Agreement In Dream Islam

It`s important to know who should ask for your dreams. There are many interpretations for everything, from “drooping teeth” to seeing death on itself, to see this strange fallaquent dream and wake up in one fell swoop. I had a dream. I saw a beautiful white Arabian horse galloping in a meadow, with a little rider on his back. When I got a better look, I saw that it was a gray cat, eloquent, which looks a lot like one of my cats. Some researchers point out that writing a dream right after waking up can help you find patterns and can be therapeutic. Islamic dream interpreters rely on the Koran and hadith, or the accounts of the Prophet Muhammad to interpret what is dreamed of. Nearly a century later, the idea of resurrecting an “Islamic army” under Turkish command has always played an important role in the thinking of the current AKP leaders. In 1997, the Islamist mayor of Istanbul, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, quoted Ziya Gokalps` poem “Mosques are our barracks, the domes are our helmets, our minarets, our bayonets and the faithful of our soldiers… This led him to go to prison. This poem can sum up the fundamental ideological narrative of Turkey today.

Erdogan`s Turkish foreign policy has begun to follow a pan-Islamist/neo-Ottoman and pan-Turkish path, often in conflict with its Mediterranean and Middle Eastern neighbours. To achieve his dream, Erdogan needed a loyal army of mercenaries. Mercenaries are cheaper and can be skilled and willing to fight for money. But Erdogan`s “army of Islam” also has an ideological backbone, as it also contains experienced Turkish fighters. “The interpretation of dreams is the royal path to the unconscious,” said Sigmund Freud, who has devoted much of his psychological work to the interpretation of dreams. The Syrian Turkomans are of Turkish origin and share an important part of their culture with Turkey. With the onset of the Syrian crisis in 2011, Turkish nationalism began to become a powerful force in ideological movements within the Community. Turks in Syria are openly showing their support for more conservative Turkish parties such as the MHP and the ruling AKP party. Neo-Ottomanism and Pan-Turkishism is also a common theme among the Turkoman brigades in Syria, with several brigades using Ottoman flags, pan-Turkish names and symbols. To organize the community, the Syrian-Turkish Assembly, a coalition of Syrian Turkish parties and groups, was formed in December 2012, with the support and support of Turkey. It consisted mainly of the Turkmen Syrian Bloc and the Turkmen Syrian Democratic Movement.

The Turkish occupation in northern Syria is trying to legitimize the military presence of Turkoman`s fighters and Ankara considers them the most loyal of its policy and to revive its dreams of Ottoman expansion.