Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Taiwanese delegation visited Turkey, Gulen Movement institutions

(Video Duration: 1 min. 18 secs.)

Chong-Ren News
"In June 2012, a group of representatives from the I-Kuan Tao(*) Headquarters and its branches was invited to a conference in Turkey by the Anatolia Formosa Association. While on their visit, they were taken on a five-day tour of Istanbul, Turkey.

Samanyolu TV
The recording studio of Samanyolu TV
The visiting groups from Taiwan included representatives from I-Kuan Tao, the Tiandi organization, as well as other Buddhist sects. In total, there were 35 representatives from Taiwan in attendance. The groups visited the head office of Kimse Yok Mu solidarity association, the Journalists and Writers Foundation (GYV), the Samanyolu TV station, Fatih University, Zaman Newspaper as well as Karakoy Jewish Museum, Bursa Grand Mosque and many other famous Turkish institutions."

[Referring to the Hizmet Movement -aka the Gulen Movement, the video claims] "The Fethullah Gulen organization has many assets including international medical institutions, TV channels and educational institutions… its influence is global."

* Gulen-Videos Blog: I-Kuan Tao is a new religious movement that originated in twentieth-century China. It incorporates elements from Confucianism, Taoism, and Chinese Buddhism, and recognizes the validity of non-Chinese religious traditions such as Christianity and Islam as well. (Source: Wikipedia)