29 Mart 2017 Çarşamba
Homosexuality: An "abomination" God deemed forbidden in the Qur'an
Among Muslims, there are some who advocate the philosophy of Rumi, some who claim that homosexuality, which the Qur'an defines as an abomination, is legitimate, some who claim that wine, which is unlawful by religion is lawful and some who support the fallacy of Darwinism, which denies the fact that God created everything and try to make an understanding that does not comply with the Qur'an to prevail in the world. This wrongful understanding of Islam advocated by such people is dangerous for the entire Islamic world. Muslims should be very cautious against this attempt to disseminate a philosophy that misrepresents Islam.
A London based think-tank. In an exhibition held by this foundation that is supposedly serving Muslims, information about man-to-man sexual relations praised in the works claimed to belong to Mawlana is explained. The foundation advocates Rumism and Darwinism. In a panel organized by the Quilliam Foundation on April 21st 2016, with the name "Sexual Diversity within Islam," homosexuality has been discussed. Well-known homosexuals in England who present themselves as Muslims have attended this panel as panelists. One of the founders of the foundation, Maajid Nawaz, who advocates Rumism and Darwinism, promoted this panel that propagates homosexuality on his social media account with the following words: "The great speakers on our @QuilliamF & @FreeWordCentre panel tonight on Sexual Diversity within Islam #Solidarity Our @QuilliamF &@FreeWordCentre speakers are @PeterTatchell @nazandmatt [An institution advocating gay rights] @KhakanQureshi Sherin el-Feki @SohailPakBrit @AsifaLahore @baradar85"
When the unrest started in Yemen in 1911, which was an Ottoman land back then, British administration sent Arthur John Byng Wavell as a spy to Yemen, who used the alias Haci Ali. His duty was provoking rebels in Yemen into starting a riot against the Ottoman.
British spy Arthur John Byng Wavell, who used the alias Hacı Ali. When the unrest started in Yemen in 1911, which was an Ottoman land back then, British administration sent Arthur John Byng Wavell as a spy to Yemen, who would be later called as Haci Ali. His duty was provoking rebels in Yemen into starting a riot against the Ottoman.
Intelligence officer of the British occupation forces, John Bennett, who was known with his gruesome tortures, was a spy that frequented the Mevlevi House. Indeed, as soon as he returned to England, he opened the first Mevlevi house of England.
While John Bennett (the one in the middle with the uniform) was an intelligence officer in 1920s in Istanbul. John Godolphin Bennett, a British intelligence officer made Kroeger Hotel the headquarters. The hotel was located in Beyoğlu, on a spot which had a good view of the city. At the basement floor of the hotel, there were torture rooms where Captain Bennet, who was known with the name “Bennet the Torturer”, tortured people at nights with a whip.
This building which is used as the Teachers House today was Grand Hotel Kroeger during the years Istanbul was occupied by the British. The British used the Grand Hotel Kroeger as the headquarters of the British police and intelligence. The rooms in the basement were used as torture rooms where hundreds of members of the Nationalist Forces resisting the invasion were tortured. The Kroeger Hotel was located near Pera Hotel, which was the interrogation center of the British intelligence.
The occupation forces led by the British used tens of buildings in Istanbul for a period of 5 years. Among these buildings, there were hamams, hotels, towers, mosques and inns. This building which is the Beyoglu Teachers House was the Grand Hotel Kroeger during the occupation years of Istanbul. The British used the Grand Hotel Kroeger as the headquarters of the British police and intelligence. The rooms in the basement were used as torture rooms where hundreds of members of the Nationalist Forces resisting the invasion were tortured. The Kroeger Hotel was located near Pera Hotel, which was the interrogation center of the British intelligence.
Why did the British Deep State considered the Galata Tower significant?
The door guard of Galata Tower and the British soldiers returning from patrol (Invasion of Istanbul, November 13th, 1918)
The British infantries on the staircases of the Galata Tower. These infantries were responsible for securing the Galata Tower and its vicinity.
During the years of occupation, Galata Tower was used for observing the city. In this photo one can see British marines observing the city at the top of the Galata Tower.
The British soldiers who spied on during the occupation years of Istanbul from the window of the barrack annexed to the upper level of the Galata Tower.
The top of the Tower had the view of the Golden Horn and a great part of Istanbul.
Underneath the Galata Tower there are numerous canals where many human skulls and bones were found from the years of occupation. Its basement room served as a dungeon.
The Galata Tower is a deep state symbol for the British Deep State. During the occupation of Constantinople (Istanbul), Galata Tower was used as an observation tower for intelligence purposes by the British. In those years there was no conical roof on the tower. There was a barrack on the stepped gable. It was used to observe the city. The barrack was added later for intelligence gathering purposes.
British soldiers at Istanbul hills during the years of occupation.
March 16th, 1920: the Headquarters, Harbiye Nezareti, was occupied by the British soldiers.
The British soldiers on the Galata Bridge during the occupation of Istanbul
British soldiers parading in Beyoğlu during the years of occupation.
Occupant British troops marching in Beyoglu.
The British forces marching at the Galata pier (1920)
During the British occupation of Istanbul the navy band and the British mariners passed the Galata Bridge (February 1920)
The Galata Post Office during the British Occupation of Istanbul The British used the post-office to gather intelligence
The British warships anchored beside the Galata Bridge by the British occupant forces.
English MI submarine anchored beside Galata bridge to intimidate the people of Istanbul.
English MI submarine anchored beside Galata bridge to intimidate the people of Istanbul. British intelligence officers perceived the terms the Galata Tower and the Galata Bridge a kind of code.
A British Navy submarine located right beside the Galata Tower to intimidate the people of Istanbul.
The British warships closed the entrance of the Galata bridge at the Golden Horn.
The British war ships anchored on the Bosphorus during the occupation of Istanbul: HMS Ajax, HMS Ramillies armed ships and three destroyers.
During the years when Istanbul was under occupation Britain imposed a strict censorship to the Turkish press. That is why a reliable record could not be kept about the tortures carried out by the British. Before the newspapers were published, they were first checked by the British censorship officers. Those photographs, newspapers, journals and books that were not approved by the British were not allowed to be published.
W.S. Edmonds, the East Desk Chief of the British Department of State, said that the only way to make Turks come to their senses was to invade Istanbul. On November 13th, 1918, the war ships of the occupation forces anchored on the Bosphorus.
On March 18th, 1920, the British surrounded the Parliament with machine guns, arrested some of the Parliament Members and took them by force, in some cases dragging them. In other words, the final Ottoman Parliament was shut down by enemy forces under threat of guns.
A Turkish soldier that was martyred by British occupation forces, on the morning of March 16, 1920, during the Istanbul Sehzadebasi Mizika Police Station raid. He was still sleeping when he was shot. The British didn't refrain from shooting even the sleeping soldiers during their occupation of Istanbul. On March 1920, a British unit of 50-60 troops, broke into the Sehzadebasi police station early in the morning, and martyred 61 Turkish soldiers that were still sleeping.
12 Mart 2017 Pazar
This is the-then police station which was previously built as British hospital. It is behind the Kuledibi Hospital on the same street as the Galata Tower at the Rumeli side of the Bosporus. This building which is now a restaurant served as a place for espionage against Kuva-yi Milliye [Turkish Nationalist Forces]. Thousands of people were tortured and blacklisted in this building.