Thursday, November 01, 2018

Christine Douglass-Willliams, Jihad Watch: Turkish President Erdogan threatens to build long-range missiles within three years

Turkish President Erdogan threatens to build long-range missiles within three years

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised that “Ankara will produce first long-range missiles by 2021.”
This is a matter of concern coming from an Islamic leader as ambitious and aggressive as Erdogan.
  • He accused Europe of starting a war between Islam and Christianity in 2017, after a ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that allowed employers to ban headscarves, stemming from the case of a Muslim receptionist who was fired for wearing her headscarf to work in Belgium. Subsequently, the ECJ ruled that “bans on the wearing of any political, philosophical or religious sign does not constitute direct discrimination.”
  • This past summer, Erdogan slammed Austria’s move to close mosques and expel Turkish-funded imams. He called the decision anti-Islamic and promised a response, adding that “these measures taken by the Austrian prime minister are, I fear, leading the world toward a war between the cross and the crescent.”
  • Erdogan has also threatened to make “sick Europe” pay “for ‘humiliating & oppressing’ Turks,” and he has called for “an ‘army of of Islam’ to attack Israel on all sides.”
  • Last winter, Erdogan declared jihad on the Kurds and dispatched an army of thousands of soldiers to “decimate” them, following “conquest prayers” in 90,000 mosques, calling on Muslims to be “ruthless against unbelievers.”
Erdogan is preparing for jihad in service of his dream of a revived Ottoman Empire. He needs to be stymied in his efforts to build long-range missiles, just as Iran’s nuclear ambitions have been reined in by Trump. The Trump administration has already threatened Turkey with sanctions if Ankara goes ahead with its production of long-range missiles.
“Turkey war warning: Erdogan promises Ankara will produce first LONG-RANGE MISSILES by 2021,” by Alahna Kindred, Express, October 31, 2018:
TURKEY’S President said it will produce its first long-range missiles by 2021.
President RecepTayyip Erdogan said today that work to build Turkey’s first domestically produced long-range air missile system has already begun.
It is unclear how far its missiles will travel, but its first delivery is planned for 2021.
Erdogan is also buying a S-400 surface-to-air missiles from Russia.
The S-400 is a ground-to-air defence system designed to hit air attack weapons, and is capable of destroying aerial targets up to 400 kilometres away, earning it prestige as one of the most effective missiles of its type in the world.
The state-owned Anadolu news agency quoted Minister Hulusi Akar as saying last week that the installation of the S-400 missile system would begin in next October.
Turkey and Russia signed a loan agreement on the sale of the missiles to Ankara, Turkey’s capital, in 2017.
But the United States has raised concerns over the deal, fearing that if Turkey purchases the S-400 alongside Nato’s F-35 stealth jets then information about the aircrafts capabilities could be relayed back to Moscow.
The US has threatened Turkey with sanctions if Ankara goes ahead with the deal. …..

Christine Douglass-Williams is a nine-time international award-winning broadcast journalist and author of the book The Challenge of Modernizing IslamShe is a former Director with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, appointed by the Harper Conservative government, but terminated by the Trudeau government for her writings against political Islam on Jihad Watch. She was also an advisor to the Conservative Government’s Office of Religious Freedom, shut down by the Trudeau Liberal government.
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