Psychological warfare techniques were also employed against Adnan Oktar when he was released from the Bakirkoy Mental Hospital.
But evil plotting envelops only those who do it. Do they expect anything but the pattern of previous peoples? You will not find any changing in the pattern of Allah. You will not find any alteration in the pattern of Allah.
(Surat Fatir, 43)
Adnan Hodja (Adnan Oktar) tried at the Istanbul State Security Court on charges of offending national sensibilities and engaging in anti-secular propaganda and treated for 10 months at the Bakirkoy Psychological and Nervous Diseases Hospital, was freed yesterday. He was released when it emerged in the report from the Forensic Science Department to the State Security Court that he has partial criminal discretion. Adnan Hodja was treated for paranoia in the hospital, and departed by kissing the hand of Head Doctor Yildirim Aktuna in front of a photograph of Ataturk. Dr. Aktuna advised him to “be more careful in future.” Adnan Hodja will be tried on bail.
The press were brought in before the photograph was taken. Adnan Hodja, a genuine nationalist and supporter of Ataturk, was then led in, following which this show photograph was taken.
Adnan Oktar was made to kiss the hand of the head doctor of the time as he was released from the Bakirkoy Psychological and Nervous Diseases Hospital. However, this was probably the first time that the kissing of a hand using the side of the beard, with the hand being forcibly raised towards the head, had ever been seen. It was obvious that this was no genuine, willing hand-kissing. However, with this image psychological warfare exponents sought to give the impression that Adnan Oktar had been brought to heel. The message “Be more careful in future. Do not overstep the mark, or you know what will happen to you,” had been duly imparted. In other words, they were demanding, as he was warned by private courier before, that his book on Judaism and Freemasonry should not be reprinted, and that he should put a complete end to his preaching activities.