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New Jersey wants FETO school closure

City officials in linden, New Jersey, have asked the state to block the opening of a charter school linked to the FETO terrorist organization. The linden board of education's 65-page petition regarding the already-approved union arts and science charter school says the school's application contains "forged and fraudulent" documents.

It says the approval process was "dramatically and fatally flawed", calling on the state's education agency to stop the school's inauguration.This is the ideal stage at which to halt the process and get to the truth of matters," the petition said. FETO is responsible for the failed July 15 coup attempt in Turkey last year. Turkish officials have demanded the extradition of Fetullah gülen who currently lives in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania, in the United States.

05.05.2017
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