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Gulen Movement

The Gulen Movement is a global network of volunteers, teachers, intellectuals, business people and students who are inspired by Fethullah Gulen’s philosophy based on dialogue and peaceful coexistence. The movement originated in Turkey in the late 1970s as local educational initiatives and moved on to open schools in 110 countries globally, so called "Gulen Schools". This section of our website provides scholarly papers written on different aspects of the Gulen Movement as a social phenomenon. You can also read the writings by Fethullah Gulen from here.

1 Muslim-Christian Dialogue: Nostra Aetate and Fethullah Gülen’s Philosophy of Dialogue Aug 29, 2014 Salih Yucel
2 Turkey: Gatekeeper of the East and West Apr 25, 2014 Mitchell T. Zink
3 Conceptualizing Hizmet Apr 25, 2014 Annabel Hertz
4 “The Hizmet Movement and Social Movement Theory: Applicability or Irrelevancy?” Jan 04, 2014 Heather Marie Brown
5 The Gülen Movement and its Role in Turkish Civil and Political Society Jan 04, 2014 Walter Ratlif
6 Spiritual Leader in a Global Islamic Context Jan 05, 2010 Salih Yucel
7 Impressions from The Gülen Conference in Los Angeles Dec 11, 2009 Zeki Sarıtoprak (Rumi Forum, former President)
8 Intellectuals—the results Jul 08, 2008 Prospect Magazine
9 Turkish cleric Gülen tops intellectuals list Jun 23, 2008 Joshua Keating
10 Gulen Inspires Muslims Worldwide Jan 28, 2008 Oxford Analytica
11 The Urgency of Educational Reform in the United States of America: Lessons Learned from Fethullah Gülen Oct 05, 2006 Dr. Sheryl L. Santos
12 Gülen in Dialogue: Fethullah Gülen's Ideas in the Context of the Larger Humanities Oct 04, 2006 Dr. B. Jill Carroll
13 "The Cry of the Nightingale" Fethullah Gulen – A Modern-Day Rumi? May 04, 2006 Catherine B. Eustis
14 Fethullah Gülen as a Servant Leader May 04, 2006 Gurkan Celik & Yusuf Alan
15 Tolerance Is Love: Gülen, Ghazali, and Rûmî Nov 12, 2005 Jane B. Schlubach
16 A Modern Turkish-Islamic Reformist Dec 28, 2004 Bekim Agai

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Fethullah Gulen Statement on ISIS

I deplore the brutal atrocities being committed by the ISIS terrorist group hiding behind a false religious rhetoric and join the people of conscience from around the world in calling for these perpetrators to immediately cease their cruel and inhuman acts.

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Rally for Syrian Refugees

Rumi Forum and Embrace Relief is organizing a help campaign for Syrian Refugees with a goal of $15,000. The Syrian refugee crisis has already gone on too long. Your donation, in any dollar amount, will go far and is greatly needed!

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Rumi Forum Fellowship Program 2015

Rumi Forum is inviting PhD candidates and those who have recently completed there doctorates in social sciences for a studyfellowship that incorporates a trip to Turkey with the mission of exploring social, economic, cultural, security and political issues in Turkey and the wider region during 2015.

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Fethullah Gulen's Interview with BBC News

Fethullah Gulen was interviewed by BBC News recently.

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Honorary President

Fethullah Gulen Fethullah Gulen is regarded as the founder and inspirer of the global social movement known as the Hizmet (Service) Movement, more popularly known as the Gulen Movement.

 

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