Skip to comments.The Gulen Movement: Indoctrinating For Jihad In Charter Schools
Posted on 05/07/2013 10:14:45 AM PDT by LSUfan
The "Turkish Khomeini," Fethullah Gulen, lives in Pennsylvania. From there he runs a $25 billion international network. He is a prime mover behind the rapid Islamization of Turkey, and he urges Muslims to build schools to indoctrinate an entire generation. He is tied to hundreds of Gulen charter schools right here in the United States. (Texas alone has 36 of these Gulen charter schools.)
I recently heard from a teacher at a Gulen Movement school. "There are so many ethical violations occurring here every day," he told me, "that it is hard to know where to start." And worse, there is open support for jihad: When news broke of the Boston Marathon jihad bombings, several studentsdefended the attack and expressed concern for the well-being not of the victims, but of the bombers. "They have also," said the teacher, "expressed theories that 9/11 was a hoax and that Americans and the West are Islamophobic."
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Ah yes, this feller. He’s like Abu Qatada in Britain, but perhaps worse since nobody’s trying to deport him. We certainly can’t think of ourselves as being unlike Britain when 80 percent of US mosques are led by radical imams . . .
This is one movement that all conservatives must effectively resist. No American History taught. Well, not correctly anyway.
And say hi to Si if he runs into you.
The Islamists are doing it to us.
"You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers
until the conditions are ripe, [you] must continue like this.
You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in [the republic]."
They also drill the students with practice sets of the standardized tests and work with the low performers to keep their overall scores high.
I haven't seen evidence of proselytizing in Texas schools, but they do tend to favor hiring teachers and using contractors that have Turkish backgrounds.
This school, 10 years ago, had public pics of girls in head scarves. The website is scrubbed now. The Gulen movement is alive and well in the inner city: http://gulencharterschools.weebly.com/brookside-frontier-school.html
And the 'Rain Drop Turkish Houses' is everywhere in the center of the USA:
Raindrop Turkish House, Austin
Raindrop Turkish House, College Station
Raindrop Turkish House, Dallas
Raindrop Turkish House, El Paso
Raindrop Turkish House, Houston
Raindrop Turkish House, Lubbock
Raindrop Turkish House, San Antonio
Raindrop Turkish House, Little Rock
Raindrop Turkish House, Kansas City
Raindrop Turkish House, Baton Rouge
Raindrop Turkish House, Corpus Christi
Raindrop Turkish House, New Orleans
Raindrop Turkish House, Jackson
Raindrop Turkish House, Albuquerque
Raindrop Turkish House, Oklahoma City
Raindrop Turkish House, Tulsa
Raindrop Turkish House, Memphis
When the school boards and city councils are owned by moslems, it will be too late.
". . . 32 percent to 38 percent of Turks (upward of 25 million people) would never support the [Islamist] AKP or want to live in a country shaped solely by its values." Tens of millions of Muslims in Turkey are "Islamophobes" like us?
The image on the banner is of Ataturk the founder of modern secular democratic constitutional Republic of Turkey. The photos are from demonstrations of a few years ago protesting the ruling AK Party's Islamist (political Islam & Sharia law) leanings and reminding the AKP that they promised the voters that they would respect Turkey's heritage of secularism.