The mandate, valid for one year, was passed by 320 votes in the 550-seat Turkish parliament, the Anatolia news agency reported on Thursday. This was a closed-door session thus the details of what took place will not be public for ten years. Here is the mandate that was voted:
“It is urged that under article 92 of the constitution for the duration of one year, the administration be given the right to send and task the Turkish Armed Forces to foreign countries. With the administration determining the where, the scope, the numbers and the time of such deployment.” (play the first video clip on the left hand side of the page entitled “Turkey's growing anger over Syria”)
The Prime Minister now has the authority, for the next 12 months, to project the power of Turkey immediately to any country in the area. The way is prepared for him to militarily engage the nation of Israel in a bid to take over Palestine and, once and for all, put a stop to the interminable Middle East crisis that the establishment of Israel brought to the region. As a means of uniting the Muslim world he will establish the Islamic Caliphate in Palestine. In the words of Daniel 11:45, “he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain. . .” The Caliphate complex will sit upon the Mount of Olives (overlooking the Temple Mount) which sits between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.