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DW
European experts skeptical of the Gulen movement |become global, with a presence in over 100 countries. Some experts compare the
European experts skeptical of the Gulen movement |
DW / Posted 5 days ago
become global, with a presence in over 100 countries. Some experts compare the Gulen movement to the Catholic institution Opus Dei or the Mormon Church, while others draw similarities with the Church of Scientology, which is monitored by Germany's... Read more
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DW
MoMA to honor Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar with retrospective |of a mother whose adult daughter joins a sect and breaks off contact. In "Juli
MoMA to honor Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar with retrospective |
DW / Posted 7 days ago
of a mother whose adult daughter joins a sect and breaks off contact. In "Julieta," Almodóvar takes Catholic organization Opus Dei to task, which for him is the "largest and most dangerous sect in Spain," as he recently told German magazine... Read more
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BBC News
Turkey failed coup: Who are the Gulenists?to find jobs in the public and private sector." And what of allegations that t
Turkey failed coup: Who are the Gulenists?
BBC News / Posted 26 days ago
to find jobs in the public and private sector." And what of allegations that the movement is a sect, a sort of Turkish Opus Dei?Image caption For Turkish government supporters, Mr Gulen is a hated figure - this sign calls him a "traitor" "I... Read more
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FOX News
The faith of young believers: World Youth Day unites the pope with the deeply inspiredown "amazing" experiences. Today she lives in Dublin and received the opportuni
The faith of young believers: World Youth Day unites the pope with the deeply inspired
FOX News / Posted 29 days ago
own "amazing" experiences. Today she lives in Dublin and received the opportunity to join a group of young Irish girls from Opus Dei. "I started growing more in my faith in ways I didn't even know I could," said Glick. "I started to realize just... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Turkey dossier: What you should read to understand the post-coup crackdownruling Justice and Development Party had a ready list of suspected Gulen suppor
The Turkey dossier: What you should read to understand the post-coup crackdown
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
ruling Justice and Development Party had a ready list of suspected Gulen supporters – a network he compared to the Catholic Opus Dei – even before the putsch attempt. Ankara puts the blame on an old ally Ankara accused Fethullah Gulen, a reclusive... Read more

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