MALAYSIA HANDS OVER 3 GULEN MOVEMENT MEMBERS TO TURKEY

Ankara – Malaysia handed over three members of the outlawed Fetullah Gulen Organization to Turkey late Thursday Turkish news agency (Anadolu) quoted Malaysia’s Police chief Khalid Abu Bakar as saying that the three Fetullah Gulen organization members were arrested for being a threat to national security.

Malaysian security authorities suspended the three deportees between May 2 and 5 because of their threat to the country’s national security.

The Turkish capital of Ankara and the city of Istanbul witnessed in mid-July a failed coup attempt carried out by Turkish military men affiliated to the Fathallah Gulen organization. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency

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