FETÖ's new headquarters: London

A large number of coupist FETÖ terrorists are controlled from the UK, while others predominantly gather in Canada, Germany and Austria after the foiled coup of July 15

Ersin Çelik
10:57 - 26/09/2016 Monday
Update: 11:04 - 26/09/2016 Monday
Yeni Şafak

The so-called executives of the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) have started to gather in the capital of the United Kingdom, London, aiming at reorganizing the terrorist group following the coup bid of July 15 that targeted Turkey's democratically-elected government.

The far-reaching terrorist group changed the location of their 'headquarters' over fears of the determined deep cleaning of Turkey's institutions under Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who clearly expressed that Turkey will never ever let the terrorist group be reorganized in any country.

As a part of the increasing measures; a large number of FETÖ terrorists fled to the UK, following Talip Büyük, who is called the 'Imam of the Middle East,' while other terrorists took up addresses in Canada, Germany and Austria.

FETÖ members, making fraudulent sales, have been controlled by Büyük, a former Iraqi Imam and the actual Middle East Imam. Büyük is the head of 33 regional Imams who control terrorist activities from London.

While an important part of the terrorist formation is controlled by the UK, some so-called 'journalists' embedded in FETÖ, including the author of Today's Zaman, Bülent Keneş, have fled Turkey with their families by boats which carry Syrian refugees to Greek islands.

The FETÖ members predominantly prefer Germany and Austria, as the Vienna government started to support the fugitives financially with the fund for the political refugees for them to establish a two-language website, while a group of FETÖ members are laying the foundations of a television channel in Germany.

Turkey's post-coup attempt fight against FETÖ

Turkey is fighting against the terrorist organization FETÖ within the country and abroad after the bloody coup bid on July 15 that killed 246 people.

Turkey's President Erdoğan last week said Ankara has been putting all its efforts into being able to show the real face of the FETÖ organization to the world's nations by conducting 7,150 discussions with many parties all around the world.

"As many as 54 of the total meetings were conducted on the presidency level, 71 on the prime ministry level and 410 on the ministerial level. We have made more than 2,000 statements to the press and expressed the situation that Turkey has been through with more than 500 articles via media," he said.

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