- President Erdogan has accused Gulen of trying to set up ‘parallel state’
- US-based Gulen says Erdogan is leading Turkey towards totalitarianism
The Turkish government has cancelled the passport of ally-turned-foe Fethullah Gulen, local media reported on Tuesday, the latest salvo in a bitter feud between the US-based Muslim cleric and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
nytimes.com – Fethullah Gulen – Feb 3 – SAYLORSBURG, Pa. — It is deeply disappointing to see what has become of Turkey in the last few years. Not long ago, it was the envy of Muslim-majority countries: a viable candidate for the European Union on its path to becoming a functioning…
What Turned Erdogan Against the West?
U.S. News & World Report
In the same era, the argument that Turkey should move closer to Russia instead of the EU was promoted by neonationalist generals, who would be implicated in the alleged Ergenekoncoup plot to overthrow the AKP. Mourners gather for the funeral of four .
CHP Vice Chairman Sezgin Tanrıkulu has said women lack representation at the Constitutional Court, following the retirement of the sole female at the court due to a restriction on age.
Resistance in 2013.
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