Mevlut Cavusoglu, the country’s foreign minister, made the comment following the defeat of Far Right leader Geert Wilders in the Netherlands election.
Despite centre-right Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte clinging to power, he said religious wars would engulf the continent.
It comes after a diplomatic row between the two countries saw Turkey accusing the Netherlands of behaving like “Nazis”.
In a translation by Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, Mr Cavusoglu said: “Now the election is over in the Netherlands…when you look at the many parties you see there is no difference between the social democrats and fascist Wilders.
“All have the same mentality. Where will you go? Where are you taking Europe? You have begun to collapse Europe. You are dragging Europe into the abyss. Holy wars will soon begin in Europe.”
Wilders’s anti-Islam Party for Freedom was beaten into second place with 20 seats to Mr Rutte’s Party for Freedom and Democracy Party, which won 30 seats.
Wilders is unlikely to be included in any coalition after mainstream political parties all vowed not to work with him.
Mr Cavusoglu sparked the diplomatic row when his plane was prevented from landing in the Netherlands on Saturday.
He had been planning to hold a rally in Rotterdam campaigning for Turks in the Netherlands to vote for constitutional reform that would expand Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s powers.
The Dutch government blocked the rallies from going ahead, citing concerns about “risks to public order and security”.