• Fethullah Gulen: Turkey’s Eroding Democracy (op-ed in NY Times)

    Fethullah Gulen: Turkey’s Eroding Democracy (op-ed in NY Times)

    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 democracy that upholds universal human rights, gender equality, the rule of law and the rights of Kurdish and non-Muslim citizens.
  • Gulen-inspired NGO opens health and education complex in Uganda

    Gulen-inspired NGO opens health and education complex in Uganda

    Active in 113 countries in the world, Turkish humanitarian aid group Kimse Yok Mu has completed construction of the state-of-the-art health and education complex across in Uganda’s second largest city, Jinja. The Nile Hospital will also be servicing other countries in the region. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was in attendance at the opening of the Nile Hospital.
  • Gülen movement discussed at EP in light of recent political developments in Turkey

    Gülen movement discussed at EP in light of recent political developments in Turkey

    A panel discussion was organized by the Brussels-based Intercultural Dialogue Platform in the European Parliament (EP) to give information about the faith-based Gülen movement, also known as the Hizmet movement, especially within the framework of recent developments in Turkish politics.
  • Erdogan pushes to close down Gulen-inspired Turkish schools in Africa

    Erdogan pushes to close down Gulen-inspired Turkish schools in Africa

    Turkish President Erdogan is pressing ahead for the closure of Turkish schools affiliated with the Gülen movement (aka Hizmet movement) in African countries. There are more than 100 Gülen-inspired schools in Africa, as well as other parts of the world. The government praised these schools in the past as key institutions promoting Turkish culture abroad.
  • Turkish schools get award for advanced study in Benin, Mongolia

    Turkish schools get award for advanced study in Benin, Mongolia

    “The Turkish school is the sole contributor that makes Benin's reputation high via its students, who are successful in international [educational] Olympiads,” the president said in a written statement.

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