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Turkish Dictator Erdogan orders ‘operations’ against opponents on US soil

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And Turkey is still in NATO.

And former President Obama said Erdogan was his favorite, “most trusted” foreign leader. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

Turkey news: Erdogan orders ‘operations’ against political enemies on US soil

TURKISH president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered intelligence operations against his political enemies living in exile on US soil.

By Carly Read, The Express, 

A spokesman for the President of Turkey said the country would use intelligence operations to retaliate against their enemies with the launch of a military operation to gather intelligence.

The mission is namely referring to Turkish preacher Fethullah Gulen who founded an Islamic social movement before moving to Pennsylvania in the US to live in exile.

The movement is also called FETO and the cleric is wanted by President Erdogan over an alleged failed government coup in 2016, the Turkish government have claimed results in the deaths of more than 250 people and the imprisonment of thousands of suspected dissidents.

Mr Erdogan’s spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, warned: “Our relevant units and institutions will continue their operations in the countries the FETO operates in whether it be the US or some other country.

“Rest assured that they will feel Turkey breathing down their neck.”

President Erdogan has launched a major crackdown on Mr Gulen’s following, which is now said to be in the millions.

He has now enlisted the help of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organisation, MIT, to gather information on FETO operates.

This comes after MIT officials kidnapped six Turkish nationals in Kosovo to stand trial in Turkey for their support of Mr Gulen.

Mr Kalin said: “Operations similar to the one conducted in Kosovo can be carried out in other countries. All should know that Turkey will not allow the FETO to breathe a sigh of relief.”

He added that President Erdogan “has given very clear instructions on this issue”.

The announcement saw Ankara raise the stakes against any enemies of President Erdogan, who has threatened other enemies of the state living in US exile.

Turkish newspaper the Daily Caller reported that at least six academics and journalists living in exile in the states were tracked and photographed by Turkish news outlets under Mr Erdogan’s power.

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Fethullah Gulen founded an Islamic social movement before moving to Pennsylvania in the US (Image: GETTY)

The coup attempt happened in July 2016, with the Turkish army targeting Mr Erdogan’s government.

They tried to seize control of Ankara and Istanbul but were defeated by followers close to Mr Erdogan.

The coup attempt was put in place to eliminate democratic rule.

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