Turkey's Erdogan calls Erdogan to relocate to historic mosque in Istanbul
In 532 AD, known as the "Aya Sofia" in the city of Istanbul, Turkey, it began to officially minister to the Christian faith in 537 AD.
"Aya Sofia" was converted to a mosque during the Ottoman Turks and has been serving as a mosque for many years.
Anaba Gannon, famous for destroying Turkish Islamic values, was converted from a mosque to a museum in his time (1934 AD) and has served as a museum to this day.
In a statement issued by Erdogan today, Turkish Prime Minister Rebbe requested
"We will reclaim the prayer in Ayah Sofia. We will remain in Suratul Fathi. Visitors will be able to visit the mosque like Sultan Ahmed. It is only our people who decide this," he said.
- Addis Mieraf