Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

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Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Personal Life
Date & Place of Birth February 26, 1954
Istanbul, Turkey
Parents Ahmet Erdoğan
Tenzile Erdoğan
Claimed religion Islam (Sunni)
Education Marmara University (whether he graduated is disputed)
Spouse Emine Gülbaran
Children Ahmet Burak Erdoğan
Necmettin Bilal Erdoğan
Esra Erdoğan
Sümeyye Erdoğan
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Dictatorial Career
Country Turkey
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Political beliefs Islamist (Sunni)
Political party Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (English: Justice and Development Party)
Date of Dictatorship August 28, 2014
Wars started Syrian War
Number of Deaths attributed Arguably tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, due to his support of Islamist proxies

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is a Turkish politician, a former mayor of Istanbul, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey from 14 March 2003 to 28 August 2014 and president since 2014. He is also the former chairman of the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi; AKP), which holds a majority of the seats in the Turkish Parliament.[1] Under his leadership, Turkey has been slowly transforming into an Islamist dictatorship.


Erdoğan has proven time and time again to by highly supportive of Islamist causes. During the Syrian Civil War, Erdoğan provided tactical and financial support for Sunni Islamic jihadist groups fighting against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.[2][3][4][5] In addition, he has sought to use those proxies to establish a sphere of influence in the northern part of the country, a move that is consistent with imperialist foreign policy.[6]

During a visit in the Gaza Strip, Erdoğan said he “hopes that his visit can contribute to the process [of establishing a Palestinian state].”[7] During the Syrian Civil War he supported the Muslim Brotherhood.[8] In 2013 Erdoğan beat the secular protests against the government violently down[9] and started to censor the media.[10]

In March 2014 he banned Twitter.[11]

Erdoğan harved attention after he explained that America was not discovered by Christopher Columbus, but by a Muslim.[12]

Erdoğan is pro-life. He wants to curb abortion.[13]


Erdoğan has been criticized for his opposition to Israel. John Kerry criticized Erdoğan for his equal enforcement of Zionism with Fascism.[14] He was also criticized by the conservative governor Rick Perry for his aggression against the Jewish state of Israel.[15] Erdoğan said that Hamas is a "resistance group".[16] After Omar Hassan al-Bashir caused a genocide against Christians, Erdoğan defended Bashir and answered: 'Muslims Don't Cause Genocide'.[17] In May 2017, Israel criticized Erdoğan for urging Muslims to overrun the Temple Mount in order to protect against "Judaization," among other anti-Israel comments.[18]

Disruptions towards other nations

In March 2017 Erdoğan accused Germany and the Netherlands as a legacy of Nazism and fascism in due to his dicision to ban some officials from the Turkish government, who come to speak about the referendum on the power of president Erdoğan.[19][20] Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called Mr Erdogan’s remarks inflammatory, and stated that: “What they are saying is not helping”, also the German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated that the Nazi comparisons must stop.[21]

External links


  18. Danan, Deborah (May 10, 2017). Israel Rebukes Turkish Envoy Over Erdogan Call for Muslims to Swarm Temple Mount. Breitbart News. Retrieved May 10, 2017.