Evidence Proves Turkey Supporting Takfiri Terrorists: Iraq’s Badr Organization
Spokesman of Iraqi organization taking part in fighting Takfiri militants said Terrorists are freely crossing the Turkish border back and forth with Ankara providing militants with logistical support.
Karim al-Nouri, spokesman for the Popular Front’s Badr Organization, cited crystal clear” evidence gathered from prisoners and on the battlefield.
He said Bard forces were able to secure enough data from the dead ISIL (so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Levant) terrorists’ bodies to directly implicate Turkey in involvement with affairs of the Takfiri militants, RT reported on Friday.
“Recently we found a few of their phones which have messages of their orders, coordinates and data on movement of their people,” Nouri told RT.
“The problem of ISIL did not just appear out of the blue, somebody is allowing them to freely cross borders… I want the audience to know the extent to which Turkey openly supports ISIL.”
Among the evidence which Nouri says is now in possession of Iraqi intelligence are photos showing Turkish President Erdogan’s son doing business with ISIL representatives.
“We have photo material and comments on Erdogan’s son, material where he meets with ISIL heads,” Nouri said. “There is nothing fabricated in this case, there is no photoshop. These shots are real. They were made public by ISIL commanders themselves.”
Nouri hopes that Iraqi special forces will eventually come across audio recordings directly implicating the Turkish leadership in shady ISIL deals. The data collected is also being analyzed by Iraq’s intelligence to the “degree of participation of the Turkish secret services and their involvement in ISIL affairs.”
Turkey, Nouri is certain, is responsible for treating ISIL militants on their territory and offering them safe havens and transit points for jihadists to move freely and even go back to their home countries.
“From the contents of these conversations it becomes clear that, for example, a specific field commander says that such and such [militant] should be sent to Turkey for treatment,” he explained to RT.