by Sabri Lushi

The beginning of the 20th century was the end of the political power of Muslims. The Ottoman Empire was the last caliphate; it was the last fortress of Islam and the last bastion. India, South Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and North Africa, all fell under the rule of the British Empire. 1912 marked another blow for the Ottoman Empire; major cities in the Balkans – the frontier with Europe, such as Shkodra, Saloniki, Yannena, and Skopje fell under the occupation.

As a result, more or less only the current territory of Türkiye remained still independent, as well as the holy city of Madinah, which was besieged for two years and defended heroically by Fahreddin Pasha.

WWI was merely a war against the Ottoman Empire. The division of Europe into Central Powers and the Allies was simply a war strategy against the Ottoman Empire. No one really believes that the German Empire was against the British Empire – Wilhelm II was the grandson of Queen Victoria of England.

The deadliest war in human history came to an end in 1918 with a complete defeat of the Ottoman Empire and the Muslim lands. The caliphate was abolished officially on March 3rd, 1924. The British agent, Mustafa Kamal, was commissioned by the British Monarchy to undo the past, found a Secular republic, destroy mosques and libraries, and kill and persecute Muslim scholars.

This traitor accomplished successfully the mission: he formed a republic under full control of the British Monarchy. The Turkish people have failed ever since to organize a real resistance or military movement for independence as it is one of the most control countries in the world, under the surveillance of a massive military base of the USA in Türkiye.

Tomorrow on May 28th, 2023, the occupied Republic of Türkiye is holding the second round of presidential election. Both candidates, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Kemal Kilicdaroglu, seem very comic. They are talking of changes, as if this is the most important election; both are promising and explaining their vision for the future, but ironically little do they have power. While Erdogan is appearing as a major leader of the Islamic world, Kemal Kilicdaroglu is promising to shift the country closer to the West – as if currently is far from the British control.

None of these candidates has tackled any real issue. None of them has promised to start to establish a new independent army. None of them has promised to expel the US military base in order to free the country from the American oppression. None of them has promised to shut down the CIA training centers. None of them has promised to open a new independent Islamic university. None of them has promised to build an independent economic system. They cannot do so because Türkiye is under the British occupation. All they can do is to promise some administrative changes as well as they can try the best to calm the Turkish people down.

Sabri Lushi

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