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What Trump Extradite Fetullah gulen to Turkey?
Ajay Mohan
2017-01-13
Region : MiddleEast-NorthAfrica,
Issue : Security, Terrorism,
Result of the U.S. election showed the unexpected victory in the U.S. election. Donald Trump would become 45th president of the United States of America. We have to except the fact and salute the democratic power . But this election was very closely watching except U.S. that was Turkey. Because Turkey’s most wanted is living in the U.S. called Fetullah Gulen (FETO). In this election clearly showed that FETO workers was working for Democrats and against Republicans. Being one of the lesser-known member of this "losers' club," the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) and its fugitive figures, who publicly expressed their strong support to Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton during her presidential campaign and financially supported her, also grieved the results. Despite many of the above-mentioned opposition figures changing their attitude after Trump's unpredictable victory, FETÖ members have been continuing to target Donald Trump and his officials on his expected administration, particularly on their social media accounts.
FETO’s members are basically arguing that Trump has no experience of administration and he is like a Erdogan of American. As we know FETO organization was involved in the failed coup in Turkey. Fetullah Gulen living in Pennsylvania with 400-acre property . Under the 1979 treaty between Turkey and America, Turkey requested for Gulen ‘s extradition but Obama’s administration did not take serious that’s why Gulen’s supporter was supporting with Democratic candidate.
Even during the election a very big campaign started against Trump on the social media and accused Trump’s campaign of “being in a relationship with foreign governments Russia and Turkey and threatened the elected-U.S. government by saying these relations will be a headache for them.” One of the FETO’s supporter said “Every time I go through the torture of listening to Trump, I feel as if I’m watching a dark comedy who. This can’t really be happening to the U.S.” FETO strongly stand with Hilarry but criticised Trump. Newly appointed National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, called enemy by FETO .
Turkey has lots expectations from Trump administration because some statements shows that Trump’s administration seriously considering Turkish demand. Lt. Gen. Flynn criticized the Obama administration for undermining Turkey as a partner, saying that the new administration must start to understand that Turkey “is vital to U.S. interests” and a “source of stability in the region.” “We need to adjust our foreign policy to recognize Turkey as a priority. We need to see the world from Turkey’s perspective,” retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn
Recently assassination of Russian Ambassador in Turkey tries to misunderstanding between Turkey and Russia. Mr. Erdogan, in a speech late Monday night, said the assassination was a provocation meant to derail efforts by Turkey and Russia to collaborate more closely on regional issues and economic ties. Assignation of Russian ambassador in turkey really shocking news in the world but more that trying to deteriorate the relation between Turkey and Russia Turkey and Russia are eager to peace and stability in Syria and both are agreed but FETO don’t want it. Gulen try to create blunder between Turkey and Russia but thank God his dream not come true. Both nations playing constructive role in Syria for peace. But who is not want to normalise relations between them all indicators shows that Fetuallah Gulen is trying to show his frustration over Turkey. Turkey got the world support to extradite the Fetullah Gulen from America.
In Obama administration Ankara has also been angered by U.S. support for a Kurdish militia group fighting Islamic State in Syria. Turkey sees the group as an extension of the PKK, which has waged a three-decade insurgency for Kurdish autonomy in southeastern Turkey and has been behind a spate of recent bombings. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he believed relations with Washington would improve under President-elect Donald Trump and that the two NATO allies would reach an easier consensus on regional issues and extradition of Fetullah Gulen.
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