Foremost among them are “Al-Gharyani”, “Al-Zindani” and “Al-Dodo”, the scholars of the nation are calling for the election of “Erdogan” for his role in supporting the Muslims

About 66 scholars of the nation, in a statement to the people of the nation’s scholars regarding the Turkish elections, called for the election of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on the grounds that “it is not permissible to delay the statement until the time it is needed” and that “the scholars among them cannot remain silent about the clarification of the matter in it, and to offer advice on it.” “.

Among the most prominent scholars who signed the statement were “Sheikh Allama Abd al-Majid al-Zindani, Sheikh al-Sadiq al-Ghariani, Mufti of Libya, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad al-Hassan Ould al-Dado, W. Muhammad al-Saghir, former advisor to the Ministry of Awqaf in Egypt, Dr. Nawaf al-Takrouri, head of the Palestine Scholars Association, and Dr. Abd. Hay Yusuf academic and Sudanese scientist.

Support Erdogan

The statement, which was titled “A Bright Statement from the Ummah’s Scholars on the Turkish Elections,” stressed two important things:

1. Muslims who have the right to vote in these elections should go to the polls and cast their votes in favor of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Justice and Development Party and their distinguished reform project, part of which we referred to.

2. The Muslims who do not have this right must support their brothers in Turkey, each with what he can, in terms of financial, media, political and other support, as well as turning to supplication to God Almighty.
Why Erdogan?

The statement stated that “Turkey’s policy during the era of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has benefited Muslims a lot, and the first beneficiaries are the people of Turkey themselves, as this policy provided freedom and security for all, and lifted the insistence that was imposed on the veil and others, until mosques multiplied in them and there were many memorizers of the Qur’an. In addition to what Turkey has achieved from the strong rise politically until it became a strong actor at the level of regional and international issues.

On the level of the great economic renaissance that Turkey witnessed, the statement indicated that Turkey entered the twenty most powerful economies in the world after it was a faltering country. economically and politically broad.

On another aspect of Turkey’s strength under Erdogan, the statement clarified what it has achieved “significant growth in its military strength and the manufacture of its weapons such as armored vehicles, drones and aircraft carriers, in addition to the health renaissance it witnessed with the wide increase in the number of hospitals and the improvement of the medical service that citizens were standing in queues to get it.”

And she considered that all these features were beneficial to Muslims in Turkey and abroad, explaining that the Turkish voter knows and sees for himself the size of the transformation that Turkey witnessed at the hands of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

He said: “Any look at the conditions of Turkey twenty years ago and its conditions now will witness the huge difference between the two current times. Istanbul has become one of the most beautiful cities in the world after it was mired in water and sanitation problems and the spread of garbage.”

Muslim issues
Regarding the connection of the issue of the Turkish elections and general Islamic issues, and the extent to which Muslims are affected by its results inside and outside Turkey, the statement pointed out that, at the level of the Islamic world, it has become a safe haven for all those who suffer injustice and persecution in their country, from the far east of the Uighurs and Rohingya Muslims to the far west of Muslims Those who fear for themselves and their children from the laws of withdrawing children or the phenomenon of Islamophobia, so many Muslims in Turkey received security, honor and justice, including a great gathering of Muslim scholars, their choice, religious people and competencies among them, and many of them were granted long-term residence or became part of Turkish society, so he met In this they secure and honor them.

She added that Turkey had intervened “in many countries, in what was good for the Muslims, such as interfering in Libya and stopping the invasion of the capital, Tripoli, interfering in Syria and securing the northern regions, supporting Qatar in the 2017 crisis, and supporting Azerbaijan to liberate the occupied region from Armenia.”

She referred to that, “the solid Turkish position on Western insults to the Great Prophet, peace be upon him, and the restoration of the Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque to its capacity as a comprehensive mosque as it was since the era of the Great Conquest, and the multiple strong positions on the issue of Jerusalem and its continuous developments.”

The other party, which is competing in these elections, does not hide its goals in returning from these policies, all or most of them, and it is not hidden from anyone the great support that this party receives from the enemies of Turkey and the enemies of the Islamic world, which the Western media does not fall short of.

1. d. Ali Al-Qaradaghi, Secretary General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars.

2. Sheikh Sadiq Al-Ghariani, Grand Mufti of Libya.

3. Sheikh Abd al-Majid al-Zindani, founder of the Yemeni Faith University.

4. Sheikh Abd al-Wahhab Akneji, head of the Association of Muslim Scholars in Türkiye.

5. Sheikh Muhammad al-Hasan al-Dado, head of the Center for the Training of Scholars in Mauritania.

6. d. Nawaf Al-Takrouri, President of the Palestine Scholars Association.

7. d. Muhammad Al-Saghir, President of the International Organization for the Support of the Prophet of Islam, may God bless him and grant him peace.

8. d. Al-Hassan bin Ali Al-Kattani, President of the Maghreb Scholars Association.

9. d. Muhammad Al-Abdah, President of the Association of Muslim Scholars.

10. Sheikh Abdul Malik, President of the Union of Scholars of Pakistan.

11. Sheikh Saeed Al-Lafi, President of the Association of Preachers and Imams of Iraq.

12. d. Abd al-Hay Yusuf, President of Ansar al-Nabi Academy, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him.

13. d. Jamal Abdel Sattar, Secretary General of the Association of Sunni Scholars.

14. a. Dr.. Nasim Yassin, President of the Association of Palestinian Scholars.

15. d. Saeed bin Nasser Al-Ghamdi, Secretary General of the Scholars Forum.

16. d. Abdullah Al-Sada, preacher of the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque, Qatar

17. Sheikh Wan Subki Wan Saleh, head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars branch in Malaysia.

18. d. Hamad Syed Al-Benjweni, the official of the International Union of Muslim Scholars in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

19. d. Jaafar al-Talhawi, member of the Al-Azhar Scholars Front.

20. Sheikh Abdullah Ahmed Amin, one of the great scholars of Mauritania.

21. Sheikh Ahmed Sheikha Amat, one of the top Mauritanian scholars.

22. Sheikh Muhammad al-Amin al-Talib Yusuf, one of the leading scholars in Mauritania.

23. Sheikh Ahmed Al-Hassani Al-Shanqeeti, Deputy Secretary-General of the Association of Moroccan Scholars.

24. Al-Mukhtar bin Al-Arabi Moamen, Board of Trustees of the International Organization for the Support of the Prophet of Islam, peace be upon him, Algeria.

25. d. Camelia Helmy Toulon, Chair of the Family Committee of the International Union of Muslim Scholars.

26. d. Naziha Amarij, Head of the Civilizational Dialogue and Knowledge Integration Lab.

27. d. Fatima Azzam, Member of the Board of Trustees of the International Union of Muslim Scholars.

28. d. Muhammad Hussain Saeed Al-Afghani, Professor of Islamic Politics, Afghanistan.

29. a. Dr.. Abdel Fattah Al Owaisi, founder of the Global Knowledge Project for Jerusalem.

30. a. Dr.. Hussein Ghazi Al-Samarrai, member of the Iraqi Fiqh Academy.

31. Sheikh Muhammad Harun Khatibi, a member of the Scientific Council of the Scholars of Afghanistan.

32. d. Omar Al-Shibli, Professor of Hadith and Biography at Al-Zaytoonah University. Tunisia.

33. d. Muhammad Hammam Melhem, Professor of Jurisprudence and its Principles, Sabah Al-Din Zaim University.

34. d. Kamel Sobhi Salah, Professor of Graduate Studies.

35. d. Khalid Abdul Rahman Al-Shino, Professor at the University of Bahrain.

36. Sheikh Ahmed Al-Omari, head of the Beit Dawa Endowment (Lebanon)

37. d. Mashari Saeed Al-Matrafi, Islamic preacher and researcher. Kuwait

38. Sheikh Hussein Abdel-Al, responsible for the Endowment of the Ansar of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace

39. d. Muhammad Abd al-Hamid al-Shaqaldi, International Union of Muslim Scholars

40. d. Saad Eddin Hassanein, member of the International Association of Muslim Scholars. America

41. d. Munir Juma Ahmed, International Union of Muslim Scholars.

42. d. Anas Ayrout, Faculty of Sharia and Law, Idlib University.

43. d. Tariq Al-Tawari, Professor of Islamic Law, Kuwait University

44. d. Salah Al-Muhaini, imam and preacher at the Kuwaiti Ministry of Awqaf

45. Sheikh Abdullah bin Taher Baamar, the Islamic preacher in the Sultanate of Oman

46. ​​d. Abdullah Al-Zindani, President of the Yemeni Renaissance Society

47. Muhammad Elhami, General Secretariat of the International Organization for the Support of the Prophet of Islam, peace be upon him

48. d. Muhammad Al-Mukhtar Muhammad Al-Mami

49. d. Muhammad Al-Amin Ibn Mazyad

50. Sheikh Sami Al-Saadi, a member of the General Secretariat of the International Organization for the Support of the Prophet of Islam.

51. Sheikh Hassan Salman, a member of the Association of Muslim Scholars

52. a. Mohammed Ismail . Dar Al Uloom University Zahedan. Iran

53. Sheikh Hassan Katerji, member of the Board of Trustees of the International Organization for the Support of the Prophet of Islam

54. d. Saleh Hussein Al-Raqab, Palestine

55. Sheikh Mahmoud Muhammad al-Turkistani, East Turkistan Scholars Union

56. Sheikh Mulla Anwar Al-Farqini, President of the Union of Scholars and Schools. Türkiye

57. Sheikh Islam Al-Ghamri, member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars.

58. Saad Yassin, Vice President of the Union of Islamic Scholars and Schools, Türkiye

59. d. Ahmed Yusuf, university lecturer – Malaysia

60. d. Mahmoud Said Shagrawi

Member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars

61. Dr. Muhammad Khalil al-Rahman al-Madani

Secretary-General of the Committee of Scholars and Sheikhs of Bangladesh and Chairman of the Council of Fatwa Bangladesh

62. d. Abd al-Salam al-Basiouni, member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars

63. d. Hassan Yacho, Professor at Mohammed I University in Morocco

64. Sheikh Muhammad Salem bin Dudu, former head of the Scholars Forum in Mauritania

65. d. Muhammad Zarouk (the poet) is a member of the Mauritanian Scholars Association.

66. d. Jamal Badawi is a retired professor. Canada

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