The Pennsylvania-based preacher once again imprecated his opponents and defended the members of his shadowy network in his latest sermon. Telling his followers to curse the Turkish officials, he also tried to motivate Gülenists against the recent crackdown on the network’s institutions and members
finance branch of the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ which has tried attacking the Turkish economy, has suffered by losing its supporters. While schools and dorms of the organization are being closed down one by one, support for the organization within the business world is now also faltering. After raids on...
Gülen Movement-linked groups reportedly funded 200 secretly covered trips for members of the U.S. Congress in 2008, since an investigation done by USA TODAY revealed that many of certifying documents for those trips were apparently false.
Robert Amsterdam, whose law firm Amsterdam & Partners, was recently hired by the Republic of Turkey to provide legal assistance in the global investigation into the activities of the U.S.-based Gülen Movement is facing anti-Semitic attacks by agents of the movement on social media, who underscore his Jewish identity in...
With an inquiry into defrauding state funds and abuse of visa applications, the FBI has turned up the heat on schools linked to the controversial Gülen Movement of retired Pennsylvania-based preacher Fethullah Gülen, a prime suspect in terror investigations in Turkey.
The international law firm of Amsterdam & Partners LLP held a press conference on Monday at the National Press Club in Washington to announce their engagement on behalf of the Republic of Turkey to assist in the global investigation into the activities of the U.S.-based Gülen Movement.
It has been discovered that Fethullah Gülen, the leader of the Gülen Movement who claims to base his movement on dialogue and tolerance amongst different religions, has previously made radical remarks encouraging Muslims to destroy "infidels."
While the Gülen movement continues to carry a smear campaign against the Turkish government, a Turkish academic İhsan Yılmaz, known for being linked with the Gülen movement, contradicted himself as he rolled out a set of accusations against the government in recent weeks.