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Ankara announces activity of Gulen structures in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan

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Turkish media reported on the first group burials, which today were held at the so-called "cemetery of traitors." We are talking about the object, which was created in the vicinity of Istanbul with the aim of carrying out on it the burial of the dead participants of the attempted coup. According to recent data, the total number of dead rebels is 104 man. The first "individual" burial at a special object near Istanbul were carried out at the beginning of the week.


Ankara announces activity of Gulen structures in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan


Turkish police are closely watching so that anyone does not even think to bring flowers to this cemetery. The opportunity for foreign journalists to enter the facility’s territory is provided selectively, and with special passes.

Against this background, the Turkish authorities continue to publish materials on the activities of structures associated with Fethullah Gulen, who is suspected of organizing a coup attempt. The Anadolu news agency publishes material stating that structures loyal to Gülen work not only in the United States, but also in the territory of the CIS countries. So, we are talking about the activities of several educational centers in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. The article states that these centers (Ankara considers them terrorist) in Kazakhstan are working under the care of the Kazakh-Turkish Education Foundation (KATEV), which receives funding from the Hizmet structure, whose leader Gulen is.

Of material:
As part of KATEV in the cities of Karaganda, Zhezkazgan, Shymkent, Kyzylorda, Taldykorgan, Taraz, Astana, Alma-ata, Atyrau, Aktau, Ust-Kamenogorsk, as well as in the East Kazakhstan and Karaganda regions there are 29 lyceums, university, college, primary and high school.


The report says that the Gülen organization is trying to get funding from Kazakhstani business representatives.

With such statements, Turkey is clearly trying to set up against the activities of the Gülen structures not only the United States, but also Russia and its closest allies.
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  1. Abbra
    Abbra 29 July 2016 16: 19
    -2
    Sultans are always afraid of a knife in the back, or poison in coffee, or Gulen's president ...
    1. ALABAY45
      ALABAY45 29 July 2016 16: 28
      -9
      Well, or Putin, as God ... No ?! winkFear, he is ....
    2. dumpy15
      dumpy15 29 July 2016 16: 37
      -1
      From Gülen in Istanbul, they make the second Bin Laden (or Trotsky?), Only Turkish bottling for the same domestic political purpose.
      1. Pirogov
        Pirogov 29 July 2016 16: 39
        +3
        Quote: dumpy15
        From Gülen in Istanbul, they make the second Bin Laden (or Trotsky?), Only Turkish bottling for the same domestic political purpose.

        So Gulen is no different from Bin Laden, the same American height!
        1. sgazeev
          sgazeev 29 July 2016 18: 53
          +1
          Quote: Pirogov
          Quote: dumpy15
          From Gülen in Istanbul, they make the second Bin Laden (or Trotsky?), Only Turkish bottling for the same domestic political purpose.

          So Gulen is no different from Bin Laden, the same American height!

          Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sharply criticized the statement of the head of the US Central Command General Joseph Watel regarding the arrest of the Turkish military after an attempted coup.

          Earlier, Wotel expressed concern that many of the Turkish military, with whom the American side worked, were behind bars.

          “The whole world sees us standing guard over democracy. But some are worried about those who are behind bars. One general from an important US agency says they are imprisoning the military with whom he was in contact. It's none of your business, who are you? ” - said Erdogan, speaking in the suburbs of Ankara Gelbashi.

          He reproached the American general for “becoming close to the conspirators” while being in the country where the “main rebel” lives (whom the opposition preacher Fethullah Gulen is considered in Ankara).
          1. Mahmut
            Mahmut 30 July 2016 05: 17
            0
            It's none of your business, who are you? ” - said Erdogan,

            Too bad I didn't finish the phrase "Let's go bye!"
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        3. Normal ok
          Normal ok 30 July 2016 11: 40
          0
          Quote: Pirogov
          Quote: dumpy15
          From Gülen in Istanbul, they make the second Bin Laden (or Trotsky?), Only Turkish bottling for the same domestic political purpose.

          So Gulen is no different from Bin Laden, the same American height!

          Just for fun: what do you know about Gulen? Did you even hear about him at least six months ago?
      2. PKK
        PKK 29 July 2016 17: 08
        +2
        Russia perfectly understands the scale and role of "Gulen" in the modern world, and therefore cooperates with Turkey. Neutralization of Gulen is a necessary condition for defeating ISIS,
        1. ALABAY45
          ALABAY45 29 July 2016 18: 27
          -2
          Thank you! hi I thought I wouldn’t fall asleep ... And, here, "Russia understood perfectly well" ... God grant you health ... well, and some brains ... hi
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 29 July 2016 18: 00
      -1
      Why are they only "trying to turn Russia against the USA" (yeah, bosom friends)? The Turks speak directly about this. Check first. then reject.
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 29 July 2016 20: 42
        -2
        The downside is that Gulen’s followers are already on the site. belay
    4. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 29 July 2016 18: 41
      -2
      Quote: Abbra
      Sultans are always afraid of a knife in the back, or poison in coffee, or Gulen's president ...

      The correct course of Erdogash. The materials were on the table, now the moment is right to use. Break the enemy’s game, help Moscow, soon bow, but empty-handed like that ...
  2. sever.56
    sever.56 29 July 2016 16: 19
    +4
    It's good to drive a blizzard ...
    Otherwise, we do not know how the "Mejlis" and other structures were created in Crimea, and who financed them. The same is with Turkish structures in the republics of Central Asia and Kazakhstan. Only the state with its financial capabilities and intelligence is capable of creating such structures in other countries in which they want to change the government, and not some "gulens" ... Gulen is far from Soros, with his gigantic financial capabilities, connections and leverage.
    It's just that Erdogan is in a stalemate - Europe seems to want to completely throw him away and he is trying to establish relations with Russia and the current regimes in Central Asia and Kazakhstan. He has nowhere to go, so he closes his projects there.
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 32
      -2
      Quote: sever.56
      Only the state with its financial capabilities and intelligence is capable of creating such structures in other countries, in which they want to change the government, and not some "gulens" ...

      What are you saying !!! )))))
      About 5 yards from the CIA to the banderlogs, their training camps to recall and subsequent events?
      1. sever.56
        sever.56 29 July 2016 16: 43
        +4
        Quote: Bramb
        What are you saying !!! )))))

        I didn’t drink for brotherhood with you, so that you would turn to me for “You”. Don't be rude!

        And now, in essence, what you wrote:
        Quote: Bramb
        About 5 yards from the CIA to the banderlogs, their training camps to recall and subsequent events?

        Are the CIA, the NSA and the FBI private stores ???
        In my opinion, these are very state offices, the budget of which is approved by the US Congress and Senate, the US President signs it, and all expenses of these state organizations are controlled by the aforementioned authorities. Consequently - this was done by the state, and not by any individual John Smith - a private person.
        1. Bramb
          Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 48
          +1
          Oh how! Well, then "you" in the singular must be written with a capital letter, otherwise it turns out that you see me in several faces. )))

          Secondly, Gehlen in this case is only a conductor of other structures that act absolutely similar to banderlogs. One circuit! You did not notice this, our drinker! )))
          No, I can paint what I wrote in detail about five sheets. I was hoping to meet some knowledgeable people here so as not to write memoirs. Sorry, missed it.
          1. sever.56
            sever.56 29 July 2016 17: 03
            +2
            Quote: Bramb
            Oh how! Well, then "you" in the singular must be written with a capital letter, otherwise it turns out that you see me in several faces. )))

            I was not mistaken in writing "you" with a small letter. This is in response to your rudeness.



            Quote: Bramb
            Secondly, Gehlen in this case is only a conductor of other structures that act absolutely similar to banderlogs.

            Who acts, structures, or banderlogs?

            Quote: Bramb
            You did not notice this, our drinker!

            But this is a frank gateway rudeness ...
            Why did you make such a conclusion, and even if I was a drunk and drunk (although this is not so), no one gave you the right to publicly insult people.
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            2. Stas157
              Stas157 29 July 2016 17: 24
              +4
              Quote: sever.56
              Quote: Bramb
              You did not notice this, our drinker!
              But this is a frank gateway rudeness ...
              Why did you make such a conclusion

              He just really wants to take it, and most importantly, that others believe in it!)) He thinks that it elevates him!))
          2. Cat man null
            Cat man null 29 July 2016 17: 37
            +1
            Quote: Bramb
            Well then "you" in the singular must be capitalized, but it turns out that you see me in several faces

            - Figwam (such an Indian house):

            Quote: Is it possible when you refer to one person to write you, yours with a small letter?
            The use of the pronoun you instead of you when referring to one person in itself already represents a manifestation of respect for this person. The final decision to write you with a capital (to emphasize this respectful attitude) is made by the author of the text

      2. ando_bor
        ando_bor 29 July 2016 18: 02
        0
        5 yards from the CIA banderlog

        - army, media, education - school teachers and university professors, governors and smaller officials, look at Turkey and see how the fifth column looks, in the Ukrainian version it is also oligarchs, banderlogs are there too, but they are not in the forefront of financing stood.
  3. oldseaman1957
    oldseaman1957 29 July 2016 16: 20
    0
    Report ... structures loyal to Gulen work not only in the USA, but also in the territory of the CIS countries.

    The practical benefits of "friendship" with Turkey. - Nothing personal just business...
  4. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 29 July 2016 16: 26
    +2
    What exactly is in Kazakhstan .. And in Azerbaijan, whose structures? Erdoganovets?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 29 July 2016 17: 57
      +1
      Quote: dmi.pris
      And in Azerbaijan, whose structures? Erdoganovets?

      And in Azerbaijan the only more or less independent TV has already been closed, for an interview with Gulen.
      They closed the university, which was one of the best in the Republic.
  5. Bramb
    Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 30
    +2
    The activated and clearly organized, planned terrorist acts in Kazakhstan recently have not been random. It fits into this scheme.
  6. svp67
    svp67 29 July 2016 16: 33
    0
    Ankara announces activity of Gulen structures in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan
    I’m wondering, this Turkish passage should probably be understood as the fact that if Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan do not cover these "structures", then they will not have to rely on good relations with Turkey?
    about the first group graves that were held today in the so-called "traitor cemetery".
    Such cemeteries have an interesting feature when, when changing the regime, their name changes to "memorial of heroes". In general, how democratic everything is ...
    1. ohtandur
      ohtandur 29 July 2016 16: 42
      +2
      it was not for nothing that Erdogan said that it was a coup "a gift from Allah." He knew that this would cover a lot, write off, deal with it ... And most importantly - go and understand where he is telling the truth and where he is lying .. maybe where he really is under the patronage of the United States, but only vague doubts torment me that Erdogan did not know about it never used the fruits of these works before. And right now it is a scam .. and if you are not the first to throw, then you will be thrown .. well, Erdogan is ahead of the whole planet ..
    2. DenZ
      DenZ 29 July 2016 17: 40
      +1
      Quote: svp67
      I’m wondering, this Turkish passage should probably be understood as the fact that if Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan do not cover these "structures", then they will not have to rely on good relations with Turkey?

      Erdogan is unlikely to have serious business with Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. I think that this is primarily a transparent hint to us on what sphere of our interests we should pay attention to. Erdogan clearly now needs to make friends with Russia from here and such passages.
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  7. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 29 July 2016 16: 36
    0
    Turkey specifically reoriented. Erdogan realized that he had no friends at all. America and that betrayed him, it is obvious.
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 29 July 2016 20: 26
      +1
      Quote: dchegrinec
      Turkey specifically reoriented. Erdogan realized that he had no friends at all. America and that betrayed him, it is obvious.

      Erdogan pursued a policy of neo-Ottomanism, where democracy and governance from the United States were not around, that caused American anger. And Gulen’s structures were just a tool, the Americans didn’t have the focus to eliminate Erdogan with Russian hands, so plan B was used
  8. Khariton
    Khariton 29 July 2016 16: 36
    -2
    Let them understand at home, but we ourselves here somehow without the Ottomans ..
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 42
      +2
      Good for you!
      Do not appoint an older sergeant!
    2. Bramb
      Bramb 29 July 2016 17: 10
      +2
      Sorry if offended.
      It’s not the rank, it’s the politics in question.
      But in political matters, categoricalness in general is a sign of complete and absolute incompetence. And serious states simply must have influence everywhere !!! Therefore, we cannot afford to admit "let them figure it out themselves."
  9. Peacemaker
    Peacemaker 29 July 2016 16: 38
    +1
    Cemetery of traitors ... Wildness! It was necessary to hang the bodies on the pillars so that everyone could see! Relatives of what are to blame? Why can not we adequately bury man, whoever he is? So they will oppose the people even more against themselves. And still play out ...
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 41
      0
      Common Thought!
      First, to shoot the rebels, and then those who come to their funeral.
      Erdogan is weak, whatever you say. in terms of intrigue, rather weak ...
      1. Bramb
        Bramb 29 July 2016 16: 57
        +1
        And what are we minus?
        Erdogan couldn’t even agree with NATO, fulfilling their decrees, couldn’t calculate the obvious options for the consequences, couldn’t make an elementary setup for the rebels, but allegedly muddied such a coup! )))) And what kind of idiom believes in this ?!
  10. Turkir
    Turkir 29 July 2016 17: 06
    +2
    About how many wonderful revelations - in recent years we have learned ... from Erdogan.
    It would be so long ago.
  11. viktor.
    viktor. 29 July 2016 17: 11
    +3
    and what about the Turks? rather, in the person of US Gulen, the West began to merge the Ottomans openly yes
  12. marshes
    marshes 29 July 2016 17: 38
    +1
    It’s interesting about Kazakhstan, I’ve heard about Kyrgyzstan.
    How Gulen’s organization can influence, maybe it’ll be lowered to us. laughing So it is in Kyrgyzstan. laughing
    Turks have long been a "milking" cow for us. laughing
    Son-in-law of the Turks, damn happiness, you can "milk" .... but in life, resorts are boring. laughing I want something new. laughing
  13. marshes
    marshes 29 July 2016 17: 49
    0
    In general, I remembered the organization "Tsepilin", Gelena. So it seems it was called.
    After 2 MV, the war was organized by the CIA and former SS and SD officers, and Verkhmat intelligence ABVER, it seems.
  14. 1st_user
    1st_user 29 July 2016 18: 26
    0
    That's it, sailed! Fethullah Gulen - The New Bin Laden!
  15. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 29 July 2016 19: 46
    +3
    I personally do not like perdogan or this Gulen - both are provocateurs, both are cunning anus snakes. And the fact that the Turks had long ago bought up all the big business in Kyrgyzstan was known even in the first decade of the two thousandth. Yes, and Atambayev has large enterprises in Turkey, he is tied with the Turks worse than with anyone else. And thanks to the "vigorous activity" of the Russian diplomats there, the only thing that keeps the Kyrgyz Republic in tandem with the Russian Federation is a common history (which is being actively rewritten according to the Ukrainian script by some "people's academicians") and the Russian language (which, thanks to the "active support" of the Russian Federation, will soon be forgotten in the south of the republic) will gradually cease to play a significant role and will give way to Chinese and Turkish projects, which are much more successful.
  16. 501Legion
    501Legion 29 July 2016 20: 03
    0
    Well, in Bishkek, this topic has already been discussed for a week. and in general there are many who are against the closure of Turkish institutions.
    1. Comrade Glebov
      Comrade Glebov 29 July 2016 21: 00
      -1
      And rightly so, that against. Nowhere to work. Salaries, as I recall, so startled. And foreigners pay.
  17. Man7
    Man7 30 July 2016 09: 58
    0
    For completeness of understanding https://tengrinews.kz/kazakhstan_news/mon-rk-otreagirovali-vyiskazyivanie-posla-
    turtsii-299601 /
  18. Man7
    Man7 30 July 2016 10: 03
    0
    You should not take statements at face value and pour mud on what you do not know. Kazakh-Turkish lyceums in Kazakhstan secular educational institutions, intellectual schools. By analogy, there are Russian-German schools in the Russian Federation; official Germany is not quite facing the Russian Federation. Close them too?
    1. Varies
      Varies 31 July 2016 12: 23
      0
      Are you sure that all Kazakh-Turkish are "secular"? I myself am from Almaty, studied at the institute on Isaeva-Oktyabrskaya until Islamization began there. The elder sister worked there as a teacher, she also left there after they began to introduce Sharia norms, all women and girls were obliged to wear headscarves (they are hijabs), even students, boys / girls, were forbidden to communicate "close" at the institute and other heresy up to prayers during the break between couples.
      The fact that KTL and others, nurseries of Islamism have been saying for a long time, so if they are closed or reprofiled into secular institutions there will be only +.
  19. Retvizan
    Retvizan 30 July 2016 11: 46
    0
    Here the Turks are itching to. Everywhere enemies .. everywhere you need to have time to make yourself enemies. Ukrainian school for immigrants from Asia - enemies (they say the "wrong Turks" were there and carried the "wrong honey")
    Now the RK was "guilty" too, probably also "wrong schools"
    They haven’t touched the builders there yet - maybe Gulen too?
    The usual hysteria during the sweeps. "Enemies were everywhere, even in the bedroom. And we just exposed them in a moment."