Orgies, Blackmail and anti-Semitism: Inside the Islamic Cult Whose Leader Is Embraced by Israeli Figures

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Adnan Oktar and his 'kittens.'
Adnan Oktar and his 'kittens.'Credit: Global Ltd
Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel
Asaf Ronel

UPDATE: Turkey arrests Adnan Oktar and over 200 of his followers. The accusations against them include forming a criminal gang, fraud and sexual abuse

ISTANBUL – Fulya is a Turkish woman of 36. Tall, thin, with peroxide blonde hair, hazel eyes, penciled eyebrows and full lips. When she enters a fancy restaurant on the European banks of the Bosporus in Istanbul’s fashionable Bebek neighborhood, almost all eyes turn to look at her. Even though Fulya (not her real name), who’s the daughter of the CEO of a large Turkish company, seems to leave a trail of stardust behind her, her work is not especially glitzy – she works for an NGO in Istanbul.

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