TURKISH PRESIDENT RAISED “KASHMIR ISSUE” IN UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has said that despite UN resolutions, 8 million people are detained in occupied Kashmir.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue in an address to the 74th session of the UN General Assembly.
In his address, Rajiv Tayyip Erdogan said that Kashmir has been waiting for a solution for 72 years. He said that despite UN resolutions, 8 million people were detained in occupied Kashmir. In South Asia, stability cannot be separated from Kashmir.
Turkish President calls the Kashmir dialogue necessary for a secure future.
The Turkish president said that the pain of Kashmir is our pain today. Arakan’s pain is our pain. The pain of Palestine is our pain. Syria pain is our pain.
We can’t hear it. It is important to listen. You have to support them in all sorts of situations.
Turkish president’s stance on Palestine
In his address, he also expressed his stance on Palestine. He showed the Palestinian map in the General Assembly, saying that despite the occupation of almost the entire country, the lure of Israel has not yet ended and it wants to return to the left.
The Turkish president said what role does the United Nations have with Israel when its resolutions are not implemented? Transferring these resolutions to move the capital to the Holy Spirit is like slapping the mouths of the nations.
President Recep Tayyab Erdogan addressed Israel’s occupied occupation of Palestine on the map while addressing the UN General Assembly.
“The World Is Greater Than Five”
In his address, he said that the fate of humanity cannot be left at the mercy of a handful of countries. Once again, the world is bigger than five. He made a symbolic gesture saying, “The world is bigger than five.”
In his address, he called Turkey the voice of humanity under the shadow of injustice.
“Turkey becomes the voice of the oppressed”
The Turkish president said that the heartache of the Syrian child, the grief of the Gaza orphans, the grief of the father who could not provide bread to the children in Yemen and Somalia, and the difficulties faced by the Kashmiri brothers is in our hearts.
Tayyib Erdogan added that Turkey, as in the past, still stands against the oppressor and oppresses without discrimination of color and race.
Tayyib Erdogan further said that do not forget that the one who remains silent against injustice and oppression is the devil. If everyone goes silent against oppression and injustice, remember that we will not be silent.
He further said that Muslims are like one body, as per the Prophet’s (S.A.W.W) command. If there is pain in any part of the body, the whole body feels hurt. Wherever in the world, the Muslim brethren must feel the pain of each other.