"Expectation from stinking Western civilization is vain"
KONYA - HUDA PAR Chairman Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu met with members of the press in the meeting in Konya and had important evaluation on the agenda.
Evaluating the agenda in Konya, HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu made important statements about the fire in the student dorm in Adana, relations with the EU, massacres in Syria and Arakan.
At a meeting with members of the press, Yapicioglu, first commemorated those who lost their lives in fire in Adana, and said:
"First of all, you know that yesterday there was an incident in Adana in a dorm where a secondary school students were accommodating. Unfortunately, there are 12 deaths in the fire, of which 11 are students and one is official. First of all I wish mercy from Allah for those our children and that official worker who lost their lives, condolence to their mournful families, and I also wish to hasten the healing of those who are wounded."
Fire in Adana must be seriously investigated
Yapıcıoğlu said, "It is a really painful and dolent event. The big pain about the fire is that the door of the fire escape is locked. Fire stairs; in such cases they are exit doors to reduce or prevent the loss of life harmlessly, without being affected by fire. The fact that they were locked when they have to be open all the time, and the reason why they have lost so many lives, is a matter that must be seriously considered and seriously investigated."
"If the regulation to be done is appropriate for the nation's well-being, we will support it"
Speaking about the new constitutional talks between the AK Party and MHP, Yapicioglu said:
"Zigzags are drawn, tides are happening. Even the number of items they agree with, being decreased, it seems that there is a deal between MHP and AK Party. There is a shift from the presidential system to the party presidency, presumably a presidential system which will probably cut off its connection with the party but will be elected by the people and will continue with parliament without the prime minister. As a result, we hope that the system will be good for the country anyway. In our opinion, as HUDA PAR, we say; if the arrangement to be made is in the interest of the country, if it is appropriate for the nation, we will support it. The details need to be clarified. We also wait for it to be clear. Hopefully, they will clarify to what extent they understand the issue as soon as possible, and if they share it with political parties, we will determine our clear stance on this issue."
"It is the right thing for us to stop the EU membership process completely"
Speaking in connection with the declarations made after the European Parliament's decision to halt negotiations for a temporary period, Yapicioglu said, "The President lastly said, 'We have not closed this book.' So he left the door a little open. To us, this book should be completely closed. Relations to be developed with Europe should be good neighborhood relations, mutual benefits based relationships. But the complete termination of the membership process is the most correct one for us."
"Muslim are like this after they had forgotten that they were brothers to each other”
Another important topic of the day is the explanations of those living in Iraq and Syria, Yapicioglu continued:
"Assuming as the heart of the Ummah geography, in the Syria and in Iraq, the gutter blood flows. Aleppo is burning down. Civilian casualties, children and women's screams covered everywhere and increasing. Apart from this, perhaps in a place far away from the center of the Ummah geography, in Arakan there experiencing serious sorrow. There is a genocide in there. Serious massacres are happening. All the elements of the crime of genocide are exhibited. From systematic and collective rape, even to burn people alive, and even to shred corpses and display them on the markets. International public opinion does not act. Unfortunately, it is unfortunately impossible for the Islamic Ummah to say that they are adequately inclined to this issue because of their internal problems. After the destruction of the Ummah consciousness, Muslims fell into this situation after they had forgotten that they were brothers to each other. They become small locals. We wish as soon as the Ummah consciousness is resurrected, we recall the fact that Muslims are brothers of each other and help each other."
"There is no other way out apart from expecting this" said Yapicioglu and added, "to be in expectation from the stinking western civilization, which idolizes its own interests, diviners and sees every kind of inequity, see all inhuman treatment as a right to their self. I hope one day, the Islamic Ummah will shake itself, will provide the unity between itself. Then maybe they will be in a position to establish justice in the world." (ILKHA)