Turkey asks for the extradition of over 400 FETO fugitives across the globe.
The wave of new military operations conducted by Turkey to clear the east of the Euphrates River from all terrorist (PKK) elements will be a test on how “healthy” relations between Turkey and the U.S. are.
Future relations between Turkey and the U.S. will depend on the successful navigation of diplomacy around these minefields and the effective use of opportunities.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu repeated Turkey’s call to extradite high profile FETO members in Cambodia.
If terror is the use of violence by non-state actors targeting civilians in order to achieve their political objectives, Gulenists did this on the night of July 15 in 2016 and, hence, they are a textbook example of terrorist organizations – a very innovative one.
Turkish security forces have arrested more than 30,000 suspects in the past nine months for their links to the PKK/KCK terror group and FETO.
FETO members in Kyrgyzstan, along with fugitives from Turkey, have accumulated enough power to darken the country’s future.
While President Trump is generally criticized for his “crude and obnoxious” tone, he perfectly represents U.S. policies with this very tone.
A report published by the SETA Foundation aims to be of use to individuals responsible for combating FETO infiltration to provide insight into the strategies they employed throughout their decades long insidious permeation into key government institutions.
Greece – a country that has witnessed several military coups, and Germany – one of the founding countries of the EU, have welcomed military coup plotters who staged the July 15 coup attempt in Turkey.