Gulenists’ role in Zarrab, Atilla cases

“Evidence” cited in the Iran Sanctions, or Hakan Atilla case, formerly known as the Reza Zarrab case, have been provided by the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), who illegally smuggled documents from Turkey to the US.

What is really behind the Iran Sanctions Case?

It all began in April 2013 with a letter written by an effective group of members in the US House of Representatives to former US Secretary of State John Kerry and the US Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew. The letter, which mostly bared the signatures of the opposing republicans, stated that Turkey had violated sanctions the US had imposed on Iran.

Change in Germany’s Political Dynamics and its Effect on Turkish Citizens

If the grand coalition is established and if it takes into consideration Ankara’s on-going willingness to cooperate more closely with Berlin, and thus materializes this opportunity, the German business community as well as her citizens will benefit from this to a great deal. As for Germany herself, it seems that any alternative scenario other than such a grand coalition would apparently force the country into a prolonged state of political crisis.

12-year imprisonment for FETO leader’s lawyer

A court in Izmir sentenced the lawyer of Fetullah Gulen, the leader of Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), to 12 years in prison. The lawyer Feti Un was slapped a sentence of eight years in jail initially, but it has now been increased to 12 years in accordance to the Counterterror Act.