Gulen's American Empire

Gulen's American Empire
Gulen Empire map from Turkish Newspaper. DISCLAIMER: If you find some videos are disabled this is the work of the Gulen censorship who have filed fake copyright infringement reports to UTUBE

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Gulen Charter Schools-American Children Singing and Dancing Turkish Please Crowds

American Children from the Gulen managed Harmony Science Academy charter schools proudly wave the Turkish and American Flags at the Houston Turkish Olympiads.     Hey America, look up what the Turkish Flag symbolizes.

This article comes from Gulen's own "Todays Zaman" his own positive spin media marketing machine. So take it with a grain of salt.
Turkish and American students and their families filled the hall, and a FOX TV anchor dressed in traditional Turkish costume took the role of emcee.
Justice and Development Party (AK Party) members İbrahim Hasgür (Izmir), İdris Güllüce (Istanbul), Ayşe Türkmenoğlu (Konya), Ahmet Yeni (Samsun) and İkram Dinçer (Van), Consul General in Houston Akil Öktem and US Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee were present.
Lee expressed her joy at the sharing of cultures and thanked the Raindrop Turkish House for their concerted efforts to bring people together and support peace and mutual understanding.
Stating that she wants to revisit Turkey after a very positive travel experience in the past, she described Turkey as “An inspiration in the Middle East, which is experiencing turbulent times.”
Calling out to the young people in the audience, Hasgür said they were “fulfilling a very important responsibility in terms of Turkish-American friendship, world peace and solidarity.”
In a written message to the Raindrop Turkish House Republican Senator John Cornyn noted that learning the Turkish language and contributing to multiculturalism was an achievement to be proud of.
Performing after the opening speeches, students captivated audience members when they sang like natives in Turkish and performed traditional folk dances while accompanied by the kemençe, a traditional stringed instrument from the Black Sea region of Turkey; Turkish pop music received particular attention.
Türkmenoğlu highlighted the important role of learning language for the fostering of mutual understanding and harmony. Such initiatives constitute a common language of “love,” and children who learn the Turkish language and culture at such a young age means that they will be “permanent friends of Turkey” in the future, he said.

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