EXCLUSIVE

Turkey's longest night: July 15, 2016

It turned out to be the longest and darkest night in Turkish history, albeit one which would expose the enemies within our ranks.A group of traitors within the Turkish Army, under the influence and command of terrorist ringleader Fethullal Gülen, attempted a coup that night.

The Boğaziçi and Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridges in Istanbul were closed by coup plotters as traitors tried to spread fear driving tanks down roads and bridges in the heart of Turkey.

Meanwhile, fighter jets, operated by putschists, flew low over Ankara. In their attempt to suppress the might of the Turkish people and their democracy, traitors opened fire on unarmed civilians, stopped air traffic at the Atatürk Airport and bombed the cradle of Turkish democracy, the Turkish parliament.

07.15.2017
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