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Gülen Movement-Linked Turkish Woman Dies in Greece as She Waits to Join Husband in Germany


Date: 04/29/2018
Esma Uludağ, a 35-year-old, mother of three children Turkish woman who fled to Greece from the persecution of the Islamist Turkish government led by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, died on Saturday night from a stroke.
Her husband, Mehmet Ali Uludağ (38), had to leave Turkey as well due to a number of investigations launched into him and detention warrants issued for him over his alleged ties to the movement. He first fled to Greece and then sought refugee in Germany. 
In this video Mrs. Uludag and three of her children had to walk about 6 hours as they crossed Turkish border through Evros River and wished the God help those who will use the same route to flee Turkey! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kZPNLqt_YU







Source: https://stockholmcf.org/gulen-movement-linked-turkish-woman-dies-in-greece-as-she-waits-to-join-husband-in-germany/#prettyPhoto

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