ADNAN OKTAR’s Islamic Mouthpiece(s) Receives Another (Jewish) Gift: Israel Hayom, A Zionist/Israeli Paper, Lends Its Platform. Addendum To: The Jewish Press Has Mega Explaining…Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

As duly warned within a recent commentary – dated August 11, 2013 – The Jewish Press (Other Jewish/Israeli Media Outlets Have Mega Explaining To Do: Are They – Unwittingly, Or Not – Providing Cover For Islamic Supremacists? What’s Going On?) has allowed Islamic supremacists to disgrace its pages. Moreover, it was further asserted, they were not alone in lending said media megaphone to PROVEN Islamic forces.

Mind you – as this site is painfully aware – it is difficult for most to swallow the bitterest of pills; yes, far too many ‘peace’ activists are nothing of the sort. It is what it is, despite what one wishes them to be. Not only that, especially in Adnan Oktar’s case, his syrupy message, also a poison pill, is offered up by comely females – such sweet, prettily packaged music to (besieged) Jewish ears! NO schmatta-wearing, foaming-at-the-mouth, garden variety Islamic adherents are his mouthpieces. So, understandably, it is easy enough to fall prey. Nevertheless, and herein lies the caveat and onus, media outlets – and not just Jewish ones – are ethically/morally bound to investigate those they lend a voice to. Consider: Would any paper – Jewish or otherwise – give a platform to Hitler’s followers? Same thing. For the (media) record, they would be raked over the coals for doing so. 

Specifically, to fully internalize where the dangers lie, one must understand who Aylin Kocaman fronts for, and the methods her group employs to reel in those who are truly grasping at straws, in their desperate quest for any sweet murmurings of ‘peace’ – lullabies of sorts. Sort of like scorned lovers, seeking any form of reconciliation, however, reuniting is far more dangerous (read:on steroids) than going their separate ways.

Moreover, the aforementioned shill answers directly to Adnan Oktar, therefore, it becomes mandatory to peer within: Turkish Creationist Promoted By Muslim Brotherhood Blames “Atheist Zionists” For Middle East Troublesas a result, its impact will become deadly clear.

Post haste, meander onto the ever so revealing clip: Turkish Thinker Adnan Oktar Tells about His Struggle against the Freemasons
Al-Jazeera TV (Qatar) – September 28, 2007 –  http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1643.htm
, but pay particular attention to the discussion at 1:40 minutes, as the ‘stealth’ jihadist demonstrably shows his Islamic supremacist ambitions, and exhorts the absolute imperative to eliminate Zionism.

Need more convincing, but do take heed, for the following entangles with additional angst: Adnan Oktar’s ‘peace’ efforts are shot to smithereens, duly exposed herein – http://tiny.cc/2355vw, as well as at –http://standforpeace.org.uk/adnan-oktar-and-the-islamist-sex-cult/.

Not content yet with the evidence? Alas, they further opine/feign within: ADNAN OKTAR’S CULT FOLLOWERS CALL FOR TURKISH-ISLAMIC UNION FOR WORLD PEACE……..Sex, flies and videotape: the secret lives of Harun Yahya …and blackmail galore! Jewish media outlets, you got that?

As to his ‘hotties’, of whom Aylin is front and center, well, nothing works better than a veritable feast – to one’s eyes: TURKEY’S ANTI-EVOLUTIONIST SHOWGIRLS : An Islamist fringes wraps its hard anti-Darwin message in skin-tight Versace, drag-queen make-up and po-mo posing …and the least of it entails titillating male fantasies!

Gents – perhaps some ladies too – don’t get too excited by the above showgirl link, for the aforementioned Aylin does more than just purr…see the following threatening messages lobbed directly at a ‘friend’ of mine in a “pro-Israel” Facebook group no less:

Lisa sent me the following screen capture of Aylin Kocaman’s threat, in a post (now offline) – link within –

ONE OF ADNAN OKTAR’S ‘OKTARDS’, AYLIN KOCAMAN, THREATENS PRO-ISRAEL ACTIVIST IN FACEBOOK RANT…….

aylin kocaman threatens lisa michelle 25.5.2013

Read the whole malevolent exchange ! Pray tell, does this sound like someone who yearns for ‘peace’?

But there’s more. Just keep perusing, as you scroll down to the main event. Enter: Israel Hayom.

Turkey, Israel & The Egyptian Problem

August 28, 2013

Aylin Kocaman
Turkey, Israel and the Egyptian problem

The reason for the disaster into which Muslim countries have fallen is not some imaginary conspiracy perpetrated by the ever-mysterious “them,” but the Islamic world itself. The only reason for brother killing brother in Muslim lands, a never-ending descent into barbarism and the presence of man hunting snipers, is Muslims themselves.

Yes, the West has always had designs on the Middle East. There have always been Western countries that have nourished radicals for their own interests. There have always been voices saying, “Let us create turmoil so they turn on one another and leave us alone.” They did not conceal themselves; they felt no need to because a single spark in the Middle East was all it took. Yet if such a tiny spark sets the whole Middle East aflame, it is Muslims alone who are responsible.

Which Muslims? Enlightened Muslims who refuse to unite, who cannot strengthen themselves in the face of radicalism and who are invariably passive. These Muslims realize that radicalism is a scourge, but spend their time merely bewailing the fact rather than uniting. If they were to combine together with all the good people in the world — Christians, Jews, Buddhists, atheists and communists without discrimination — and the power of love was to emerge, then neither the Islamic world nor the world as a whole would be in this state. It is illogical to blame others for the turmoil in the Middle East.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is livid at the massacres in Egypt. Turks expected the tragedy we are now seeing from the time the military intervention happened, and it may be because of these events that Turkey has taken such an interest. Turkey has seen four separate coups. It is a country that has hanged its own prime minister and ministers because of these coups. It may be the country that best knows the savagery represented by military interventions against the government and its policies. That is why there was a mass reaction and considerable anger in Turkey against the Egyptian military intervention. The reason for that reaction was not that Turkish people supported Morsi, but that they were opposed to coups.

There has been much mention that “democracy is not [solely] the ballot box” to justify the slaughter in Egypt. That was an argument also used against this Turkish government during the Taksim Gezi Park protests. The fact that these words, from the French Jewish writer Bernard-Henri Levy in 2011, were used at a conference attended by Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, suddenly concentrated minds in that direction. Some newspapers carried headlines reading, “Did Israel plan the events in Egypt?” That is why Erdogan ascribed responsibility for the increasing spread of that idea in Egypt to Israel.

If you ask me, such an accusation should not have been made. That was a gambit that should not have been made in Turkish foreign policy. Israel should not have been accused with such evidence, especially at a time when Israel and Turkey have entered a fine period of peace, when an alliance between the two countries could lead to greater peace and well-being and when radicals are just waiting for the opportunity to blame Israel.

Of course, democracy is not just the ballot box, but the ballot box is a precondition. The government’s subsequent actions consolidate it. When that fails, the solution must again be sought in democracy. Not with tanks.

The Muslim Brotherhood did not strengthen the democracy that emerged from the ballot box during its administration. It did not use it well and build on it. There needed to be a deep-rooted change within the Muslim Brotherhood for it to grow. A society that values art, beauty, music, science and women and that does not discriminate on the grounds of religion, ethnicity or clothing should have emerged. The Brotherhood should have eliminated the threat of radicalism through giant reforms; however, since it failed to do that, it was thought of in the same terms as that threat. But that failure does not justify wanton repression or slaughter, of course. And likewise, it does not justify seeking scapegoats.

Those who thought the threat of fundamentalism could be removed with military intervention were wrong. Fundamentalism is a serious and broad-based problem in the Middle East. Fundamentalists represent a majority among members of the army in Egypt, and they will very likely be in the new administration. And some radical groups angry at the status quo in Egypt will become even more radical. The threat to Israel will therefore not be over. If Israel wants to end the threat, this is not the solution.

As a Muslim who knows Muslims, their current perspective and the region very well, and who also strives against anti-Semitism, I must issue this important reminder: The slaughter in Egypt has begun spreading opposition to Israel in a far stronger manner than ever before. Anti-Israeli voices are now much stronger. Opposition to Israel inevitably leads to anti-Semitism, and this also does grave harm to Muslim minds in need of proper education.

Israeli politicians, the Israeli press and writers should be more careful than ever before. They must not forget that every loose word will nourish the radicals and inevitably harm innocent Jews and Muslims. They must also bear in mind that this will put Muslims like us, who are striving with all our might to eliminate anti-Jewish feeling, in an extraordinarily difficult position. They must try to see that it is not easy to win over a society raised with prejudices against the Jews. They must try and make it easier for us.

It is for good reason that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls on his staff to avoid commenting on Egypt; this is a very smart and appropriate call and he is to be commended for it. In my opinion, the best policy for Israeli politicians to follow in this sensitive time is to take no sides in Middle Eastern domestic conflicts. It is important for Israel to adopt a moderate and calming policy rather than an aggressive or partisan one. Israel must do its best to try to calm things down and always speak of peace. It must never inadvertently strengthen the radicals’ hand.

And what of Turkey? Turkey must definitely facilitate the improving of relations with Israel. The voices emerging from Turkey at this stage are highly important. We must not forget that every angry voice may cause damage, even further increasing anti-Semitism in the Arab world. A peaceable Turkey that calms matters down and extends the hand of friendship to Israel would be much better.

Aylin Kocaman is a commentator on Turkish TV, a columnist for Asharq Al-Awsat, Al Ahram Weekly and Gulf Daily News, and a peace activist.

Most significantly, while the above author, in tandem with Adnan Oktar – with whom she consorts/reports to- opines that ‘peace’ and understanding are the only way forward to stamp out anti-semitism and strive towards world harmony, the flip side is DANGEROUSLY/wildly different. Adnan Oktar’s ties/backing by the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia evince a whole other truthful (Islamic) agenda!
And, if this site’s previous evidence – discerned through the Jewish Press’s ‘outreach’ – isn’t convincing enough for readers, then surely little else will suffice. For if all it takes to convince well known Jewish media to jump aboard their ‘peace’ wagon are honey-laced murmurs, then we, as a Jewish people, are in for more than a bumpy ride; one which will be a catastrophe of our own making!
Sach ha’kol, at the end of it all, Israel Hayom, underwritten by a mega Jewish philanthropist, Sheldon Adelson, surely can’t be in sync with Adnan Oktar’s designs for the Middle East via the Turkish-Islamic Union. He knows better. But it appears that his Editors (as well as the Publisher) failed to do their proper due diligence, as required by any conscientious media outlet. To wit, they must be remonstrated, if not by their boss, then by the court of public opinion – Jews and non-Jews alike.
In its essence, the same challenge given to The Jewish Press is presented herein: Israel Hayom – other media outlets as well – we are watching…waiting…
                                                                                                
 
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7 thoughts on “ADNAN OKTAR’s Islamic Mouthpiece(s) Receives Another (Jewish) Gift: Israel Hayom, A Zionist/Israeli Paper, Lends Its Platform. Addendum To: The Jewish Press Has Mega Explaining…Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

  1. Horrible that papers do not pay more attention to their pages. Try seeing YNET News & Haaretz. Just as bad. As a page admin, I ban & delete almost immediately. They should do the same. There is no reason for them to allow conspiracy theories and personal attacks. Thank you for exposing this.

    • You haven’t seen anything yet…stay tuned….I have other targets who failed to do their due diligence. Yet, Haaretz is, for all intents and purposes, a PA rag-like propaganda sheet, therefore, I won’t waste my resources on them. But those who feign Zionist bonafides….

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