gulen movement

Ahmet Erdi Öztürk, Université de Strasbourg On April 1, Germany launched an investigation into the Diyanet, the Turkish government
  By James M. Dorsey Turkish soccer executives campaigned this month for major constitutional change that would grant President
At the 2005 World Summit, it was affirmed that "each individual State has the responsibility to protect its populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity."
The Justice Ministry has requested Gulen’s arrest for “ordering and leading the coup attempt,” NTV says.
In the movie Judgment at Nuremberg, a Nazi judge has to answer for sacrificing an innocent man to appease the bloodlust of an angry crowd, swearing he had no idea how it would lead to the Holocaust.
Erdogan has addressed the European nations that he claims are calling him a dictator. He stated that his country is suffering because over the last 53 years Europe has ignored his nation's intentions of officially becoming a part of Europe.
An expert on Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric in exile in the U.S., explains the aims and influence of his movement.
First, an acknowledgement: Turkey is as confusing as it is important. Its importance is highlighted by its location -- both
The target of Erdogan's purge -- the movement led by U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen -- is not dangerous. It's one of the most moderate and socially constructive organizations in the Muslim world. In attacking it, Erdogan is planting the seeds for his own destruction.
"Honestly, had there been another person at the same post, the coup might have succeeded."