Turkish media continue campaign against Islamic preacher Fetullaha Gulen

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The Turkish news media continue campaign against the Islamic preacher Fetullaha Gulen, called by some journalists "Trojan horse of the Vatican".

A number of nationalist Turkish newspapers, in particular the "Sabah", posted a theory of a journalist Agyl Alesenger. In his article entitled "The quiet invasion”, Alesenger claims that the movement based by Gülen "Khizmat" carries on the Vatican's plans to penetrate into the Islamic world.

As to the Turkish journalist, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is at the head of this plan. As "proof" to hiss theory, Alesenger cited Gulen's words of praise addressed to the Pope, as well as the statements of John Paul II, where the pontiff said that that the third millennium would become the era of the Gospel preaching in Asia.

Earlier, another journalist Mine Kirikkanat published in the newspaper "Cumhuriyet" a hypothesis that Gülen was a "secret cardinal". Another target for the Turkish news media remained the Orthodox Patriarchate of Constantinople.

Last week, the "Yeni Safak" newspaper recalled that the news agency "Cihan", being close to Gülen, was following with "sympathy" the fate of a theological school on the island of Halki, closed by the Turkish authorities 45 years ago.

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