Saturday, October 12, 2019

Will The Turkish Invasion of Syria Enable the Escape of ISIS Terrorists?

ISIS terrorists are held prisoners by the Kurds, who are now under attack by the Turks. Could this Turkish invasion into Syria result in ISIS prisoners escaping? ISIS terrorists have reportedly been helped by Turkish authorities at various times.

“Then there is Turkey, an actual NATO member,... Turkey has allowed ISIS to be replenished by allowing its own territory to be used as a transit zone for jihadist volunteers....” - Scott McConnell, October 15, 2014.

“Throughout the ISIS years, he[Erdogan] allowed tens of thousands of Sunni Islamist fighters to come through Turkey into Syria...” Melik Kaylan,October 11, 2019.

“There are many more examples of Turkey’s passive support to Islamic State fighters, including wounded Islamic State militants treated for free at hospitals across southeastern Turkey. Among those receiving care was one of the top deputies of Islamic State chieftain Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Ahmet el-H, who was treated in a private hospital in Sanliurfa in August 2014.”

“It’s time to recognize Turkey for what it is and dispense with diplomatic niceties: Simply put, Turkey is an enabler of the Islamic State’s global campaign and, as such, has become a state sponsor of terror.”

And “jihadis” have reportedly been “coordinated" by NATO members:
“Last year the chiefs of staff of the US, Britain, France, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey met in Jordan; and a report by UAE's newspaper... also mentions the existence of a secret command center in Jordan which is staffed by military officials from 14 Western and Arab countries including Israel. This command center coordinates the operations of the rebels (jihadis) in southern Syria; while the operations of the jihadis in northern Syria are coordinated by similar command centers and bases in Turkey....” Nauman Sadiq, Sept, 22, 2014.

 “Under U.S. law it is illegal for any American to provide money or assistance to al-Qaeda, ISIS or other terrorist groups. If you or I gave money, weapons or support to al-Qaeda or ISIS, we would be thrown in jail. Yet the U.S. government has been violating this law for years, quietly supporting allies and partners of al-Qaeda, ISIL, Jabhat Fateh al Sham and other terrorist groups with money, weapons, and intelligence support, in their fight to overthrow the Syrian government.[i]... Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, December 8, 2016,Press Release.

NATO is harbouring the Islamic State

“With their command and control centre based in Istanbul, Turkey, military supplies from Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular were transported by Turkish intelligence to the border for rebel acquisition. CIA operatives along with Israeli and Jordanian commandos were also training FSA rebels on the Jordanian-Syrian border with anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons. In addition, other reports show that British and French military were also involved in these secret training programmes. It appears that the same FSA rebels receiving this elite training went straight into ISIS – last month one ISIS commander, Abu Yusaf, said, ‘Many of the FSA people who the west has trained are actually joining us.’” Nafeez Ahmed

“American, British, French and Turkish troops, special forces and warplanes have for too long violated Syria with egregious violation of international law. Those NATO states are culpable of war crimes and aggression.... The harsh truth is that Kurdish leaders have allowed their people to become pawns in criminal intrigues by NATO powers against the nation of Syria.” Editorial, October 11, 2019.

Quite frankly, I believe this so-called “invasion” stinks. Turkey a NATO member and other NATO members have been trying to overthrow the legitimate government of Syria by reportedly helping the terrorists. Now these ISIS terrorists could perhaps be freed under cover of this so-called “invasion.” And Syria once again could be threatened by ISIS, because of the Turkish invasion.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin said he doubted the Turkish army has enough resources to take control of prison camps in the region housing ISIS detainees, and he fears the captured fighters ‘could just run away,’ leading to a revival of the militant group.”
“‘We have to be aware of this and mobilize the resources of our intelligence to undercut this emerging tangible threat,’ Putin said during a visit to Turkmenistan.”
The Associated Press · Posted: Oct 11, 2019 6:10 AM ET  

Vladimir Putin has said the Turkish invasion into northern Syria could set free thousands of Isis fighters currently under Kurdish control and their potential escape is ‘a real threat for us’”. Andrew Roth, Fri 11 Oct 2019 15.06 BST

Any person that reads the evidence of “The Plot against Syria And The Reported Settlement of ‘terrorist militants’ into Canada” and “The Diabolical ‘Work’ of NATO and its “Allies” has to ask: “Why Are These War Criminals Still Free”? And “Is There a Criminal Cabal Aiding Terrorists”?
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“Then there is the incontrovertible evidence that the US, Britain and France have for the past seven years covertly ransacked Syria with their clandestine support of terrorist proxies – the very groups whom they mendaciously claim to be fighting against.”  EDITORIAL | 13.04.2018

“The West is getting nowhere in its supposed assaults on Islamic terrorist groups because it is actually arming and supporting them, and always has done to suit itself. But it can’t admit this to the public, as then that same public would want to string them up.” 07.10.2019  Seth Ferris

In conclusion Turkey is reportedly going after Kurdish terrorists. While it and other NATO members have been arming and training terrorists. I believe something smells in this whole disgusting hypocritical charade that started off as a “regime change” and is now an open “invasion” of a sovereign country and a violation of international law. Meanwhile, Thousands of people are dead, thousands of people are refugees and the war criminals are free. Therefore I Ask:
Will The War Criminals Be Brought To Justice in 2019? Or Is Justice Dead and Buried?

Stephen J. Gray
October 12, 2019.

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