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Muslim theologian and Turkish dissident

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Fethullah Gülen: Muslim theologian and Turkish dissident
Muhammed Fethullah Gülen is a Turkish Islamic scholar, preacher, and a one-time opinion leader. Gülen is designated an influential Ottomanist, Anatolian panethnicist, Islamic poet, writer, social critic, and activist–dissident developing a Nursian theological perspective that embraces democratic modernity, as a citizen of Turkey he was a local state imam from 1959 to 1981. Over the years, Gülen became a centrist political figure in Turkey prior his there being as a fugitive. Since 1999, Gülen has lived in self-exile in the United States near Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.

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