January 16, 2017
When Gülen went to the United States, he was replaced as a proxy. He fled abroad on 28.8.2015. (1)
Mehmet Ali Şengül is wanted by Turkish authorities and was on their "Most Wanted" list in the red category in January 2017.
Ahmet Şahinalp and Mehmet Ali Şengül are in Germany.*
According to the source, Mustafa Özcan is the number two figure after Gülen himself. Known as the so-called "imam," Özcan took the responsibility for FETÖ-linked schools in Balkan countries in 2007. Özcan's current whereabouts are unknown.
The 10 other senior figures in the organization are İsmet Aksoy, Naci Tosun, Şerif Ali Tekalan, İrfan Yılmaz, Reşit Haylamaz, Abdullah Aymaz, Mehmet Erdoğan Tuzun, Mehmet Ali Şengül, Mustafa Yeşil, and Sadık Kesmeci.
The source said these senior managers left Turkey in 2014, but their current whereabouts are unknown. (2)
The movement of U.S.-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen has started discussions on who will replace the leader of the movement, with four members in the running to succeed the ailing leader, according to an intelligence report prepared by analysts who track the group’s activities.
The four were identified as Mehmet Ali Şengül, Cevdet Türkyolu, Osman Şimşek and Ahmet Kurucan. (2)
....was laid to rest in a funeral led by theologian Mehmet Ali Şengül at Lalapaşa Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the city (Ankara). Kilde
Around this time,in December 1989, senior Gülen movement leader Mehmet Ali Şengül began tomake regular visits to the community in Australia and in 1990, less than ten yearsafter the first Hizmet schools were established in Turkey, the Selimiye Foundationwas established with the aim of building a school in Melbourne, an aim that wasfulfilled with the opening of Işık College in 1997, one year after Şule College wasopened in Sydney. Kilde