“The biggest injustices were in the period when the CHP mentality was in power"
DIYARBAKIR - Evaluating the walk of the CHP, HUDA PAR Deputy Chairman M. Hüseyin Yılmaz, remarked that the largest injustice happened in the period of the CHP mentality when was in power.
HUDA PAR Deputy Chairman M. Hüseyin Yılmaz participated in the traditional eid organized by the Prophet Lovers Platform.
Yılmaz, who is here to explain ILKHA, evaluated the walk initiated by CHP.
Yılmaz said that justice is needed not only for a certain sector but for everyone, added that the biggest injustices were experienced when the CHP mentality was in power.
Yılmaz said, “They have chosen a wrong name, it is not a march of justice, it is a march of CHP to support FETO. The injustice never finished in this country, it was always there and the biggest injustices were in the period when the CHP mentality was in power. We experienced the biggest injustice lived on February 28. Our mosques, our masjids were closed. The beards were cut short, the heads of headscarved women were opened. Parliamentarians were fired. Women deputies were thrown out the parliament by women's rights defenders. So where were those people in that time? Justice is not only just about asking for yourself. Everyone needs in justice and needs to defend justice. It is the task of Muslims to oppose this at first if there is persecution and unfairness.”
“It is a walk with instructions, it is done according to the instruction”
“There is a walking now because a deputy is being thrown into prison. I think that this is CHP’s support march to Enis Berberoğlu, not a march of justice,” said Yılmaz and added, “Justice is all about the people, and justice is not only for a certain group but for everyone. If we had seen the CHPs alongside the Muslims while we were living in the 28th of February yesterday, we could interpret it as sincerity but unfortunately it is not a sincere walk. A walk by an instruction came from the outside. It is done according to the instruction. It is done for, ‘could we do something else?’” (M. Hüseyin Temel, Emrah Deniz - ILKHA)