News ID : 57447
Publish Date : 12/15/2020 10:17:13 AM
Who cooked this salty soup for "Erdogan"?

Who cooked this salty soup for "Erdogan"?

“”We should not ignore the circles that pursue all their interests in regional divisiveness, because, naturally, no matter how much stability and peace in the West Asian region is disturbed, its profit will go to the terrorist regime, which is inherently in conflict with Islamic governments””

NOURNEWS - The poem "Recep Tayyip Erdogan" recited a few days ago during the victory parade of the Azerbaijani army in Baku, as expected, caused a lot of official and popular reactions inside our country.

Regarding the intention of the Turkish President to read this poem, which is basically a speech by an Iranian poet about the separation of a part of Iran in the Qajar era, there was a lot of discussion and speculation, but if finally "Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoglu" called With "Mohammad Javad Zarif" he admitted that apparently Erdogan did not know the main meaning and concept of this poem.

There is no doubt that Mr. Erdogan's behavior and speech at times evoke rumors of a re-establishment with the idea of reviving the Ottoman Empire, but in this particular case he seems to have fallen into a premeditated trap.

There are cases that reinforce this proposition, including; Given that Turkey, with its unfavorable economic situation at home, is simultaneously involved in several regional and trans-regional issues in Libya, the Mediterranean, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Qatar, Africa, Azerbaijan, etc., it should not logically open other fronts against it for no reason.

Nevertheless, we should not neglect the circles that pursue all their interests in regional divisions, whether, naturally, whatever the stability and tranquility of the West Asian region, the benefits will go into the pockets of the terrorist and terrorist regime, which is in fact at odds with The Islamic State.

A well-informed source in Turkey told Nournews that the scenario was designed by the Pan-Turkist movement under the personal guidance of Brenda Shaffer, a Zionist member of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD), and was implemented by some of Mr. Erdogan's advisers.

Brenda Shaffer is a professor at the University of Haifa in the Occupied Territories and an active lobbyist in the United States. Explaining the "Manifesto of Pan-Turkism in Iran" in two of his books on the Caucasus region, he was also very active in the recent developments in Karabakh.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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