America harbors powerful Islamists like Fetullah Gulen

“According to some Gulen investigators, “Gülen’s writings from the 1990s contain detailed discussions of how to deal with the Christian world when Muslims are weak and not yet able to vanquish their opponents. ‘Make sure you disguise your real thoughts and feelings from them,’ he advises his followers; ‘if you let yourself known, you will only cause them to triumph.'”

BBC investigated Gulen and observed that he takes large donations from his followers and makes strict rules for teachers in his schools, such as no smoking, alcohol, or divorcing. BBC also observed that in 1999 Gulen spoke these words in Turkey (not long before he left for America):

“You must move within the arteries of the system, without anyone noticing your existence, until you reach all the power centres. You must wait until such time as you have got all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institution in Turkey.”

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