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6th International ASSAM Islamic Union Model Congress Opening Speech

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(SLIDE-1) GREETING:

Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.

Elhamdü lillahi Rabbil Âlemin. Vel akıbetü-lil müttakin. Velâ udvane illâ alez zalimîn. Vesselatü vesselamü alâ Resulünâ Muhammedin ve alâ âlihi ve sahbihi ecmain.

I greet all of you with respect and affection, our guests who attended to present their papers and as listeners from all around the Islamic Geography, the President and members of UNIW, ASDER and ASSAM, and my dear friends from Afghanistan (1), USA (1), Bosnia and Herzegovina (1), Burkina Faso(1), Algeria(1), Chad(1), Morocco(1), Palestine(1), India(1), Kashmir(1), Liberia (1), Malawi (1), Malaysia (2), Egypt (3), Niger (1), Uzbekistan (1), Pakistan (4), Singapore (2), Syria (1) Türkiye (13).

WITH THEIR PARTICIPATION THEY HONORED OUR CONGRESS;

S.Nu:

COUNTRY

POSITION

TITLE

NAME

1

Quran Recitation

Imam of Hagia Sophia Mosque

Prof. Dr.

Mehmet Emin Ay

2

GREETING SPEECH

ASDER President of BoD

Retd. Maj.

Mustafa Hacımustafaoğulları

3

President of IDSB

 

Eyüp Akbal

4

Union of Muslim Scholars Secretary General

Prof. Dr.

Ali Muhyiddin el-Karadaği

5

Malaysia Islamic University

Prof. Dr.

Osman Bakar

6

ASSAM Vice President of BoD

 

Necmettin Keleş

7

 

 

MODERATOR

 

 

 

 

To our esteemed teachers who undertake the moderation of our congress

 

 

Prof. Dr.

Cengiz Toraman

8

 

 

MODERATOR

 

 

AFGHANISTAN

 

To our esteemed teachers who undertake the moderation of our congress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Dr.

Ensar Nişancı

9

Prof. Dr.

Yakup Bulut

10

Prof. Dr.

Atilla Batur

11

Prof. Dr.

Ayhan Orhan

12

PhD Candidate

Ramazan Ali Mahmoodi

13

IN A UNIPOLAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr.

Ghulam Nabi Fasi

14

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Admir Molaosmanovic

15

BURKINA FASO

Dr.

Compoure Boukary

16

ALGERIA

Dr.

Amina Bougrouz

17

CHAD

Dr.

Ahmed Aoudjeli Abdulvahid

18

MOROCCO

Asst. Prof.

Sidra Tariq Jamil

19

PALESTINE

Res. Analist. Atty.

Yazan Shobaki

20

INDIA

PhD Candidate

Aijaz Bashor Lone

21

KASHMIR

R.A.

Riyaz Ul-Khaliq

22

LIBERIA

Asst. Prof.

Abdulai M. Kaba

23

MALAWI

 

Sheyh İdrissa Muhammed

24

MALAYSIA

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli

25

MALAYSIA

 

EGYPT

Asst. Prof.

Sheila Ainon Yussof

26

Dr.

Essam Abdulshafy

27

 

EGYPT

NIGER

Dr.

Ahmad Mawlana

28

Dr.

Sahar Zaki Kabel

29

Res.

Mansur Elh Amani

30

UZBEKISTAN

Prof. Dr.

İlhomjon I. Bekmirzaev

31

 

 

PAKISTAN

Retd. RAdm. Dr.

Shahid Hashmat

32

 

 

PAKISTAN

SINGAPORE

PhD Candidate

Muhammad Nazir Khan

33

Res.

Muhammad Munir

34

PhD Candidate

Shah Fahad Yousufzai

35

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Hikmatullah Babu Sahib

36

SINGAPORE

SYRIA

Res.

Mohamed Shehzad

37

Dr.

Ahmad Zaidan

38

 

 

 

 

 

 

TURKIYE

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Ahmet N. Özdal

39

 

 

 

 

 

 

TURKIYE

Dr.

Abdulkadir Turan

40

Prof. Dr.

Cengiz Toraman

41

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Hüseyin Şeyhanlıoğlu

42

Prof. Dr.

Mesut Hakkı Caşın

43

Prof. Dr.

Ayhan Orhan

44

PhD Candidate

Erkan Oflaz

45

Res. Vet. Surg.

Muhammed Taş

46

PhD Candidate

Asım Öztürk

47

Res.

Ümit Bağatur

48

Prof. Dr.

Yakup Bulut

49

Dr. R.A.

M. Miraç Arslan

50

 

PhD Candidate

Oğuzhan Akyener

 

I would like to thank our technical team for establishing and managing the technical infrastructure of our congress, and I PRESENT MY GREETINGS.

 

Welcome.

You honored our congress.

You gave meaning.

Thank you.

 

We thought it appropriate to hold our Congress this year with the video conference method.

 

In this congress, who do not leave the "ASSAM" Association of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center Association alone;

I would like to express my gratitude to the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World, the International Union of Muslim Scholars and the Association of Justice Defenders.

 

To our esteemed professors from Turkey and Islamic countries who attended our Congress with their presentations;

To the valuable members of our written and visual media;

I present my most heartfelt gratitude.

 

OUR CONGRESS is a Civil society initiative.

I want to continue to my speech under the headings seen in the slide.

 

(SLIDE-2) PRESENTATION PLAN

  1. AIM OF CONGRESS
  2. GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY
  3. THE SITUATION OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY
  4. ASSAM congresses IN THE PROCESS OF THE UNION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES
  5. FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH and FIFTH INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS DECLARATIONS
  1. AT THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF ASSAM, THE SUBJECT OF “DETERMINATION OF COMMON PUBLIC ORDER AND SECURITY PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION” WILL BE EXAMINED UNDER THE MAIN THEME OF “MODEL ASRICA CONFEDERATION PUBLIC AND INTERNAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION”.

 

(SLIDE-3) Dear Participants,

Purpose of International ASSAM Islamic Union CONGRESSES:

To present a MODEL to the ISLAMIC WORLD and decision makers by determining the INSTITUTIONS required for the gathering of the Islamic Countries under a common will and the legislation that these INSTITUTIONS MUST HAVE.

 

(SLIDE-4) THE PURPOSE OF OUR SIXTH CONGRESS, with the main theme of “MODEL ASRICA CONFEDERATION PUBLIC AND INTERNAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION”, under the title of “DETERMINATION OF COMMON POLICE AND SECURITY PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION”, which will continue until 19.30 tomorrow;

The MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS of the Model ASRICA Confederation, which is carried out from the CENTER; IT IS THE DETERMINATION OF

1)        CENTRAL ORGANIZATION, powers and responsibilities,

2)        Police, Gendarmerie, Coastal and Border Protection Organization in REGIONAL FEDERATIONS, their powers and responsibilities,

3)        Police, Gendarmerie, Coastal and Border Protection Organization in NATIONAL STATES, their powers and responsibilities,

ORGANIZATION, POWER AND RESPONSIBILITIES in (Local Authority, security in cities, rural areas, coasts and borders) of the Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS.

 

I hope it would be useful to re-evaluate the Islamic Geography together before moving on to the Congress Topic.

 

 (SLIDE-5) “GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF THE ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY (ASRICA CONTINENT)

 

(SLIDE-6) Of the 57 Islamic Countries, They are located 28 in Asia, 25 in Africa, 4 in Europe and 2 in South America.

Assessing the geography of the Islamic World as ASRICA is within the scope of ASSAM's studies in order to point out the characteristics given to people by this geography and to create an alternative GEOPOLITICAL CONCEPT, taking into consideration the Asia and Africa continents, where the Islamic countries are predominantly located.

 

57 of the 206 (Total 206-UN Members: 193; Observer: 2; Other: 11) States in the World (27% of it) are Muslim Countries.

1,859.779.580 Billion of the World Population of 7,916.525.000 billion (23.49% of the World Population) is the people of Muslim States, 30.9 million Km2 of the world land which is 150 million Km2 (20.6% of the Lands) are the lands of 57 Islamic Countries.

 

 (SLIDE-7) ISLAMIC WORLD which owns 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 46.5% of its production also 64.1% of natural gas reserves,[1]34% of its production;

It has the potential to be the superpower of the future in ASRICA by combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical background with its opportunities, efforts and goals.

 

(SLIDE-8) THE SITUATION OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY

(SLIDE-9) Despite the real potential of the states that form the Islamic World;

  • Today the most intervened in their lands,
  • Most occupying the United Nations,
  • Terror and anarchy are not lacking in their land,
  • Resources managed by foreign powers,
  • Human rights and freedoms are violated,

(SLIDE-10)

  • The income distribution is corrupted,
  • Political, social and economic instabilities prevail,
  • Demanding and needing the help and support of external powers to solve internal problems,

are the Islamic States.

OUR BELIEF IS THAT THIS PERSECUTION WILL BE AN IMPORTANT FACTOR THAT LEADS MUSLIM NATIONS TO UNITY.

 

(SLIDE-11) THE STATES’ MAIN FIELDS OF ACTIVITY

States are created for the Establishment of JUSTICE.

Justice requires Power.

Therefore, INTERNAL SECURITY and EXTERNAL DEFENSE must be carried out from the center.

The REPRESENTATION OF STATES BEFORE FOREIGN STATES should also be done from the center.

It means that the state has been established in a geography dominated by a common will where JUSTICE, INTERNAL SECURITY, DEFENSE AGAINST EXTERNAL THREATS AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS are centrally managed.

 

(SLIDE-12) ASSAM CONGRESSES IN THE PROCESS OF THE ISLAMIC COUNTRIES UNION

 

(SLIDE-13) PURPOSE OF INTERNATIONAL ASSAM CONGRESSES;

Series of CONGRESSES have been planned in order to ensure that the institutions required for the gathering of the Muslim countries under the common will and the legislation of these institutions to be revealed as a MODEL.

It is possible for 57 Islamic countries to get rid of the turmoil they are in and reach the power they deserve and make the world peaceful and ensure tranquility by gathering them under a will.

(SLIDE-14) The main subjects of the “International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses” series, which is envisaged to be held every year starting from 2017, taking into account the main fields of activity of the Islamic States:

  1. Determination of the Legislation on Management Figures And Organs for the Islamic Union (2017),
  2. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Economic Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2018),
  3. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Defense Industry Cooperation for the Islamic Union (2019),
  4. Determination of Principles And Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union (2020),
  5. Determination of Principles And Procedures of Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union (2021),
  6. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Public Order and Security for the Islamic Union (2022),
  7. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Justice System for the Islamic Union (2023)

It will be ensured that the institutions required for the gathering of Islamic countries under one will and the legislation of these institutions will be revealed as a MODEL.

 

(SLIDE-15) FIRST ASSAM CONGRESS

The FIRST congress was planned and conducted on 23- 24 November 2017 with the title of "GOVERNMENT FORMS FROM THE PAST TO THE FUTURE". Representatives and academicians from 28 countries participated in the congress and 31 presentations are given.

(SLIDE-16) In the DECLARATION published as a result of the Congress, in summary;

For the welfare of the Muslim Nations, the security and survival of the states they have established, the establishment and maintenance of peace in the world, the rule of justice and the Islamic World as a superpower, it is necessary for the ISLAMIC COUNTRIES, which accept ASIA-AFRICA “ASRICA” as a pivot, to gather under a will. The necessity of uncovering the ministries of the Islamic Union in the CABINETS of ISLAMIC COUNTRIES and the establishment of a "COUNCIL OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR ISLAMIC COUNTRIES" that will act urgently;

The Council of Representatives of Islamic Countries, In the beginning;

  • It should work as “ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CRISIS MANAGEMENT BRANCH” by bringing solutions to the problems between Islamic countries and internal conflicts of Islamic countries.
  • It has been declared that her goal would be to establish institutions that would gather Islamic countries,

Under one will.

(SLIDE-17) ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONSTITUTION;

At the end of our first congress, a comprehensive Constitution that could be a MODEL was drafted. Consisting of 63 pages and 181 articles, "CONSTITUTION of CONFEDERATION of ISLAMIC COUNTRIES” has been published on the ASSAM WEB Site as a MODEL in Turkish, Arabic and English Languages.

(SLIDE-18)

According to the Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Union Confederal Republic Constitution”;

It has been authorized; Confederation in 5 Fields of Activity,

Regional Federations of Islamic States in 6 Fields of Activity,

National States are in the 10 Fields of Activity.

ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION VISION (SLIDE-19)

ASSAM'S VISION IN THE PROCESS OF THE UNION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

AS ASSAM; (SLIDE-20)

  • WE SEE THE CREATION OF THE ISLAMIC UNION AS A NECESSITY OF THE ERA.
  • WE ACCEPT THAT THE UNDERSTANDING OF THIS NECESSITY BY THE ISLAMIC UMMAH IS ALSO THE FIRST CONDITION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNION.

 

FIRST PHASE (SLIDE-21)

ASSAM DREW A ROAD MAP TO COMPLETE THE ISLAMIC UNION, with the Model Constitution, and EVALUATED THAT ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CAN UNITE UNDER ONE WILL IN FOUR PHASES.

 

FIRST; (First Phase)

Its authority, potentials, power, structure, number of members, constitution, laws and statutes are specified, the “Chamber of Representatives of the Islamic Countries”, in which the common will of 57 Islamic Countries is represented, should be established permanently and subsequently it should be formed as a “Confederal of Islamic Countries”.

 

SECOND PHASE (SLIDE-22)

As second step;

  • While the efforts of the Confederation of Islamic Countries to determine the procedures and principles of justice, security (interior and foreign) and joint foreign policy, which are the principal areas of responsibility of the states, “Regional Assemblies of Islamic Countries” should be established, where the common wills of the ethnic and geographically close Islamic States are represented and with the resolutions of the Parliaments, they should be transformed into a "Regional Confederal Islamic Countries" structure.

 

  • (SLIDE-23) The Regional Islamic Countries CONFEDERATIONS should be grouped in 9 different geographies, taking into account their geographical and ethnic affinity.
  • As seen in this grouping slide;

 

Ø  MIDDLE EAST

[12 COUNTRIES] ,

 

Ø  CENTRAL ASIA

[8 COUNTRIES] ,

 

Ø  NEAR EAST

[4 COUNTRIES] ,

Ø  SOUTHEAST ASIA [4 COUNTRIES],

Ø  NORTH AFRICA

[6 COUNTRIES] ,

Ø  EASTERN AFRICA

[6 COUNTRIES] ,

 

Ø  NORTH-WEST AFRICA [7 COUNTRIES] ,

 

Ø  SOUTH-WEST AFRICA

[6 COUNTRIES] ,

Ø  EUROPE

[4 COUNTRIES] ,

1.     Twelve of them, Middle East Islamic Countries (Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Palestine, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Yemen),

2.     Eight of them, Middle Asia Islamic Countries (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan)

3.     Four of them, Near East Islamic Countries, (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Pakistan),

4.     Four of them, South East Asia Islamic Countries (Brunei, Indonesia, Maldives, Malaysia),

5.     Six of them North Africa Islamic Countries, (Algeria, Chad, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia),

6.     Six of them, East Afrika (Red Sea Basin) Islamic Countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Comoros, Mozambique, Somalia, Sudan),

7.     Seven of them, North West Africa – South America Islamic Countries (Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal, Sierra Leone)

8.     Six of them, South West Africa (Ocean Basin) Islamic Countries (Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria),

9.     Four of them, European Islamic Countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia),

(SLIDE-24) At this stage, the Confederation of Islamic Countries and its NINE Regional Confederations of Islamic Countries should be established.

 

(SLIDE- 25) THIRD PHASE;

After the formation of the Regional Confederations of Islamic Countries is completed;

  • The central administrations of the "Regional Islamic Countries Confederations" should be strengthened and transformed into Federation and each "Regional Confederation of Islamic Countries" should be affiliated to the "Confederation of Islamic Countries" as a Confederate

 

(SLIDE-26) Thus, the hierarchical connection of the ASRICA ISLAMIC UNION COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION is completed and as seen in this slide

Nine REGIONAL FEDERATIONS and a CONFEDERAL structure formed by these regional Islamic Federations without changing the national borders and structure of 57 Islamic Countries (28 Asia, 25 Africa, 4 Europe) on the ASRICA pivot, according to their ethnic and geographical proximity. It seems possible to establish the ISLAMIC UNION by gathering under a will.

 

(SLIDE-27) FOURTH PHASE (1)

After the hierarchical structure is completed;

  • The central joint will must be represented in the "Parliament of the Confederation of Islamic Countries" and the joint wills of the regional organizations in the “Regional Federation Parliaments of the Islamic Countries”.
  • “EXECUTIVE BRANCES” under parliaments should be established.
  • In the centers of the central and regional executive bodies, “COURTS OF JUSTICE” and “IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION FORCES” should be established to ensure the implementation of the decisions of the Courts of Justice.

 

(SLIDE-28) FOURTH PHASE (2)

  • An organization should be made to ensure "public order and interior security".
  • In order to ensure external security, "DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRODUCTION COOPERATION" should be established and a "DEFENSE ALLIANCE" should be organized.
  • It should be organized for the determination and implementation of "common foreign policies";
  • “Economic cooperation” should be established,
  • For the Confederation of Islamic Countries and the Regional Federations of Islamic Countries, an independent "JUDICIAL SYSTEM" consisting of "Human Rights" and "Criminal Courts" should be established on the judicial systems of the member states.

It can be said that following the completion of this organization, Islamic unity was formed.

As a result of the First International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, it WAS POSSIBLE TO CREATE such a MODEL.

 

(SLIDE-29) SECOND INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

I would like to briefly mention our SECOND Congress, which has had important results.

SECOND International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress;

(01- 02 NOVEMBER 2018) with the main theme of "ISLAMIC ECONOMY AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS", 57 presentations were presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries at the Congress.

(SLIDE-30) IN THE DECLARATION PUBLISHED AT THE END OF THE CONGRESS;

In order for the Islamic countries to reach a level of prosperity above world standards and gain their economic independence; Using the technology of the age, encouraging production, based on the exchange of goods and services, interest-free, protecting labor-capital-consumer, providing fair income distribution, unaffected by the fraudulent manipulation of global powers, having an autonomous money circulation system, as a second step towards the Islamic Union, For this reason, it is necessary to establish the economic system;

 

(SLIDE-31)

  • Establishment of a CUSTOMS UNION between Islamic countries,
  • Establishment of a COMMON MARKET between Islamic countries,
  • The acceptance of MONETARY UNION between Islamic countries,
  • Establishment of TRADE ZONES between the members of the Union,
  • Establishment of Commercial Courts, Foundations and Chambers of Commerce affiliated to the Union,
  • To give ZAKAT INSTITUTION an institutional identity under the control of states as a common fund,
  • Creation of the Islamic electronic dinar currency (ASRICA Dinar),
  • Creating a Common Market and joint production and R&D incentive fund,
  • (SLIDE-32) Resource planning work with the common investment fund,
  • Establishing a joint organization for R&D and Innovation activities,
  • Establishing cooperatives-cooperation systems between Islamic countries in the mining, energy, agriculture, transportation and telecommunication and food sectors of Islamic countries and supporting Islamic financial institutions,
  • Establishment of ASRICA, BANK FINANCIAL TRANSFER CENTER (ASRICA-BAFAM),

 

  • (SLIDE-33) Taking measures to increase foreign trade volume among member countries,
  • Establishing Trade centers, signing preferential trade agreements between Islamic countries,
  • Developing cultural affinity between Islamic countries in the combination of language, religion and history, establishing a strong political will,
  • It has been declared as required and the Declaration has been made available to the World Public on the ASSAM WEB Site.

 

(SLIDE-34) THIRD INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

 I would like to briefly mention our THIRD Congress, which has had important.

OUR CONGRESS;

(19- 20 December 2019) under the title of "DETERMINATION OF THE PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF COMMON DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRODUCTION FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION", under the main theme of "ASRICA COMMON DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRODUCTION", it was carried out with the participation of 45 academicians from 10 Islamic countries and presented 44 presentations at the Congress.

 

(SLIDE-35) AT THE END OF THE CONGRESS, on the basis that one of the primary conditions of independence and being a sovereign power is that the WEAPONS USED BY THE COUNTRIES must be produced ON THEIR OWN;

  • In the ASRICA Confederation of Islamic States Cabinet, the MINISTRY OF DEFENSE INDUSTRY is one of the five ministries and consists of NINE sub-units attached to the center, as shown on the slide,

 

  • (SLIDE-36) RELATED TO THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY;
    • Inventory of products,
    • Determination of needs,
    • Storage and Distribution,
    • Renovation,
    • Modernization,
    • Scrap - Debris - Run-down Material separation,
    • Recovery and Recycling

The activities are to be conducted under Ministry of Defense Industry;

  • (SLIDE-37) The establishment of "DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRESIDENCES" in Nine Regional Islamic Countries Federations, affiliated with the MINISTRY OF DEFENSE INDUSTRY, and "DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRESIDENCIES" within the National States under these presidencies,
  • Regarding the production of Land, Naval, Air, Air Defense, Space, Cyber and Electronic Defense Industry products;
    • MAIN CONTRACTORS to "Regional Federations of Islamic States";
    • The division of SUB-CONTRACTORS to National States,

 

  • (SLIDE-38) In the REGIONS OF Defense Industry Production MAIN AND SUB-CONTRACTORS, regarding the Defense Industry Product it produces;
    • R&D,
    • STANDARDIZATION,
    • CERTIFICATION,
    • ACCREDITATION,
    • CODIFICATION and
    • MAINTENANCE

Formation of centers,

 

  • (SLIDE-39) Establishing departments of Vocational High Schools and Universities related to Defense Industry products allocated to the Regional Islamic Federations and National States assigned as Defense Industry Main and Subcontractors,

DECLARED AND PREPARED DECLARATIONS UNDER ASSAM WEB SITE are available to the Public.

 

 

(SLIDE-40) FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

 I would like to briefly mention our 4th Congress, which has had important results.

Our FOURTH Congress;

On 12 December 2020, under the title of "DETERMINATION OF THE COMMON DEFENSE SYSTEM PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION", under the main theme of "ASRICA CONFEDERATION DEFENSE SYSTEM", it was conducted by teleconference method and 27 declaration were presented at the Congress by 31 academics from 15 countries.

 

(SLIDE-41) In the declaration published at THE END OF THE CONGRESS,

One of the primary conditions of independence and being a sovereign power is that the DEFENSE OF COUNTRIES ARE CONDUCTED FROM THE CENTER.

For this reason, it constitutes one of the five areas of activity of the MINISTRY OF DEFENSE to be carried out by the Confederation from the center. 

 

  • (SLIDE-42) ASRICA UNION OF ISLAMIC STATES DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

MINISTRY OF DEFENSE;

Consisting of the Chief of General Staff, the Commands of Land, Naval, Air, Air Defense and Missile, Cyber and Electronic Security, and the Army Level “JOINT OPERATION COMMANDS” located at the center of each of the nine Regional Federations, in the Draft Constitution of Islamic Countries, Article 117 of the Confederation Constitution.

(SLIDE-43) According to Article 117 of the draft constitution, with the leadership of the president of the Confederate Republic, the “SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE CONFEDERATE REPUBLIC” is envisaged to be established, attended by the Vice Presidents of the Confederate Republic, the Presidents of the regional Federal Republic, the Ministers of Justice, National Defense, Interior, Foreign Affairs, the Chief of staff, the land, navy, air and Joint Force Commanders.

(SLIDE-44, SLIDE-45) Given to the Operational Control of JOINT OPERATION COMMANDS and Deployed at the Centers of National States; (APPENDIX-G,APPENDIX-H)

  • (SLIDE-46) AS COMBAT AND COMBAT SUPPORT UNIT;
  • It is envisaged that 36 Corps Command in Land Forces,
  • In Naval Forces: Three Navy, Three Fleet and Three Straits Commands,
  • In Air Forces; 9 Strategic, 9 Tactical Air Forces Commands and 9 Missile Command,
  • In Air Defense Command; 9 Radar Base Command and 9 Air and Missile Defense Command,
  • In Cyber and Electronic Security Command; 9 Cyber Security and 9 Electronic Warfare Command,

.

  • (SLIDE-47) AS ALSO COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT UNIT;
  • Nine Logistics Support Commands for each of the Land, Naval, Air, Air and Missile Defense and Cyber and Electronic Force Commands,
  • Nine Training Commands for each of the Force Commands other than the Naval Forces, and four Training Commands for the Naval Forces, at the Naval Forces Command,
  • It is envisaged to establish nine Base and Port Commands and Nine Base and Air Base Commands under the Air Force Command.

.

  • (SLIDE-48) FORCES, INSTITUTIONS AND UNITS ATTACHED TO THE JOINT OPERATION COMMANDS IN FEDERAL ZONES

            The Combat, Combat Support, Combat Service Support Commands and their affiliates in each Regional Federation's Geography should be assigned to the Operational Control of the Joint Operation Commands of the Regional Islamic Federations. (APPENDIX-I)

 

(SLIDE- 49) FIFTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

I would like to give brief information about our FIFTH Congress we held last year.

(SLIDE-50) OUR FIFTH CONGRESS;

In order to determine the relations of the Model CONFEDERATION with its Neighbors and Global Powers, its rights and interests in Neighboring Geographies, Inland Seas and Oceans, the Diplomatic network it will form in the World States, the Foreign Representation System in its Center, Federal Regions and National States, on December 18-19, 2021, “COMMON FOREIGN POLICY PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE MODEL ISLAMIC UNION” was held under the title of “ASRICA CONFEDERATION FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS” by video teleconference method and 34 papers were presented at the Congress by 34 academics from 16 countries.

(SLIDE-51) In the declaration published at THE END OF THE CONGRESS:

The result of the Fifth Congress took place in two parts.

In the First Part; the foreign policy procedures and principles that will be implemented by the Islamic Countries until the establishment of the Model ASRICA Confederation,

and in the Second Part; the foreign policy procedures and principles to be applied after the Formation of the Model ASRICA Confederation are examined.

 

  • (SLIDE-52) THE ISLAMIC WORLD IN THE PROCESS LEADING UP TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE MODEL ASRICA CONFEDERATION:
    • It should realize that his own geography has been turned into an area of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetrical World War III, where the ethnic and sectarian elements within the unitary structures of the Countries are fighting each other; and in order to be victorious from this war, Islamic countries must take concrete steps rapidly to gather under a will.
    • The Islamic World is in urgent need for a new organization that will work independently of the United Nations and certain power centers to help to restore stability in Islamic countries where internal security, foreign security, economic, social and political crises prevail.
    • There is a need for a different power than the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which has operational capabilities and powers, and is formed by States that commit to comply with its rules and contribute, and have the characteristics of being an Islamic Country.
    • (SLIDE- 53) The turmoil prevailing in Kashmir, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Palestine can be resolved with an organization to be formed by the Islamic World without involving anyone else. This organization can also be the core for the Islamic Union. Its name can be “ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CRISIS MANAGEMENT CONFEDERATION”.
    • (SLIDE- 54) ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CRISIS MANAGEMENT CONFEDERATION;
      • It must consist of voluntary states which meet the criteria.
      • States should be able to participate and bind to this organization through agreements.
      • There should be a permanent working chamber of deputies formed by the representatives of the member countries, which will ensure that the decisions are taken and implemented.
      • Chamber of deputies should serve the purposes of its establishment by the will of the member states.
      • When necessary, parties in crisis regions should be represented in chamber of deputies according to their application.
      • (SLIDE-55) A crisis center should be established which is dependent on the chamber of deputies and accountable.
      • Within the crisis center, there should be operation centers that can manage military, political, legal, economic and social operations.
      • Member countries should provide the necessary financial support.
      • It should also have a military power that acts under the control of the crisis center and is formed with the contributions of the member states.
      • Activity center should be determined by the Chamber of Deputies, taking into account the proposals of the crisis zones and member countries, and it should be changed when necessary.
      • Model Confederation's approach to the parties of crises should be constructive, peaceful, equitable, fully respectful to human rights and freedoms, unifying, protecting the social culture, helpful and, when necessary, coercive.
    • FOREIGN POLICY PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES TO BE IMPLEMENTED AFTER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE MODEL ASRICA CONFEDARSION
      • Organization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Model ASRICA Confederation:
        • Model Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs should consist;
          • Central Organization Presidency
          • Presidency of Foreign Representations
          • Presidency of Domestic Representations
          • Presidency of Administrative Affairs
          • Presidency of Strategy
          • ASRICA Council
          • Supreme Islamic Council
        • (SLIDE- 57) Model Confederation within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; MULTIPLE for the countries in ASIA, AFRICA, EUROPE, NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA and AUSTRALIA, in the MINISTRY CENTRAL ORGANIZATION, in order to monitor and coordinate the activities of the diplomatic missions in the states in SIX continents around the world and also in the states with global power; BILATERAL “POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIO-CULTURAL AFFAIRS” GENERAL DIRECTORATES should be established for countries in a position of global power such as the USA, RUSSIA, CHINA, ENGLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, SOUTH AFRICA, INDIA.

(SLIDE-58) ASRICA Islamic Countries Model Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs Organization Chart

 

  • (SLIDE-59) Model Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs FOREIGN Representations;

On the basis of reciprocity, the Model ASRICA Confederation should be represented by the Grand Embassies, Consulates General, Permanent Representations and Cultural Centers before the countries of the world other than the member states of the Model Confederation.

 

  • (SLIDE-60) Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs DOMESTIC Representations;
    • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs should establish Ministry Representations in the Regional Federation Centers and in the centers of the National States in the Model Confederation's external borders in a way to ensure communication and coordination with the representatives of foreign countries to be assigned to the Model Confederation before Regional Federations and National States.
    • (SLIDE-61) The Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs should establish appropriate representative units at the following centers, taking into account the diplomatic missions of foreign states.
      • Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Middle East Regional Islamic States Federation
      • Central Asia         “          “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • Near East            “          “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • Southeast Asia      “          “          “          “          “          “          “        “
      • North Africa    “          “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • East Africa      “          “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • North West Africa      “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • South West Africa        “          “          “          “          “          “          “
      • Europe                        “          “          “          “          “          “          “
    • There should also be representations of the ministry of foreign affairs for 57 national Islamic states.

 

  • (SLIDE-62) SUPREME SCIENCE COUNCIL should be established within the Model ASRICA Confederation Ministry of Foreign Affairs to explain and promote the understanding of Islam. This council should be within the body of the MODEL ASRICA SCIENTIFIC STUDIES COUNCIL and should be composed of an equal number of representatives to be sent from the Federations. The organization and structure of the Assembly should be determined by the Model ASRICA Chamber of Deputies.
  • (SLIDE-63) Fundamental Rights and Freedoms Principles and Procedures;

All people are equal in the sight of Allah are equal in terms of basic human rights no matter what geography they are born in. These rights should be guaranteed by the Constitution and their application with justice in the Model ASRICA Confederation Geography should be accepted as the basic principle.

  • “Model ASRICA International Relations Coordination Presidency” within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the ASRICA Confederation States Union is responsible for coordinating the relations and diplomatic process with Global States and Global Giants.

 

  • (SLIDE-64) USE OF THE SEA
  • Benefiting the Inland Seas;

The usage rights and benefits of the sea areas within the borders of the Model ASRICA Confederation and the straits and canals connecting these seas to the high seas should be made available to the fair use of the “Model ASRICA Law of the Sea Agreement” to be prepared by the “Model ASRICA Council” to be established under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

  • Benefiting the Oceans;

Maritime jurisdiction areas of the Oceans (Territorial Seas, Continental Shelf and Exclusive Economic Zone), which are the border of the Model ASRICA Confederation, are determined according to the “Model ASRICA Law of the Sea Agreement” to be prepared by the “Model ASRICA Council”, by taking the riparian and opposite coastal countries as an example.

  • (SLIDE-65) It should be ensured that the height of the Model ASRICA Confederation Airspace and the control of the foreign satellites passing over the FIR line are done in accordance with the provisions of the “Model ASRICA Air and Space Law” to be prepared by the Model ASRICA Council.

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(SLIDE-66) The SIXTH International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, which will be held under the main theme of “MODEL ASRICA CONFEDERATION PUBLIC ORDER AND INTERNAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION”, will be held under the main theme of “DETERMINATION OF COMMON PUBLIC ORDER AND SECURITY PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION”; The topics of the papers to be presented by the participating academicians will be examined under the following headings.

  • (SLIDE-67) CONGRESS SUBTITLES
  • The principles and procedures in the organization of the administrative structures related to public order and internal security of the GLOBAL POWERS IN HISTORY through the Ottoman Empire, the Ayyubids State and the Medieval Islamic States;
  • The principles and procedures of the Organization of the administrative (Regional Administration, security in cities, rural areas, coasts and borders) related to public order and internal security of Global Powers such as the USA, EU, CHINA, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA AND INDIA and SUB-SAFRICA COUNTRIES;
  • (SLIDE-68) The Concept and Principles of Public Order, Internal Security in the Islamic Confederation and the Principles and Procedures of the Common International Islamic Public Order and Internal Security Architecture, Common Security and Public Order Principles for the Islamic Union, Cooperation and Security for the Islamic Union, New Security Areas in the Internal Security Facility of the Islamic Union; THE ENVISIONED public order and internal security organization of the MODEL ASRICA CONFEDERATION, with papers to be presented under the headings;
    • Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation Constitution on the Provision-to-be-added of Security and Public Order and
    • Organization, powers and responsibilities of the Central Organization of the ASRICA Confederation, the Central Organization, Regional Federations and National States,
  • To reveal an ideal model for the ASRICA Confederation of Islamic Countries at the end of the CONGRESS by conducting examinations and evaluations on the subjects.

 

(SLIDE-69) OUR CONGRESS;

  • It was held online through VIDEO conference method,
  • is broadcasted in Turkish, English and Arabic
  • Presentations are interpreted instantly (simultaneously).
  • Abstracts and presentations will be put into a book and placed on the ASSAM WEB Site.
  • Presentations will also be published in the ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) in electronic form.
  • The Congress Conclusion Reports to be prepared for execution will also be sent to decision-making mechanisms and all invitees and participants from the Islamic World and will be posted on the ASSAM WEB Site.

 

(SLIDE-70) NEXT YEAR AFTER OUR SIXTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS;

  • Joint Justice System

WE AIM TO REVEAL A MODEL THAT WILL GATHER ISLAMIC COUNTRIES UNDER ONE WILL by the end of 2023 by presenting the subjects.

 

(SLIDE-71) I would like to thank you, our esteemed guests, our universities and non-governmental organizations for their scientific contribution by not leaving us alone in this activity, and wish our Congress to be a means of goodness, and present my greetings and respects. November 12, 2022

 

Adnan Tanrıverdi

ASSAM President of Board of Directors

 

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Adnan TANRIVERDİ

Emekli Tuğgeneral Adnan Tanrıverdi Kimdir? Türkçe (Türkiye) Arabic (اللغة العربية) English (United Kingdom) 

 

Adnan Tanrıverdi

Uşak Medresesinde tahsil görmüş, din görevlisi olarak görev yapmış, İstiklal Harbine katılmış, İstiklal madalyası ile taltif edilmiş Ali Osman Tanrıverdi’nin tek oğlu olarak 08 Kasım 1944 tarihinde Konya'nın Akşehir ilçesine bağlı Doğrugöz (Eski adı Eğrigöz) Köyünde doğdu.

İlkokul, ortaokul ve liseyi Akşehir'de bitirdi. Orta tahsilinden sonra 1962-1963 öğrenim yılında bir yıl ilkokul vekil öğretmenliği yaptı. 1963-1964 öğrenim yılında bir yıl İstanbul Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Zooloji Bölümünde öğrenim gördü. Öğrenim hayatı boyunca ortaokul çağlarından başlayarak kendi çiftliklerinin ekim, hasat, pazarlama işleri yanı sıra bir simit fırınında da kalfalık yaparak üretim ve ticaret faaliyetlerinde bulundu. Üniversite tahsili sırasında ise önce bir Gümrük Komisyoncusunda çalıştı, akabinde 1963 – 1964 yılında Üniversite tahsili sırasında Devlet Demiryolları Birinci İşletmesi Haydarpaşa 16. Tesisler Servisi Müfettişliğinde Müfettiş Vekilliği yaptı.

1964 yılında Kara Harp Okuluna girdi. 30 Ağustos 1966 yılında; Topçu Subayı olarak pekiyi derece ile Kara Harp Okulunu bitirdi. 1967 yılında Topçu ve Füze Okulu Subay Temel Kursunu ikincilikle bitirdi. Mart 1967 tarihinde Teğmenliğe naspedildi. Aynı yıl Füsun Hanım ile evlendi.

Sırasıyla;

  • 23’üncü Piyade Tugayı 8’inci Topçu Taburunda (İstanbul),
  • 10’uncu Piyade Tümeni Topçu Alayında (Tatvan),
  • 58’inci Topçu Er Eğitim Tugayı (Burdur) Karargâh Bölüğü ve 1’inci Topçu Taburunda Batarya Komutanlıkları görevlerinde bulundu.
  • 30 Ağustos 1970’te Üsteğmen, 30 Ağustos 1973’te Yüzbaşı rütbesine yükseltildi.
  • Topçu ve Füze Okulu Kurslar Alayı Yedek Subay Taburunda (Polatlı) Yedek Subay Bölük Komutanlığı,

görevlerinde bulundu.

1976 – 1978 yıllarında Kara Harp Akademisinde öğrenim görerek 1978 yılında Kurmay Subay statüsünü kazandı.

1980 yılında Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisini bitirdi.

Kurmay Sb. olarak;

  • 1978 – 1980 yıllarında 2’nci Piyade Tümen Komutanlığında (Adapazarı) İstihbarat Şube Müdürlüğü ve Kurmay Başkan Vekilliği;
  • 1980 – 1984 yıllarında Kara Harp Akademisi Öğretim Üyeliği;
  • 1984 – 1986 Genelkurmay Özel Harp Daire Başkanlığı Lojistik ve Harekât Şube Müdürlükleri, Kurmay Başkan Vekilliği görevlerinde bulundu.
  • 30 Ağustos 1980 tarihinde mümtazen terfi ettirilerek Binbaşılığa, 30 Ağustos 1984 tarihinde Yarbaylığa, 30 Ağustos 1987 tarihinde Albaylığa yükseltildi.
  • Akademi öncesi Özel Tekâmül Kursları, Fransızca Temel Kursu ve Gayri Nizami Harp Kursu gördü.
  • 1986 – 1988 yıllarında Kuzey Kıbrıs Türk Cumhuriyeti Sivil Savunma Teşkilat Başkanlığı,
  • 1988 – 1990 yıllarında Hakim olarak Askeri Yüksek İdare Mahkemesi 1’inci ve 2’nci Dairelerinde Subay Üyelik ve 1’inci Daire Başkan Vekilliği görevlerinde bulundu.
  • 1990 yılında 8’inci Kolordu Topçu Alay Komutanlığı (Malazgirt) görevine atandı.

30 Ağustos 1992 tarihinde Tuğgeneralliğe yükseltildi ve General olarak;

  • 1992 – 1995 yılları arasında üç yıl 2’nci Zırhlı Tugay Komutanlığı (Kartal),
  • 1995 – 1996 yıllarında da Kara Kuvvetleri Sağlık Daire Başkanlığı görevlerinde bulunduktan sonra
  • 30 Ağustos 1996 yılında kadrosuzluktan emekliye sevk edildi.

Emekliye ayrıldıktan sonra;

  • 1997 – 1998 yılları arasında bir yıl süre ile fahri olarak, Üsküdar FM Radyosunun Genel Koordinatörlük görevini yürüttü.
  • 30 Mayıs 2004 tarihinde İhlâs Marmara Evleri Camii Yaptırma ve Yardım Derneği Yönetim Kurulunda yer aldı.
  • 28 Kasım 2004 – 22 Kasım 2009 tarihleri arasında Adaleti Savunanlar Derneği’nin (ASDER) Genel Başkanlığı görevini üstlendi.
  • 03 Mart 2011 – 01 Kasım 2021 yılları arasında Üsküdar Üniversitesi Mütevelli Heyet Üyeliği görevi yaptı.

Yeni ASDER Yönetimi, kendisine ASDER Onursal Başkanlığı unvanını münasip görmüştür.

ASDER Onursal Başkanı olarak,

  • 28 Şubat 2012 tarihinde; Müslüman Ülke Silahlı kuvvetlerinin organizasyonu ve stratejik kullanımına danışmanlık, son kullanıcıdan eğitici seviyesine kadar özel konularda eğitim ve harp, silah ve araçlarının temini, bakım ve onarımı hizmetlerinde görev yapmak üzere SADAT Uluslararası Savunma Danışmanlık İnşaat Sanayi ve Ticaret Anonim şirketini,
  • 24 Mayıs 2013 tarihinde İslam Ülkelerinin bir irade altında birleşmesinin teknik esaslarını inceleme ve İslam birliği temelinin atılması için uygun koşulları oluşturma hizmetleri için "ASSAM – Adaleti Savunanlar Stratejik Araştırmalar Merkezi Derneğini”
  • 19 Ocak 2013 tarihinde ASDER üyelerinin sportif faaliyetler yürütebilmesi için YUSDER – Yunus Uluslararası Doğa Sporları Derneği ve Deniz Sporları Kulübünü"

kurmuştur.

15 Ağustos 2016 tarihinde Cumhurbaşkanı Başdanışmanlığı ve 08 Ekim 2018 tarihinde Cumhurbaşkanlığı Güvenlik ve Dış Politika Kurul Üyeliğine getirilmiştir.

Bu görevlerinden 09 Ocak 2020 tarihinde istifa ederek ayrılmıştır.

Halen;

  • ASDER Onursal Başkanlığı,
  • ASSAM Yönetim Kurulu Başkanlığı,
  • YUSDER Yönetim Kurulu Başkanlığı,
  • SADAT A.Ş. Ynt. Krl. Üyeliği,
  • İslâm Dünyası Sivil Toplum Kuruluşları Birliği (İDSB) Yüksek İstişare Kurulu Üyeliği
  • Türkiye Gönüllü Teşekküller Vakfı (TGTV) Yüksek İstişare Kurulu Üyeliği,
  • Uluslararası Müslüman Alimler Dayanışma Derneği (IMSU) Yüksek İstişare Kurulu Üyeliği

görevlerini aktif olarak yürütmektedir.

Evli ve iki çocuk, 5 torun ve ziyadesi 6 toruncuğa sahip olup Fransızca bilir.

 

  

     من هو العميد المتقاعد عدنان تانريفردي؟

ولد في قرية Doğrugöz (Eğrigöz سابقًا) في قضاء أكشهير في قونية في 8 نوفمبر 1944، وهو الابن الوحيد لعلي عثمان تانريفردي، الذي تلقى تعليمه في مدرسة أوشاك، وعمل موظفاً دينيًا، وشارك في حرب الاستقلال وحصل على وسام الاستقلال.

أتم دراسته الابتدائية والإعدادية والثانوية في أكشهير. بعد تعليمه الثانوي، شغل منصب مدرس بديل في المدرسة الابتدائية لمدة عام واحد في العام الدراسي 1962-1963. ودرس في جامعة إسطنبول، كلية العلوم، قسم علم الحيوان لمدة عام واحد في العام الدراسي 1963-1964. خلال حياته التعليمية، عمل كعامل في مخبز للخبز، بالإضافة إلى أعمال الزراعة والحصاد والتسويق في مزارعه الخاصة، وانخرط في أنشطة الإنتاج والتجارة بدءًا من سن المدرسة الثانوية. أثناء تعليمه الجامعي، عمل أولاً في كوسيط جمركي، ثم في عام 1963 - 1964، عمل كمفتش بالإنابة في الإدارة الحكومية الأولى للسكك الحديدية حيدر باشا رقم 16 خدمة تفتيش المرافق.

دخل الأكاديمية العسكرية البرية في عام 1964. تخرج من الأكاديمية العسكرية البرية برتبة ضابط مدفعية بدرجة عالية في 30 أغسطس 1966. أنهى الدورة الأساسية لضباط مدرسة المدفعية والصواريخ بالمركز الثاني في عام 1967. عيّن ملازماً في مارس/ آذار 1967. في نفس العام تزوج من السيدة فسون.

على التوالي شغل مناصب في؛

  • كتيبة المدفعية الثامنة بلواء المشاة الثالث والعشرون (إسطنبول)،
  • فرقة المشاة العاشرة فوج المدفعية (تطوان)،
  • قائد بطارية في سرية قيادة لواء التدريب الخاص بالمدفعية 58 (بوردور) وفي كتيبة المدفعية الأولى.
  • تمت ترقيته إلى رتبة ملازم أول في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1970، وفي 30 أغسطس/ آب 1973 إلى رتبة نقيب.
  • شغل منصب قائد سرية ضابط الاحتياط في (بولاطلي) بكتيبة ضباط الاحتياط في مدرسة المدفعية والصواريخ.

درس في الأكاديمية العسكرية البرية في 1976– 1978 وحصل على منصب ضابط أركان في عام 1978.

تخرج من أكاديمية القوات المسلحة عام 1980.

شغل كضابط أركان:

  • منصب مديرية فرع المخابرات ونائب رئيس الأركان في قيادة فرقة المشاة الثانية في (أدا بازاري) بين عامي 1978 و1980؛
  • في السنوات 1980-1984، كان عضوا في هيئة التدريس في أكاديمية الحرب البرية؛
  •  عمل رئيسا لفرع اللوجستيات والعمليات في قسم الحرب الخاصة في هيئة الأركان العامة ونائب رئيس الأركان في الفترة من 1984 حتى 1986.
  • تمت ترقيته إلى رتبة رائد في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1980، وإلى رتبة مقدم في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1984، وإلى رتبة عقيد في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1987.
  • حضر قبل الأكاديمية الدورات التطويرية الخاصة والدورة الأساسية للغة الفرنسية ودورة الحرب غير التقليدية.
  • شغل منصب رئاسة منظمة الدفاع المدني للجمهورية التركية لشمال قبرص في الفترة 1986-1988،
  • عمل كعضو ضابط في الغرف الأولى والثانية للمحكمة الإدارية العسكرية العليا ونائب رئيس الدائرة الأولى بين عامي 1988 و1990.
  • تم تعيينه في قيادة فوج مدفعية الفيلق الثامن في (مالاذكرد) في عام 1990.

تمت ترقيته إلى عميد في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1992، وشغل كجنرال مناصب؛

  • قيادة اللواء المدرع الثاني في (كارتال) لمدة ثلاث سنوات بين 1992 و1995،
  • شغل منصب رئيس دائرة صحة القوات البرية بين عامي 1995 و1996،
  • تم إحالته إلى التقاعد بسبب عدم وجود شاغر وظيفي في 30 أغسطس 1996.

شغل بعد التقاعد مناصب؛

  • المنسق العام لإذاعة أوسكودار أف أم لمدة عام واحد بين 1997- 1998 بصفة فخرية.
  • في 30 مايو/ أيار 2004، كان عضوا في مجلس إدارة جمعية إخلاص مرمرة لبناء المساجد والإغاثة.
  • شغل منصب الرئيس العام لجمعية المدافعين عن العدالة (أسدر) بين 28 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 2004 و22 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 2009.
  • شغل منصب عضو مجلس أمناء جامعة أوسكودار بين 3 مارس/ آذار 2011 و1 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 2021.

اعتبرت إدارة أسدر الجديدة أنه من المناسب منحه لقب الرئيس الفخري لأسدر.

وكرئيس فخري لأسدر

  • في 28 فبراير 2012: شركة صادات للاستشارات الدفاعية الدولية والصناعة والإنشاءات والتجارة المساهمة لتقديم الاستشارات والتنظيم والاستخدام الاستراتيجي للقوات المسلحة للدول الإسلامية، والتدريب على قضايا خاصة من مستوى المستخدم النهائي إلى مستوى المدرب، وتوريد وصيانة وإصلاح الأسلحة والمركبات الحربية،
  •  "أصّام - جمعية مركز المدافعين عن العدالة للدراسات الاستراتيجية" لخدمات دراسة المبادئ الفنية لتوحيد الدول الإسلامية وتهيئة الظروف المناسبة لإرساء أسس الوحدة الإسلامية بتاريخ 24 مايو/ أيار 2013.
  • في 19 يناير 2013، تم إنشاء جمعية يوسدر - يونس الدولية للرياضات الطبيعية ونادي الرياضة البحرية من أجل قيام أعضاء أسدر بالأنشطة الرياضية"

أنشأ

تم تعيينه في منصب كبير مستشاري رئيس الجمهورية في 15 أغسطس/ آب 2016 وعضواً في اللجنة الرئاسية للأمن والسياسة الخارجية في 8 أكتوبر/ تشرين الأول 2018.

استقال من هذه المناصب في 09 يناير / كانون الثاني 2020.

حالياً:

  • الرئيس الفخري لأسدر،
  • رئيس مجلس إدارة أصّام،
  • رئيس مجلس إدارة يوسدر،
  • عضوية مجلس إدارة شركة صادات المساهمة،
  • عضو المجلس الاستشاري الأعلى لاتحاد المنظمات غير الحكومية في العالم الإسلامي (UNIW)
  • عضوية المجلس الاستشاري الأعلى للمنظمات التطوعية في تركيا (TGTV)،
  • عضو المجلس الاستشاري الأعلى لجمعية اتحاد العلماء المسلمين الدولي (IMSU)

ينفذ بنشاط مهامه في.

متزوج وله ولدان وخمسة أحفاد وأكثر من ستة من أولاد الأحفاد ويتحدث الفرنسية.

    

   

Who is Retired Brigadier General Adnan Tanrıverdi? 

He was born in the village of Doğrugöz (Formerly Eğrigöz) in the Akşehir district of Konya on November 8, 1944, as the only son of Ali Osman Tanrıverdi, who was educated in the Uşak Madrasa, served as a religious officer, participated in the War of Independence and was awarded the War of Independence Medal.

He finished primary, secondary and high school in Akşehir. After his secondary education, he worked as a primary school substitute teacher for one year in the 1962-1963 academic year. He studied at Istanbul University, Faculty of Science, Department of Zoology for a year in the 1963-1964 academic year. Throughout his education life, he worked in production and trade activities by working as a journeyman in a bakery as well as planting, harvest, marketing works of his own farms starting from secondary school age. During his university education, he first worked at a Customs Broker, and then in 1963-1964, he served as Deputy Inspector at the Haydarpaşa 16th Facilities Service Inspectorate of the State Railways Administration.

He started studying the Military Academy in 1964. On August 30, 1966; he graduated from the Military Academy with an excellent degree as an Artillery Officer. In 1967, he finished the Artillery and Missile School Officer Basic Training in secondHe was assigned as Second Lieutenant in March 1967. In the same year he married Mrs. Füsun.

Respectively he served in;

  • 23rd Infantry Brigade, 8th Artillery Battalion (Istanbul),
  • 10th Infantry Division Artillery Regiment (Tatvan),
  • Battery Commands in 58th Artillery Private Training Brigade (Burdur) Headquarters Company and 1st Artillery Battalion
  • On August 30, 1970, he was promoted to First Lieutenant, on August 30, 1973 he was promoted to the rank of Captain.
  • He served as the Reserve Officer Company Commandant in the Artillery and Missile School Trainings Regiment Reserve Officer Battalion (Polatlı)

He studied at the Military Academy between 1976– 1978 and gained the status of Staff Officer in 1978.

He graduated from the Armed Forces Academy in 1980.

As Staff Officer, he served as;

  • Intelligence Branch Directorate and Deputy Chief of Staff at the 2nd Infantry Division Command (Adapazarı) between 1978 and 1980;
  • Academic Member at the Turkish Military Academy between 1980 and 1984;
  • Deputy Chief of Staff at General Staff Special Warfare Department Logistics and Operations Branch Directorates between 1984 and 1986.
  • He was promoted to Major on August 30, 1980, to Lieutenant Colonel on August 30, 1984 and to Colonel on August 30, 1987 with outstanding service.
  • He attended Special Development Courses, Basic French Course and Unconventional Warfare Course before the academy.
  • He served in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Civil Defense Organization Presidency between 1986 and 1988,
  • As a Judge, Officer Membership in the 1st and 2nd Chambers of the Supreme Military Administrative Court and Deputy Head of the 1st Division between 1988 and 1990.
  • He was appointed to the 8th Corps Artillery Regiment Command (Malazgirt) in 1990.

He was promoted to Brigadier General on 30 August 1992 and as a General after serving as;

  • 2nd Armored Brigade Commandant (Kartal) for three years between 1992 and 1995,
  • Head of the Land Forces Health Department between 1995 and 1996,
  • He was retired on August 30, 1996 due to lack of staff.

After his retirement;

  • He worked as the General Coordinator of Üsküdar FM Radio voluntarily for a year between 1997-1998.
  • He took part in the Board of Directors of İhlâs Marmara Evleri Mosque Construction and Aid Association on May 30, 2004.
  • He served as the General President of the Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) between November 28, 2004 - November 22, 2009.
  • He served as a Member of the Board of Trustees of Üsküdar University between March 03, 2011 and November 01, 2021.

The new ASDER Administrative staff deemed it appropriate that giving him the title of ASDER Honorary President.

As ASDER Honorary President, he established,

  • SADAT International Defense Consultancy Construction Industry and Trade Incorporated Company, on February 28, 2012, to provide consultancy to the organization and strategic use of the Armed Forces of Muslim Countries, to provide training on special subjects from the end user to the trainer level and to serve in the supply, procurement, maintenance and repair of weapons and vehicles,
  • ASSAM – Association of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center, on May 24, 2013, for services to examine the technical principles of the unification of Islamic Countries and to form the appropriate conditions for laying the foundation of Islamic Union,
  • YUSDER – Association of Yunus International Outdoor Sports and Sea Sports Club on January 19, 2013, for ASDER members to carry out sports activities

He was appointed as the Chief Advisor to the President on August 15, 2016 and as a Member of the Presidential Security and Foreign Policy Committee on October 08, 2018.

He resigned from these positions on January 09, 2020.

He still actively carries out his duties as;

  • ASDER Honorary President,
  • ASSAM Chairman of Board of Directors,
  • YUSDER Chairman of Board of Directors,
  • SADAT Inc. Member of Board of Directors,
  • Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (UNIW) Member of the High Advisory Board,
  • Turkish Voluntary Organizations Foundation (TGTV) Member of the High Advisory Board,
  • International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) Member of the High Advisory Board

He is married and has two children, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He can speak French

www.adnantanriverdi.com