Encounter invites you to connect intellectually, emotionally and intuitively across a broad spectrum of topics. The program regularly reflects on the religious experience of multicultural Australia, giving access to voices and experiences that are not often heard in the mainstream media.
August 31st, 2013
Episode 1 of 69 episodes
This week Margaret Coffey looks at one of the prime producers of ‘Turkishness’— the Gülen movement. It’s active in Australia and it has recruited many eminent Australians as patrons.And we hear of a counter version of Islam from Turkey — the Anti-Capitalist Muslims who played an important part in the Gezi Park protest movement.
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