“In prison for 17 years after a plot of FETÖ”
BURSA - Nuri Aslan was put in Kandıra F Type prison in 1998. Nuri Aslan’s family indicated that he was sentenced by FETÖ since he was teaching Quran and wishes this persecution ends at once.
Arrested then put into jail since he was teaching Quran in a mosque in 1998, Nuri Aslan has been in prison for years innocently. His wife and children claim that he was arrested after a plot conducted by police, soldier and judges linked with FETÖ just because he was teaching Quran in a mosque. They asked from government to give a chance for retrial.
Apprehended in Gaziantep while teaching Quran in a mosque and kept under custody for months, having had heavy torture and been in the prison since then, Nuri Aslan’s family talked to ILKHA.
“My father has been in prison for 17 years just because he was teaching Quran”
Sait Aslan, one of the children of Aslan, said: “my father was arrested and tortured for days by police who was working for FETÖ and he was sentenced upon fabricated statements and he has been in prison for 17 years.”
“I call Prime Minister and President; why do you condone this persecution?”
Calling on government and authorities, Aslan said:” those who punished my father now are being tried for plotting coup. These men put my father into prison. I want this persecution come to an end. I cannot have my father with me for 17 years. I call on AK party government, Prime Minister and President. We don’t plead a release or amnesty moreover we want a rehearing for all those who were sentenced by FETÖ members.”
“My father was imprisoned after a plot set by FETÖ members”
Indicating that he was longing for his father for years, Selman Aslan said his father has been in prison since he was a 1st grade student. Selman Aslan said: “my father was imprisoned after a plot set by FETÖ member judges and prosecutors. He has been kept behind locked doors for 17 years. We have been having our days without him for nothing indeed.
“I try to raise my children without father”
Living apart from her husband for 17 years, Hatice Aslan told us what she has been through for years that: “my husband was teaching Quran to children for the sake of Allah. My little son was 5 months old when his father was arrested. Now he is 17 years old. I try to raise my children without father.”
Living out her life on the way of prisons, Hatice Aslan said: “they neither release him nor open a door. But we strongly believe that this is for Allah’s cause. And we will never give up this cause.” (ILKHA)