12 Mart 2018 Pazartesi
Turkish Sect Claims It Downed 'Challenger' in 1986
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(Hürriyet Daily News, 12 March 2018)
Yesterday, while casting a spell on all yellow dolmuş drivers.
The Challenger space shuttle, which exploded a few minutes after
launching in 1986, was brought down by members of the
Naqshbandi spiritual order in Turkey, one of the group’s leaders
has claimed in a video that has gone viral on social media.
Ahmet Yasin Bursevi said the cause of the explosion of the space
shuttle was the slackening of its cap screws by members of the
“We were in the middle of the Hatme [a kind of dhikr ritual] when
the Challenger departed. There was no television in the room. Uncle
Ahmet [one of the members of the group] started to speak loudly
during the ritual, saying ‘why hasn’t it exploded yet?’ Uncle
Mehmet Emin [another member] responded, saying ‘don’t worry.
We have loosened its cap screws. It will go down soon.’ The
shuttle went down at the same time. We learned it from the TV
the next day,” Bursevi says in the video.
On Jan. 28, 1986, the NASA shuttle orbiter mission STS-51-L
and the 10th flight of Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73
seconds into its flight, killing all seven crew members.
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