Turkey’s secret pact with Islamic State exposed by operative behind wave of ISIS attacks
The elephant in NATO’s room: state-sponsorship of Daesh
New evidence has emerged that the Turkish government under President Erdogan is covertly providing direct military, financial and logistical support to ISIS, even while claiming to fight the terror network. The evidence comes in the form of testimony from an ISIS terrorist captured by Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, widely recognised as the most effective force confronting ISIS on the ground.
The testimony has been reported by two Kurdish news agencies, the Syrian-Kurdish Harwar News Agency (ANHA) based in Rojava, and the Turkish-Kurdish Ajansa Nûçeyan a Firatê (Firat News Agency or ANF News). The latter’s head office is based in Amsterdam.
Phi Beta Iota: Governments are not monolythic. There are at least seven US foreign policies and similar numbers in European countries. There is every possibility that a covert portion of NATO is quite happy with the Turkish president leader's support of ISIS, which was created by the Saudis and the USA in the first place.
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