Şükrü ÇETİN

Şükrü ÇETİN

Beşinci Uluslararası ASSAM İslam Birliği Kongresi Takvimi

 

  1. Abstract submission deadline : 30 July 2021
  2. Announcement of accepted papers : 30 August 2021
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts : 30 September 2021
  4. CONGRESS DATE : 18-19 December 2021

 

 

Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union

DECLARATION OF THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE ISLAMIC UNION OF ASSAM

GENERAL

The aim of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress is to make determinations on the academic and political grounds related to current problems in Global politics especially in the geography of Islamic Countries and to provide means to the decision makers about institutions required to gather Islamic countries under a common will and the necessary legislation for these institutions.

The first of the International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses was held with representatives of NGOs from 27 Islamic Countries and it was decided to ensure continuity as a result of consultation.

The main topics of the series of "International ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses", which were first implemented in 2017, second implemented in 2018 and third implemented in 2019 by taking the main fields of activity of the states into consideration, and planned to be carried out every year, are as follows;

  1. Establishment of the Legislation of the Administrative Structure and Organs for the Islamic Union (2017 - Done)
  2. Establishment of Economic Cooperation Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2018 - Done)
  3. Establishment of Defense Industry Cooperation Procedures and Principles for Islamic Union (2019-Done)
  4. Establishment of Joint Defense System Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2020-Done)
  5. Establishment of Joint Foreign Policy Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2021)
  6. Establishment of the Principles and Procedures of the Common Judicial System for the Islamic Union (2022)
  7. Establishment of Common Public Order and Security Procedures and Principles for the Islamic Union (2023)

topics above were selected to offer the required institutions and their legislations of these institutions which serve Islamic countries gathering under a common will and finding a common model finally.

The First Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER) and the Islamic World NGOs Association (IDSB) on 23-24 November 2017.

The First International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations and academicians from 27 Islamic Countries. At the Congress,

summaries and notifications presented by 31 academicians from 11 countries were published on the ASSAM website.[i]

As a result of the Congress, it was concluded that “the Parliament of Islamic Countries” should be established and each Islamic country should create the “Ministry of Islamic Union” through their Council of Ministers, the “Declaration of the Confederation of Islamic Countries” was approved by ASSAM's Board of Directors and was also approved by 109 NGO officers from 29 Islamic countries, 80 of which was from Turkey, and was announced to the world public opinion through the press.[ii]

Furthermore, a model constitution was drafted for the Confederation of Islamic Countries, taking into account the provisions highlighted in the declaration.[iii]

The Second Congress was held in Istanbul, the center of ASSAM, in cooperation with Üsküdar University, The Association of Justice Defenders (ASDER), the Islamic World NGO Association (IDSB) and the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) on November 01-02, 2018.

The Second International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGOs organizations from 29 Islamic Countries and academicians, and 58 notifications presented by 66 academicians from 15 countries were published. Also, all notifications were published electronically in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) and in ASSAM's website.

According to notifications presented in second Congress and results reports of the Congress, the Declaration, which includes the First Conference Declaration, was prepared and presented to decision makers, all invited guests and participants from all over the Muslim world and to the World Public Opinion. Also, it was published on ASSAM's website.[iv]

The Third International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress was attended by representatives of NGO’s organizations from 45 Islamic Countries and academicians 58 notifications presented by 57 academicians from 10 countries. Congress conclusion declaration ([v])  and declarations abstracts ([vi]are published in ASSAM's website.

4th International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress is held on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Defense System for the Islamic Union with the main theme of "ASRICA Confederation Defense System” through video-conference method within the scope of pandemic measures on 12 December 2020 with the participation of Üsküdar University (ÜÜ), Kütahya Dumlupınar University (KDU), Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) in Istanbul.

28 academicians from 15 Islamic Countries presented 27 declarations in the Fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress. The Congress Declaration [vii] and Declarations Abstracts ([viii]) and the Declaration Full Text Book ([ix]), including the first, second and third congress declarations, have been published on our ASSAM Congress WEB site.

5th International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress will be held on 18-19 December 2021 by video-conference method in Istanbul with the participation of Üsküdar University (ÜÜ), Kütahya Dumlupınar University (KDU), Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) and Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) and Pakistan Centre for Aerospace and Security Studies (CASS), on Determination of Principles and Procedures of Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union will be carried out with the main theme of "ASRICA Confederation (Joint) Foreign Policy Strategy".

The following congresses are planned to be held in different countries in cooperation with NGOs of Islamic Countries under the auspices and coordination of ASSAM.

The language of the congress will be in Turkish, English and Arabic. There will be a simultaneous translation in the presentation of the notifications. Summaries and notifications will be converted into books and published on ASSAM web site, and the summaries will also be published in ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD) electronically. The final reports of the congress, which will be prepared for execution, will be sent to decision making mechanisms and to all guests and participants from all over the Islamic world, and will be published on the ASSAM website.

 

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

The Islamic geography of 61 countries, having 61 of 193 member states of the United Nations Organization (31% of the member states), 1.894 billion of the world's population of 7,8 billion (24.1% of the world's population), 30,848 million km2 of the world’s land of 150 million km2 (20.6% of the world's land) has the following with the block they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  1. Located in the center of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the World Island;
  2. Controls the Strait of Gibraltar which is considered as the entrance gates of the Mediterranean, the biggest inland sea of the World, Red Sea and Black Sea as well as Bab-El-Mandeb, Çanakkale and Istanbul Straits and the Suez Canal,
  3. Has coasts to Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Caspian Sea,
  4. Land and sea border neighbor to Asia, Europe and Africa continents, superpowers of the world such as European Union, Russia, India, Russia and sea border neighbor to the United States of America.
  5. Has the opportunity to become an unrivalled center of world land, air and sea transportation routes,
  6. Owns 55.5% of world petroleum reserves and 46.5% of its production, 64.1% of natural gas reserves, and 34% of its production;
  7. In the future, it will have the ability to be superpower in the world by combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical build up with its opportunities, efforts and goals.

 

GLOBAL ATTACKS ON THE ISLAMIC WORLD

The Islamic world, in its geography where it should be sovereign, has been turned to the area of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric Third World War. Where the elements of ethnic and sectarian differences within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are made fought with one another.

Armed terrorist organizations: The Taliban and al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Anti Balaka in Middle Africa, Revolutionary People's Liberation Front (DHKP-C) and Communist /Marxist /Leninist Party of Turkey, PKK, PYD, FETÖ/PDY in Turkey, Al-Nusra Front, DAESH and HTS in Syria, which have drowned Turkey and Islamic geography in blood, tears and turned to debris, operate under the control and support of global powers.

Despite of the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into enormous chaos and disorders through the interference of the imperialist Western states. As a result of this turmoil, the Islamic geography is suffering from a case of destruction and famine. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes and homelands or left to die. Thousands of Muslims die in different ways on the way of migration, while those who succeed in migration are forced to live in poverty and misery.

According to the data provided from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2021, only 6,6 million Syrian citizens have emigrated.[x] This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees have migrated to Turkey (3.645.140), Iraq (242.163), Jordan (662.790), Egypt (130.577), Lebanon (865.531) and other places in North Africa (31.657). Regardless of these figures, there are intensive attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lost their lives at the Mediterranean Sea. Despite these negativities, the total number of the registered refugees who were transferred to Europe from April 2011 to January 2021 was 1.022.142 refugees.[xi]

The Third World War continues as an undeclared war (Hybrid Warfare) against the Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims who were left without authority, tried to maintain their existence by establishing small states but they lost their unity and togetherness, so they became easy prey for the global powers. The United States, the European Union, France, Russia and China aim to establish their authority in Islamic countries in order to take over the Islamic geography by conducting proxy wars

with the terrorist organizations they control and the asymmetric methods of war they practice.

 

THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

Our Congress will be held in Istanbul on 18-19 December 2021.

topics related to the “Determination of Principles and Procedures of the Joint Foreign Policy for the Islamic Union” will be examined under the title of “ASRICA Confederation Foreign Policy Strategy”.

The declarations presented by academicians, who will participate in the Fifth International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, will be included under the following headings:

 

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

  1. Assessment of Geopolitical Status of ASRİKA Islamic Countries
  2. Effects of Globalization and Its Effects on Societies
  3. Objectives of Global Powers on Islamic Countries and Their Foreign Policy Strategies
    1. Islamophobia
    2. East Turkestan Issue and The Policies to Follow
    3. Kashmir Issue and The Policies to Follow
    4. Afghanistan Issue and The Policies to Follow
    5. Palestine Issue and The Policies to Follow
    6. Lebanon Issue and The Policies to Follow
    7. Yemen Issue and The Policies to Follow
    8. Iraq Issue and The Policies to Follow
    9. Syria Issue and The Policies to Follow
    10. Libya Issue and The Policies to Follow
    11. Sudan-Ethiopia Issue and The Policies to Follow
    12. Trnc and Eastern Mediterranean Issue and The Policies to Follow
    13. Policies of Global Powers on African Muslim Countries
  4. Problems Between Islamic Countries
    1. Uae-Yemen
    2. Saudi Arabia-Yemen
    3. Iran-Yemen
    4. Egypt-Libya
    5. Qatar-Gulf Countries
    6. Algeria-Morocco-Western Sahara Issue and Policies to Follow
  5. Institutions That Can Solve The International Problems of Islamic Countries, and Their Efficiencies and Competencies
    1. Organization of Islamic Cooperation
    2. Arab League
    3. African Union
    4. Turkic Council
  6. Formation Principles and Procedures of Institutions Needed to Be Applied in The Solution of Common and Individual Problems of Islamic Countries
  7. Designed Foreign Policy Principles and Procedures of Asrica Islamic Countries Confederation

 

PROGRAMME OF FIFTH INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Abstract submission deadline             : 30 July 2021
  2. Announcement of accepted papers    : 30 August 2021
  3. Deadline for submission of full texts  : 30 September 2021
  4. CONGRESS DATE                                 : 18-19 December 2021

 

APPENDIXES:

APPENDIX- A: IV. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS DECLARATION-12.12. 2020

[i] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/the-islamic-union-congress-abstract-book.html

[ii] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

[iii] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

[iv] https://www.assamcongress.com/congresses/2018-congress/congress-18-declaration.html

[v] https://assamcongress.com/tr/kongre/assam-kongre-2019/kongre-19-deklarasyonu.html

[vi] https://assamcongress.com/tr/kongre/assam-kongre-2019/islam-birligi-kongresi-ozet-kitapcigi-19.html

[vii] https://assamcongress.com/tr/kongre/assam-kongre-2020/kongre-bildirgesi.html

[viii] https://assamcongress.com/tr/kongre/assam-kongre-2020/islam-birligi-kongresi-ozet-kitapcigi-20.html

[ix]https://www.assam.org.tr/images/haberler/Book_of_abstracts%20_of_papers_of_the_4th_International_Congress_of_the_Islamic_Union_of_ASSAM-dönüştürüldü%20%281%29.pdf?_t=1612248800

[x] https://www.easo.europa.eu/sites/default/files/EASO-Asylum-Report-2020-Executive-Summary-TR.pdf

[xi] https://data2.unhcr.org/en/situations/syria

 

Mehmet Emin KOCAK 4th Congress Presentation

At the 4th ASSAM International Islamic Union Congress "Defense System of the ASRICA Confederation", Mehmet Emin KOCAK made a presentation called "Special Forces Standard and Cooperation Between Islamic States for The Islamic Union".

IV. International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress Declaration

IV. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS DECLARATION

(12 December 2020)

  1. AIM (APPENDIX-A)

ASSAM”, the Association of Justice Defenders Strategic Studies Center, which understands that the prosperity of Muslim nations, the security and survival of the states they have established, the establishment and execution of peace in the world, the dominance of justice and the collection of Islamic countries that accept the geography of ASIA-AFRICA, that is, "ASRICA" the axis, under the will of the Islamic world to re-emerge on the historical stage as a superpower, can be achieved by the union of Islamic countries, to achieve this aims;

  • For the determination and coordination of the procedures and principles of the Islamic Union urgently, the establishment of a “MINISTRY OF THE ISLAMIC UNION” in the Cabinet of each Islamic country and the establishment of a “PARLIAMENT OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES”, in which representatives in proportion to the populations of Islamic countries will be constantly active.
  • For the implementation of THE SYSTEM OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES BASED ON THE ISLAMIC ECONOMY, which will allow the Islamic world to achieve the economic power it deserves,
  • Ensuring JOINT DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION, which will allow it to get rid of dependence on war weapons, vehicles and equipment;
  • Organizing a COMMON DEFENSE SYSTEM against common external threats;
  • Execution of INTERNAL SECURITY and FOREIGN POLICY from a center,
  • Building a COMMON JUSTICE SYSTEM for the establishment of justice in the world and in Islamic geography

Continue to work to identify legislation that will allow them.

 

APPENDIX -A

  1. GENERAL

61 of the 193 United Nations Member States (31% of the number of members) are Muslim countries.

There are 1,894 billion of Muslim states population which is %24 of 7.8 billion people of world population while 30,848 million km2 (20.6% of the world's Land) of 150 million km2 of world land constitute the territory of 61 Islamic countries. The Islamic world, which has 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 65% of its production, 64.1% of its natural gas reserves, 40% of its production, has a geopolitical value that combines its geopolitical position, common civilizational values and historical accumulation, as well as opportunities, efforts and goals to become the superpower of the future in the geography of ASRICA. (APPENDIX-A)

According to 2020 data, the United States takes the first place in annual World defense spending, which is 2 trillion 175 billion dollars, with 750 billion dollars, while 61 Islamic countries take the second place with 244,286 billion dollarsFrom the back of the Islamic world, third is China with 237 billion dollars, fourth is Saudi Arabia with 67.6 billion dollars, fifth is India with 61 billion dollars, sixth is Britain with 55.1 billion dollars, sixth is Germany with 50 billion dollars, seventh is Japan with 49 billion dollars, ninth is Russia with 48 billion dollars, tententh is South Korea with 44 billion dollars, France with 41.5 billion dollars is eleventh, Brazil and Italy with 27.8 billion dollars are twelfth, Australia with 26 billion dollars is thirteenth, Israel with 20 billion dollars is fourteenth, Iran with 19.6 billion dollars is fifteenth, and Turkey with 19 billion dollars is sixteenth place. The Islamic world, ranks first in the world with 8,868,550 soldiers, 29,934 tanks, 99,726 armored vehicles, 16,789 cannons and 2,638 warships, while it ranks second in the world after the United States with 10,494 fighter jets and 4,030 helicopters.

Given the defense budget of the Islamic world, the number of military weapons, tools and equipment, it has the potential to be in the top three among the world's superpowers.

  1. PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE UNION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES (APPENDIX-B)

Without changing the national borders and structure of the 61 Islamic States at the axis of ASRICA (28 in Asia, 27 in Africa, 4 in Europe, 2 in South America), NINE REGIONAL FEDERATIONS according to their ethnic and geographical proximity and a CONFEDERAL structure formed by these regional Islamic federations are considered possible to create an ISLAMIC UNION by gathering under a common will

For the formation of an Islamic Union;

  • Islamic Aqidah should be the basic basis of the central will to be formed.
  • In order to serve for the establishment of an Islamic Union, it should be recognized that the creation of “Ministries of the Islamic Union”is necessary in the councils of Ministers of countries willing to establish an Islamic Union.
  • It is necessary to believe that the first step of the Islamic Union is the formation of the “Parliament of Islamic Countries”.
  • THE UNION OF ISLAMIC STATES OF ASRICA should be formed by the common will of one STATE from each of the nine geographical regions envisioned to be made into a Federal structure.
  • The acceptance of new states that will request to join the Islamic Union must be decided by an absolute majority of the Parliament of Islamic countries.
  • Muslim states should be able to decide by 2/3 majority of their parliaments or by absolute majority in referendums to join the”Union of Islamic Countries".
  • Name, form of government, status and form of election of the president of the union, official language, Flag, Capital; Legislative, Executive and judicial authority; establishment of Legislative, Executive and judicial bodies of the Union; electoral procedures and principles of members of Parliament, Budget and procedures and principles of meeting by Member States; formation of regional structures, powers and responsibilities, issues related to the powers and responsibilities of Member States of the Islamic Union to be established should be implemented by the decisions of the “Parliament of Islamic Countries” in accordance with the Member States.

 

APPENDIX -B

  1. AREAS OF ACTIVITY OF THE UNION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES TO BE CARRIED OUT FROM THE CENTER (APPENDIX-D)

ASSAM;

The Confederation of Islamic States of ASRICA consists of five main areas of activity, (Justice, Defense, Defense Industry, Interior, Foreign Affairs)

From six areas of activity of the Federations of Regional Islamic States, (Customs and Trade, Transport and Maritime, Economics, Science, Industry and Technology, Development, Culture and Tourism)

National states also have ten areas of activity (Education, Finance, Energy and Natural Resources, Health, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Youth and Sports, Forestry and Water Works, Labor and Social Security, Social Policies, Environmental Urbanism)

Envisages that an Islamic Union can be established in such a way as to be responsible

APPENDIX -D

  1. ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

ASSAM considers belowmentioned necessary;

To enable Islamic countries to achieve prosperity above world standards and gain their economic independence; to establish an Islamic economic system as a second step towards the Islamic Union, which uses the technology of the age, promotes production, is based on the exchange of goods and services, is interest-free, protects labor-capital-consumer, provides fair income distribution, is not affected by the fraudulent guidance of global powers, has an autonomous monetary circulation system;

  • Establishment of customs union between Islamic countries,
  • Establishing a common market between Islamic countries,
  • Acceptance of monetary union among Islamic countries,
  • Establishment of trade zones between union members,
  • The zakat institution has an institutional identity under the control of the states and its evaluation by collecting it as a common fund,
  • Establishment of Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Courts, foundations affiliated to the union, establishment of Islamic electronic currency (ASRICA Dinar) ,
  • In line with the goals of the Union, the creation of a common market, a common production and R & D incentive fund in the state budget of each Islamic country,
  • Establishment of cooperative systems between Islamic countries in the mining, energy, agriculture, transport and telecommunications and food sectors of Islamic countries and informing and supporting financial institutions operating under the slogan of Islamic banking,
  • Establishment of a joint financial institution and SWIFT system operating according to Islamic rules,
  • Dissemination and development of “Barter Trade, Participation Banking, Hand Unity System and Foundations” among Islamic countries,
  • Economic and trade cooperation and trade liberalization, financial cooperation among intersectoral collaboration and the increase in direct investment and free market institutions to increase efforts to reduce poverty,
  1. ENVISIONING JOINT DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES ASRIKA

In the Cabinet of the Confederation of Islamic states of ASRICA, it is appropriate that the Ministry of defense industry should be one of the five ministries to carry out the activities of identifying, manufacturing, storing, distributing, maintaining and repairing, renovating, modernizing and removing from inventory the needs of Defense Industry Products. (APPENDIX-E)

APPENDIX -E

 

Affiliated to THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE INDUSTRY within the Confederation of Islamic states of ASRICA, “DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRESIDENCIES” should be established in the Federations of nine regional Islamic countries, and “DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRESIDENCIES” should be established within the National states affiliated to each “Federation of Regional Islamic States” depending on these presidencies.

By THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE INDUSTRY of the Confederation of Islamic States of ASRIKA; Land, Sea, Air, Air Defense, Space, Cyber And Electronic Defense Industry products related to the production of the MAİN CONTRACTORS should be allocated to the “Federations of Regional Islamic States”, SUB-CONTRACTORS should also be divided by the “Federations of Regional Islamic States” into their affiliated National States (Related to the allocated Defense Industry Products).

Inventories of defense industrial production facilities and heavy industrial production systems should be issued by Regional Federations and National States’ defense industry presidencies.

Defense Industrial Production in the Regions of the Main and Subcontractors, R & D, STANDARDIZATION, CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION, CODIFICATION and MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR centers related to the Defense Industrial Production that it produces should be established.

ASRICA Joint Defense Industrial Production Support Fund, Joint Space Technology Center and Particle Acceleration Center should be established within the scope of scientific research and discount quotas should be applied on the basis of customs union in the use of energy and raw materials required in defense industrial production.

The main branches of science should be established in vocational high schools and universities related to Defense Industrial Products allocated to Regional Islamic Federations and National States that are assigned the role of the main and sub-contractor of the defense industry.

Defense industry product inventory, identification of needs, storage and distribution, as well as renovation, modernization, separation into HEK-MAL (scrap – debris - outdated material), recovery and conversion activities should be managed centrally by the Ministry of Defense Industry.

  1. ASRIKA ISLAMIC STATES UNION DEFENSE ORGANIZATION (APPENDIX-F)

 

APPENDIX -F

According to the ASSAM envisioning, DEFENCE is one of the five areas of activity to be carried out by the Confederation from the Centre.

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE;

The Chief of Staff, located in the center of the Confederation, is envisioned to consist of “JOINT OPERATIONS COMMANDS” at the Army Level, stationed at the center of each of the nine Regional Federations with Land, Sea, Air, Air Defense and Missile, Cyber and Electronic Security Commands.

Article 117 of the Constitution of the Islamic Confederation, which is in draft form; Under the Chairmanship of the President of the Confederal Republic, the creation of the “SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE CONFEDERAL REPUBLIC” is envisioned, attended by the Vice Presidents of the Confederal Republic, the Presidents of The Regional Federal Republic, the Ministers of Justice, National Defense, Interior, Foreign Affairs, the Chief of Staff, The Commanders of The Land, Sea, Air and Joint Forces.

Given operational control of JOINT OPERATIONS COMMANDS and deployed in the Centers of national States; (APPENDIX-G, APPENDIX -H)

 

APPENDIX -G

APPENDIX -H

 

a. a. AS A COMBAT SUPPORT ELEMENT

  1. 36 Corps Command In Land Forces,
  2. In the Navy: Three Navies, Three Squadrons and Three Straits Commands,
  3. In the Air Force; Nine Strategic, Nine Tactical Air Force Commands and Nine Missile Commands,
  4. In the Air Defense Command; Nine Radar Base Commands and Nine Air and Missile Defense Commands,
  5. In the Cyber and Electronic Security Command; Nine Cyber Security and Nine Electronic Warfare Commands,

Envisioned the establishment of them.

b. AS A COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT ELEMENT;

  1. Nine Logistics Support Commands for each of the land, Sea, Air, Air and Missile Defense and Cyber and Electronic Force Commands,
  2. Nine Training Commands for each of The Force Commands other than the Navy and Four Training Commands for the Navy,
  3. Nine Bases and Ports Command in the Navy Command, Nine Bases and Air Base Command in the Air Force Command,

Envisioned the establishment of them.

 c. FORCES, INSTITUTIONS AND TROOPS ASSOCIATED WITH THE JOINT OPERATIONS COMMAND IN FEDERAL AREAS

Combat, Combat Support, Combat Service Support Commands and affiliates in each regional federation geography should be assigned to the operational control of The Regional Islamic Federations Joint Operations Commands. (APPENDIX-I)

In subsequent years, in order to present the Islamic world with an appropriate model of legislation related to the “Union of Islamic States of ASRIKA” :

  • Joint Foreign Policy,
  • Common Justice System,
  • Common Internal Security System

WITH THE MAIN THEME these INTERNATIONAL ASSAM CONGRESSES are planned and implemented.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ASSAM

 

Adnan TANRIVERDİ                    Mehmet ZELKA                 Gürcan ONAT

 

Ali COŞAR                                       Ersan ERGÜR                      Reşat FİDAN

 

A.K. Melih TANRIVERDİ            Sabri BALAMAN               M. Emin KOÇAK

 

 

APPENDIXES:

APPENDIX-A: ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION GEOGRAPHY MAP

APPENDIX-B: REGIONAL FEDERAL STATES AFFILIATED TO ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION MAP

APPENDIX-C: ASRICA MUSLIM STATES CONFEDERATION ORGANIZATION

APPENDIX-D: CONFEDERATION-FEDERATIONS AND AREAS OF ACTIVITY OF NATIONAL STATES

APPENDIX-E: ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION DEFENSE INDUSTRY ORGANIZATION

APPENDIX-F: ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION MINISTRY OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

APPENDIX-G: ASRICA ISLAMIC UNION CONFEDERATION DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

APPENDIX-H: FORCES AFFILIATED TO THE JOINT OPERATIONS COMMANDS IN FEDERAL DISTRICTS

APPENDIX-I: FEDERAL DISTRICTS JOINT OPERATION COMMANDS AFFLIATED TO ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES CONFEDERATION

ASRICA Union of Islamic States Defense Organization Presentation

ASRICA Union of Islamic States

Defense Organization

(Conceived Model)

(12 DECEMBER 2020)


Adnan Tanrıverdi

Retired Brigadier General

ASSAM President of Board of Directors

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GREETING: (SLIDE-1) (Click Here to see ASRICA Union of Islamic States Defense Organization Presentation)

In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

Elhamdülillahi Rabbil Âlemin vel akıbet-ül müttekiym. Vesselatü vesselamü alâ seyyidina ve nebiyyina Muhammedin ve âlihi ve sahbihi ecmain.

 

Assalamualaikum

I greet my dear Professors who enlightened our congress with their presentations, my professors who undertook the management of the congress, our technical crew that constituted the technical infrastructure of our congress, and our guests who attend our congress as participant.

 

(SLIDE-2) As can be seen in the slide, titled as Conceived “ASRICA Islamic States Defense Organization”;

 

PRESENTATION PLAN

  • AIM OF INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS
  • THE SITUATION OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY
  • MILITARY FORCES OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES
  • THE CONCEIVED DEFENSE ORGANIZATION FOR ASRICA UNION OF THE ISLAMIC STATES
    • CONCEIVED CONFEDERATION MINISTRY OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION
    • CONCEIVED JOINT OPERATIONS COMMANDS AND THE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION IN NATIONAL STATES

I will do my presentation under six titles.

 

(SLIDE-3) Conceived ASRICA Islamic States Defense Organization, Declarations [[1]] [[2]] [[3]] published as a result of three ASSAM Islamic Union Congresses and the provisions in the ASSAM Confederation of Islamic Countries Constitution (Model) [[4]] draft were taken as basis.

(SLIDE-4) AIM OF INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESSES:

To present a MODEL to the ISLAMIC WORLD by determining the NECESSARY INSTITUTIONS for Islamic Countries to gather under a common will and the appropriate LEGISLATION to which these institutions will be subjected to.

 

THE SITUATION OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY:

(SLIDE-5) Despite the real potential of the states that form the Islamic World; Today , they are the countries whose territory is most interfered with, which engage the United Nations the most, where terrorism and anarchy are not lacking in their territory, whose resources are managed by foreign powers, where human rights and freedoms are violated, where income distribution is corrupt, where political, social and economic instability prevails, and who demand and need the help and support of external power centers to solve their internal problems.

(SLIDE-6) In the geography in which they should dominate, it has become the site of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric Third World War, in which elements of ethnic and sectarian differences within unitary state structures are fought with each other. (SLIDE-7)

(SLIDE-8) It is possible for 61 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-9) ASSAM'S VISION IN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES PROCESS

For the Islamic Countries to gather under a common will; (SLIDE-10)

(SLIDE-11) First;

The “Confederation of Islamic Countries” should be established by permanently forming the “Parliament of Islamic Countries”, where the Common will of 60 Islamic countries whose authority, facilities, power, structure are specified by the Constitution, laws and statutes, is represented.

 

(SLIDE-12) Then;

As the Confederation of Islamic countries continues to work on determining the procedures, basis and principles of justice, interior affairs, foreign policy and Defense, which are the main areas of duty of states,

“Parliaments of Regional Islamic Countries” should be established, where the common will of ethnically and geographically close Islamic States is represented. (Islamic countries can be grouped into nine separate geographies. Middle East / 12 States, Central Asia / 8 States, Near East / 4 States, South East Asia / 3 States, North Africa / 6 States, East Africa/6 States, North West Africa/10 States, South West Africa / 8 States, Europe / 4 States, Muslim States) [[5]]

 

(SLIDE-13) After then;

“Regional Islamic Confederations” should be transformed into Federations by strengthening the central administrations and each of them should be connected to the “Union of Islamic Countries” as a Confederate Union.

 

(SLIDE-14) Finally

The central joint will must be represented in the "Parliament of the Confederation of Islamic Countries" and the common wills of the regional organizations in the "Regional Federation Parliaments of the Islamic Countries";

“Executive branches” 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-15)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;

Formation of an independent "judicial system” consisting of “Human Rights” and "Criminal Courts" for the Confederation of Islamic countries and for the Federations of regional Islamic countries;

By providing them, the “ASRICA Union of Islamic States, Confederate Republic” [[6]] will be realized.

 

Consequently ASSAM; (SLIDE-16-17)

Nine REGIONAL FEDERATIONS and a CONFEDERATE structure formed by these regional Islamic Federations without changing the national borders and structure of 61 Islamic Countries 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-18) According to this thought, the Organizational Chart of the ASRICA Union of Islamic States is presented in slide.

The Confederation Center has a Parliament consisting of representatives of 61 Islamic Countries and a Cabinet consisting of the President and six Ministers.

From Nine Federal Regions affiliated with Confederation;

IT HAS BEEN THOUGHT TO CONSIST OF First Regional Federation of Islamic Countries; 12 States,

The second is 8 States,

The third, fourth and ninth 4 States,

The fifth and Sixth 6 States,

The seventh; 9 States,

The eighth; 8 States.

 

MILITARY FORCES OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES;

(SLIDE-19) According to 2019 data, the annual world defense expenditure is one TRILLION 770 BILLION dollars.

716 BILLION DOLLARS of Total Expenditure is from USA, 224 BILLION DOLLAR from China, 191 BILLION DOLLAR from 61 ISLAMIC Countries.

In the volume of the Defense Budget, the ISLAMIC World is in the THIRD place.

 

As a military force, the Islamic world ranks first in the world with 4,707,550 soldiers, 28,760 tanks, 84,063 armored vehicles, 26,184 cannons and 2,577 warships. It is also in the second rank in the world after the United States with 10,986 fighter jets and 3,937 helicopters. It is also in third rank behind the United States and China with defense spending of 191 billion $.

 

ASRICA UNION OF ISLAMIC STATES DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

(SLIDE-20)

(SLIDE-21) DEFENSE according to the ASSAM vision; It is one of the five fields of activity to be centrally run by the Confederation.

 

MINISTRY OF DEFENSE

(A Conceived Model)

(SLIDE-22)

Under the Ministry of Defense;

It is envisaged to comprise the Chief of General Staff, Land, Sea, Air, Air Defense and Missile, Cyber and Electronic Security Commands located at the Confederation Centers, and "JOINT OPERATION COMMANDS" at Army Level, located at the center of each of the Nine Regional Federations.

 

(SLIDE-23) 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.” [[7]]

 

(SLIDE-24-) Submitted to the Operational Control of Joint Operations Commands and Deployed in the Centers of National States;

As a Combat and Combat Support Element;

  • 34 Corps in Land Forces
  • In Naval Forces: Four Navy, Five Fleet and Six 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-25) As a Combat Service Support Unit;

  • 9 Logistics Support Command for each of the Land, Navy, Air, Air and Missile Defense and Cyber and Electronic Force Commands
  • 9 Training Command for each of the Force Commands except for Air Forces, 4 Training Command for the Naval Forces,
  • 9 Base and Port Command in Naval Forces Command; 9 Air Base and Airplane Base Command in Air Forces Command

Are thought necessary to establish.

 

(SLIDE-26) ASRICA ISLAMIC UNION CONFEDERATION DEFENSE ORGANIZATION

 

(SLIDE-27) FORCES, INSTITUTIONS AND UNITS AFFILIATED TO THE JOINT OPERATION COMMAND IN FEDERAL ZONES

The status of the Combat, Combat Support and Combat Correspondence Support Commands assigned to the Operational Control of the Joint Operations Commands of all Regional Federations is detailed on the following slides. (SLIDE-28:36)

 

(SLIDE-28) 1. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command (Middle East Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     One Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Naval Base and Port Commands

2)     Naval Logistics Support Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-29) 2. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(Central Asia Federation of Islamic States)

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     8 Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Navy Command

2)     Mediterranean Fleet Command

3)     Caspian Sea Fleet Command

4)     Naval Base and Port Commands

5)     Straits Command

6)     Logistics Support Command

7)     Navy Training Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)      Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

 d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-30) 3. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(Near East Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Four Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Navy Command

2)     ASIAN Fleet Command

3)     Naval Base and Port Commands

4)     Logistics Support Command

5)     Navy Training Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)       Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command;

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-31) 4. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(South East Asia Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Four Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Navy Command

2)     Pacific Fleet Command

3)     Naval Base and Port Commands

4)     Logistics Support Command

5)     Training Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands      

6)     Air Training Command

 d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-32) 5. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(North Africa Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Three Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Naval Base and Port Commands

2)     Logistics Support Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)       Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

 d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-33) 6. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(East Africa -Red Sea Basin- Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Four Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Naval Base and Port Commands

2)     Logistics Support Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command;

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

(SLIDE-34) 7. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(North West Africa-South America Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Five Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Navy Command

2)     Naval Base and Port Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Navy Training Command

5)     Atlas Fleet Command

6)     Straits Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-35) 8. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(South West Africa Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Three Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Naval Base and Port Commands

2)     Logistics Support Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)     Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command;

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

(SLIDE-36) 9. Under the Operational Control of the Federal District Joint Operations Command

(Europe Federation of Islamic States);

   a. Affiliated to Land Forces Command;

1)     Four Corps Command,

2)     Land Training Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Tactical Unit Commands at Division and Brigade Level

   b. Affiliated to the Command of The Navy;

1)     Naval Base and Port Commands

2)     Logistics Support Command

   c. Affiliated to the Air Force Command;

1)     Strategic Air Force Command

2)     Missile Command

3)     Tactical Air Force Command

4)     Air Logistics Support Command

5)        Air Base and Airport Base Commands

6)     Air Training Command

d. Affiliated to Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces Command;

1)     Radar Base Commands

2)     Air and Missile Defense Commands

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

   e.  Affiliated to Cyber and Electronic Security Forces Command;

1)     Cyber Security Command

2)     Electronic Warfare Command

3)     Logistics Support Command

4)     Training Command

 

The type and quantity of land, navy and air main battle vehicles will be determined to meet the threat to Federation districts.

 

 

 

[[1]]congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/congress-17-declaration.html

[[2]]congresses/2018-congress/congress-18-declaration.html

[[3]]congresses/2019-congress/congress-19-declaration.html

[[4]]congresses/past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution.html

[[5]]past-to-future-government-forms/confederation-constitution

[[6]]Konfederasyon Anayasa Taslağı/KAT, Syf.2,  Mad.1

[[7]] KAT, Shf. 32

IV. Congress Opening Speech

4. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

OPENING SPEECH

12 DECEMBER

Adnan TANRIVERDİ

 

GREETING: (Slide-1) (Click here to see Opening Speech Presentation)

In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

Elhamdülillahi Rabbil Âlemin vel akıbet-ül müttekiym. Vesselatü vesselamü alâ seyyidina ve nebiyyina Muhammedin ve âlihi ve sahbihi ecmain.

Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Chad, Iraq, Qatar, Libya, Malaysia, Egypt, Niger, Pakistan, Palestine, Turkey, TRNC, USA (15) and Islam from every corner of geography, our guests who attended as a listener, president and representatives of NGOs, ASSAM, Üsküdar University, Dumlupınar University, IDSB and ASDER, dear brothers and sisters, I greet you all with respect and affection.

HONORED OUR CONGRESS WITH THEIR PARTICIPATION;

S.Nu:

COUNTRY

DUTY

TITLE

NAME

1

GREETING SPEECH

Üsküdar University / ASDER

Prof. Dr.

NEVZAT TARHAN

2

Deputy President of Üsküdar University

Prof. Dr.

Mehmet Zelka

3

President of Dumlupınar University

Prof. Dr.

Kazım Uysal

4

President of IDSB

Lawyer

Ali Kurt

 

 

Azerbaijan

M.P./ Consultant of President

Prof. Dr.

Elman Nesirov

5

QATAR

Union of Muslim Scholars Secretary General

Prof. Dr.

Ali Karadaği

 

 

MODERATORS

To our esteemed teachers who undertake the management of our congress

Prof. Dr.

Cengiz Toraman

 

Prof. Dr.

Ensar Nişancı

 

Prof. Dr.

Yakup Bulut

Prof. Dr.

Atilla Batur

7

USA

 

Dear Scientists and Academicians, WHO GAVE MEANING TO OUR CONGRESS WITH THEIR PRESENTATION,

Dr.

Ghulam Nabi Fasiassam

8

BANGLADESH

 

A.F.M. Ataur Rahman

9

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Adsmir Mulaosmanıviç

10

BURKINA FASO

Dr.

Compoure Boucary

11

PALESTINE

 

Wissam A. Samarah

12

CHAD

Dr.

Ahmet Ojley Abdülvahid

13

IRAQ

 

Hossam Rashid Hadi Al-Rubaie

14

QATAR

Prof. Dr.

Ali Karadaği

 

TRNC

 

Emete Gözügüzelli

15

LIBYA

 

Elmehdi Elşibani Dığman

16

MALAYSIA

 

Sheila Yusuf

17

EGYPT

 

Sahar Zaki Kabel

Dr.

Muhtar Elaşri

18

NIGER

 

 

Mansur Elh Amani

19

PAKISTAN

 

Shadid Hasmat

20

TURKEY

 

Asım Öztürk

Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Mehmet Naci Efe

Dr.

İbrahim Karataş

Dr.

Fehmi Ağca

Prof. Dr.

Mehmet Zelka

Prof. Dr.

Cengiz Toraman

Prof. Dr.

Hüseyin Altay

 

Mehmet Emin Koçak

 

Oğuzhan Akyener

Prof. Dr.

Yakup Bulut

Dr.

Soner Akın

R. Col.

Ersan Ergür

Dr.

Levent Kenar

 

 

 

R. Col.

Ali Coşar

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 could not hold this year's Congress face to face due to the COVID-19 pandemic that threatened the world. Even if we locked in our homes by complying with the restrictions, we had to make our Congress by means of teleconference, taking advantage of the opportunities provided by technology.

I wish mercy to our brothers who lost their lives due to this pandemic, where vaccines and drugs have not yet been disseminated, and I wish healing to our brothers who lost their health. I pray that Allah take this pandemic away from humanity.

 

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 Üsküdar and Dumlupınar Universities, the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World, 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.

 

*** PRESENTATION PLAN (Slide-2)

  1. AIM OF CONGRESS
  2. GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY
  3. THE SITUATION OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY
  4. CONDUCTED ASSAM CONGRESSES
    1. THE STATE'S MAIN FIELDS OF ACTIVITY
    2. ASSAM'S VISION IN THE PROCESS OF THE UNION OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES
    3. FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS
    4. FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD CONGRESS DECLARATIONS
  5. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM “ASRICA ISLAMIC COUNTRIES UNION DEFENCE ORGANIZATION” CONGRESS

 

Dear Participants, (Slide-3)

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 FOURTH Congress with the main theme of "ASRICA CONFEDERATION DEFENSE ORGANIZATION" under the heading "DETERMINATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND THE PROCEDURES OF THE COMMON DEFENSE SYSTEM FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION" will continue until 18:00 today;

It is the determination of the procedures and principles of the mutual defense system to be established in the Nine FEDERAL REGIONS affiliated to the Confederation and the NATIONAL STATES affiliated with these FEDERAL REGIONS with the Common defense system to be carried out from the CONFEDERATION center.

 

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 61 Islamic Countries, they are located 28 in Asia, 27 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.

 

Of the 193 States that are members of the United Nations Organization, 61 (31% of the number of members) are Muslim countries.

1.85 Billion of the World Population of 7.632 billion (24.1% 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 61 Islamic Countries.

 

 (Slide-7) ISLAMIC WORLD which owns 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 65% of its production also 64.1% of natural gas reserves,[1]40% 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.

 

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

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 Foreign Affairs and Foreign affairs are centrally managed.

 

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

 

Purpose of International Islamic congresses; (SLIDE-13)

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 60 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 Joint Justice System for the Islamic Union (2022),
  7. Determination of Principles and Procedures of Common Assistance and Security 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)

The Formed Model according to the Constitution of ASRICA Union of Islamic States;

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

Regional Federations of Islamic States in SIX Fields of Activity,

National States are in the TEN Fields of Activity.

 

(SLIDE-18)

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 61 Islamic Countries is represented, should be established permanently and subsequently it should be formed as a "Confederate 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 Confederate 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 [9 COUNTRIES],

 

Ø SOUTH-WEST AFRICA

[8 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 (Maldives, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia),

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

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

7.    Nine of them, North West Africa – South America Islamic Countries (Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Guyana-SA, Suriname-SA,)

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

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

At this stage, the Confederation of Islamic Countries and its 9 Regional Confederations of Islamic Countries should be established.

 

THIRD PHASE; (Slide-24)

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

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

 

(SLIDE-25) Thus, the hierarchical connection of the ASRICA ISLAMIC UNION COUNTRIES Confederation is completed and as seen in this slide

Nine REGIONAL FEDERATIONS and a CONFEDERATE structure formed by these regional Islamic Federations without changing the national borders and structure of 61 Islamic Countries (28 Asia, 27 Africa, 4 Europe, 2 South America) on the ASRICA pivot, according to their ethnic and geographical proximity. It seems possible to establish the ISLAMIC UNION by gathering under a will.

 

FOURTH PHASE (1) (Slide-26)

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 branches” 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.

 

FOURTH PHASE (2) (Slide-27)

  • 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-28) SECOND INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

I would like to briefly mention about our 2nd Congress, which has results that we really care about.

  1. 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-29) 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-30)

  • Establishment of a customs union between Islamic countries,
  • Establishing a common market between Islamic countries,
  • The acceptance of monetary union between Islamic countries,
  • Establishing trade zones between the members of the Union,
  • To give zakat institution an institutional identity under the control of states as a common fund,
  • Establishment of the Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Courts and Foundations affiliated to the Union,
  • Creation of the Islamic electronic dinar currency (ASRICA Dinar),

 

(SLIDE-31)

  • Creating a Common Market and joint production and R&D incentive fund,
  • 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-32)

  • 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-33) THIRD INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

 I would like to briefly mention our 3rd Congress, which has had important results.

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-34) 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 9 sub-units attached to the center, as shown on the slide,

 

  • RELATED TO THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY; (SLIDE-35)
    • 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-36) The establishment of "DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRESIDENCIES" 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-37) 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-38) 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 World Public.

 

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INFORMATION ABOUT FOURTH CONGRESS

After giving information about our first three Congresses, I would like to express our expectations from our 4th Congress.

Our Congress; (SLIDE-39)

 

PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE COMMON DEFENSE SYSTEM FOR THE ISLAMIC UNION

On main topic

«ASRICA CONFEDERATION DEFENSE SYSTEM»

It will be examined under the title.

 

Our Congress; (SLIDE-40)

  • It is done online by teleconference method,
  • It is broadcasted in Turkish, English and Arabic
  • Presentations are translated 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.

 

Aim of Congress; (SLIDE-41)

It is the DETERMINATION of the PROCEDURES AND PRINCIPLES of the common defense system to be established in the NINE FEDERAL REGIONS affiliated to the Confederation and the NATIONAL STATES affiliated with these FEDERAL REGIONS with the Common defense system to be carried out from the CONFEDERATION center.

 

IN CONGRESS; (SLIDE-42)

  1. Assessment of the Geopolitical Status of ASRICA Islamic Countries
  2. Defense Organizations of Global Powers (USA, Russia, China, England, France) and their Activities in Islamic Countries
    1. Military Bases,
    2. Private Military Companies,
    3. Organizations Used and Proxy Wars
  3. Of Islamic Countries
    1. Defense Organizations,
    2. Military Forces
      1. Land Forces
      2. Naval Forces
      3. Air Forces
      4. Air Defense Forces
      5. Special Forces
      6. Cyber Security
      7. Aerospace Forces
    3. The Origin of Warfare - Weapon - Vehicles in their inventory.
  4. Ottoman Period Defense Organization,
  5. Examining Defense Alliances Around the World
    1. NATO,
    2. Commonwealth of Independent States
    3. EU Defense Organization
    4. African Union Defense Organization
  6. Ideal Defense Organization Model of ASRICA Confederation of Islamic Countries
    1. Organization of ASRICA Ministry of Defense (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defense Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
    2. Defense Organizations of the Confederation Ministry of Defense in the Regional Islamic Countries (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defense Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
    3. Defense Organizations of National States Affiliated to the Confederation Ministry of Defense (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defense Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)

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-43) FOLLOWING EVERY YEAR AFTER OUR 4. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS;

  • Joint Foreign Policy,
  • Joint Justice System,
  • Joint Public Order and Security,

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

 

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.

 

 

Adnan Tanrıverdi

ASSAM President of Board of Directors

 

 

 

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Asrika Confederation Defense System Congress Abstracts

4. INTERNATIONAL ASSAM ISLAMIC UNION CONGRESS

"ASRICA Confederation Defense System”

CONGRESS SCHEDULE

12 DECEMBER 2020 SATURDAY

09:00-10:45

 Opening and Greeting Speeches

Presentation of The Congress Ersan Ergür ASSAM Vice President of the Board of Directors

Adnan Tanrıverdi ASSAM President of the Board of Directors

Prof. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan Founder of Uskudar University and

President of Administrative Supreme Board

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Zelka Deputy Rector of Uskudar University

Prof. Dr. Kazım Uysal Rector of Kutahya Dumlupinar University

Lawyer Ali Kurt, Secretary General of The Union of NGOs of The Islamic World

Energy Policy Advisor to President of Azerbaijan-Ruling Party Deputy Prof. Dr. Elman Nesirov

Prof. Dr. Ali Karadaği Secretary General Of The World Union Of Muslim Scholars

Moderators:

Prof. Dr. Cengiz TORAMAN

Prof. Dr. Ensar NİŞANCI

Prof. Dr. Yakup BULUT

 Presentation No. and Time

Presentation Name

Speaker

1st Presentation
10:45-11:00

Union of Islamic States of ASRICA Defense Organization (Conceived Model)

Adnan Tanrıverdi
(R)General, ASSAM President of the Board of Directors.

 2nd Presentation
11:00-11:15

Qatar: 11:00-11:15

Foundations and Principles of Defense Cooperation for the Islamic Union

Prof. Dr. Ali Karadaği
QATAR

 3rd Presentation
11:15-11:30

Malaysia: 16.15-16.30

Investigation of Defense Alliances Around the World: NATO; Commonwealth of Independent States; EU Defense Organization and African Union Defense Organization

Sheila Yousuf
MALAYSIA

 4th Presentation
11:30-11:45

Al-Quds: 14.30-14.45

Defense Spending, Economic Growth and a Stable Islamic World

Wisam A. Samarah
A.F. M. Ataur Rahman
Al-QUDS BANGLADESH

5th Presentation
11:45-12:00

In the Context of Collective Defense of The African Union Importance For The Islamic Union

Asim Ozturk
TURKEY

 

12:00-12:15

 

 

QUESTION AND ANSWER

 

 6th Presentation
12:15-12:30

Chad: 10.15-10:30

Military Bases in Islamic Countries (Chad Example)

Dr. Ahmed Ojley Abdülvahid 
CHAD

 7th Presentation
12:30-12:45

Bosnia and Herzegovina: 10.30-10.45

An Ideal Defense Organization Model for Confederation of ASRICA “ASRICA Rapid Intervention Forces”

Assoc. Prof. Admir Mulaosmanović
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

 8th Presentation
12:45-13:00

Analysis of The Defense Industry of Islamic Countries and The Policies That Need to Be Established

Assoc. Prof. Mehmet Naci Efe
TURKEY

 9th Presentation

13:00-13:15

Iraq: 13:00-13:15

Towards A Geopolitical Theory of The Islamic World

Hossam Rashid Hadi Al-Rubaie
IRAQ

 10th Presentation
13:15-13:30

Egypt: 12.15-12.30

The Political Geography of Islamic Countries

Sahar Zaki Kabel
EGYPT

 

13:30-13:45

 

QUESTION AND ANSWER

 

 11th Presentation
13:45-14:00

An Analysis on The Requirement of Islamic Countries to Cooperate in The Production of Indigenous Weapons

Dr. İbrahim Karatas
TURKEY

 12th Presentation
14:00-14:15

Defense Organization and Management in The Ottoman Empire

Dr. Fehmi Agca
TURKEY

 13th Presentation
14:15-14:30

Niger: 12.15-12.30

Defense Organizations of Global Powers and Their Activities in Islamic Countries

Mansour Elh Amani
NIGER

14th Presentation
14:30-14:45

Organizational Structures in Military Organizations in The Information Age: Recommendations from The Management and Organization Perspective

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Zelka,          
Prof. Dr. Cengiz Toraman,
Prof.Dr. Huseyin Altay
TURKEY

 15th Presentation
14:45-15:00

Special Forces Standard and Cooperation Between Islamic States for The Islamic Union

Mehmet Emin Kocak
TURKEY

15:00-15:15

 

QUESTION AND ANSWER

 

16th Presentation

15:15-15:30

The Islamic Union in The Context of Collective Defense: The Supra-Regional Collective Defense Architecture

Asim Ozturk
TURKEY

 17th Presentation
15:30-15:45

Egypt: 14.30-14.45

Geopolitical Evaluation of ASRICA Islamic Countries

Dr. Muhtar Elasri 
EGYPT

 18th Presentation
15:45-16:00

Effects of Climate Change on International Security Policies and The Islamic World

Oğuzhan Akyener
TURKEY

 19th Presentation
16:00-16:15

Defense Policy of The Organization of The African Union and Cooperation with the EU

Prof. Dr. Yakup Bulut
Dr. Soner Akin
TURKEY

 20th Presentation
16:15-16:30

 

Examination of Defense Alliances on Earth: North Atlantic Treaty Organization “NATO”

Ersan Ergur
TURKEY

16:30-16:45

 

QUESTION AND ANSWER

 

21st Presentation
16:45-17:00

Pakistan: 18.45-19.00

Examining NATO as a Political and Defense Alliance

Shahid Hashmat
PAKISTAN

22nd Presentation
17:15-17:30

USA: 09.15-09.30

Global Peace & Conflict Resolution: A Case of Kashmir

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Faiassam
USA

23rd Presentation
17:30-17:45

Threat of Coronavirus and Biological Weapons on Islamic World

Dr. Levent Kenar
TURKEY

24th Presentation
17.45-18.00

Burkina Faso: 14:45-15:00

Defining the Procedures and Principles of The Common Defense System

for the Islamic Union

Dr. Compoure Boukary

BURKINA FASO

25th Presentation

18:00-18:15

Turkey's Territorial Waters and Continental Shelf Rights in The Aegean Sea and Eastern

Mediterranean Within the Framework of International Law

Dr. Fehmi Agca
TURKEY

26th Presentation
18:15-18:30

Blue Diplomacy Between Turkey and Islamic Countries

Emete Gozuguzelli

TRNC

27th Presentation
18:30-18:45

Effect Of New Conditions On War Doctrine And Concepts - The Need For Renewal Of The Law Of War

Ali Coşar

ASSAM Vice President

TURKEY

18:45-19:15

Result Assessment Session

Adnan Tanrıverdi ASSAM President of the Board of Directors

 

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2 Hakkı İlnur Çevik
3 Prof. Dr. Mesut Hakkı Caşın
4 Mustafa Çırak
5 Em. Tümg. Nurettin Işık
6 Em. Tuğg. Atalay Kocatepe
7 Em. Tuğg. Hüseyin Erim
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11 Prof. Dr. Çağrı Erhan
12 Prof. Dr. Nurşin Ateşoğlu Güney
13 Prof. Dr. Fatih Kıllı
14 Prof. Dr. Ahmet Demir
15 Prof. Dr. Ahmet Karadağ 
16 Prof. Dr. Ali Osman Kurt
17 Prof. Dr. Atila Doğan
18 Prof. Dr. Atilla Batur
19 Prof. Dr. Cengiz Toraman
20 Prof. Dr. Ensar Nişancı
21 Prof. Dr. İbrahim Özdemir
22 Prof. Dr. İshak Torun
23 Prof. Dr. İsmail Avcıbaş
24 Prof. Dr. Kadir Esmer
25 Prof. Dr. Kayhan Erciyeş
26 Prof. Dr. Mahmut Tekin
27 Prof. Dr. Mehmet Savsar
28 Prof. Dr. Mehmet Seyfettin Erol
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30 Prof. Dr. Mustafa Bakkal
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37 Prof. Dr. Seyit Sertçelik
38 Prof. Dr. Şahmurat Arık
39 Prof. Dr. Ümit Doğanay Arınç
40 Prof. Dr. Yakup Bulut
41 Prof. Dr. Zafer Akbaş
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44 Doç. Dr. Gökhan Tuncel
45 Doç. Dr. Haşim PIHTILI
46 Doç. Dr. Mehmet Naci Efe
47 Doç. Dr. Murat Yeşiltaş
48 Doç. Dr. Türker Tekin Ergüzel
49 Dr. Ahmet Uslu
50 Dr. Ertuğrul Zengin
51 Dr. İsmail Safi
52 Dr. Vehbi Kara
53 Dr. Yunus şişman
54 Öğr. Grv. Mahmut Kayaaltı 
55 Suat Gün, Em. Asker, Gazeteci

 

Congress Main Topics

Topics related to the principles and procedures of the Defense Industry Cooperation for the Islamic Union will be examined under the title of “Defense System OF ASRICA Confederation”.

The notifications presented by academicians, who will participate in the fourth International ASSAM Islamic Union Congress, will be included under the following headings

  1. Evaluation of the Geopolitical Status of ASRICA Islamic Countries
  2. Defense Organizations of Global Powers (USA, Russia, China, UK, France) and Their Activities in Islamic Countries
    1. Military Bases,
    2. Private Military Companies (PMC),
  3. Organizations They Use and Proxy Wars
  4. Islamic Countries;
    1. Defence Organizations,
    2. Military Powers
      1. Land Forces
      2. Naval Forces
      3. Air Forces
      4. Air Defence Forces
      5. Special Forces
      6. Cyber Security
      7. Aerospace Powers
    3. The origins of their Warfare Weapons and Vehicles inventories
  5. Defence Organisations at Ottoman Period,
  6. Examining of defence alliances on world
    1. NATO,
    2. Community Of Independent States
    3. EU Defence Organisation
    4. Africa Union Defence Organisation
  7. An ideal Defence Organization model for confederation of ASRICA Islamic Countries (A Solution Style)
    1. The Organisation of Ministry of Defence of ASRICA ( Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
    2. Defense Organizations of Regional Islamic Countries Affiliated to the Ministry of Defense ( Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)
    3. National Super Powers Defence Organisations affiliated to Ministry of Defence Of Regional İslamic Countries Federation, (Land Forces, Naval Forces, Air Forces, Air Defence Forces, Special Forces, Cyber Security, Aerospace Forces)

Umur Tugay YÜCEL

3. Uluslararası ASSAM İslam Birliği Kongresine konuşmacı olarak katılan Umur Tugay YÜCEL tarafından hazırlanan "İslam Ülkeleri İçin Savunma Sanayi Stratejisi Ve Yükselen Güçler" konulu bildiri sunulmuştur.
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