Fethullah Gulen challenges Erdogan, calls for international probe into Turkey coup allegations


Date posted: July 18, 2016

 

Fethullah Gulen challenges Erdogan, calls for international probe into Turkey coup allegations, and says will accept findings.

 

Source: Youtube , July 16, 2016


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