The arrests of Islamic figures led to raids by Turkish police


BY: Middle East Affairs
ISTANBUL: On Wednesday, Istanbul police headquarters said: “Turkish police propelled a task on to confine 235 individuals related with Muslim author and televangelist Adnan Oktar over allegations including framing a criminal group, extortion and sexual abuse.”

It said in an announcement that the assaults were completed by its budgetary wrongdoings segment in a task state-run Anadolu news office portrayed as having been spread crosswise over five areas and that ventures of properties were proceeding.

The Sabah newspaper said: “Police propelled one strike in the early hours on Oktar’s home at Cengelkoy on the Asian side of Istanbul and confined him and his guards.”

In February, Turkey’s television watchdog suspended a TV program facilitated by Oktar that mixed religious discourse and moving, saying it damaged gender equality and women’s rights.

Adnan Oktar has syndicated program on his TV slot, A9, on which he has talked about Islamic qualities and once in a while danced with young ladies he calls “kittens” and sang with young fellows, his “lions”.

Adnan’s channel said that Oktar wrote the Atlas of Creation under his pen-name Harun Yahya, contending that Darwin’s hypothesis of development is at the base of worldwide fear mongering. He has composed in excess of 300 books, converted into 73 languages in 2006.

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