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Commenting article: Turkey 'Used Imams for Data on Gulenists in Bulgaria'

Bulgaria is one of the fourteen EU member states from which Turkey has received data on supporters of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gülen, a Turkish daily reports.

Turkey's Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) has used imams in a number of countries within and outside the EU to gather intelligence about Gülen followers and supporters, according to Hürriyet Daily News.

The total number of countries comprised by the "data collection" - thirty-eight - includes Norway and Switzerland.

Ivailo Ivanov - 9 Dec 2016 // 13:52:14

A dictator is a dictator and at the end the Turks will realize that and will try to remove him from power. But before that Erdogan will annihilate all traces of the Turkish secularism and the Turkish religious pluralism will be dead too.There will be one very angry, very confused and full of testosterone and adrenaline nation.. there will be no professors no people of science and technology no moderate religious leaders in Turkey ready to lead it towards balanced and peaceful development.. And than in the chaos ISIS or some of its reincarnation will come to Turkey in full force,, On the threshold of Europe and inside Europe real jihad without any moderation will attack Europe.. It is what the European countries have to think about,, and Turkey is inside Europen now.. it is the European families.. Germany is really really dependent on Turkey..

Ivailo Ivanov - 9 Dec 2016 // 13:59:23

We knew this even at the time when Mehmet Ali Ağca shot the Polish pope and the west blamed us for that... we knew that the west will f....k itself .......

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