Room to table with Turkish organisations

The second room feels Monday a number of Turkish-Dutch organisations on the hassles that the failed coup in Turkey last summer in the Turkish-Dutch community has brought about.

The room want to know how to watch Turkey and Turkish Dutch Netherlands. The hunt for suspected rebels and their supporters threatened to skip to Netherlands last summer. Supporters of Muslim cleric Fethullah Gülen, the great rival of the Turkish president Erdogan, were also in Netherlands for traitors broke up because he would have had in the coup. Parents pulled their children from Gülenscholen assumed. That did not suit the Government and not the lion's share of the room.

For the hearings sliding Turkish Dutch people of all stripes. The room has both supporters of Erdogan if by Gülen invited. Representatives of conservative-Islamic, nationalist and left-wing organisations make their appearance, but also of the Kurds, Armenians and Alevi. Even the Islamic University is welcome, even if it is in disgrace by the room cases and lost his license.

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islamic university
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