Highlights from Adnan Oktar's interview dated 22 August 2010
Every society in the Qur’an has a leader. Hazrat Mahdi (as) will be the spiritual leader of Islamic countries in the End Times. No Muslim community in history has ever been leaderless or without a head. If there is a Muslim community, it will have a leader. Hazrat Mahdi (as) will be Muslims’ spiritual leader in the End Times.
One of the things about Hazrat Mahdi (as) that most annoys hypocrites is that he wants Islamic moral values to rule the world and Islamic union.
One of hypocrites’ most touchy points concerns the struggle on the path of Allah. That is why they come up with dishonest excuses, such as "One cannot strive in this heat,” “If I had known you were engaged in a struggle I would have joined you” or “I can’t leave my house unguarded.”
A hypocrite cleans, carries things, does heavy work and even maintains others, willingly or not, but never joins in the struggle and never strives on Allah’s path for the global dominion of Islamic values. Even handing out a single book that might be instrumental in this would devastate a hypocrite.
But even if the hypocrite goes away he still continues watching what Muslims are doing. He always thinks about Muslims, what they are up to, and always follows what they are doing.
The person the hypocrites of the End Times detest most is Hazrat Mahdi (as), while he is the person most beloved of Muslims.
This world will become uninhabitable for shaytan in the End Times, insha’Allah, and love and friendship will reign everywhere.
A conception of modernity that eliminates respect for the old and is disloyal, unloving, soul-less and loveless is very dangerous. The end of that road, of behaving strangely for the sake of modernity, may stretch as far as irreligion.