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Thursday, December 5, 2019

Sibel Edmonds Presents: Gulen & Concocting The Flynn Scandal: A Clinton-...



Mueller has been protecting the Gulen Movement since he
was head of FBI 2001.  No one familiar with Muellers history
of defending the Gulen Movement was surprised he stepped into the
the Turkey Gate and it became a FAKE Russian Hoax with no proof

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Gulen's niece detained and arrested last month in Turkey #Gulen

Zeynep Gülen, a Turkish woman who is the niece of Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen, was detained by police late on Thursday night, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.
Fethullah Gülen, who lives in the U.S., is accused of masterminding a 2016 coup attempt. He denies any involvement.
Zeynep Gülen, 30,was reportedly driving a car when she was stopped by officers in İstanbul’s Beykoz district.
The police brought her to headquarters after she allegedly presented a fake identity card. Her fingerprints later revealed her true identity.
Turkey launched a large-scale crackdown targeting Gülen followers after the failed coup, conducting mass detentions on an almost daily basis.
Yesterday, Zehra Bozkurt, the daughter of a high-ranking member of the Gülen movement, was detained, along with 16 other followers.
The chief public prosecutors in Ankara and Adana on Friday issued detention warrants for 95 suspects over alleged Gülen links.
At least 70 people were detained in the resulting police operations, the report said, adding that one of the detainees was a cousin of Adil Öksüz, a prime suspect in the 2016 coup attempt.
Following the abortive putsch, more than 150,000 people were removed from state jobs while in excess of 30,000 others were jailed and some 600,000 people have been investigated on allegations of terrorism.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Montenegro shut down and lead Gulenist extradited to Turkey, while wife sobs on social media #Gulen #HarunAyvaz



The Higher Court in Bijelo Polje has again ruled to extradite Gulenist movement member Harun Ayvaz to Turkey, where he is wanted for alleged terrorism offences.
Dalibor Tomovic, a human rights lawyer who is now representing Ayvaz, told BIRN that he will challenge the latest ruling.
“I officially received the case yesterday and we will appeal the decision in the next three days,” Tomovic said.
Tomovic argued that the decision was not in line with Montenegro’s constitution or international law.
“With this decision, the higher court in Bijelo Polje accepted the reasoning of Turkey for extraditing Ayvaz. The reasons include that the Gulen Movement is a terrorist organisation, and having account at Bank Asya is a proof of being a terrorist,” Tomovic explained.
According to his wife, Ayvaz is accused of having a subscription to the Gulen movement’s Zaman newspaper, of using the Bylock application on his phone, which a Turkish court has ruled is a sufficient proof to link a user with the Gulen movement, and of depositing money into an account at Bank Asya – a bank with connections to Gulen.
Tomovic alleged that Montenegro is keeping Ayvaz in custody for political reasons.
“Everyone knows that he is in prison because of political reasons and even the court advised him to apply for asylum but now they are accepting Turkey’s demand for his extradition,” he said.
If the Appeal Court in Podgorica now rules that Ayvaz can be extradited, the Justice Ministry will make the final decision on whether to send him to Turkey or not.
However, Tomovic said that Ayvaz also has a parallel application for asylum, which he submitted on October 24.
“Even if the Appeal Court and the Justice Ministry decide to extradite him, they have to wait to hear the final decision about Ayvaz’s asylum application,” the lawyer explained.
The Turkish government accuses Gulen, who lives in self-imposed exile in the US, of being behind a failed coup attempt in 2016.
After the coup attempt, it started to refer to Gulen’s movement as the ‘Fethullahist Terrorist Organisation’, or FETO for short.
Since then, Ankara has arrested tens of thousands of people, fired hundreds of thousands from public service jobs and closed down thousands of companies, NGOs and educational institutions because of their alleged links with Gulen.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government has strongly urged Balkan states to hand over alleged Gulenists and to close down any institution related to the Muslim cleric’s movement.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Gulenist Osman Karaca "Mexico Iman" is arrested in Cambodia #GulenArrest #MexicoGulen

https://www.dailysabah.com/investigations/2019/10/19/top-ranking-feto-suspect-captured-in-overseas-operation?fbclid=iwar3w7gaewyvmabqmw7yoongq5xat_e1-5pd1wo2jyjcp9jjjyoax9cqllnc



Arrest of Osman Karaca
in Custody of the Republic of Turkey
"Mexico Iman" 
high-ranking suspect acting as the so-called "imam" of Mexico for the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) Osman Karaca was arrested by the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) overseas and brought to Turkey, security sources said on Saturday.
Karaca was arrested on charges of ''founding and masterminding an armed terrorist organization,'' said the source, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
FETÖ and its U.S.-based leader Fetullah Gülen orchestrated the defeated coup on July 15, 2016, which left 251 people martyred and nearly 2,200 injured.
Ankara also accuses FETÖ of being behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police, and judiciary.
FETÖ is accused of planting its members everywhere, from the police to the judiciary, the army and bureaucracy for years. Disguising their ties to the group, followers managed to rise to the top ranks. They became generals in the army and senior police chiefs. Through its "imams," FETÖ monitored the infiltrators and gave them orders. These so-called imams are often unassuming figures, such as a shopkeeper in a small town or a teacher, but they held immense power in the group, sometimes over police chiefs, generals and high-ranking bureaucrats.
Iman of Mexico
Osman Karacas
Kamboçya’da Türkiye kökenli Meksika vatandaşı Osman Karaca Türkiye Büyükelçiliği’nin komplosu ile kaçırıldı. Karaca’nın eşi Grace Lalrinmawii Karaca, kamuoyuna yardım çağrısı yaptı.
Nordicmonitor’da yer alan habere göre uzun yıllardır Kamboçya’da kalan Türkiye kökenli Meksika vatandaşı Osman Karaca bir bankada işlem yaptırırken güvenlik güçleri tarafından gözaltına alındı. Türkiye Büyükelçiliği tarafından sahte iade tabi olduğu öğrenilen Osman Karaca için ailesi ve yakınları harekete geçti. Bir türlü sonuç alamayan Karaca’nın yakınları Karaca’nın Türkiye Büyükelçiliğinin bir komplosu neticesinde gözaltına alındığını ortaya çıkardı.
Kamboçya’nın Phnom Penh şehrinde Türkiye Büyükelçiliği’nin Kamboçya makamlarına polise sahte bir ihbarda bulunduğu ve Karaca’yı sahte bir Meksika pasaportu almakla suçladığı ortaya çıktı. Böylece karaca uluslararası seyahat belgesi bulunmadığı için Türkiye’ye iade edilecekti. Ancak Meksika Büyükelçiliği devreye girdi.
Osman Karaca’nın serbest bırakılmasını isteyen ve kanunsuz bir şekilde bir iadeye teşebbüs teşebbüsünü engellemek için Meksika Büyükelçiliği, Karaca’nın Meksika Vatandaşı olduğunu ve pasaportunun geçerli olduğunu Kamboçya makamlarına bildirdi.
Ancak buna rağmen Osman Karaca’dan henüz haber alınamadı. Kamboçya Makamlarınınn gayri resimi olarak Osman Karaca’nın gözaltında olmadığını bildirmesi üzerine ailesi ve yakınları Türkiye’ye iade edilmesinden endişe ediliyor.

Türkiye makamları bir çok ülkede benzer hukuksuz yöntemlerle bir çok Türkiye Cumhuriyeti vatandaşını kaçırmıştı. Ancak ilk defa bu olay ile başka bir ülke vatandaşını kaçırma teşebbüsü olmuş oldu

Friday, April 26, 2019

Gulen’s schools. RT Documentary on Gulen Starts April 29, 2019



The Gulen Mystery, RTD’s in-depth documentary series about Fethullah Gulen, investigates the man accused of ordering the military coup of July 2016 in Turkey. Recep Erdogan, the Turkish President, insists the US must extradite the cleric behind what he calls FETO, the Fethullah Gulen Terrorist Organisation. American authorities demand evidence that the cleric, who has lived in Pennsylvania since 1999, is indeed implicated in the military uprising. For how could the self-taught educator have had anything to do with an attempt to seize control of the Turkish State
https://rtd.rt.com/trailers/fethullah-gulen-01-schools-educational-empire-expansion/


Monday, January 21, 2019

Ukrainian authorities crack down on the Gulen Movement #GulenSchool #FETO

https://www.rferl.org/a/turkey-ukraine-erdogan-wrath-ukraine-live-in-fear-of-kyiv-kidnapping-/29715899.html

KYIV -- Yunus Erdogdu has been afraid to leave the concrete confines of his apartment building on the outskirts of Kyiv since mid-July.

That's when Ukrainian authorities arrested and extradited within days of each other two fellow Turkish nationals-- a journalist and an entrepreneur -- whom Ankara alleges are linked to a failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan more than two years ago.

Both men had Ukrainian work and residency permits. Yet both were denied the legally mandated five-day appeal period and quickly deported.

The repatriations were part of Erdogan's relentless campaign "in the East [and] in the West" to pursue supporters of Fethullah Gulen, a Pennsylvania-based preacher and onetime Erdogan ally with a global network of schools and nonprofits as well as millions of followers.

The United States' failure to hand over Gulen himself has frayed relations between Washington and Ankara, but it has not deterred Turkish officials' aggressive pursuit of Gulenists elsewhere -- with dozens of the 77-year-old exile's alleged supporters nabbed and forcibly returned to Turkey since the attempted overthrow in 2016.

Such abductions have sent a powerful message to Erdogdu and others in the Turkish dissident community in Ukraine who are sympathetic to Gulen and his dissident vision for a tolerant, hard-working Turkish society.

The deportations from Ukraine, which shares a shoreline on the Black Sea with Turkey and has deepened cooperation with its government in recent years, has fueled speculation about a secret quid pro quo between the two countries' leaders and evoked comparisons to the CIA's extrajudicial abductions of terrorist suspects after 9/11. 

'Overnight Terrorist'

A veteran journalist and frequent critic of Turkey's increasingly autocratic president, Erdogdu has lived and worked legally in the Ukrainian capital for 13 years, most of it as a correspondent for the Cihan news agency.

But that all came crashing down in March 2016, when Turkish police raided Cihan's Istanbul headquarters hours after a court ruling placed it and Turkey's most popular newspaper, Zaman, under state control. Both were eventually shuttered over alleged links to Gulen.

Almost overnight, "I became a so-called terrorist," Erdogdu told RFE/RL over a collection of his article clippings in the modest high-rise apartment where he lives with his wife and three of their children.
Yunus Erdogdu describes himself as a proud Gulen "follower and supporter," but insists he is no terrorist.
Yunus Erdogdu describes himself as a proud Gulen "follower and supporter," but insists he is no terrorist.
Erdogan's government refers to Gulen supporters as members of FETO, or the " Fethullah Terrorist Organization."

Erdogdu, a proud Gulen "follower and supporter," is reportedly being sought by Turkish authorities for allegedly opposing the state and supporting the 2016 coup attempt. His name appeared on a leaked list of Turkish dissidents in Ukraine whom Ankara wants extradited.

Erdogdu insists he is no terrorist and had nothing to do with the coup. As a follower of Gulen, his "spiritual leader," Erdogdu said, he practices a tolerant Islam that promotes education, modesty, and hard work.

Afraid he may be "kidnapped" by Ukrainian security services he claims are working with their Turkish counterparts to spirit away dissidents like him, Erdogdu confines himself to his apartment, where he publishes a small news site that is critical of Erdogan.

"The streets are too dangerous for me," Erdogdu lamented, gesturing to the world outside his window.

Dozens Snatched Abroad

Back in Turkey, Erdogan has vowed to "cleanse" his country of its Gulen-linked enemies. His government has dismissed some 140,000 public servants and investigated on alleged terrorism charges more than 600,000 people. More than 50,000 have reportedly been formally charged and kept in jail during trial. 

Turkish police detained 538 people between November 26 and December 3 alone, and on January 10 authorities disbarred 17 judges and prosecutors over alleged Gulen links.

Meanwhile, Ankara's campaign to round up alleged Gulen supporters anywhere in the world has expanded.

"If not today, then tomorrow, one day every member of the FETO traitors' front will pay for his treason against the country and the nation," Erdogan told a congress of his Justice and Development Party (AKP) a year ago. 

The Turkish-led crackdown has already prompted school closures and more than 100 people being plucked from at least 18 countries. 

Ankara even hinted recently that its intelligence "operations" against Gulenists could soon extend to the United States, although it was unclear how forcefully Turkey might play its hand in that NATO ally's territory.

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Gulen Cambodia School sold #ZamanInternationalSchool #ParagonUniversity



*Please note this is a direct quote from a Turkish newspaper friendly to President Erdogan. FETO refers to the Fethullah Gülen movement, which has been banned by Turkish authorities.
A Cambodian company bought all the schools linked to Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) in the country in November, a Turkish education foundation said on Tuesday.
Turkey’s Maarif Foundation (TMV) said that Zaman University and its four affiliated schools linked to the FETO were bought by a local firm and renamed as International Paragon University, as part of a cooperation in the fight against FETO, the terrorist group behind the 2016 defeated coup in Turkey.
During his visit to Turkey in October, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen assured Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of his country’s cooperation in the fight against FETO.
The two countries also signed a cooperation deal in the field of education. The agreement came into effect on Dec. 11.

TMV board visited Cambodia after Sen’s visit to Turkey in October and warned the Cambodian foreign and education ministers of the FETO threat.
Cambodian officials told Turkey that there is no Turkish national studying or teaching in the schools and that all of them have already left the country.
FETO and its U.S.-based leader Fetullah Gulen orchestrated the defeated coup of July 15, 2016, which left 251 people martyred and nearly 2,200 injured.
Ankara also accuses FETO of being behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police, and judiciary.