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Mustafa Kemal ATATURK

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Turkish army officer, revolutionary, and the first President of Turkey.
Credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey.
Surname, Atatürk (meaning "Father of the Turks"), was granted to him in 1934 and forbidden to any other person by the Turkish parliament.

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33 Degree Freemason Mikhail Gorbachev Warns US Of Imminent Soviet-Style Collapse

They always do this. The greatest financial collapse in (known) world history is coming and this is the Greatest Depression. Flashback: – Insider Exposed NEW WORLD ORDER Plans In 1969 (MP3 & Transcipt) Url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=70&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwimuL6688XJAhWFbT4KHRmvCTU4PBAWCFUwCQ&url= Secret's Out Now. PROOF: Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was a Freemason. Url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=50&ved=0ahUKEwjn36P_7sXJAhWBOD4KHW4bDcg4KBAWCFkwCQ&url= Jewish Young Turks and the Armenian Genocide. Spirit of Serbdom January 5, 2014 The Committee of Union and Progress, later known as Young Turk movement which was responsible for the fall of the Ottoman Empire and the genocide of Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians, was created and controlled by Jews.

Jewish Young Turks and the Armenian Genocide

They belonged to a group called Donmeh, crypto-Jews who converted to Islam in order to hide their Jewish identity. These Donmeh Jews were also followers of Sabbatai Zevi, a self-proclaimed Jewish Messiah who converted to Islam as well. The international Jewish elite planned to create a Jewish state in Palestine but the problem was that Palestine was under Ottoman rule. Founder of the Zionist movement, Theodor Herzl wanted to negotiate with the Ottoman Empire for Palestine, but he failed. Was Kemel a Freemason? - Documents. What is important to know is that The Revolt of the Jews and Freemasons who disguised themselves under "Young Turks" started from Salonica and that is where dictator Mustafa Kemal Ataturk hailed from!

Was Kemel a Freemason? - Documents

According to Sir Gerard Lowther: "The sect of Shabtai Zevi (Doenmeh) are Crypto-Jews who externally profess Islamism. The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Turkey. Ataturk Was Jew & Free Mason. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was JEWISH - Jews are controlling Turkish Army - Radio Islam. When a Jewish Dictator rules in Muslim Turkey!

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was JEWISH - Jews are controlling Turkish Army - Radio Islam

Ataturk confesses his Jewishness Do you know that "Mustafa Kemal Ataturk ", the dictator and the so-called founder of "Republic of Turkey", was Jewish? To this date, there is extreme confusion among Muslims and non-Muslims alike regarding who was Mustafa Kemal, the dictator of Turkey. Recently, new evidence has surfaced that Mustafa Kemal, the ruthless dictator of Turkey, was not only a non-muslim, but a secret Jewish descendant of the Jewish Sabbati Zevi! The evidence comes not from tracing his genaology, but from the statements he himself made. Truth about Tyrant Dictator Mustafa Kemal Ataturk: Masonic Lodges Confirm That Mustafa Kemal was a Freemason. Mustafa Kemal (left, doing the sign of the Second Master of the Veil, a famous Masonic gesture) was not only a British agent, but a Freemason as well.

Truth about Tyrant Dictator Mustafa Kemal Ataturk: Masonic Lodges Confirm That Mustafa Kemal was a Freemason

If you make a simple search on internet you can get lots of sources, articles and references about that... Below are only some of those links: Burbank Masonic Lodge:- Ataturk, Mustapha Kemal, Former President of Turkey 1923-1938 CEDAR LODGE A.F. & A.M. No. 270 GRC: OSHAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA. . - Ataturk, Mustapha Kemal. Abbey Lodge Abingdon: THE HYSTORY OF FREEMASONRY IN TURKEY.

A lodge which name is lost, operated in Istanbul, somewhere near the Galata tower, during the reign of Osman III (1703 – 1730).

THE HYSTORY OF FREEMASONRY IN TURKEY

The lodge was founded probably c. 1721 by Levantines (mainly Genoese people) living in the tower quarters. The first known Turkish Mason is Sait Çelebi, ambassador to France and later grand vizier. The French officer, Count de Bonneval, after some intrigues in the French Court during the reign of Louis XIV, immigrated to England and later came to Turkey to reorganize the Turkish army. Count de Bonneval took a Turkish name and became Kumbaraci Ahmet Osman Pasha. It is said that he was a mason. In the Phanar archives (The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate) a French Masonic ritual translated into Greek in 1747, was found by Bro. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. From Metapedia Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (pronounced [musˈtafa keˈmaɫ ataˈtyɾk], or sometimes Atajew to reflect his origins, 19 May 1881 by a posteriori[1]–10 November 1938) was an Ottoman and Turkish army officer, Masonic revolutionary statesman, writer, and the first President of Turkey.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey. Is Atatürk’s dream of a secular Turkey lost? - Beliefnet News. Turkey – for almost a century the most secular and moderate nation in the Muslim world – seems to be flirting with its Islamic caliphate roots, dreaming of the Ottoman Empire’s glory days, jihad, conquest and superiority over the “infidel” West.

Is Atatürk’s dream of a secular Turkey lost? - Beliefnet News

Mustafa Kamal Atatürk, father of modern Turkey Turks are being prosecuted for publishing “tweets” on Twitter that are “insulting to Islam,” despite the Turkish constitution’s guarantees of religious freedom. Christians are increasingly marginalized. Bureaucrats routinely block the building of churches. Advertisement Historically, Turkey played a significant role in early Christianity. Einstein’s letter to Ataturk’s Turkey. A video prepared by Çankaya University in Ankara gives the historical background to the letter.

Einstein’s letter to Ataturk’s Turkey

According to the narrative (in Turkish) in 1949 Einstein meets a young foreign student, Münir Ülgür, at Princeton. When he learns that Ülgür is a student from Turkey, he shows visible excitement, “Do you know,” he says, “…your nation produced the greatest leader of the century!” Einstein then goes on to reminisce about having received an invitation from Ataturk in the early 1930s, “… to come and teach in one of our universities. However, as fate would have it,” he continues, “…it was not to be.”

[Note. Although they appear very far apart today, Israel and Turkey share common historical DNA.

The two countries were forged in the same fire of post-World War I secularism, anti-imperialism, and ethnic nationalism; and they have both been tested by significant domestic and regional challenges. In particular, their founders, David Ben-Gurion and Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, both developed nation-specific models for statehood after the chaotic collapse of the Ottoman Empire. They did so by drawing from European models, while each observed the successes and failures of the other.

Both emphasized a cultural and historical relationship to the land and adopted strict secular values. Their goals were the same, even if the end product was not: To construct nation-states that would “be masters of their own fate,” as Israel’s Declaration of Independence put it. Mustafa Kemal ATATURK - Turkish Republic. Ataturk and the Modernization of Turkey Ataturk is the national hero of Turkey. He founded the modern Turkish Republic out of the ashes of the Ottoman Empire; an empire that was seen as the sick man of Europe at the turn of the century.

His modern perspective created a new nation and a country, and a secular state understanding different from most other Islamic countries was introduced by him. Once you step in Turkey, you will see his statues and the busts all over. Biography of Ataturk (english) How Atatürk Made Turkey Secular. The evolution of Turkey in the early 1900s is one of the most baffling cultural and social changes in Islamic history. In a few short years, the Ottoman Empire was brought down from within, stripped of its Islamic history, and devolved into a new secular nation known as Turkey. The consequences of this change are still being felt today throughout the Muslim world, and especially in a very polarized and ideologically segmented Turkey. What caused this monumental change in Turkish government and society? ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey. Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey.

Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J The founder of the Turkish Republic and its first President, stands as a towering figure of the 20th Century. Among the great leaders of history, few have achieved so much in so short period, transformed the life of a nation as decisively, and given such profound inspiration to the world at large. Emerging as a military hero at the Dardanelles in 1915, he became the charismatic leader of the Turkish national liberation struggle in 1919. He blazed across the world scene in the early 1920s as a triumphant commander who crushed the invaders of his country. Following a series of impressive victories against all odds, he led his nation to full independence. As President for 15 years, until his death in 1938, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk introduced a broad range of swift and sweeping reforms - in the political, social, legal, economic, and cultural spheres - virtually unparalleled in any other country. His achievements in Turkey are an enduring monument to Atatürk.

ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey. Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J The founder of the Turkish Republic and its first President, stands as a towering figure of the 20th Century. Among the great leaders of history, few have achieved so much in so short period, transformed the life of a nation as decisively, and given such profound inspiration to the world at large.

Emerging as a military hero at the Dardanelles in 1915, he became the charismatic leader of the Turkish national liberation struggle in 1919. He blazed across the world scene in the early 1920s as a triumphant commander who crushed the invaders of his country. Following a series of impressive victories against all odds, he led his nation to full independence. ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey. Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey. Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J ATATURK: Creator of Modern Turkey. Hayati.htmlTEXTMSWDi´®ì$è¯ “J Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK. 29 October 1923-10 November 1938. Ataturk. Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK. President of Turkey. Alternative title: Mustafa Kemal Paṣa. President of Turkey. History - Kemal Atatürk (1881-1938)