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Hakan Albayrak: “We have been fooled.” Said the president. Don’t the people have the right to be fooled as like the government …

Hakan Albayrak: “We have been fooled.” Said the president. Don’t the people have the right to be fooled as like the government …

Hakan Albayrak called for the victims and those who have been suspended from duty within the scope of FETÖ investigation …

“Karar Gazetesi” writer Hakan Albayrak shared a teacher’s letter who is suspended due to FETÖ investigation at his “The right to be fooled” titled article. Albayrak mentioned that massive unjust treatments and lots of victimizations are happening at this point and fair groans that should terrify us are heard. “It is a sound decision that the government is establishing commissions to rectify the errors and unjust at the struggle with FETÖ, but before all there should be a clear and proper differentiation between what is an unjust treatment and what is not. “We have been fooled.” Said the president. Don’t the people have the right to be fooled as like the government? So we can reason (!) the government being fooled but we can’t reason a simple teacher being fooled.” Said Albayrak.

Here is Albayrak’s recent article:

A suspended teacher’s letter:

“ Mr. Albayrak please be our voice. Who could tell that a damn bank account would bring people at this point. I’m a teacher for six years. The public has focus at the new constitution and we are out of the picture. I guess  no one even thinks about us.

I’m suspended in December. Waiting to be suspended is so bad… Actually the fear of your feature is worst. Neither the governors nor the ministers are willing to return you back to duty. We too have children. Do you know how hard is to look at their eyes.. please empathize. Think of the silence when you are just waiting at your house. Think of your mom and your dad. Think of the isolation from the society.

Neither opening a bank account nor the money traffic through the account has nothing to do with that damn organization. How could we know that a bank account that has been open with religious thoughts could be an issue at a society with %90 of Muslim? Let’s assume that you have an account at a bank, any bank. And years from now government suspends and investigates you due to this account.

Although I’m trying to stay positive about returning back my duty, hearing so many rumors is affecting my belief to the judicial system. Please can you tell, who can help us? Where should we go who should we speak to?

I studied for 16 years. Immigrated out of my villages for this. Will it all vanish with a flick? Family, parents, friends… my entire social circle is broken down. A total depression is felt. Exhausted…

God’s curse shall be upon those, who steal exam questions so-called in the name of Islam, who fire bullets at their own people, that nest of betrayal… They should pay it at the finest. But what has a teacher to do with all of that so he stays suspended for at least 6 months.

A bank account shouldn’t cancel out decades of work. Please be our voice. We too have families and loved ones.” 

Every day I’m hearing or reading stories like this about people that have been falsely accused of being members of the FETÖ. I personally know some of them and can testify their innocence.

Massive unjust treatments and lots of victimizations are happening at this point and fair groans that should terrify us are heard. Including those who have been with the FETÖ by being persuaded in to thinking they are in a Islamic social circle named “hizmet” or “cemaat” but haven’t participated at a terrorist act or crime.

It is a sound decision that the government is establishing commissions to rectify the errors and unjust at the struggle with FETÖ, but before all there should be a clear and proper differentiation between what an unjust treatment is and what is not.

“We have been fooled.” Said the president. Don’t the people have the right to be fooled as like the government? So we can reason (!) the government being fooled but we can’t reason a simple teacher being fooled.

Even at the 17-25 December era the government didn’t take legal action against Bank Asya. The date of the bank transferred to the saving deposit insurance fund is 30 May 2015 and the reason of the transfer is not terrorist acts it’s violation of banking methods…

But a teacher can and has been suspended from duty because he has an account.

Translated by Matt Easton

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