"I'm not afraid that I would be extradited. If they decide so, let it be. And, let them build an international team to investigate the attempted military coup," Gulen said in an interview with Russia’s Rossiya 1 broadcaster.
The coup attempt was suppressed by early Saturday, with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim stating that all coup supporters were identified and would be apprehended as the country was returning to normal life. Over 290 people were killed and hundreds were injured during the events, while nearly 6,000 people have already been detained.