This information has been proved false from multiple sources including politicfact.com that fights misinformation. This portion of Turkey is known for having seismic activity as it is located near a fault line and has previously had recorded earthquakes, which happen naturally when located on or near a fault line.
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, HAARP, has been in place for many years and does not do anything that could effect seismic activity, but is instead designed to study the atmosphere through the use of radio waves. As for the cloud over Bursa, Turkey they are also trying to connect to the earthquake and the HAARP, this is also false. To help better understand this Bursa, Turkey is located approximately 5,438.03 miles away from Gakona, Alaska, according to distance.to. All claims about these two being connected have been stated as false. According to Politifact.com HAARP doesn’t have any capability of causing earthquakes.
According to all credible sources and the associated press this earthquake happened natural and is normal for this area. Earthquakes are natural occurring natural disasters, and while earthquakes can be induced by human activity, radio waves are not one of those known causes. According to the United States Geological Survey there are three known primary human causes of earthquakes which are wastewater injection, hydraulic fracturing and enhanced oil recovery.
While I was able to find some dated articles on how sound waves could possibly cause earthquakes, I have yet to find any information saying that radio waves (like those used at HARRP) could induce earthquakes. I could however find information saying that earthquakes could not be caused them.