It is "suicide" for Gulen to return to Turkey "EU won't survive under current 3 months ago   26:05

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For more from Conflict Zone go to http://www.dw.com/en/tv/conflict-zone/s-101431
When July's military coup failed in Turkey, the country’s president wasted no time in blaming followers of Fethullah Gulen. But to what extent are the group behind it? Ercan Karakoyun, the director of Gulen’s movement in Germany, is Conflict Zone’s guest this week. #dwZone

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Rumelia
I bet that one glass of water didn't suffice that prick! What a brainwashed tool!
Selman Dinç
As an individual living in Turkey, I appreciate Tim Sebastian asking the crucial points about what happened in Turkey.The interviewee can not even answer your questions in an easy way.
Deep Nation
bak ibneye kemalistler guya yapmis..turkiyem birlik olalim birlik bu piclere karsi..
Safi Hanif
Also, I should mention that in school, my turkish teachers taught me to seriously avoid any sort of cheat and defraud, not only in exams but in every field of life. I remember very well that in national exam for university entrance in Afghanistan, when cheating was rampant in our times and now considerably reduced, my friends and I listened to advices of our teachers and avoided even to chat one question. The result was spectacular: lots of us got the best results. I ranked 26th in an exam attende by tens of thousands. My friends ranked better.
Safi Hanif
Mr. Sebastian, being the sophisticated journalist he is, prefers to take one single decontextualized remark of Mr. Gulen instead of hundreds of pages Gulen has written on the necessity of democracy and human rights. In muslim world, when a scholar defends democracy, there are ignoramous people ready to excommunicate him.Yet, he accepted all the risk in favor of truth, a reality that lots of my westerner fellows would overlook.
Safi Hanif
I have been graduated from a hizmet school in Afganistan and I am an Afghan. We had young turkish teachers who constantly inculcated universal values. They also equipped me with skills to become an international citizen. I know three major foreign languages and many of my peers bear the same properties.
Orçun Gümüş
The best interview about Turkish Coup that i see as english
Rief Thea
Dangerous group
KaDeR BRJ
The FBI style of interviews.
NILUPAER ABUDUKEYOUMU
I just want to point out that the interviewer is very disgusting, he interrupted the person many times. I dont see any experience or feature of an aged journalist. Anyways...
Rakesh Madridsta
Fetullah is the enemy. We dont care about american opinion cus you guys are funding terrorist organisations. The people have chosen and they chose erdogan
doc
Amazing journalist and his awesome interview! Everything he asked and he said is true. Gulen or Hizmet movement whatever, they are more dangerous than were told. Not only Turkey but also where they living is in danger, because they are working for intelligence organizations.
And that is the nice summary: It doesnt make you angels even if Mr. Erdogan has done bad things. 19:19
Panzer P
Its not a level of DW journalism. The moderator acts as an interrogator with loaded questions without even giving a chance to build and present an answer. The prejudice in his questions and assertions is overwhelming. The DW is known for balanced journalism that aims at finding the objective truth, but unfortunately I don't see it in this program. Shame...
YİĞİT ÇITAK
that guy is lying. he is lying non stop. and when he cant say anything to defend his cult, he says crime is individual. SHAME ON YOU
Rashid Hasanov
Journalist doesnt let Gulanist to speak and It seems guy would answer something but his english is not sufficent
TheEnzoferrari12345
Gulen cult worked like a Opus Dei in US , even so like P2 in Italy. They disquised themselves as Kemalists, liberals, even nationalists to seize government positions. That made members of this very dark cult difficult to track and identify. This is one of the main reasons why and how so easily thousands of people who have no ties whatsoever with Gulen cult finding themselves in prisons, losing their jobs. Gulenist's gave a very oppresive government the perfect excuse to get rid of all political opponents .
There s no doubt that Gulenist's are were involved in a lot of hinous crimes to proceed with their political agenda. But it s equally correct to say that they' ve committed all those crimes in collaboration with the current Turkish government who is hunting them all over the world right now. Which doesn't make a lot of sense, as Gulenists and their hunters are equally responsible for all those crimes. End result is total destruction of constitutional system and the rule of law in Turkey...
Y. Kesen
Ulan seccadeye basıp poz verdi hala hizmet ayakları yapıyor, bunların kime hizmet ettiği belli

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You step on seccade ( praying rug) with your shoes and you're still faking ''hizmet (service) movement'', it is obvious to whom you are serving
Tolga Demir
Turkish people know what a piece of shit these Gulenists are. They are hypocrites, liars with no shame at all. Gulenists did much worse than what you hear in this conversation. They stole the questions of several nation level exams and distributed it to their followers before the exams, they fired people from state jobs who do not support their organisation, they fabricated evidence and put thousands of people into jail, they forced businessman to pay tribute to their organisation by threatening, they secretly recorded private videos of politicians and rich people then used those records to reach their goals (once they spread a sex tape of the main opposition party in Turkey and the guy had to resign), they collected money from their followers to use in humanitarian aid projects and used that money for their political agenda... And there is no doubt that Gulenists were behind the failed coup. There were hundreds of Gulenist military men from different ranks who took a part in the failed coup. Some of them have already confessed. By the way, Gulenists did most of these horrible things together with Erdogan until 2013. They are equally responsible for those crimes until 2013. Since 2013 they are accusing each other for the crimes they committed together.

However, there is one difference between a bad Politician with no respect to different opinions and a cult with a secret agenda and no shame. It's easier to get rid of the politician by voting for someone else, but you cannot get rid of a cult if it controls the army, the legislation and the police. Gulenists were so close to achieve this, if the coup was successful they would run Turkey as they wish and it would be extremely difficult to get rid of them later on. On the other hand, it is still much easier get rid of Erdogan, Turkish people are gonna elect someone else when they are tired of listening to the bullshit of Erdogan. In the end, Erdogan is just one guy, Gulenists are probably a million fanatics. A secretive cult is always more dangerous than a single man because a cult is usually a crazy man with thousands or millions of crazy followers.
CSKA memt
amina kodumun şakirti, şu tipe bak aq
enşirin şey
Non-Governised organisations shouldnt be allowed, especially religious communities.
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"EU won't survive under current It is "suicide" for Gulen to return to Turkey 3 months ago   26:06

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