Jun 10, 2013
Gulen movement is a civil movement characterized by a high degree of religious motivation. [Religious] communities in Turkey serve three functions: they democratize society, help society participate in modernization, and civilize society.
May 28, 2013
The possible tension between the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and the Gülen movement is what the pro-guardianship figures desire most.
Apr 18, 2013
Mr. Fethullah Gulen has been named as one of TIME Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world in 2013. TIMEr ecognized Gulen for "preaching a message of tolerance that has won him admirers around the world."
Apr 03, 2013
The Gulen movement and Cem Foundation of Alevite community have agreed to launch an important project.
Mar 26, 2013
Hizmet's only expectations from political authority are: EU process must be kept alive and democratization must be achieved; rights and freedoms are improved; ongoing fight against military tutelage is completed; and a new constitution...
Mar 18, 2013
"Bahoz Erdal" code-named Fehman Hussein, who represents the most bloody wing of the PKK terrorist organization and the organization's Syrian wing, directs preposterous accusations to the Gulen movement and the police.
Mar 13, 2013
Ergun Poyraz, defendant detainee of Ergenekon Trial, was fined for violating the rights of Fethullah Gulen, in his book "The Imam in America".
Mar 07, 2013
A new dialogue institute has been launched within Eurasia State University in Astana. The institute is jointly founded by Dialogue Eurasia Platform, Kazakhstan Historians Association, Kazakhstan Theologians Association and Kazakh TV.
Feb 25, 2013
If there is a Turkish factor in Iraq Kurdistan (North Iraq), Gulen movement volunteers made an enormous contribution to this for almost 20 years. In spite of terrible conditions, they founded the first [Gulen-inspired] school in 1994 in Arbil.
Feb 06, 2013
Turkish teacher living only 100 miles away from the hot zone in Mali told that they never even thought about leaving the area. The Oter and Mutlu families are the only two Turkish families living in Segou, a town very close to the hot zone in Mali.