Friday, October 10, 2014

Turkey 'providing direct support' to ISIS

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NATO member Turkey is providing direct intelligence and logistical support to the ISIS terrorist organization, according to a senior Egyptian security official speaking to WND.

The official said Egypt has information Turkish intelligence is passing to ISIS satellite imagery and other data, with particular emphasis on exposing to ISIS jihadists the positions of Kurdish fighters and the storage locations of their weapons and munitions.

The official confirmed reports that Turkey released ISIS terrorists from jail in a sweeping deal with the jihadist organization that saw the release of 49 hostages from the Turkish embassy in Mosul who were being held by ISIS.

More @ WND

4 comments:

  1. This is a perfect example of the moderate Muslim. He wants the extremist Muslim to behead you while he cheers them on. The idea there is a majority of moderate Muslims is a lie. If this huge group of moderate Muslims actually existed there would be hundreds of YouTube links showing them denouncing ISIS and what is being done in the name of Islam. Everyone that believes there is this huge majority of Muslims that are moderate PLEASE show me the hundreds of YouTube links showing them disapproving of ISIS. I can give you hundreds showing support however.

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  2. In two world wars it was turkey that was on the German side. And in neither defeat was the Turkey government made to pay a price for its support of the Axis side in the war. Now we find ourselves again on the opposite side as Turkey and this is the same Turkey that refused to allow the US to use its territory to invade during the Iraq war. It was left to the 173rd abn to parachute into that part of Iraq. Turkey wants to align itself as the leader of a new caliphate...it desires to become a new improved Ottoman empire. There is another interesting piece at Gates of Vienna you may wish to read. It is a piece originally put out in about 2006. The link is at the bottom of the article titled "Bridges and bastions". At the bottom of the article is a link to "The other September 11th". I think you will enjoy it.

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    1. Thanks for the info and I'll check out the link.

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