Putin’s comments on Allah upsets Muslims


Ever since Muslim-controlled Turkey shot down
a Russian jet last month, Putin has been upping
his rhetoric against the religion. After
announcing his decision on imposing some
stricter sanctions on Turkey, he said something
that drew a backlash from some Muslims. Putin
said during a press conference that he was not
interested in “saber-rattling” with Turkey. He
promised stronger sanctions on the country.
After Putin’s statements the Russian Energy
Minister Alexander Novak announced that
Russia would be ending the talks on the Ankara
Turkish gas steam pipeline, a move designed, he
said, “to emphasize the strength of Kremlin
anger.”

Putin then made some chiding remarks to
Turkey’s Muslim-controlled government during a
press conference recently. He said:
“We are not planning to engage in
military saber-rattling (with Turkey),”
Putin declared. “But if anyone thinks that
having committed this awful war crime,
the murder of our people, that they are
going to get away with some measures
concerning their tomatoes or some limits
on construction and other sectors, they
are sorely mistaken.”

“All in all, dear colleagues, I do not
understand why they did this,” Putin
said. “Perhaps only Allah knows.”
“It appears that Allah decided to punish
the ruling clique of Turkey by depriving
them of wisdom and judgment,” Putin
joked.
That didn't go down well with a lot of Muslims
who thought he was very disrespectful.


Source: TPNN

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