Detained journalist Ahmet Sik’s banned book posted on Twitter

Detained journalist Ahmet Sik’s banned book posted on Twitter

PanARMENIAN.Net - Imam’s Army, a banned book authored by a detained journalist Ahmet Sik was posted on Twitter, Milliyet Turkish newspaper reported.

No information was provided as to how the book got on the internet. According to the newspaper, Turkish President Abdullah Gul expressed his concern over the fact. “Were not the book forbidden, 10000 copies would have been sold. Now that it is, the sales will reach 100000,” he said.

Imam’s Army reveals the activities of Fethullah Gulen's religions unit, who FBI took interest in.

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