Turkish authorities asked mosques to spy in BelgiumTuesday, 13 December 2016 18:34
The 65 mosques associated with Diyanet received the watchword, stated Knack.
Last week, the Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet reported that Diyanet had appealed to spying on persons suspected of being members of the Gülen movement. Thirty-eight countries, including Belgium, are involved.
Diyanet of Belgium reacted through a press communiqué published last December 9th on its internet site, where mention is made of “rumours in the social networks,” questioning the organization and denying the request made for providing information on individuals active within the Gülen movement.
Jessica Johansson (Source: Belga)
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