Rami Makhlouf called on Turkey not to make the conditions more difficult for the Syrians than they are difficult. In a post on his account on “Facebook”, Makhlouf gave advice to the Turks not to contradict the words of God, wishing that tens of thousands of innocent Turks would not pay the price for their actions.
Makhlouf began his advice to the Turks with two Quranic verses on the division and watering of water “I tell the Turks that the Syrians have lived through difficult years because of the war, and their conditions are still difficult, so do not make them more difficult,” he said.
He explained that the water level in the Euphrates River began to decline because of the prevention of the Turks from the flow of water in it and depriving Syria, Iraq and tens of millions of a blessing without which one cannot live.
Makhlouf reminded the Turks that God Almighty said: though ye are not the guardians of its stores, pointing out that he recommended the neighbor and the knowledge of his rights.
Rami Makhlouf called on the Turks to reverse the error, stressing that it is a virtue, otherwise divine punishment will inevitably come to them.
Makhlouf demanded the Turks to open the water and ask God’s forgiveness. If they did not, it would inevitably be opened by his power and harsh punishment would follow, and tens of thousands of innocent Turks would pay the price for that.
In a related context, Makhlouf indicated that the disaster will inevitably come to Ethiopia, which deprives Egypt and Sudan of the waters of the Nile.
Makhlouf urged Ethiopia to abide by what God has commanded and to divide the water according to what pleases God, or he will open it by his power through the earthly soldiers of God.
Rami Makhlouf seemed confident that the waters of the Euphrates would be opened by the power of God through God’s heavenly soldiers.
Makhlouf concluded his post by addressing his followers by saying: “You will understand my words after a while…. Peace on you.”
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