Sultan Erdogan: Offending prophet a ‘red line’ for an Islamic world outsiders seek to divide

ANKARA, JAN 22 – Offenses against prophet Mohamed are a “red line” for the Islamic world cautioned Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan Thursday, quoted by the press in Ankara. “If killing people drawing comic strips is terrorism, offending the sacred values of people and provoking them is also terrorism” maintained the Turkish Islamist president, according to Sabah.

Erdogan launched an appeal for the unity of the Islamic world during his address at the parliamentary conference of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (Oic).

Erdogan stated that the Islamic world is in the throes of an “operation” seeking to divide it.