Turkey puts clergy from function

Turkey puts clergy from function

World July 26, 2016 11:12

ankara - The Turkish state agency for religious affairs has put since the failed coup of July 15 1112 employees from their duties.

Among them are preachers and teachers of the Koran, said the institution Tuesday.

The Turkish authorities accuse the living Islamic preacher and scholar Fethullah Gülen of being behind the coup attempt in the US, which certainly 246 people were killed. Gülen, who denies the allegations in Turkey has built up an extensive network of supporters, schools, charities and businesses for decades.
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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told that two ambassadors, currently residing in Ankara, have put out their duties.

The Turkish authorities have since July 15 over 60 000 soldiers, police officers, judges, teachers, civil servants and others suspended, fired or put in prison.

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