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Turkish nationals in Bangladesh living in fear

In a recent press conference, Ambassador Devrim Öztürk claimed that some Turkish nationals in Dhaka, in particular those working at the Turkish Hope School, were involved with what he called the Gülenist Terror Organisation (FETÖ). Foreign Ministry officials who spoke to the Dhaka Tribune said they saw the ambassador’s request as a violation of diplomatic norms.

Fethullah Gulen issued messages of condolence for victims of the ISIS attacks in Iraq and Bangladesh

I condemn in the strongest terms the brutal terrorist attacks that took place in Baghdad, Iraq, and Dhaka, Bangladesh, that claimed the lives of hundreds of innocent civilians, including many children. These attacks are grave crimes against humanity and carve deep wounds in our society’s collective consciousness.

Hizmet school in Bangladesh receives the International Arch of Europe Award

International Turkish Hope School received the International Arch of Europe Award in the Gold Category Recognized for Commitment to Quality, Leadership, Technology and Innovation, International Turkish Hope School of Bangladesh was presented the IAE International Arch of Europe Award to acknowledge strong commitment to quality and excellence.

Kimse Yok Mu did not forget Bangladeshis in Eid al-Adha

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation remembered the needy Bangladeshi in this Eid al-Adha, like it has always done. Those in need received beef donations on the first day of the eid across the nation. Local officials in the city Chadpur, including the governor İsmail Hossain and chair of Dakka Chamber of Commerce, too joined the distributions in person, besides giving away their own donations.

Bangladesh’s Turkish school student becomes first in world math exam

Mostafa, who was up against nine million students from 110 nations, became first in Edexcel IGCSE exam. Mostafa is a 10th grade student from Bangladesh’s International Hope Turkish School and he received his award from Bangladesh’s London ambassador.

Turkish schools hold 4th annual Bengali Olympics

In his remarks, Professor Nasir said, “I’ve been to many schools in the past 40 years. The best one among them, I believe, is Turkish Hope School. The Turkish people are not into money. They are supporting their families and doing their best for others at the same time, which presents a good example for my people.”

Karınca Yuvası (Ant Nest) from Turkish designers to Bangladeshi orphans

Eleven designers came together at a recent charity event coordinated by fashion designer Esra Seziş and actor Taylan Güner. There, they made a unanimous decision that each designer would create three pieces for auction, the revenue from which would be donated to orphans in need. They called this pact Karınca Yuvası (Ant Nest). The intention was sincere, and the results were magnificent.

Kimse Yok Mu’s Eid al-Adha worldwide aid efforts continue

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation gave away Eid al-Adha meat to the needy in Venezuela’s largest slum, Petare, in the capital Caracas. The foundation’s volunteers who reached out to over 3,500 families were well received by the inhabitants. Malian Ministers attended the Eid al-Adha aid event co-organized by Kimse Yok Mu Foundation and the local Malian-Turkish Horizon Schools.

Kimse Yok Mu officials hand out aid with flashlights in rain

MEHMET YAMAN Despite the heavy rain, Kimse Yok Mu, a Turkish charity, continued distributing aid packages throughout the night with the aid of flashlights to Rohingya Muslims who have taken shelter in the Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh from the ongoing violence in their home country, Myanmar. Having distributed aid packages to 23,000 Rohingya Muslim […]

Bangladeshi professor published his second book on Fethullah Gulen

Professor Khan considers Gulen more of a scholar than a sufi but like a sufi his compassion encompasses everyone. He does not have prejudice against anybody. He also asserts that Gulen never permits the political exploitation of Islam. Maimul Ahsan Khan, professor of Islamic Law, expounds Fethullah Gulen whom he got to know through a book in […]

Bangladeshi scholar publishes book on Gülen

İBRAHIM SAĞIR, DHAKA A ceremony celebrating the publication of a book called “Introducing Fethullah Gülen to the Bengal and Beyond” by Professor Maimul Ahsan Khan was held at the Turkish Cultural Center in Dhaka on Saturday. Focused on the life, ideas and work of Gülen, who was selected as the world’s top intellectual by the […]

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