Friday, April 18, 2008


Few U.S. policymakers have heard of Fethullah Gülen, perhaps Turkey's most prominent theologian and political thinker. Self-exiled for more than a decade, Gülen lives a reclusive life outside Philadelphia, Pa. Within months, however, he may be as much a household a name in the United States as is Ayatollah Khomeini, a man who was as obscure to most Americans up until his triumphant return to Iran almost 30 years ago. TURKEY ABOUT TO DROWN IN BLOODSHED LIKE KHOMEINI'S IRAN DID click here TO READ FULL ARTICLE EGYPT CANNOT FEED ITS POPULACE AND IS ALSO SLIPPING INTO ISLAMIC REVOLUTION AND SHARIA CONTROL SIMILAR TO IRAN. HUGE EVENTS ARE BUILDING IN A MATTER OF MONTHS INCLUDING A PROBABLE ATTACK ON IRAN AND THE RETALIATION ALREADY INFILTRATED TERRORISTS WILL EXACT IN THE USA AND EUROPE.