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Muhammed Fethullah Gülen is a Turkish Islamic scholar, preacher, de facto leader of the Gülen movement, and former centrist political figure now Turkish fugitive.
A Turkish court on Wednesday sentenced 32 people, including former soldiers, to life in jail for their involvement in the 2016 defeated coup, semi-official Anadolu Agency reported.
Ankara, March 23 Turkish authorities on Tuesday detained at least 150 suspected supporters of US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah ...
Istanbul, Feb 17 Turkish police on Wednesday detained 30 suspects here over their alleged link to a network believed ...
New evidence was revealed by the Swedish Nordic Monitor website on Turkey's close association with terrorist organisations, Daesh (ISIS) in particular, in order to fulfil its own ambitions, agendas and defeat its political opponents.
Ankara, Sep 25 Turkish prosecutors on Friday ordered the detention of at least 76 academics over their alleged ...
M Behzad Fatmi, a Turkish political expert and commentator, has said that those people who are not throwing their weight behind the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are given a very severe punishment and is dubbed as a follower of the US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, whose Gulen movement has been blamed by Ankara for the failed 2016 coup bid and is designated as a "terrorist orgsation".
Turkey and India, though not the best of friends, have been trying for the past three decades to overcome their differences, and strike a balance in ties, with a little give and take from both sides. But the relation appears to have nosedived of late under the Presidentship of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has taken on the mantle of becoming a "global Islamic leader".
A Court here on Thursday awarded life imprisonment to 128 people, including 17 top former military officials, accused of participating in Turkey's failed coup attempt three years ago aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.