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Two countries, one nation - The Nation

Two countries, one nationThe NationThe global clash of secularism and Islamism has an example of an ideal working relationship of nationalism and social welfare in Turkey for the Islamic world to follow. October 21, 2016. SHARE : ...and more »

Turkey should compensate abused Nigerian students - Daily Trust;

Turkey should compensate abused Nigerian students - Daily Trust

Daily TrustTurkey should compensate abused Nigerian studentsDaily TrustThe recent unjustified arrest, detention, traumatization and subsequent release of 50 Nigerian students in Turkey by that country's government must rank as a most unfortunate low in the Nigerian - Turkish relations. Seen in context, it constitutes an ...and more »

Turkish writer praises reactions to coup attempt - Anadolu Agency;

Turkish writer praises reactions to coup attempt - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyTurkish writer praises reactions to coup attemptAnadolu AgencyTurkish writer Iskender Pala has praised Thursday the Turkish people's reactions during the July 15 coup attempt. Along with poet Adnan Ozer and art critic Dogan Hizlan, Pala was part of a "Democracy and Culture" panel held at the Frankfurt Book Fair ...and more »

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation declares Gulen-affiliated movement a terrorist group - Al-Bawaba;

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation declares Gulen-affiliated movement a terrorist group - Al-Bawaba

Al-BawabaThe Organization of Islamic Cooperation declares Gulen-affiliated movement a terrorist groupAl-BawabaYesterday, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) declared the Gulen-affiliated group Fethullah Gulen Terror Group (FETO) a terrorist group, according to the Turkish state-run news organization Anadolu Agency. "We thank the Organization of ...and more »

It is time for citizens to ask some hard questions - The Highland County Press

It is time for citizens to ask some hard questionsThe Highland County PressWhy are members of the Gulen Islamic religious sect still operating 150 charter schools in the U.S.? It is time for citizens of the U.S. to remove their politically-correct glasses and ask some hard questions about the motivation of the followers of ...and more »

Turkey's state of emergency enters new phase - Deutsche Welle;

Turkey's state of emergency enters new phase - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleTurkey's state of emergency enters new phaseDeutsche WelleTurkey has begun a second three-month period of emergency rule following the failed coup on July 15. During the first three months, tens of thousands were detained or fired, with further arrests made on Thursday. Anti-purge protest in Istanbul ...and more »

Turkey Detains 40 Soldiers in Coup Probe: Report - Tasnim News Agency (press release);

Turkey Detains 40 Soldiers in Coup Probe: Report - Tasnim News Agency (press release)

Tasnim News Agency (press release)Turkey Detains 40 Soldiers in Coup Probe: ReportTasnim News Agency (press release)TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Turkey detained 40 soldiers from an air base in the central Anatolian city of Konya as part of investigations into July's failed military coup, a report said. Detention warrants had been issued for 47 more soldiers from Konya, the ...and more »

Turkish police detain Gulen supporters in Konya - Trend News Agency

Turkish police detain Gulen supporters in KonyaTrend News AgencyTurkish police carried out an operation to detain a number of servicemen at an air-base in Konya as part of the fight against the movement of Fethullah Gulen, who is accused of involvement in the July 15 coup attempt, the Hurriyet newspaper reports.and more »

Turkey detains more than 70, including soldiers, in post-coup raids - Europe Online Magazine

Turkey detains more than 70, including soldiers, in post-coup raidsEurope Online MagazineIstanbul (dpa) - Turkey detained 40 soldiers at a military base as fallout continues from this summer's failed coup attempt, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported. The soldiers - based in Konya, in the country's central region - are accused of ...and more »

Dozens Detained in Turkey in Ongoing Gülen Probe - Novinite.com;

Dozens Detained in Turkey in Ongoing Gülen Probe - Novinite.com

Novinite.comDozens Detained in Turkey in Ongoing Gülen ProbeNovinite.comTurkish police have detained more than 70 people, including soldiers, as part of an ongoing probe into the failed coup attempt. Forty of them are "high-ranking military officers," according to state-run Anadolu Agency. Their list includes two colonels, ...and more »

Turkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probe - Geo News, Pakistan;

Turkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probe - Geo News, Pakistan

Geo News, PakistanTurkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probeGeo News, PakistanISTANBUL: Turkey detained 40 soldiers from an air base in the central Anatolian city of Konya as part of investigations into July´s failed military coup, Turkish media outlets said on Thursday. Detention warrants had been issued for a total of 47 ...and more »

Turkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probe: media - Reuters;

Turkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probe: media - Reuters

ReutersTurkey detains 40 soldiers in coup probe: mediaReutersA flag with the picture of Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is seen during the Democracy and Martyrs Rally, organized by him and supported by ruling AK Party (AKP), oppositions Republican People's Party (CHP) and Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), ...and more »

Turkey's Crackdown on Businesses Sparks Concern - Voice of America;

Turkey's Crackdown on Businesses Sparks Concern - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaTurkey's Crackdown on Businesses Sparks ConcernVoice of AmericaFILE - The business and financial district of Levent, which comprises leading Turkish companies' headquarters and popular shopping malls, is seen from the Sapphire Tower in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2016. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

Ex-Turkish army chief: Government took no action against Gulen - Philly.com;

Ex-Turkish army chief: Government took no action against Gulen - Philly.com

Philly.comEx-Turkish army chief: Government took no action against GulenPhilly.comANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A former Turkish military chief says the government was warned about U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen's movement back in 2004 but no action was taken against the group. The government accuses Gulen - a former ally of ...and more »

OIC lists FETO as terrorist organization - APA;

OIC lists FETO as terrorist organization - APA

APAOIC lists FETO as terrorist organizationAPABaku – APA. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) officially recognized the Gülenist Terror Group (FETO) as a terrorist organization, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced Wednesday, Daily Sabah reported. The FM expressed ...and more »

Gulen becomes enemy of Gulf states, but Turkey-UAE rift endures - Middle East Eye;

Gulen becomes enemy of Gulf states, but Turkey-UAE rift endures - Middle East Eye

Middle East EyeGulen becomes enemy of Gulf states, but Turkey-UAE rift enduresMiddle East EyeISTANBUL, Turkey – There was an element of surprise when Gulf countries reached a unanimous decision to designate Turkey's enemy number one as a terrorist. Although music to Ankara's ears, Turkish analysts were wary of viewing it as a change of heart ...and more »

OIC lists Gulen movement as terrorist organization - Trend News Agency

OIC lists Gulen movement as terrorist organizationTrend News AgencyThe Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) recognized the movement of Fethullah Gulen as a terrorist organization, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Oct. 19, Anadolu Agency reported. Previously, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ...and more »

OIC lists Gulen network as 'terror group' - Anadolu Agency;

OIC lists Gulen network as 'terror group' - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyOIC lists Gulen network as 'terror group'Anadolu AgencyThe Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Wednesday listed a group linked to Turkey's July 15 coup attempt as a terrorist organization, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu confirmed. "We thank the Organization of Islamic Cooperation for showing ...and more »

Turkey arrests brother of wanted cleric Gulen - Europe Online Magazine

Turkey arrests brother of wanted cleric GulenEurope Online MagazineIstanbul (dpa) - Authorities in western Turkey have arrested the brother of cleric Fethullah Gulen, who lives in self-imposed exile in the United States and is blamed by Ankara for a coup attempt, news agency DHA reported on Tuesday. Turkish ...and more »

FETO leader's brother remanded on terror charge - Anadolu Agency;

FETO leader's brother remanded on terror charge - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyFETO leader's brother remanded on terror chargeAnadolu AgencyIZMIR, Turkey (AA) - A Turkish court on Tuesday remanded in custody the brother of Fetullah Gulen, accused by the government of plotting the July 15 deadly coup attempt. Kutbettin Gulen is charged with "being a member of an armed terrorist organization ...and more »