Following @BAUDEGS I have experienced hateful and propagandist tweets time after time. I have been shocked that an academic community would be so reckless with their publications. So I did some research.
The question is:
Is this an official account for Bahcesehir Uni (Bau)?

Bahcesehir Uni, BAU has an official website which links to their social media, leading to their Twitter account @Bahcesehir
BAU’s official Twitter account
BAU has many departments, which all have separate accounts. Nowhere among them did I find @BAUDEGS
@BAUOrganization @ApplyBAU @adayBAU @BAUAlumniCenter @bahcesehirfbe @baufens @CyprusBau @bauiisbf @bauglobal @bahcesehirebe @BAUintBatumi @BAUiletisim @BAUSaglik @bauebf @TIPBAU
Nowhere among them was @BAUDEGS to find
This and the content of the @BAUDEGS account leads me to a question? Is this a fake account? If so, is the institution of @Bahcesehir aware of this account and how they undermine the academic status of the true Bahcesehir University? @TIPBAU
I wish to respectfully address the question to BAU academics as well. @EnverYucel @burakkuntay @CoskunInce @turgaypolatt @Suhers @HuseyinYucell @KoseAhmet @tunc_bozbura @dagozlem @turkerkilic @sirin_karadeniz @NafizArica @tanzerercanpolt @TIPBAU
Does @BAUDEGS represent BAU?
@GreekAnalyst @thedukeoriginal @NikosMichailid4 @mignatiou @ekathimerini @parapolitika @Makis_Kevrekidi @Strong3Mike
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