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Among the 193 United Nations member states, 60 (31% of its members) are Muslim states.

1.6 billion people out of the entire world population of 7.145 billion (22.5% of world population) are citizens of Muslim States. The land covered by 60 Islamic States equals to 19 million kilometer squares of the Earth’s surface (12,8% of the world territory), which is 150 million kilometer squares in total.

The Islamic soil-ignoring the borders between the countries- is positioned at the heart of Asian, European, and African continents, known as the World archipelago. It holds the control of Gibraltar, Bab-el-Mendeb, Gallipoli and Istanbul straits as well as the Suez Canal, the gateways to the biggest inland sea Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Black Sea. It has shores on the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Black Sea, and Caspian Sea. It neighbors Asian, European and African continents as well as the European Union, Russia, India, and China – the super powers of the world. Furthermore, it shares sea borders with the United States of America. It holds the opportunity to become a matchless hub of land, air and sea transportation routes. It owns 55.5% of oil reserves and 45.6% of oil production as well as 64.1% of natural gas reserves and 33%1 of natural gas production.

With its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical background, the Islamic soil possesses a potential to become the super power of the world in the future.


The countries that make up the Islamic world, despite their true potential, are face to face with incomparable interventions. The Islamic states engage with the United Nations more than any country, and yet they are all troubled by terror and anarchy. Their resources are governed by foreign powers. Human rights and freedoms are frequently violated. Income distribution is askew in these countries. They are troubled by political, social, and financial instabilities. They expect and are in true need of assistance and support from external powers to solve their internal problems.

The 21st century started with the execution of an “Asymmetric War”, which included the blatant use of insidious, dirty, traitorous, and immoral ways whereby the executers could easily conceal themselves. Today, the Imperialist Global Powers use the ethnic and sectarian differences that exist within Islamic states, and organize them around provocation and through the traitors within their ranks. They train, equip and arm these groups, and provoke them to fight each other. They implant a dirty and insidious ASYMMETRIC THIRD WORLD WAR in the lands of Islam.

The winners of World War II and permanent members of the United Nations Security Council; USA, Britain, France, Russia, and China have shaped the UN to secure their own national interests and their own governance over the world. Therefore, it is beyond negligence to expect the UN to solve the problems in the Islamic world in a fair and just way for the Muslim nations.

It is evident that the Geneva Talks for Syrian peace in fact aim to coerce the parties to accept the new map of Syria, drawn by international actors.

This cruel anarchy beyond comprehension has been dominating Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Somali, and Yemen for years. Islamic world cannot heal these wounds; furthermore, for solution, it depends on the very countries that expressly or secretly contribute to the aggravation of the wound.


60 Islamic States can eliminate the current chaos, obtain the power that they deserve, and install global peace only if they unite under a single will.

There is a pressing need to conduct a scientific study of the history of Islam, the fair governance models of our age, shared practices of different civilizations, judicial systems as well as international principles and practices that secure basic human rights and freedoms in order to define the institutions necessary to unite the Islamic states under a single will, and to write the legislation for the establishment and harmonious working of these institutions.


In a conference held in Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh in December 2015, 37 Islamic states decided to engage in “Strategic Cooperation against Common Threats.” In the meetings that followed, the alliance tried to set a cooperation framework. In early March 2016, a modern military force of 200,000 soldiers, composed of military troops of 22 countries, practiced a three-week drill in the Hafar El-Batin region of Saudi Arabia.

This initiative, which has excited Islamic world and scared the imperialist global powers, should be institutionalized to secure its continuity. This should be the first step for an Islamic unity.


Islamic States should unite their individual interests for those Muslim nations troubled by political, social, economic and military crises, and should not wait for the USA, UN or non-Muslim international institutions to take initiatives in order to investigate the opportunities for joint action.

In order to bring back stability to the Islamic states, which are troubled by crises of both internal and external security -- as well as economic, social and political crises -- the Islamic world urgently needs a new organization free from the United Nations and other power groups.

There is a need for a new power to be formed by the countries which qualify as Muslim States, and which agrees to obey by the rules and to contribute accordingly. Unlike the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, this new power should have operational strength and authority.

Its name could be “Confederation of Islamic States for Crisis Management”.

It should consist of voluntary states that meet the criteria.

States should join and become part of this organization under an agreement.

It should have a parliament, which is composed of representatives of member states, which works fulltime and ensures the decisions that address present objectives are taken and duly implemented. The parliament should serve for realizing the foundational objectives in line with the common will of member states. Where necessary, the parties in the crisis zones, should be able to get representation at the parliament upon application.

A crisis center, which is bound to and which responds to the parliament, should be formed.

Within the crisis center, there should be independent operation centers to manage military, political, judicial, economical and social operations.

Member states should provide the necessary financial support.

There should also be a military force that operates under the control of the crisis center. This military force should be formed with the contributions of member states.

Action center should be defined by the parliament, taking into account the crisis zones and suggestions by member states, and should be open to change when necessary.

council stractureA Proposition for The Confederation of Islamic States for Crisis Management

The Councils of Presidents, Defense Ministers, Foreign Affairs Ministers, and Finance Ministers of member states should meet at regular intervals to direct the actions and respond to the needs of the Confederation Parliament and Rapid Reaction Force Command and Control Center.

The Confederation’s response to the parties of crisis should be constructive, peace-oriented, righteous, fully cognizant of basic human rights and freedoms, unifying, protective of social texture, assistive, yet coercive where necessary.

If the Islamic World had such a Confederation, a just administration could have been installed in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Yemen and Syria before the revolutions took place, before chaos took over, or before Iraq was occupied by US forces.

It is not too late.

The Riyadh conferences and the decisions taken to solve the Syrian Conflict should have continuity.

Not only in Islamic world, but also peace in the world is possible through the establishment of a “Confederation of Islamic States” united under a single will.


The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) should become more active.

Its affiliated institutions should include “Conference of Defense Ministers of Muslim States”. Its committees should include “The Permanent Committee for Defense Alliance” and “The Permanent Committee for Defense Industry Alliance”.

First of all;

A “Confederation of Islamic States” should be formed with a permanent “Islamic States Parliament”, which represents the common will of 60 Islamic States and whose authority, means, power, and structure should be defined by laws and regulations.


While the Confederation of Islamic States works on the procedures and principles related to the legislation, security (internal and external) and common foreign policy, which are the states’ main areas of duty, “Regional Islamic States Parliaments” should be formed, where the common will of ethnically and geographically close Islamic states is represented.

Islamic States can form the following bodies with respect to their geopolitical and racial connections;


  1. Union of Middle Eastern Arabic Muslim Countries; (Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Palestine, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Yemen),
  2. Union of Central Asian Muslim Turkic Countries; (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan),
  3. Union of Near Eastern Muslim Countries; (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Pakistan),
  4. Union of Far Eastern Muslim Countries; (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia),
  5. Union of North African Muslim Countries; (Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia),
  6. Union of African Muslim Countries of Ocean Basin; (Western Sahara, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Guyana, Cameroon, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Surinam),
  7. Union of African Muslim Countries of Red Sea Basin; (Djibouti, Eritrea, Comor Islands, Mozambique, Somali, Sudan),
  8. Union of European Muslim Countries; (Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovar)

These countries should sign nonaggression pacts, and then draw Defense Alliance Pacts.

Member states of regional unions should come together in a federative structure, and regional unions should come together in a confederative structure, aiming at an Islamic Union. All procedures and actions should be designed to attain this objective.


The central administration of “Regional Islamic Confederations” should be empowered and turned into federations, whereby each one of them should be tied to the “Islamic States Union” as a Confederate Union.


The common central will should be represented by the “Parliament of the Confederation of Islamic States”, whereas the common will of regional alliances should be represented by the “Parliaments of the Regional Federations of Islamic States”;

Executive bodies” bound to the parliaments should be formed;

Justice Boards” and “Rapid Reaction Forces” to implement the decisions taken by these Boards should be formed under the control of central and regional executive bodies’;

A common organization should be formed to ensure “Public Security and Internal Security”;

Defense Industry Manufacturing Alliance” should be formed to ensure external security, and a “Defense Alliance” should be organized;

An organization should be set up to determine and implement “common foreign policies

Economic collaboration” should be ensured;

An independent “judicial system” that consists of “Human Rights Courts” and “Criminal Courts” should be formed for the Confederation of Islamic States and Regional Federations of Islamic States.

If we adopt this vision, we can actively prevent all the interventions directed at Muslim nations today.

8 April 2016


Brigadier General (Ret)

Persident of ASSAM

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


Adnan Tanrıverdi08 Kasım 1944 tarihinde Konya'nın Akşehir ilçesinde doğdu. İlkokul, ortaokul ve liseyi Akşehir'de bitirdi. Orta tahsilinden sonra 1962-1963 öğrenim yılında bir yıl ilkokulda vekil öğretmen olarak görev yaptı. 1963-1964 öğrenim yılında bir yıl İstanbul Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Zooloji Bölümünde öğrenim gördü.

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 nasbedildi. Aynı yıl Füsun Hanım ile evlendi.

Sırasıyla; 23ncü Piyade Tugayı 8inci Topçu Taburunda (İstanbul), 10uncu Piyade Tümeni Topçu Alayında (Tatvan), 58inci Topçu Er Eğitim Tugayı Karargah Bölüğü ve 1inci Topçu Taburunda Batarya Komutanlıkları (Burdur) görevlerinde bulundu. 30 Ağustos 1970'de Üsteğmen, 30 Ağustos 1973'de Yüzbaşı rütbesine yükseltildi. Topçu Ve Füze Okulu Kurslar Alayı Yedek Subay taburunda Yedek Subay Bölük Komutanlığı yaptı.

1976-1978 yıllarında Kara Harp Akademisinde öğrenim görerek 1978 yılında Kurmay Subay statüsünü kazandı. 1980 yılında Silahlı Kuvvetler Akademisini bitirdi. Kurmay Sb. olarak; 2nci Piyade Tümen  Komutanlığında  (Adapazarı) İstihbarat Şube Müdürlüğü ve Kurmay Başkan Vekilliği; Kara Harp Akademisi Öğretim Üyeliği; Genelkurmay Özel Harp Daire Başkanlığı Lojistik ve Harekat 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 Tekamül Kursları, Fransızca Temel Kursu ve Gayri nizami Harp Kursu gördü.

1986-1988 yıllarında Kuzey Kıbrıs Türk Cumhuriyeti Sivil savunma Teşkilat Başkanlığı, 1988-1990 yıllarında Askeri Yüksek İdare Mahkemesi 1inci ve 2nci Dairelerinde Subay Üyelik ve 1inci Daire Başkan Vekilliği görevlerinde bulundu.

1990 yılında 8inci Kolordu Topçu Alay Komutanlığı (Malazgirt) görevine atandı. Bu görevde iken 30 Ağustos 1992 tarihinde Tuğgeneralliğe yükseltildi.

1992-1995 yılları arasında üç yıl 2inci 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 (ASDER) nin Genel Başkanlığı görevini üstlenmiştir.

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

ASDER Onursal Başkanı olarak, Müslüman Ülke Silahlı kuvvetlerinin organizasyonu ve stratejik kullanımına danışmanlık, son kullanıcıdan eğitici seviyesi 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 28 Şubat 2012 tarihinde; İslam Ülkelerinin bir irade etrafında birleşmesinin teknik esaslarını inceleme ve İslam birliği temelinin atılması için uygun koşulları oluşturma hizmetleri için "Adaleti Savunanlar Stratejik Araştırmalar Merkezi Derneğini" (ASSAM) 24 Mayıs 2013 tarihinde; SADAT A.Ş. bünyesinde hizmet verecek emekli askeri personelin kondisyonlarını muhafaza etme ve geliştirme hizmetlerinin yürütülmesi için "Yunus Uluslararası Doğa Sporları Derneği ve Deniz Sporları Kulübünü" (YUSDER) 19 Ocak 2013 tarihinde kurmuştur.

Ağustos 2016-Mart 2020 tarihlerinde Cumhurbaşkanlığı Başdanışmanlığı görevinde bulunmuştur.

Halen; ASDER Onursal Başkanlığı ile ASSAM Adaleti Savunanlar Stratejik Araştırmalar Merkezi ve YUSDER Yönetim Kurulu Başkanlıklarını aktif olarak yürütmektedir.

Evli ve iki çocuk babası olup Fransızca bilir.



  من هو العميد المتقاعد عدنان تانريفردي؟

ولد في 08 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 1944 في منطقة أقشهير بولاية قونية. أتم دراسته الابتدائية والإعدادية والثانوية في أقشهير. 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.

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

خدم في لواء المشاة الثالث والعشرين كتيبة المدفعية الثامنة (إسطنبول)، وفي فوج المدفعية لفرقة المشاة العاشرة في (تطوان)، وفي سرية قيادة لواء التدريب الخاص بالمدفعية الثامنة والخمسين وكتيبة المدفعية الأولى كتيبة البطارية في (بوردور). 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 كتيبة 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. بصفته ضابط أركان، شغل منصب رئيس فرع المخابرات ونائب رئيس أركان فرقة المشاة الثانية في (أدا بازاري)، وكعضو هيئة التدريس في الأكاديمية العسكرية البرية، وفي فرع الخدمات اللوجستية والعمليات في قسم الحرب الخاصة في هيئة الأركان العامة، وكنائب رئيس هيئة الأركان العامة.

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 رئيس منظمة الدفاع المدني في جمهورية قبرص التركية الشمالية في الأعوام 1986-1988، وكعضو ضابط في الغرف الأولى والثانية للمحكمة الإدارية العسكرية العليا، ونائب رئيس الشعبة الأولى في الأعوام 1988-1990.

في عام 1990، تم تعيينه في قيادة فوج مدفعية الفيلق الثامن في (مالاذكرد). وأثناء وجوده في هذا المنصب رقي إلى رتبة عميد في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1992.

وبعد أن شغل منصب قائد اللواء الثاني المدرع في منطقة (كارتال) لمدة ثلاث سنوات بين 1992-1995 ورئيساً لقسم صحة القوات البرية بين 1995-1996، تقاعد في 30 أغسطس/ آب 1996.

بعد تقاعده، شغل منصب المنسق العام لإذاعة Üsküdar FM 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 (ASDER) بين 28 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 2004 و22 نوفمبر/ تشرين الثاني 2009.

اعتبرت إدارة ASDER الجديدة أنه من المناسب منحه لقب الرئيس الفخري لـ ASDER.

وكالرئيس الفخري لـ (ASDER): أنشأ شركة صادات للاستشارات الدفاعية الدولية والإنشاءات والتجارة والصناعة المساهمة وذلك لتقديم خدمات الصيانة والإصلاح وتأمين المعدات والأسلحة والتدريب بشكل خاص، والتدريب من مستوى الجندي الى مستويات المدربين، وتنظيم القوات المسلحة للدول المسلمة و تقديم الاستشارات في الاستخدام الاستراتيجي لها بتاريخ 28 فبراير/ شباط 2012. وللقيام بالدراسات اللازمة وخلق الظروف المواتية لإرساء أسس الاتحاد بين الدول الإسلامية بإرادة موحدة والقيام بالخطوات المطلوبة أنشأ " جمعية مركز المدافعين عن العدالة للدراسات الاستراتيجية أصّام" بتاريخ 24 مارس/ آذار 2013، وللحفاظ على حالة العسكريين المتقاعدين الذين سيعملون ضمن شركة صادات الدفاعية ولتطوير قدراتهم، أسس "جمعية يونس الدولي للرياضات الطبيعية والرياضات المائية" (YUSDER) في 19 يناير/ كانون الثاني 2013.

شغل منصب كبير مستشاري الرئيس التركي في الفترة ما بين أغسطس/ آب 2016 ومارس/ آذار 2020.

يشغل حاليا، الرئيس الفخري لـ ASDER ورئيس مجلس إدارة مركز أصّام للمدافعين عن العدالة للدراسات الاستراتيجية وجمعية YUSDER للرياضات الطبيعية والمائية.

متزوج وله ولدان ويتحدث الفرنسية.   



 Who is Retired Brigadier General Adnan Tanrıverdi?

He was born on 08 November 1944 in Akşehir district of Konya. He finished primary, secondary and high school in Akşehir. After his secondary education, he worked as a substitute teacher in primary school 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.

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

He served respectively in 23rd Infantry Brigade 8th Artillery Battalion (Istanbul), the 10th Infantry Division Artillery Regiment (Tatvan), the 58th Private Artillery Training Brigade Headquarters Company and the 1st Artillery Battalion Battery Commands (Burdur). On 30 August 1970, he was promoted to First Lieutenant, on 30 August 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.

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 in Intelligence Branch Directorate and Deputy Chief of Staff in the 2nd Infantry Division Command (Adapazarı); Military Academy Faculty Member; Deputy Chief of Staff at the General Staff Special Warfare Department, Logistics and Operations Branch Directorates.

He was promoted to Major on 30 August 1980, to Lieutenant Colonel on 30 August 1984 and to Colonel on 30 August 1987 with outstanding service.

He attended Special Development Courses, Basic French Course and Unconventional Warfare Course before the academy.

He served as the Head of the Civil Defense Organization of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus between 1986-1988 and as an Officer Member and Deputy Head of the 1st Division in the 1st and 2nd Departments of the Supreme Military Administrative Court between 1988-1990.

In 1990, he was appointed to the 8th Corps Artillery Regiment Command (Malazgirt). While he was in this post, he was promoted to Brigadier General on 30 August 1992.

After serving in the 2nd Armored Brigade Command (Kartal) for three years between 1992-1995 and as the Head of the Land Forces Surgeon General Office between 1995-1996, he was transferred to retirement on August 30, 1996.

After his retirement, he worked as the General Coordinator of Üsküdar FM Radio as an honorary for a year between 1997-1998. He took part in the Board of Directors of İhlâs Marmara Evleri Mosque Construction and Aid Association on 30 May 2004. Between 28 November 2004 - 22 November 2009, he was the President of the Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER).

As Honorary President of ASDER, Consultancy on the Organization and strategic use of the Armed Forces of the Muslim Countries, from the end-user level to the educator level, He established SADAT International Defense Consulting Construction Industry and Trade Inc. on February 28, 2012 to provide training and warfare, supply, maintenance and repair services of weapons and vehicles. He established the "Justice Defenders Strategic Research Center Association" (ASSAM) on May 24, 2013, for the services of examining the technical principles of the unification of Islamic countries around a will and creating the appropriate conditions for the foundation of Islamic Union. He established "Yunus International Outdoor Sports Association and Sea Sports Club" (YUSDER) on 19 January 2013 in order to maintain and improve the conditions of retired military personnel, YUSDER serves within the body of SADAT Inc.

He served as the Presidency Chief Advisor between August 2016 and March 2020.

Currently; he serve as Honorary President of ASDER and actively President of Board of Directors of ASSAM, SADAT Inc. and YUSDER.

He is married and has two children. He can speak French.
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