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Gov’t pressure to shut down Turkish schools sparks outcry

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government’s attempts to shut down Turkish schools abroad that are affiliated with the Hizmet movement, which is inspired by the teachings of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gülen, have sparked an outcry among opposition figures and diplomats, who criticize the government for “abusing education because of personal hostility.”

Turkey’s Erdogan attempts to have Gambia close down Turkish schools

Turkish PM allegedly agreed to give Gambia $500 million to convince to shut down Turkish schools, as part of Erdogan Regime’s plans to crackdown on civil society in Turkey. It’s also revealed that Erdogan misinformed Gambian President as saying “all Turkish schools abroad have been shut down accept for those in Gambia”.

Turkish Biggest NGO [ Kimse Yok Mu] Chief Discloses Plans to Extend to Gambia

The general secretary of Turkey’s biggest international humanitarian non-governmental organisation – Kimse Yok Mu, (a Turkish parlance meaning in English “isn’t there anyone”) has disclosed plans to extend the charity’s operations to The Gambia, Liberia and Sierra Leone amongst other West African countries.

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