Turkey And Iran Just Agreed To Play The Peace Brokers (Get Ready For The Seven Year False Peace Treaty)

By Walid Shoebat

The two regional powers, Turkey and Iran just met today to announce it is ‘peace in our times’ and a great era for ‘deals’. Yesterday the news said that Turkey and Saudi Arabia allied against Iran regarding Yemen. We said that tomorrow Turkey will ally with Iran against Saudi Arabia. Today is that ‘tomorrow’. 

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Last year we wrote: “We can already see, as we predicted at Shoebat.com, that Turkey and Iran will unite, despite their differences on Syria or that there is a Shiite-Sunni divide in the region.” And today, there is Erdogan with Rouhani on their way to consummate their marriage at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran right after the recent divorce with Erdogan’s aging lover, Saudi Arabia, which sent her emissary, Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Interior Minister Prince Mohammad bin Nayef al-Saud flying just prior to Erdogan’s new wedding with Rouhani.

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Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Interior Minister Prince Mohammad bin Nayef al-Saud

The Prince, of course, was begging for attention since Erdogan’s aged lover, Saudi,  fears her lovers are abandoning her one after the other. Now the two new lovers are holding hands, focusing on stopping the Shiite-Sunni divide while declaring to be the peacemakers in the region. Everything is going according to what has been foretold. 

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While analysts thought that the Shiite Sunni divide will cause a rift between Turkey and Iran (they still do think that way), the Bible said that these two will unite (Ezekiel 38, Revelation 13). The Bible wins again and the analysts lose.  Now this from the Turkish Hurriet Daily News:

Turkey, Iran ‘should act together to stop bloodshed’


Iran's President Hassan Rouhani shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) during an official welcoming ceremony following the latter's arrival at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran on April 7, 2015, for an official one-day visit as the two countries criticized each other in recent weeks on their respective policies in the region. AFP Photo

 Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) during an official welcoming ceremony following the latter’s arrival at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran on April 7, 2015, for an official one-day visit as the two countries criticized each other in recent weeks on their respective policies in the region. AFP Photo

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said Turkey and Iran “should play the mediation role” in the conflicts in Iraq and Syria, while also complaining about the high price of natural gas Turkey imports from its neighbor.

During a joint press conference with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on April 7, Erdoğan said, “History and culture has been slaughtered in Iraq,” noting that more than 100,000 people have died in Iraq and at least 300,000 people have died in Syria as well.

“I don’t look at the sect. It does not concern me whether those killed are Shiite or Sunni, what concerns me is Muslims,” Erdoğan said during his one-day visit to the neighboring country, adding that Iran and Turkey should mediate between the battling parties and hope to obtain a result.
“We have to put an end to this bloodshed, this death,” said the president.

Erdoğan and Turkey have backed a Saudi-led military campaign against Houthi insurgents in Yemen. Tehran supports the Shiite Houthis, and Erdoğan’s remarks regarding the situation in Yemen had angered some Iranian officials.

“We both believed that it is necessary for us to witness the end of war and bloodletting in Yemen as soon as possible,” Rouhani said.

About the meetings between Turkish and Iranian delegations, Rouhani said: “We agreed that there will be no tolerance for instability or distrust in the two countries’ relations.”

The two presidents signed eight agreements and emphasized the need for greater economic cooperation, with Erdoğan saying the two countries were far behind a target to lift trade volume to $30 billion a year.

Trade between the two totaled around $14 billion in 2014.

He also said Turkey and Iran should start trading in their own currencies instead of dollars or euros to avoid foreign exchange volatility, and complained about the price of natural gas imports from Iran.

“At the moment, we buy the most expensive gas from Iran,” said the president. “We do not want to be at this point. We should bring this down to a more suitable level.”

Erdoğan is being accompanied by six ministers from the cabinet of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu.

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci, Customs and Trade Minister Nurettin Canikli, Energy Minister Taner Yıldız, Culture and Tourism Minister Ömer Çelik and Development Minister Cevdet Yılmaz are all participating in the trip.

Erdoğan hosts Saudi deputy crown prince

Erdoğan hosted Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Interior Minister Prince Mohammad bin Nayef al-Saud at a lengthy meeting hours before departing for an official visit to Tehran.

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Bin Nayef’s visit was not announced on the daily schedule of Erdoğan regularly posted on the official webpage of the presidency of the Republic of Turkey.

Accompanied by a delegation, the visiting deputy crown prince arrived in the Turkish capital at around 6 p.m. on April 6, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. The agency noted that the delegation, which travelled to Turkey on Bin Nayef’s private plane, was welcomed by Interior Minister Sebahattin Öztürk at the airport.

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Later in the evening of April 6, Anadolu briefly reported that the meeting between Erdoğan and Bin Nayef, which took place at the former’s presidential palace, lasted for an hour and 40 minutes.

The surprise meeting came just hours before Erdoğan’s scheduled visit to neighboring Iran on April 7, despite recent tensions between Ankara and Tehran over the Saudi-led bombing operation in Yemen.

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While Saudi Arabia was nervous that her main lover, Turkey, abandoned her at a time that Iran prepares to nuke her, she is given false comfort by Erodgan who promises her he will tame Iran, the other beast, who will eventually ravish and burn her.

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Erdogan’s Islam, unlike Saudi Wahhabism, which prohibits praying over tombs, does not mind such practice. Here we see Erdogan even praying over Khomeini’s grave. Saudi would be extremely upset:

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We previously also wrote: “There is no doubt that a shift and confederacy buildup has happened, but for it to be the final culmination,  Persia, its enemy must ally with Turkey despite the Shiite Sunni divide which will later unravel again on the Mountains of Israel. This healing is unlikely to happen until a false peace treaty is first established. It is then that the focus shifts by both Sunni and Shiite coalition towards the persecution of both the Church and Jerusalem which will exclude some Arab states: “And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.” (Revelation 12:3). In Ezekiel 38, both Persia as well as Meshech and Tubal (Asia Minor Turkey) are involved as well as Libya and Egypt (Ezekiel 30) in a “league””.

As we stated before:

“So Turkey wants to replace the U.S. to becoming the peacemaker in the region. Turkey wants to be  the one that calls the shots and can claim the last lost seat of the Caliphate which rules all of the Muslim world from Istanbul. Yemen is not Turkey’s foreign policy priority. Ankara loves being a mediator but not a party in this crisis. So what does all this tell us? As we have been stating for years, Turkey refuses to enter the Sunni vs. Shiite war for several reasons. Firstly, Tehran and Ankara intend to increase their trade volume with Iran and this year its a $30 billion deal. The tongue lashing is all for show. It is not only Yemen that is an issue, but in Syria, neither country expressed willingness to change its position and the friendship still continues while Iran does not pressure Turkey over Syria and Turkey helps Iran to bolster its uranium enrichment.” (Read more) and pay close attention, it is the few who will keep their lamps filled with oil. It is no time for slumber.

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