Ex Arch Bishop, PII, Turkey, Interfaith, Janner, Sacks, Wallace, Royals, Soros & Paedophilia

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Fethullah Gulen, Turkey’s most controversial cleric

jh.JPGAs 2015 came to a close, the Grand Ballroom of the Conrad Hotel in Manhattan presented a diverse tableau: Around the meticulously set tables sat Muslim women wearing colorful headscarves with oriental motifs, African-American clergymen from Queens, Jewish students from a Turkish charter school and veteran New York state politicians. 

The lights dimmed. Murat Omur, president of a New York-based nonprofit called Peace Islands Institute, used two giant screens to present an overview of the past year’s highlights, which included setting up hospitals and orphanages in Haiti.

As the guests enjoyed their entrees, the institute silently auctioned a Barack Obama autograph and a pair of boxing gloves. By the end of the night, the Peace Islands Institute had raised half a million dollars, Omur said.

There were brief speeches. “I admire the vision set forth by honorable Fethullah Gulen,” said Leonard Petlakh, vice president of the American Zionist Movement. “Principles and teachings of Fethullah Gulen are the antidote of fundamentalism,” said Victor Hall, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Queens.

Gulen was nowhere in sight. He was at his Pennsylvania farmhouse, which he has seldom left since settling in the United States in 1999.

The Muslim religious scholar from Turkey preaches a moderate form of Islam — one that regards terrorism as blasphemy and a woman’s headscarf as secondary to education. In the United States, there are a handful of nonprofit organizations that list him as their honorary president.

Gulen is also a wanted man. He is accused in Turkey of leading a terrorist organization that has attempted to topple the government. A Turkish court has issued three arrest warrants for him. He is also being sued in the United States, in a civil case alleging human rights abuses. Gulen and his expansive following face an uncertain future. READ IN FULL http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2016/04/turkey-fethullah-gulen-cleric-opposition-erdogan-akp.html  https://archive.is/WIA4a

Peace Islands Institute  P.I.I  which is VERY similar to

P.I.E the  Paedophile Information Exchange 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_Islands_Institute Peace Islands Institute (PII), formerly known as  Interfaith Dialog Center (IDC), is a non-profit, tax exempt (501(c) (3)) organization founded by Turkish-Americans of North Jersey in 2003. PII endeavors to promote respect and mutual understanding among all faiths and cultures by organizing educational and cultural activities such as lectures,  seminars, conferences, discussion panels, luncheons and trips to Turkey. By this mission PII aims to contribute to improvement of diversity, pluralism  and multiculturalism in the society. PII has been inspired by the Turkish scholar Fethullah Gulen, and is a member organization of the Alliance for Shared Values.

PII started its activities with the leadership of its volunteers by organizing short educational seminars at the conference room of the Rutherford Public Library. PII rented its center at 545 Interstate Place, Carlstadt, New Jersey in the Spring of 2004. PII hired its first full-time staff in the Summer of 2004. Now, PII operates at its office in Newark at 17 Academy Street Suite 701.

As PII has aimed to reach out to all segments of the society, it has been organizing different activities to serve this end.

PII announced in August 2011 that it had a new name, Peace Islands Institute (PII), and that it would operate not only in New Jersey but also in the East Coast states like New York and Massachusetts.

They started as a Ramadan Dinner in Nov 2004. All faiths and cultures, government officials, members of law enforcement, and elected officials come together on this dinner. These dinners gathered many from all walks of life. Mr. Weysan Dun, Special Agent in Charge of FBI Newark, announced his departure from New Jersey at one of PII’s dinners on November 18, 2009.[1]

Sponsored by PII Turkey trips are very much instrumental in building bridges between and the Turkish American Community and other faith groups and individuals. What makes Turkey particularly attractive as a travel destination is that because it has always been a crossroads for civilizations and beliefs, not to mention its marvelous natural beauties, warm hospitality, and world famous cuisine. Turkey is a land of Divine love. It is a land where diverse faiths and cultures have lived in peace for millennia. It is a land of dialogue and tolerance; it is the land of Abraham – spiritual forefather of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Turkey trips are very instrumental to develop friendship, understand and respect each other better. Bishop Serratelli of Paterson Diocese, NJ, says ‘Visiting devout individuals who are inspired by Gülen made our trip through Turkey a true journey of faith’

All PII events serve to cultivate friendship and deepen inter-cultural awareness and understanding among the many diverse ethnic and civic communities in New Jersey.

Advisory Board of PIIEdit

  • Ahmet Kurucan, Ph. D.Most Rev. Arthur Serratelli, Bishop, RC Diocese of Paterson
  • Maxine Clark Beach, Ph. D,. Dean of School of Theology and Vice President, Drew University
  • Rabbi Jack Bemporad, Director, Center for Interreligious Understanding
  • Rev. Donald M. Pitches, Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Carlstadt
  • Rev. Christopher M.F. Brdlik, Rector, Calvary Episcopal Church, Summit
  • Mr. Patrick Brannigan, Executive Director, NJ Catholic Conference
  • Rev. Robert Morris, Executive Director, Interweave Inc.
  • Ms. Maud Dahme, Former President, NJ State Board of Education
  • Mr. Alfred Koeppe, President and CEO, Newark Alliance
  • Mr. William Jay Roseman, Mayor, Carlstadt
  • Kemal C. Ozgur, MA.
  • Mr. John R. Smith, Director – Corporate Responsibility, PSEG
  • Ms. Joan Verplanck, President, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
  • Rev. Jacqueline Burgess, Vice President, NJ Council of Churches (representing NJCC) 


http://fwr.sk/supporters/ https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/c790d162-16c4-4481-8cc5-b99885529fb0



Jonathan Henry Sacks Wiki (Yaakov Zvi) 8 March 1948 (age 68) London 

Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth Member of the House of Lords

The former chief rabbi in the UK, Jonathan Sacks, got up and made a speech I found so preposterous, reproduced here in full. 

“A very dangerous language indeed” 30 Oct 2014: Column 1332

Lord Sacks: My Lords, I, too, thank the noble Lord, Lord Risby, for initiating this important debate. At the outset I declare an interest: I am a Jew. Israel is therefore for me the place where my people were born almost 4,000 years ago; the place to which Abraham and Sarah travelled; where Amos voiced his vision of social justice and Isaiah dreamt of a world at peace; where David composed the Psalms and Solomon built the Temple. This had consequences not only for Jews but also for Christians and Muslims, who claim Abraham as their ancestor in faith, and whose God they take as their own.

READ IN FULL http://www.redressonline.com/2014/11/jonathan-sacks-preacher-of-israeli-hasbara/  https://archive.is/tHBZp

Templeton Prize: Former British chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks wins £1.1m award 2nd Mar 2016 https://archive.is/0d74J

The United Synagogue’s Rabbi David Mason led prayers according to the Orthodox tradition at the synagogue cemetery prior to the burial. Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks led concluding prayers. Janner, who died peacefully on Saturday aged 87 after suffering dementia, was a member of Hampstead Garden United Synagogue. His latter years were marred by historic allegations of child abuse spanning three decades in his parliamentary constituency of Leicester West.

READ IN FULL  http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/greville-janner-1928-2015-special-man-leaves-chequered-legacy/



Friends of Greville Janner | The Occidental Observer http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2015/04/the-friends-of-greville-janner/   https://archive.is/auIf9kuy#.pngwq.png

POLICE SEARCH HOME OF PEER LORD JANNER http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/crime-court/police_search_hampstead_home_of_labour_peer_lord_greville_janner_as_part_of_child_sex_abuse_probe_1_3135755  https://archive.is/2qaqE

JONATHAN HENRY SACKS (Baron)  wiki  web http://rabbisacks.org/  

(Hebrew: Yaakov Zvi, יעקב צבי; born 8 March 1948) He served as the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth from 1991 to 2013. As the spiritual head of the United Synagogue, the largest synagogue body in the UK, he was the Chief Rabbi of those Orthodox synagogues, but was not recognized as the religious authority for the haredi Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations or for the progressive movements such as Masorti, Reform and Liberal Judaism.[1][2] As Chief Rabbi, Sacks formally carried the title of Av Beit Din (head) of the London Beth Din

http://forward.com/opinion/341519/jonathan-sacks-calls-for-morality-along-with-economics-in-templeton-prize-s/  https://archive.is/h35A3 


http://rabbisacks.org/gala-tribute-dinner-for-chief-rabbi-lord-sacks/   https://archive.is/o3ZByhttp://www.ajr.org.uk/documents/10-2008_HRH_Prince_of_Wales_to_attend_Kindertransport_Celebration_Oct_2008.pdf

George Carey Archbishop of Canterbury (1991–2002) 

John Smyth QC, {Archbishop of Canterbury’s friend} admitted to parents he showered with boys  https://spidercatweb.blog/2017/02/04/paedo-showered-with-boys/  https://archive.is/kocI6

hghghttps://goodnessandharmony.wordpress.com/2016/10/23/vicar-son-mark-carey-of-outspoken-former-archbishop-of-canterbury-lord-carey-molested-young-girl-in-1980s-rev-mark-carey/  https://archive.is/BO7R2

Lord Carey, previously Archbishop of Canterbury, with Greville Janner, who was alleged to be a child abuser.

In 2016 Lord Carey (George Carey) strongly criticised the Church of England for destroying the reputation of Bishop George Bell over ‘unproven’ abuse claims.

Lord Carey was reportedly part of a cover-up, which shielded serial sex-abuser Peter Ball (the former bishop of Lewes and Gloucester) from prosecution. Peter Ball was jailed in 2015 for sex offences 

 Simon Day (left) with his grandfather Archbishop George Carey

George Carey’s daughter Rachel had a son called Simon Day. Simon Day died of a suspected drug overdose. dailymail.

Reportedly, it was Margaret Thatcher who got George Carey appointed as Archbishop. 

READ IN FULL http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/george-and-mark-carey-abuse-claims.html?m=1  https://archive.is/J3HC3

Mustafa Cerić Wiki  TWTR @Dr_MustafaCeric


According to a report in the Pakistan Daily Mail, Bosnian Grand Mufti, Mustafa Ceric (pictured) has urged the Muslim ummah[that means all Mussies] to conquer the world through the Halal certification movement. 

http://pickeringpost.com/story/a-meeting-of-mob-leaders/4008  https://archive.is/7iYWF
Mufti Ceric: “Do Not Overemphasise Catholic Child-Abuse Scandal     https://archive.is/FhBrz


Jim Wallis (James E. Wallis Jr.;[1] born June 4, 1948) is a Christian writer and political activist. He is best known as the founder and editor of Sojourners magazine and as the founder of the Washington, D.C.-based Christian community of the same name. Wallis is well known for his advocacy on issues of peace and social justice. Although Wallis actively eschews political labels, he describes himself as an evangelical and is often associated with the evangelical left and the wider Christian left. He works as a spiritual advisor to President Barack Obama.[2] He is also a leader in the Red-Letter Christian movement.[3]

Wallis’ writings are regularly published as op-eds in major media outlets. He is also the convener of Call to Renewal, an interfaith  effort to end poverty.Wallis is married to Joy Carroll who was one of the first female priests in the Church of England and upon whom the title character in the BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley was partially based.[46] They have two sons. Wallis has coached their Little League teams.[47] 

] In February 2007 he wrote in Time about the post-Religious Right era and the resurgence of mainstream Christianity, with evangelicals “deserting the Religious Right in droves”.[13] Wallis has served on the Advisory Council to President Barack Obama‘s Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.[14] He serves as a spiritual adviser to President Obama.[2]

In addition to President Obama, Wallis has developed personal friendships with former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown[15] and former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. In his 2010 book Rediscovering Values, Wallis writes, “I consider Rudd one of the most hopeful young political leaders in the world today, a committed Christian who seeks to apply his faith to his public service; we consider each other good friends.”[16]

Wallis has appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, discussing faith and politics.


 Soros Family

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2011/06/barack_obama_george_soros_and_the_religious_left.html  https://archive.is/B01Ez

Wallis Admits to Soros Funding  August 20, 2010 10:55

Jim Wallis has admitted that Sojourners has received funding in the past from liberal billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Institute.

Last month, Marvin Olasky asked Wallis to admit his affiliations on the left when reported on the money from Soros in World magazine.

George Soros, one of the leading billionaire leftists—he has financed groups promoting abortion, atheism, same-sex marriage, and gargantuan government—bankrolled Sojourners with a $200,000 grant in 2004. A year later, here’s how Jim rebutted a criticism of “religious progressives” for being allied with Soros and MoveOn.org: “I know of no connections to those liberal funds and groups that are as direct as the Religious Right’s ties to right-wing funders.”

Since then Sojourners has received at least two more grants from Soros organizations. Sojourners revenues have more than tripled—from $1,601,171 in 2001-2002 to $5,283,650 in 2008-2009—as secular leftists have learned to use the religious left to elect Obama and others.

In a Patheos interview, Wallis suggested that Olasky was lying.

“It’s not hyperbole or overstatement to say that Glenn Beck lies for a living. I’m sad to see Marvin Olasky doing the same thing. No, we don’t receive money from Soros. Given the financial crisis of nonprofits, maybe Marvin should call Soros and ask him to send us money. So, no, we don’t receive money from George Soros. Our books are totally open, always have been. Our money comes from Christians who support us and who read Sojourners. That’s where it comes from. In fact, we’ve had funding blocked, this year and last, by liberal foundations who didn’t like our stance on abortion. Other liberal groups were happy to point out to them that our stance wasn’t kosher on abortion, so our funding was blocked. So tell Marvin he should check his facts, and not imitate Glenn Beck.”

Jay Richards of National Review and Olasky responded to Wallis. Here’s Olasky again:

Want to see for yourself what someone apparently did not want you to see? Click here to download the PDF, go to page 225, and you’ll see the grant to Sojourners.

You can also see the 2006 grant by downloading the 990-PF for that year and going to page 125. And by the way, look at page 114 of the 990-PF for 2007: another $100,000 grant to Sojourners “to support the Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform campaign.” Wallis released a statement through a spokesperson to Patheos  https://web.archive.org/web/20100825101454/  https://archive.is/HFxz1  http://blog.christianitytoday.com:80/ctpolitics/2010/08/wallis_admits 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/KAICIID_Dialogue_Centre  www.kaiciid.org

Austria, Saudi Arabia and Spain form the Council of Parties, which oversees the work of the Centre. The Holy See is the Founding Observer. The Board of Directors includes representatives from five world religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. The Board members are:

Fasial bin Abdulrahman bin Muaammar is the Secretary General of KAICIID. [19]

Nonviolence education and training    IFOR assists groups and individuals to find ways in which they can transform conflicts into positive and growth oriented interactions that involve dialogue and lead to reconciliation. The Nonviolent Education Program[18] aims at supporting sustainable implementation of nonviolence / nonviolent education, peace education and violence prevention in compulsory kindergarten and school education and thus consequent implementation of Children’s Rights expressed in the  Convention on the Rights of the Child. This is done through various presentations and training programs, as well as through the creation of resource materials and contact with trainers and resource people.

Youth empowerment    Thanks to the Youth Working Group, IFOR provides young people with the skills and opportunities to become active peacemakers. This is done through nonviolence and leadership training, campaigning, and through internships with IFOR branches and groups, or with the International Secretariat.

Interfaith cooperation    Religion has on occasion played a central role in fomenting conflict but can also be a source of inspiration and leadership for peace. IFOR sponsors interfaith delegations to areas of conflict and publishes material on nonviolence from different religious traditions.

Disarmament   Since our founding, IFOR has opposed war and preparations for war. IFOR members support conscientious objectors, campaign for a ban on land mines, and oppose nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction. During their annual meeting, European members from different branches of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation issued the Declaration of Prali,[19] in occasion of the Global day of Action on Military Spending,[20] 17 April 2012. The Peace and Constitution Committee Working Group promotes actions to raise awareness on the article 9 of the Japanese Constitution  which denounces war and war-preparation activities.

Gender justice    In 2006 IFOR adopted a Gender Policy in which IFOR recognizes that there is a continuum of violence against women that must be confronted, from family violence in the private sphere to armed conflict in the public sphere. Unequal power relations between women and men are one root of violence, conflict and militarization, where women are often severely abused. Gender justice means that women and men can equally contribute to and benefit from peace building, non-violent conflict resolution and reconciliation. This gender policy recognizes that gender equality is an integral part of IFOR’s fundamental values and is a core spiritual value. A transformation of the power relations between women and men is a prerequisite for a culture of peace and non-violence, and must be promoted throughout IFOR. The Women Peacemaker Program (WPP)[21] is an IFOR program that works to ensure the possibility for women’s access to peace negotiations and promotes the application of IFOR’s Gender Policy.

The successful program has been institutionalized by the end of 2012.

IFOR maintains permanent representatives at the United Nations (UN) in New York, Geneva, Vienna and Paris (UNESCO) who regularly participate in conferences and meetings of UN bodies, providing testimony and expertise from different regional perspectives, promoting non-violent alternatives in the fields of human rights, development, and disarmament. IFOR has observer and consultative status to the United Nations, United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and UNESCO organizations.


  • Al Hassler
  • Diana Francis 1988-1996
  • Marie-Pierre Bovy 1992-1996
  • Akadim Chikandamina 1996-2000
  • Virginia Baron 2000-2002
  • Jonathan Sisson 2002-2006
  • Jan Schacke 2006-2010
  • Hans Ulrich Gerber 2010-2014
  • Davorka Lovrekovic 2014-

The FoR in the United Kingdom  https://archive.is/XpWuo

Spoorstraat 38, 1815 BK Alkmaar, Netherlands   map   Fellowship Europe

19 Paradise St, Oxford http://www.for.org.uk/   The FoR in the United Kingdom


The board of trustees is as follows:

  • Richard Bickle (Chair)
  • Hilary Topp (Vice Chair)
  • Chris Collins (treasurer)
  • Denis Beaumont
  • Geraldine Bridges
  • Chris Cole
  • John Johansen-Berg
  • David Mumford
  • Observer: Bob Gardiner (Baptist Peace Fellowship)



https://web.archive.org/web/20100825101454/   https://archive.is/LndhI 



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