Gülen Movement stands against the peace process in Turkey / SECRET AGREEMENT ERDOGAN & ÖCALAN ?

Kako Ibrahim – BasNews, Erbil – 2-3-2014 – Turkish Samanyolu TV and Gülen Movement media director, Abdullah Abdülkadir-oğlu, has said that Turkey is on the verge of being torn in different directions by Erdoğan government. He believes that the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ocalan will soon be released by the Turkish government and along with that Ankara supporting the Pro-Kurdish party, Peace and Democratic Party (BDP) in the election.

Furthermore the writer believes Gülen Movement stands against Kurdish issue more than Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) does.

Tensions between Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Turkish preacher, politician and Islamic opinion leader, Muhammed Fethullah Gülen have increased. Gülen Movement supporters at Turkish STV Channel accused Erdoğan of having a secret agreement with the PKK and Ocalan. Oğlu recently Tweeted about this, writing: “the government supports terrorist more than anything else. Autonomy has already been declared in the Southern East of Turkey, freeing Ocalan is the last step.”

“In those places where there are less BDP supporters, they support the Justice and Development Party (AKP). Both AKP and BDP have agreed on autonomy,” he wrote. He also tweeted: “Tearing Turkey apart is a very big deal, but it has been veiled in order not to be revealed to the community.”  Writer and Expert in the Middle East, Nawzad Bingöl told BasNews that: “Gülen Movement supporters are doing their best to stand against the Kurdish issue in Turkey. The main reason behind their problems with the Turkish government is the peace process.”Bingöl noted that Gülen Movement is against the Kurdish peace process because they believe that this will tear Turkey apart. He also believes that the Gülen Movement has created enemies for the Kurds through their media. “STV Channel often attacks Kurds and creates fear in the mind of the people regarding Turkey falling apart,” said Bingöl.