On Monday, Turkey celebrated the 99th anniversary of Victory Day. The holiday marks the Turkish victory over Greek forces in the Battle of Dumlupinar. The battle was critical in ending the Greek presence in Anatolia during the Turkish War of Independence. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, government and high-ranking military officials laid a wreath at Anitkabir, the mausoleum of the republic's founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who was a commander in the battle and ultimately led the nation to independence. Erdogan also issued a statement to mark Victory Day, calling it one of the most critical turning points in Turkey's history. "The spirit, belief and the will that inspired the Great Victory are drawing the direction for our nation today, just as it did 99 years ago," he said. #victoryday #TurkishIndependenceWar #greatvictory




@_hajibaba exactly he is the one that is a kafir


@mohammadhanan_rumi go read the letter that ataturk wrote to the saudi king when ataturk heard that they were going to ruin our prophets grave. Watch your mouth YOU are the one that is a kafir for talking about someone that isnt alive today. My great grandfather was a very religious and beautiful hearted man and he also liked ataturk a lot and was thankful for him saving our country from the british french russian and greeks! WATCH IT! you are calling someone that was making dua with our shehids on the war front a “kafir”. I cannot believe ALL of your information can be this false🤦‍♀️🤡. You are a disgrace to us muslims… over and over insults is not something a muslim should do, especially for a person under the grave. May Allah grant ataturk jannah, and forgive his sins just like how everyone else sins. I would say may Allah guide you to the right path and forgive you for saying all of this bs but you dont deserve our duas for you. Have a nice day you are not worth my time. 🇹🇷🤲🏼


Inshaallah more victories will be in future ❤️ 🇹🇷


👎 its not victory day,