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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Morocco, Netherlands and Ethiopia Gulen Schools scheduled to transfer ownership to Turkish Government

Morocco has ordered the closure of schools it says are linked to  U.S.-based Islamic preacher that Ankara blames for a foilied coup last year, Agence France-Presse has said, citing the Morrocan interior ministry.

“Investigations on the establishments of the Mohamed Al-Fatih group, linked to Turkish national Fethullah Gülen, showed they use education to spread the group’s ideology and ideas contrary to the principles of the Moroccan educational and religious system,” a ministry statement said.

After a series of warnings from the education ministry, “it was decided all the group’s educational establishments would be closed within a delay of one month,” it said.

The statement did not say how many schools or pupils would be affected but said the government would strive to ensure the students continued their education in other schools.

Gülen, who has lived in self-imposed exile in the United States since 1999, is the main suspect in the probe into the July 15, 2016 failed coup case aimed at toppling Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the governmenment.

The preacher heads a network, which Ankara names as the Fethullah Terror Organisation (FETO). 

Since the coup attempt, Turkey has piled pressure on the United States to extradite Gülen.

In August, an official Turkish delegation visited Morocco to convince the authorities of the danger of Gülen’s group.

A school director from the Mohamed Al-Fatih group at the time rejected any link with Gülen for seven schools teaching 2,500 students including 2,470 Moroccans.

He said 90 percent of their teachers were also Moroccan nationals.
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Seven teachers at De Roos school in Zaandam submitted a letter of resignation to the school's management. De Roos is on a so-called - a list of organizations and individuals said to be affiliated with Fethullah Gulen, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rival.
School directer Mustafa Derin confirmed to the Telegraaf that he knows about the resignations, but "can not say anything" about it.
Klaas Hiemstra of school safety organization School en Veiligheid believes tensions in the Turkish community is to blame for the resignations. "Apparently these teachers feel put under pressure and checked whether they are loyal to the Turkish state. They are probably scared, but that is not said openly", he said to the newspaper.
Some 120 of the 4000 Turkish students at De Roos in Zaandam were transferred to other schools because their parents would rather not have them in a Gulen affiliated school, according to the newspaper. The same is happening in other cities. Including Asterdam, Purmerend, Zaandam and Rotterdam, over 200 children were 
The foundation for Islamic education in Zaanstad SIOZ is over negative statements they made about De Roos, accusing it of being a Gulen terrorism organization. The SIOZ wants these parents to retract the statements and pay a fine. The case will appear in court on Friday afternoon.
In Amsterdam there aren't only lists about Gulen organizations in circulations, but also several lists containing the names of school pupils and whether they support Gulen or Erdogan. The Public Prosecutor and police are investigating.
On August 22nd Turkey asked the Netherlands to close all schools believed to be affiliated to cleric Fethullah Gulen in the country, the Dutch government said in a letter to parliament on Monday, Het Parool reports.
This request came 10 days after Turkey sent the Dutch government lists with the names of organizations and companies they believe have ties with Gulen - who seen as the main rival of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Turkish government blames Gulen for an attempted military coup in the country in July.
The Netherlands will ignore the lists for the time being, the government wrote, according to the newspaper. “The Netherlands took note of the information handed to us, but will not act on it as long as there is no evidence that these organization were directly involved in the attempted coup. We have no ‘guilt by association’, and so far the Turkish authorities have no evidence of direct involvement of these Dutch organizations in the events of 15 July in Turkey.”
De Witte Tulp is an Amsterdam school on a Gulen-list. So far 170 pupils left the school. Thirteen of them haven’t been registered at a new school yet. A total of 46 pupils left primary school Cosmicus Impuls. And middle school Metis Montessori Lyceum lost 10 students.


Largest exports from Ethiopia are coffee and tea.  The Gulenists also opened textile mills there and used the ports to jam exports of their products

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Ethiopia has said the transfer of power of schools linked to the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) in the country to Turkish authorities will be through a legal process in ways that do not affect the operations of the schools.
The Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn made the comments in a news conference on Monday.
“The schools were established with the consent of the Turkish government in the first place,” Hailemariam said in response to an Anadolu Agency question as to the position of the Ethiopian government on Gulen-owned schools, which a number of African countries have already shut down.
“Initially it was the government of Turkey that recommended the schools,” he added referring to the six schools in Ethiopia.
“We have children registered in these schools and the legal transfer should be done in a way that does not affect them,” he said.
The prime minister the issue was raised during his meeting with Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci, who visited Ethiopia on Dec. 28.
“The Turkish economy minister told me the legal ground was there so the transfer will be made in line with legal grounds,” he said.
According to Turkey’s government, U.S.-based FETO leader Fetullah Gulen masterminded the July 15 defeated coup in Turkey, which left at least 248 people martyred and nearly 2,200 injured.
Ankara has also said FETO is behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police, and judiciary.
In the wake of the coup attempt, tens of thousands FETO suspects have been arrested, including many in the armed forces, police, justice system, and education sector.
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