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Turkish Doctors, Terrorists Engaged in Trafficking Organs of Syrian Patients

12 October 2017 10:25


The Turkish surgeons and ISIL terrorists have been engaged in taking Syrian patients’ body organs out in ISIL-held Raqqa city’s state hospital in Northeastern Syria and trafficking them to black markets for transplantation in different countries, a Kurdish media outlet reported on Wednesday.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news quoted local sources as disclosing that the ISIL terrorists took out Syrian patients’ body organs in cooperation with the Turkish surgeons to trade them in other countries.

It said that ISIL had embarked on training female nurses in Raqqa’s state hospital to cure its own members that were sick, adding that the ISIL, in cooperation with the Turkish doctors, was using the blood of the Syrian patients to save the injured terrorists’ lives.

Hawar news further said that the ISIL and the Turkish doctors were cooperating to take out the patients’ body organs to sell them.

Local sources told Hawar news that a large number of Syrian patients lost their lives in Raqqa hospital, while their bodies were not handed over to their family members.

Relevant reports said in December 2016 that terrorist groups in Idlib province abducted tens of Syrian children and trafficked their body organs.

The Arabic-language Al-Hadath news website quoted the sources as saying that some specific groups that trained medics kidnapped the children, mutilated their body organs and then left their corpses in remote areas or buried them.

According to them, an Israeli officer in Turkey was waiting for the children’s organs to be transferred to the black market for transplantation.

The sources said that the medical teams of these groups anesthesiologists, surgeons and a number of armed forces who abduct children and transfer them to safe areas for surgery in brand-new and fully equipped ambulances.

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