'I can't hear you': Erdoğan makes AKP congress recite oath with Muslim Brotherhood gesture
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has made participants of his ruling AKP's congress recite an oath while doing the Muslim Brotherhood gesture of the Rabia. "One nation. One flag. One homeland. One state," chanted the crowd upon Erdoğan's orders.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has made participants of the congress of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) recite an oath, while also doing the Muslim Brotherhood hand gesture of the Rabia.
Erdoğan on March 24 was addressing members of his party in the capital Ankara when he asked everyone to stand up to recite his favorite slogan.
He wasn't satisfied with the response he got from those in the hall.
"You're not loud enough. I can't hear you," he said, moving onto recite the oath.
"One nation. One flag. One homeland. One state," chanted the crowd upon Erdoğan's orders with their hands up in the air doing the Rabia sign - the Turkish President's favorite gesture.