Does Gulen Movement have any secret agenda?
Tony Ruprecht, who served as a member of Ontario Provincial Parliament in Canada until 2011 for more than 30 years, received an award from German Government. The award was presented to Mr. Ruprecht by Walter Stechel, the Consul General of Germany in Toronto, at Mr. Stechel’s residence. During his speech at the awards ceremony, Mr. Ruprecht commended the work of Intercultural Dialogue Institute (IDI) and the Hizmet Movement. He emphasized the good work of IDI and emphasized the fact that they were the only group of people in this whole political career, who has been friends with him and never asked for something. Referring to the latest controversy in Turkey, Mr. Ruprecht stated that Hizmet Movement has chosen itself a path for the common good of humanity and it has no secret agenda.
Photo info : The award was presented to Mr. Ruprecht by Walter Stechel, the Consul General of Germany in Toronto
Ontario MPP Tony Ruprecth
Source: Anatolian Heritage Federation