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  • #31
    Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

    'WE BOTH ARE TURKS, BRO': TURKEY-IS PHONE CONVERSATION LEAKED

    23.02.16

    Wiretapped phone conversations between Islamic State (IS) militants
    and the Turkish intelligence have been leaked to confirm the suspected
    secret collaboration between the two.

    According to the Turkish Cumhuriyet, the conversations took place
    close to the Turkey-Syria border.

    The interlocutors reportedly exchanged messages in a very friendly
    tone, referring to each other as "bro".

    The leaked records also reveal that members of the terrorist group
    and Turkish intelligence officers meet at times on the border.

    The IS members are Turks too, the Turkish publication says, quoting a
    Turkish militant affiliated with the group as saying, "You are a Turk,
    bro, so am I; you are a Muslim, and so I am I."

    Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said he has fears
    that the Islamic State is in secret talks with Turkey.

    https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...clVqgrzkwS4&e=

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    • #32
      Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

      Turkish Army shells foreign journalists in Latakia
      By News Desk
      01/03/2016

      A group of foreign journalists came under a terrorist attack in the northeastern countryside of Lattakia, a source on the ground told SANA on Tuesday. The source said the attack was caused by artillery shelling from across the Turkish side and took place while the journalists were touring Kensabba area, 60 km northeast of Lattakia city, to which the army and the popular defense groups restored security on February 18th.

      Later, a military source dismissed the attack as “a breach of the cessation of hostilities,” saying it is evidence of the extent of the Turkish regime’s involvement in supporting terrorist groups and inciting them to torpedo the agreement. 4 journalists from Russia, China, Bulgaria and Canada were injured due to the attack.

      Meanwhile, Russian Defense Ministry Spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said the attack was caused by 8 artillery shells that came from the Turkish territories. Konashenkov said the journalists were evacuated from the site and that the injured were given the necessary medical assistance. The group consisted of 33 journalists from Bulgaria, Greece, Germany, the United States, China, Russia, and Canada. SANA

      https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...lists-latakia/ | Al-Masdar News

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      • #33
        Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

        Syrian Kurds accuse Turkey of aiding sarin gas delivery to rebels after fresh chemical attacks

        10/03/2016

        In an interview with RT, a spokesman for the Kurdish YPG militia accused Turkey of providing a clear transit route for the chemical weapons that were deployed against them near the city of Aleppo on Tuesday. Syrian anti-government militants “took advantage of the ceasefire” to launch attacks against a Kurdish-controlled area near Aleppo in northern Syria, Redur Xelil told RT.

        The attackers targeted a civilian district of what was once Syria’s biggest city, and has since become a key battleground. According to Xelil, the shells emitted an “unnatural smell” and “yellow smoke” upon impact, indicating that chemical weapons were involved. “Our sources inside the rebel groups have confirmed that toxic substances were used. We also have verified information that sarin gas was delivered to them from Turkey. All signs point to the fact that these factions were using banned weapons, but we cannot access the launching area, as it is located on the front between the Turkish and rebel forces,” Xelil told RT by Skype from Rojava in Syria.

        Kurdish deputies in the Turkish parliament have previously accused Ankara of supplying Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and other jihadist groups inside Syria with chemical weapons, which are used both in their fight against the Syrian government and to pin responsibility for their deployment on the regime of President Bashar Assad. Tuesday’s attack, which also involved phosphorus, did not result in any severe casualties.

        “This attack was a failure, but this doesn’t mean that there won’t be another one. We are convinced the enemy has improvised shells containing phosphorus and sarin gas,” said Xelil. Last month, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) accused IS of using chemical weapons against Kurdish forces throughout 2015. Reports emerged on Wednesday revealing that the jihadist group had launched a new chemical attack on the Kurdish village of Zaza in northern Iraq, in which more than 40 civilians suffered chemical burns and lung damage.

        https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...mical-attacks/ | Al-Masdar News

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        • #34
          Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

          Russia should bomb the hell out of the access route that a Donkey couldn't pass.......then target Turkish militants consecrations area with ISIS.
          B0zkurt Hunter

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          • #35
            Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

            Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
            Syrian Kurds accuse Turkey of aiding sarin gas delivery to rebels after fresh chemical attacks

            10/03/2016

            In an interview with RT, a spokesman for the Kurdish YPG militia accused Turkey of providing a clear transit route for the chemical weapons that were deployed against them near the city of Aleppo on Tuesday. Syrian anti-government militants “took advantage of the ceasefire” to launch attacks against a Kurdish-controlled area near Aleppo in northern Syria, Redur Xelil told RT.

            The attackers targeted a civilian district of what was once Syria’s biggest city, and has since become a key battleground. According to Xelil, the shells emitted an “unnatural smell” and “yellow smoke” upon impact, indicating that chemical weapons were involved. “Our sources inside the rebel groups have confirmed that toxic substances were used. We also have verified information that sarin gas was delivered to them from Turkey. All signs point to the fact that these factions were using banned weapons, but we cannot access the launching area, as it is located on the front between the Turkish and rebel forces,” Xelil told RT by Skype from Rojava in Syria.

            Kurdish deputies in the Turkish parliament have previously accused Ankara of supplying Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and other jihadist groups inside Syria with chemical weapons, which are used both in their fight against the Syrian government and to pin responsibility for their deployment on the regime of President Bashar Assad. Tuesday’s attack, which also involved phosphorus, did not result in any severe casualties.

            “This attack was a failure, but this doesn’t mean that there won’t be another one. We are convinced the enemy has improvised shells containing phosphorus and sarin gas,” said Xelil. Last month, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) accused IS of using chemical weapons against Kurdish forces throughout 2015. Reports emerged on Wednesday revealing that the jihadist group had launched a new chemical attack on the Kurdish village of Zaza in northern Iraq, in which more than 40 civilians suffered chemical burns and lung damage.

            https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...mical-attacks/ | Al-Masdar News
            Israel uses burning phosphorus shells on civilians, I bet they are supplying it via Turkey. Quick lets bomb Iraq again.
            Hayastan or Bust.

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            • #36
              Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

              Contents from seized Turkish vessel exposed by Lebanese media
              By News Desk -
              18/03/2016

              The Lebanese publication “Al-Akhbar” released an article on Friday that detailed a recent correspondence between the Lebanese authorities and Greek government concerning the shipment of weapons and explosives from a Turkish ship destined for Lebanon.

              Based on the information provided by Al-Akhbar, the Turkish ship contained 6,400 assault rifles, 10,000 explosive devices, and 10,000 partitions of ammonia nitrate.

              The Turkish vessel was identified as the “Cookie Boy”; it was originally docked at the Turkish port of Izmir before attempting to make its short voyage to Lebanese waters. Luckily, the Greek Coast Guard was able to stop the ship before it could reach its intended destination in Lebanon; however, several questions have been arisen since its seizure, including “who is responsible for these weapons?”

              Among the passengers on the ship were 6 Syrians, 4 Indians, and a Lebanese national; they are all currently being investigated by the Greek authorities. Turkey has attempted to deflect from this serious matter by dismissing the allegations that the Erdogan regime had any prior knowledge of this transfer.

              https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...ebanese-media/ | Al-Masdar News

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              • #37
                Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

                Stupid Liberal EU

                In Jan 2016 a campaign of EU BS ... Brussels is safe!



                Today the Parody ... watch it at 0:30

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                • #38
                  Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

                  Originally posted by Azad View Post
                  Stupid Liberal EU

                  In Jan 2016 a campaign of EU BS ... Brussels is safe!



                  Today the Parody ... watch it at 0:30

                  The ones committing the crimes are born and raised in the EU. They're largely poor, uneducated, many of them are already criminals who have been locked up and released from prison, and all of them are pretty isolated mentally from the rest of society. They're like America's mass shooters.

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                  • #39
                    Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

                    Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                    ... all of them are pretty isolated mentally from the rest of society.

                    I lived long enough in the EU and I am very familiar with their Islamic expansionism. Cities like Marseille have a population of over 40% couscous au poulet (Arabs). It all happened in 20 some years. turks in Holland and Germany, Pakistanis in England, Moroccans, Algerians and Tunisians in France, Belgium and Switzerland … I don’t think they are “pretty isolated mentally from the rest of society” some places they are the society.

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                    • #40
                      Re: DAESH-ISIS / Turkey : organic links

                      This is a part of a preplanned conspiracy by those who own the world. It is no accident that all these terrorist organizations are linked to USA/Israel and their Islamic allies. It was no accident that all this is attributed to the direct and indirect invasions and forced coupes. Weakening Europe to keep it under control is part of the plan. Taking away all human rights in the name of security is part of the plan. What a sad state of the world today..so sad.
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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