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Thus, Erdogan exploits German mosques to spy on his opponents


Turkish opponents And German officials have been threatened by imams of mosques, because of their positions against Erdogan and his political system, according to the newspaper "Conditions" Turkish, Sunday.

Erdogan and his regime take advantage of the Turkish Islamic Union in Germany, known simply as"Ditepe", Which includes hundreds of mosques under its canopy Mosques and Islamic centers In the country, with a direct mandate from Turkish intelligence, to spy on his opponents

And prepare "Ditepe", Larger Islamic organization in GermanyIt operates more than 900 mosques located in 16 German states, and its imams and workers are among the most supportive of the Turkish president, and they deal directly with Turkish intelligence To catch Erdogan’s exhibits.

Witnesses to the threat

Elinal Ozil, the young Turkish man who sought refuge in Kassel, Germany after the coup attempt in 106, said that the imam of the mosque, who used to visit him for prayer, once stopped him and threatened him that he knew his belonging to a group opposing Erdogan.

Ozil spoke of the threat he was exposed more than once to Erdogan’s supporters, Saying that he did not expect to feel fear again after he left Turkey for Germany, especially as he was hoping to start a life full of security and stability in Germany.

The threat exceeded Turkish citizens to include German political figures of Turkish and Kurdish origin. Sevim Dagdilene, a member of the Left Party in the German parliament, said she feared espionage operations by Erdogan and the Turkish Intelligence Agency.

Dagdelin carried the current German government, which she described as "Encouraging to adrogan", "A big part" Of responsibility for violations and espionage operations committed by Turkey on German soil, indicating Erdogan that he runs his country with"Mafia mentality".

8 thousand spy

According to the investigative investigation, imams of mosques are required to collect information about the whereabouts of Turkish opponents and German politicians, and are sent to the Turkish embassy and consulates, which in turn send them regularly to Turkish intelligence.

According to the information provided in the investigation, the number of people who watched Erdogan’s opponents and spied on his opponents across Germany amounted to about 8,000, which makes them more like an army of spies.

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The investigation, which was broadcast by the German “ZDF” channel, presented testimonies of Turkish opponents and German officials who were threatened by imams of mosques, because of their positions against Adrogan and his political system, according to the Turkish newspaper “Ahwal”, on Sunday.

Erdogan and his regime are taking advantage of the Turkish Islamic Union in Germany, known simply as “Ditepe”, which includes hundreds of mosques in its mosques and Islamic centers in the country, under the direct authority of Turkish intelligence, to spy on its opponents.

The “Ditepe”, the largest Islamic organization in Germany, and operates more than 900 mosques located in 16 German states, and its imams and workers are among the strongest supporters of the Turkish president, and they deal directly with Turkish intelligence to catch Erdogan’s opponents.

Witnesses to the threat

Elinal Ozil, the young Turkish man who sought refuge in Kassel, Germany after the coup attempt in 106, said that the imam of the mosque, who used to visit him for prayer, once stopped him and threatened him that he knew his belonging to a group opposing Erdogan.

Ozil talked about the threat he faced more than once from Erdogan’s supporters, saying that he did not expect to feel fear again after he left Turkey for Germany, especially as he was hoping to start a life full of security and stability in Germany.

The threat exceeded Turkish citizens to include German political figures of Turkish and Kurdish origin. Sevim Dagdilene, a member of the Left Party in the German parliament, said she feared espionage operations by Erdogan and the Turkish Intelligence Agency.

Dagdilene blamed the current German government, which she described as “encouraging Erdogan”, “a large part” of the responsibility for the violations and espionage operations committed by Turkey on German soil, indicating Erdogan that he ran his country with a “mafia mentality.”

8 thousand spy

According to the investigative investigation, imams of mosques are required to collect information about the whereabouts of Turkish opponents and German politicians, and they are sent to the Turkish embassy and consulates, which in turn send them regularly to Turkish intelligence.

According to the information provided in the investigation, the number of people who watched Erdogan’s opponents and spied on his opponents across Germany amounted to about 8,000, which makes them more like an army of spies.

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Source: Skynews

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