Early Friday morning a government whistleblower who tweets under the pseudonym Fuat Avni claimed that a group of people in the presidential palace with links to the Zionists are planning to organize attacks, including suicide bombings, in İstanbul’s important locations including the Bosporus Bridge, metro buses and ferries, in order to create a chaotic atmosphere and make people support the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) in the Nov. 1 general election.
According to Avni, known for his predictions concerning government actions which often come true, the only way for Yezid and the Zionists in the presidential palace to form a single-party government under AK Party rule is to deepen the chaos in the country and use the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as a pawn to achieve this goal.
Avni refers to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as “Yezid,” the Umayyad caliph who, according to historic Islamic belief, allowed his opponent, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, to die in the battle of Karbala. Due to his crime against the family of the Prophet, the name Yezid is commonly reviled in all sects of Islam and used to belittle and vilify the opponent.
It is the responsibility of the police to stop this bloody plan by considering intelligence reports for possible attacks, the whistleblower pointed out.
Deep state plans assassinations to widen the gap between AK Party and Gülen movement
According to Avni’s tweets, Erdoğan’s aides in the presidential palace, who have links with the deep state, are planning assassinations to deepen the division between the people at the grassroots of the AK Party and the faith-based Gülen movement.
Avni wrote that, in an effort to see the relations between the AK Party and the Gülen movement permanently severed, a person close to Erdoğan and another important person in the Gülen movement will be killed. “When the person close to Erdoğan has been killed, they will put the blame on the ‘parallel,’ and when the leading person in the Gülen movement has been killed, they will say it was a revenge killing,” Avni tweeted.
“Parallel,” a word used to refer to parallel structure and parallel state, is a term coined by Erdoğan to refer to sympathizers of the Gülen movement, inspired by the views of prominent Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, especially regarding his views on the state bureaucracy.
Claiming that both potential assassinations will be organized and carried out by the same people from within the deep state, Avni emphasized that they would aim to create enmity among society.