World Bulletin / News Desk
While the Turkish nation seeks extradition of Fetullah Gülen, the U.S.- based leader of Fetullah extremist Organization (FETÖ), the U.S. media and authority continue to back the mastermind of the July 15 coup attempt in Turkey.
Following the UK news channel, the BBC, and London-based news agency Reuters, the U.S.-based CNN TV International aired an interview with Gülen to glamorize the top extremist.
While most interviews settings usually don't include much of a background, one of the two paintings on the background wall explicitly displayed during CNN's Gülen interview had grabbed attention and raised concern over a most-discussed assassination in recent months in southeastern Turkey.
The wall-hung painting showed the unusual "four-legged" minaret of the historical Sheikh Mutahhar Mosque in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır.
This painting is considered a secret message from Gülen, as he used several tools to send messages to his followers in Turkey and around the world through international media outlets.
In a previous interview published in the Wall Street Journal months before the coup attempt, the extrem leader stroke a pose with a khaki coat indicating an upcoming military coup and signalled his fellow extremists to prepare.
Earlier in December 2016, the chief of the Diyarbakır Bar Association, Tahir Elçi, was shot dead during a press briefing in front of the Four-legged minaret calling on the PKK extremists to stop violation specially to protect the minaret and mosque.
But his death stepped up the tempo of clashes between the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) extremist group and Turkish Security Forces.
Turkish authorities believe that FETÖ was one of the main factors behind the PKK's recent violence.