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Private Dormitory Administrators Detained

fethullah-gulen-movementGoogle defines the term as “dormitory (n): a university or college hall of residence or hostel”. The role of a dorm administrator is to provide security and all the other services they claim to provide. Gulen Movement has many private dorms in Turkey where college students are so happy to stay as they prefer these dorms over others.
The detentions of the 10 were carried out on suspicion of promoting a “terrorist organization” and helping it to recruit new members. Police officers raided and searched four workplaces and six houses in Samsun province.
Since a corruption investigation came to public attention on Dec. 17, 2013, there have been many similar police operations carried out targeting shopkeepers, teachers, members of the judiciary, journalists and police officers who are accused of being affiliated with the movement, which is also known as the Hizmet Movement, a grassroots initiative made up of people inspired by Fethullah Gulen. The graft probe implicated then-Prime Minister Erdogan, members of his family and senior Justice and Development Party (AK Party) figures.