love the heat it provides, but hate the mess it provides.

          • David G

            We have a wood stove and a natural gas fireplace as backup heat. Tesla and solar is out of our reach as well. A backup generator is within our reach. Our stove is gas which lets us cook without electricity.

          • Perhaps you could be a consultant on how to be a survivalist David G. Very impressive report.

      • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

        All my life, based on it’s circumstances, I lived in the shadow of nuclear war, I never grew up as a child not thinking that it could all just disappear in a burning flash of light. It’s inevitable, a weapon not used is a useless weapon and man is too sinful to not seek to win as operational strategic doctrine, a winnable nuclear war. And now we have the men in place who feel they have the ‘strength’ and steel in their spines to risk it. We were duped, badly…

        Blessed Mother of God intercede for us,


        • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

          And Mr. Shoebat? I’m joining the fight now. I’d like to write, well, an article on the ancient roots of ‘modern’ Fascism. Trevor, DLV, and Grandmere and others know my email if you’d like to have me start on it.

  • AnthonyM

    Erdogan is very busy man with his plans. He is playing his followers, telling them what they want to hear, how unfairly they are being treated by the West, etc. etc.
    Interesting idea that the OIC will be the league of nations. Makes more sense to use what exists, rather than trying to build yet another league.

    • Grace Ziem

      It is all prophesied, Anthony, so it WILL happen.

  • Grace Ziem

    Thank you for this article. Considering the importance of information about Erdogan compared to most other topics, I was disappointed to see it so hidden among the articles I only saw reference to it after the third perusal of these articles. This is the information most in need of being shared. Often articles about him seem a bit too hidden; surely you aren’t afraid….

  • susan

    “And a league it is. Just as we stated will happen is happening.”

    Indeed it is.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    “Roman created”? Sorry friend, that’s not proper history at all.

  • John Magne Trane

    “We protect synagogues or churches from possible terror attacks but the West needs to reciprocate but it is not doing so.” What?

    The Synagoges and Churches of France have to have military guard! Half the French army is assigned to protect its citizens from the enemy, which is already within the city gates.

    As for the transportation networks… That reminds me of the demands Finland had to meet when they surrendered to the Soviet Union. They had to build roads, within Finland, up to the Soviet border.

    So that the next time the Russians wanted a war, they could more easily invade them…

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      Hate to history quibble, but the Finno-Russian history is a bit more complicated than that, having heard the stories of survivors of the siege of Leningrad from their own mouths, I say Finland got off easy after 1945…

      They were a Fascist German ally before WW2, and dreamed of seizing Karelia, and already were receiving German aid to build up their military. The Soviets wanted to negotiate the already disputed frontier so as to place Leningrad out of reach of Finno-German forces coming through Finland, and when the Finns refused the USSR invaded to crush an enemy they already knew would be an invader the moment the Germans decided to try and conquer Russia.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    All he and most Arabs ever heard about the Roman Empire was that they were in the the middle of a 24 year long war with the Sassanid Persian Empire, sometimes they traded around the Middle East as merchants and mercenaries or confederated Arab tribes of one side or the other. In other words, not much different than today.