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A tweet by the Algerian media, Anya El-Afandi, praising Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, angered the advisor to Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, Abdul Khaleq Abdullah.

Erdogan’s photo

The Algerian media published a picture of the Turkish president carrying the coffin of the cleric, Muhammad Amin Serraj, who died several days ago. Praising him as an unparalleled Muslim leader among the leaders of the Arab nation.

Al-Afandi commented on the photo, according to what “Watan” monitored, saying: “They gave me the name of an Arab Muslim president at this time visiting a religious scholar in his illness. He walks at his funeral, carries his coffin? ”

Al-Afandi added: “You agree or disagree with Erdogan, this is your business. But what is certain is that this man does not resemble our rulers. ”

The tweet angered Ibn Zayed’s advisor, Abdul Khaleq Abdullah, so he shared it, commenting on it, saying, according to what “Watan” monitored: “A dictator, hypocrite, and infected with the arrogance virus.” Ignoring the crimes of the rulers of the Emirates.

The pioneers of social networking sites mocked the tweet of the advisor of Bin Zayed, and considered what he wrote about Erdogan as unfair to himself and false words.

Erdogan takes part in Sarraj’s funeral

And earlier on Sunday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan participated in the funeral prayer for modern scholar Mehmed Amin Serraj. In the Fatih Mosque in Istanbul, which took place to his final resting place.

In addition to Erdogan, the Turkish Parliament Speaker Mustafa Shantub and Turkish Vice President Fuad Oktay participated in the funeral prayer.

Minister of Justice Abdul Hamid Gul, Interior Suleiman Soylu, Health Fakhruddin Kuja, Transport and Infrastructure Ministers, Adel Karah Ismailoglu also participated. And officials and deputies.

In a speech after the funeral prayer, Erdogan had mercy on the soul of the deceased, indicating that he had known Serraj for many years.

Erdogan added that he would visit Serraj from time to time, and that he would benefit greatly from his advice and guidance.

He indicated that Siraj was familiar with the science of hadith, interpretation, jurisprudence and Islamic sciences

After completing his speech, President Erdoan took part in carrying Siraj’s coffin, which was buried in the cemetery of the Fatih Mosque.

On Friday evening, Siraj died at the age of 90.

Siraj began memorizing the Holy Quran at the age of six in his grandfather’s house.

And between the years 1940-1943 he studied in his hometown in the Turkish state of Tuqat, then his family sent him to Istanbul to continue his education.

In Istanbul, he studied the science of interpretation and hadith, and obtained the first degree in the hadiths of the series of hadiths, Haji Farhat Rizwi, on Sheikh Suleiman Effendi.

In 1950, he immigrated to Egypt to continue his education and enrolled in Al-Azhar High School.

He received his education at the hands of Muhammad Zahid Al-Kawthari, and obtained his BA from Al-Azhar University.

Fiery Turkish statements

Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşo قطرlu confirmed that Qatar emerged from the Gulf crisis with the blockading countries stronger than before.

Ihsanoglu said, in a tweet monitored by “Watan,” after his meeting with the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, in Doha: “Qatar emerged from the Gulf crisis stronger. I congratulate Sheikh Tamim for his leadership at this stage.

He added that he conveyed the greetings of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Prince Tamim bin Hamad.

Ihsanoglu said in another tweet: “I held a transparent meeting with my brother Sheikh Muhammad, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar. Our relations with Qatar will be strengthened in the new era that started in the Gulf. ”

The meeting of the Turkish minister with Prince Tamim

Earlier, the Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in the capital, Doha, at the end of his Gulf tour.

Qatar is the third and final stop of the Turkish minister’s Gulf tour, which also included Kuwait and the Sultanate of Oman.

The Qatar News Agency (QNA) said that the meeting “reviewed the strategic bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and ways to develop them, and highlighted regional and international developments.”

Qatari Foreign Minister

Later, the Qatari Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, said that he had discussed with his Turkish counterpart the most important issues in the region. Expressing Doha’s appreciation for the Turkish position regarding the outcomes of the Al-Ula summit.

The Qatari minister said during a joint press conference that Çavuşolu’s visit to Doha is important, indicating that they discussed several important files, foremost of which is the Iranian nuclear program.

He added, “We discussed developments in the Iranian nuclear file, and we encourage the United States and Iran to engage in a diplomatic process to resolve the dispute.”

The Qatari minister also praised Turkey’s stance in support of the transitional process in Libya, and welcomed the election of the Libyan Interim Authority.

He said that choosing the new Libyan authority represents a milestone in the path of the Libyans, adding: “Qatar will continue to support the Libyans in reaching fair elections that meet their aspirations.”

He continued, “We discussed developments in Syria and Iraq and the peace process in Afghanistan.”

He stressed that his country has distinguished relations with Turkey, and said that Doha is looking forward to increasing cooperation between the two countries.

Qatar and Turkey relations are multiplying

For his part, the Turkish Foreign Minister said that he and his Qatari counterpart held the sixth meeting of the Supreme Committee between the two countries.

He added, “We discussed the results of the Al-Ula summit, and I confirm that our relationship with Qatar is multiplying, and we want to double trade exchange and cooperation in various fields.”

Çavuşolu said that his country is pleased to strengthen its relationship with Qatar, adding: “We see that developments are going well, especially with regard to. Preparation for the 2022 World Cup, as well as the normalization of relations between Qatar and its neighbors.

He continued, “We hope that relations will return to normal between the countries of the region, and we believe that good relations between neighboring countries will benefit the entire region.”

He explained, “There are other problems in the region that we must work to solve, especially with regard to the Iranian-American dispute.”

He said that Qatar and Turkey can help solve these problems, and that they want security to return to Yemen, and they commend the efforts of the United Nations aimed at achieving peace there.

He continued, “There are positive developments in the Libyan file, and we hope that the prospective government will assume its duties smoothly and peacefully,” adding: “We discussed the Libyan issue.” We hope to cooperate to help the Libyans. ”

Çavuşolu confirmed that he discussed with his Qatari counterpart the Syrian file, saying: “The two countries hope to reach a peaceful solution in Syria and Libya. Because there is no other solution. ”

He also stressed that his country shares positions with Qatar on the issues of Syria, Yemen, Libya and Palestine, adding: “We discussed the Palestine file and we support the political solution there.”

He indicated that he also discussed with the Qatari side the intra-Afghan negotiations in which Qatar had an important role, according to him.

He added, “Qatar has done its part in the Afghanistan file, and we support it and value its efforts. We are communicating with the Afghans, and we will host Afghan meetings in Turkey soon.”

He stressed that his country is cooperating with Qatar to solve the region’s problems, and that Ankara appreciates the soft power of Doha.

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