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This is not the Jihad that’s written in the Koran

There are no “terrorists” in the language of peace, only falsely educated, ignorant people. This is important, because it becomes harder to teach such a person; the more he is called a terrorist the more he becomes to believe he really is one.

By Aylin Kocaman


There is no killing in the jihad in the Koran. There is no raining bombs down in the jihad in the Koran. There are no suicide bombers or cowardly attacks on the innocent. There is no hatred or cursing people in the jihad in the Koran. The children of the Prophet Abraham (pbuh), of the Prophet Jacob (pbuh) and the Prophet Moses (pbuh) are not accursed in the jihad in the Koran. Continue Reading »

Islamic New Year must be one in which Muslims promote peace & unity


“Muslims should be educated as true Muslims that understand the message of love in the Koran. It needs to be communicated that the real Islam deems killing unlawful & never permits aggression & attacks on the other side.”

Aylin Kocaman,

People said that things would calm down once the dictators had gone. But the dictators went and the conflict continues. They said that new laws and policies would re-establish order in countries, but they just fell into worse disorder. Brother continued attacking brother, and brother countries represented threats to one another. Refugee camps were established. Muslims in Syria and Muslims in Burma were unable to return to their homes. Continue Reading »

Cries From Turkey: ‘Rocket Attacks Pointless’

Turkish Islamic scholar urges Gaza terrorist groups on his television show to stop the rocket fire.

Also message of Peace from Turkish TV, hosted by Aylin Kocaman.

By Chana Ya’ar


Turkish Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar is urging Gaza terrorist groups on his A9TV satellite television talk show to stop the rocket fire and instead focus on calling for the Messiah.

Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar

Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar

Oktar, based in Istanbul, is known for hosting colleagues of various other faiths, including numerous rabbis from Israel, Europe and the United States. He is active in interfaith affairs and has studied Judaic and Christian texts in addition to those of his own Muslim faith, a point for which radical Islamists have often vilified him — and sometimes even threatened him — around the world. Continue Reading »