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Turkey denies entry of Nur Azerbaijani officials to country

By the order of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan a list including the Azerbaijani officials that are related to the Nur movement is being created.

According to the Azerbaijani news portal FaktHeber, after a careful data analysis the list of Azerbaijani Nurs is planned to be send to Turkish border posts in order to prevent them entering the country.

According to the source, the Turkish government is intended to pass this list to the Azerbaijani authorities as well. It is noted that the list contains names of people that are on key positions in Azerbaijan.

Note that the "Yeni Musavat" newspaper, citing a source in social networks spread information that official circles in Turkey have provided the Azerbaijani government with a list of high-ranking officials in the administration of President Ilham Aliyev and the Azerbaijani government, who include or have ties with religious direction as Nursizm.

The list of officials recruited by the sect of Fethullah Gülen include, the head of Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan Elnur Aslanov, SOCAR vice president Khalig Mammadov, chairman of the State Committee for Work with Religious Organizations Elshad Isgandarov, his deputy Gunduz Ismailov, Youth and Sports Deputy Minister Intigam Babayev, MP Jeyhun Osmanli, CSR Director under the Presidential Administration Farhad Mammadov, Chairman of the Youth Foundation Farhad Hajiyev.

Nur sect leader is Turkish billionaire Fethullah Gülen. He also owns large industrial and financial companies and holdings worldwide. Gülen owns a large network of schools and educational institutions. In 1998, Gülen was accused of attempting to overthrow the existing regime in secular Turkey. At the same time avoiding the punishment, he immigrated to the United States.
When the AKP came to power all charges against him were dropped. Turkish Prime Minister R. T. Erdogan and the Justice and Development Party are accused of having ties to Gülen. According to various estimates, about five million people in Turkey and abroad (particularly in Azerbaijan and Central Asia) are involved in the Gülen movement.

In some countries, particularly in Russia, the Gülen sect "Nurdzhurlar" (or "Nur") is prohibited, and its followers are held accountable for spreading extremism. The Russian FSS believes that members of the sect are collecting intelligence in favor of Turkey and have ties with terrorists in the North Caucasus.



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