Less than a week after deleting her Instagram account and possibly converting to Islam, Lindsay Lohan has popped up on social media once more 鈥 this time at the Presidential complex in Ankara, Turkey for a meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdo臒an and his wife Ermine.

Posting a snap of herself with the Turkish First Family and seven-year-old refugee Bana Alabed, Lindsay wrote, 鈥淲hat a dream it is for Mr. President Erdo臒an and The First Lady to invite me to their home. Their efforts in helping Syrian Refugees is truly inspiring.鈥 Tagging multiple Instagram accounts, she also made sure to directly appeal to President Trump (who she has previously invited to visit Syria), adding him to her list of tags along with the words, 鈥淧lease for peace鈥 and 鈥淎laikum Salam,鈥 which translates from Arabic to 鈥淧eace be unto you.鈥

ANKARA, TURKEY - JANUARY 27: American actress Lindsay Lohan pins a "World is bigger than Five" badge to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's wife Emine Erdogan during her visit at the presidential complex in Ankara, Turkey on January 27, 2017. (Photo by Turkish Presidency/Yasin Bulbul/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Though she did not confirm or deny any rumors surrounding her potential newfound faith, Islam is Turkey鈥檚 largest religion, with between 96.4 and 99.9 percent of the country registered as practicing Muslims.

ANKARA, TURKEY - JANUARY 27: American actress Lindsay Lohan meets Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife Emine Erdogan during her visit at the presidential complex in Ankara, Turkey on January 27, 2017. (Photo by Turkish Presidency/Yasin Bulbul/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Speaking in her newly acquired accent, she did also directly address Aleppo and Syria viewers directly, saying, 鈥淲e want to send all the people in Syria and Aleppo suffering, all the refugees, [the message] that we are here supporting you, and you can hang on and be strong just like Bana has.鈥

Considering some of the destruction we鈥檝e seen to come out of that area (see: photos of the child pulled from Aleppo), it鈥檚 a message we can wholeheartedly understand, regardless of religion.

What do you make of Lindsay鈥檚 social media antics? Tell us over @BritandCo.

(Photo via Stefania D鈥橝lessandro + Yasin Bulbin/Andalou Agency/Getty)