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July 8th, 2017, 3:16 am #41

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Lol and what about this one, was this also not a response? Also a statement adressing what someone wrote is a response you honourless monkey 😆


And it is siktir. Nice effort though, kosefil coony
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July 8th, 2017, 7:39 am #42

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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You morons playing in my hand, each time you stupid dumb idiots rant and open your ars this post comes on the top of the list and being refreshed.
Turkey and Pakistan both are fake countries. There is no history in turkland, everything in Turkey is either built by Persians, Greeks or Romans. The same with Pakiland. Now go ahead and rant Turko.
Just give me one example of a Turkish build something in Turkiland from 1000 years ago. You are a moughl race and a nomadic goat fückers that lived in tent and bend over in tent. Now go and beg a Europeans to let you in. No pride but big mouth and sociopaths that are used as toilet and street cleaners in Germany for decades. I guess inbreeding is the cause of stupidity in turkoland.
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July 8th, 2017, 9:59 am #43

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Siavosh dadash take it easy dude. Iran and Turkey have disagreements, yes! But come one man don't say they don't have history or what not. If they borrowed from Iran, then Iran borrowed from the Lydians and Assyrians dude. Civilisation is taking note from your sorrounding and evolve it.

@Charlie
kosefiil lol there is no way you could pick up that slur without having Iranian friends. They thought you well!
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July 8th, 2017, 10:38 am #44

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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"Now go ahead and rant Turko."



Just one question, does that last one count as a response? 🤣
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July 9th, 2017, 7:21 am #45

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Taste your own medicine, I responded the same way you and other idiots attacked me even though I was objective and was reasoning. I did not see you koskesh stoping them but you join them too.

Here the real face of turkey:

http://217.218.67.231/Detail/2017/07/09 ... ia-Sakarya
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July 9th, 2017, 7:32 am #46

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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^ Bro you are emotional like a little sissy girl, hanging out with those stuck up vanilla Germans are getting to you dude.
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July 9th, 2017, 11:07 am #47

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Hahaha!

Siavosh now go and deliver some shish kebaps and clean that toilet afterwards. After that you can start to sell these carpets that lie in the corner since last week.



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July 9th, 2017, 10:04 pm #48

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Hey eddy with so many Turks in Germany already cleaning toilet and cleaning the street nevermind working in St. Pauli. There is no room for anyone else. I am in a position that only thing I can offer you and your kind is my super deluxe vacuum pressured toilet to be cleaned. please watch out for your head before it get sucked in since Turks like you are not worthy to be insured.
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July 10th, 2017, 3:50 am #49

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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@Siavosh


You responded to this:


"Look in your own backyard you inbreed sheeple kunts"



Which was not even aimed at you. Even if it was aimed at you, you decided to make this about race and insulted all Turks and now you are wondering why I did not stick up for you?? 🤣
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July 10th, 2017, 9:02 am #50

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Since when do earth closets work like that?



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July 10th, 2017, 9:11 am #51

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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@ Charlie:

He is one of those hairy persians that are negro-black with curly hair thinking to be superior to us turks, whereas the last real turk he saw was in a textbook.

Why do so many iranians in western nations host so much inferiority complexes? Of course there also some turks like that but especially with iranians this is noticable and most non-iranian WAFF users will confirm this.
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July 10th, 2017, 1:05 pm #52

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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I only know a handful but they all seem pretty cool, I have never noticed them have an inferiority complex towards us. Only one I would say I wouldn't trust and he is an Azeri.
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July 10th, 2017, 2:28 pm #53

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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eddy takes waff way to seriously lol , if iranians "Hated" turks they wouldnt make one of top.5 tourist visitors to Turkey

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism_i ... r_arrivals


its a military forum man, full of nationalism and flame wars..... this whole Iran vs Turkey stuff just some neighbor rivalry going on, why should persians have inferiority complex towards turks man wtf ? we might flame each other and try to outdo each other but its kinda just healthy rivalry as we also do alot of business together.

whats also point of this whole racist ******** talks, my persian side is as white as my azeri side... you should really leave Germany eddy seems that place disturbed your mind towards negative thoughts, i also left 7 years ago (now in Tehran). Its a Jewland now only concentrated to import muslims to destroy the german people and create more hate between Europeans/Muslims for future conflicts, the last true german leader was Hitler.



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July 10th, 2017, 3:03 pm #54

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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You contradict yourself!

First you say I should not take WAFF too serious but at the same time you take me way too serious.
I was just flaming as a response to Siavoshs racial slurs, nothing else.
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July 10th, 2017, 3:07 pm #55

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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dont get me wrong germans are good people i not once had any troubles with a german in Germany ,everytime i came into fights it was migrants that started troubles.

but the German government and jewish media groups and "NGO`s" such as axel springer that basically own the german society and created this new "Post WW2 German culture" destroyed Germany...

people get bombarded with hate in that nation, everyone backstabs eachother. Germans are not even allowed to be proud of themself.... The Jews and their local brainwashed christians will only stop till germans and migrants killeachother off in the streets like animals...

when the Syria war broke out i knew what was coming towards Germany because after the "Greater Israel Project" in the middle east, the chaos will be turned next to europe so i left the jew ruled west forever.

They killed the "european Race" and finished off the Muslim Middle East while sitting back letting them both kill each other ,smart move Jews,smart move.

But there is always a payback time the next adolf hitler wont have that much enemies i guess.

@eddy ok then
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July 11th, 2017, 4:50 am #56

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Don't believe charlieTurk and this other miserable lying Turkish Talibans. Turkey was neck deep in support for the Islamic State.

See:

https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence ... 2238698f52

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In interviews with INSURGE intelligence, Yayla exclusively revealed that he had personally witnessed evidence of high-level Turkish state sponsorship of ISIS during his police career, which eventually led him to resign. He decided to become a whistleblower after Erdogan’s authoritarian crackdown following the failed military coup in July. This is the first time that the former counter-terrorism chief has spoken on the record to reveal what he knows about Turkish government aid to Islamist terror groups.
Ahmet Sait Yayla

The former Turkish National Police counter-terrorism chief is speaking out at considerable risk to his own family. As part of Erdogan’s crackdown after the failed military coup in July, Yayla’s 19 year old son was prevented from leaving the country, and eventually arrested on terrorism charges.

When I first spoke to Yayla, he had just launched his new book in Washington DC, ISIS Defectors: Inside Stories of the Terrorist Caliphate, co-authored with Professor Anne Speckhard, a NATO and Pentagon consultant specialising in the psychology of radicalisation.

“Turkey is supporting Islamic State and other jihadist groups,” said Yayla.

“I know this firstly as a former chief of Turkish national police and what I experienced there, which is the reason I ended up leaving the police. And secondly, due to former ISIS terrorists whom I have interviewed as part of my research into the jihadist phenomenon — many of whom say that ISIS enjoys official Turkish support.”
Still today many miserable Turks consider ISIS a sort of possible ally against Kurdish groups or hope that ISIS can somehow come back and defeat Kurds...
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July 11th, 2017, 9:18 am #57

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Bollocks. Just because we like when IS and pkk kill eachother doesn't mean we see them as allies.



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July 11th, 2017, 5:20 pm #58

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Spamming Turkish retard of Australia, I am not saying ISIS was supported by the Turkish state on a high level, this guy is:
https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence ... 2238698f52

Ahmet Sait Yayla was Chief of the Counter-Terrorism and Operations Division of Turkish National Police between 2010 and 2012, before becoming Chief of the Public Order and Crime Prevention Division until 2014. Previously, he had worked in the Counter-Terrorism and Operations Division as a mid-level manager for his entire 20-year police tenure, before becoming Chief of Police in Ankara and Sanliurfa.
And that guy is alot more authoritative than your propaganda spamming ***... Let us not forget that Turkish journalist Can Dundar who was eventually jailed for exposing that Turkish MIT was smuggling weapons to ISIS and other jihadists.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... rity-crime

Early in 2014, a truck understood to belong to the Turkish intelligence service (MIT) was stopped near the Syrian border. The gendarmerie and the intelligence officials in control of the convoy pulled guns on each other. This was the moment the two blocks vying to rule the state came face to face. The truck was searched. Beneath the camouflage composed of medicines boxes, weapons and ammunition were found. The truck was held for a while, but following the intervention of government officials a safe passage into Syria was granted.
Another article on that incident:
http://www.jerusalemonline.com/news/mid ... isis-17503

More on how ISIS was protected in Turkey:
https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence ... 35d1d29e18
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Turkish spies thwart Turkish cops

The source, Savas Yildiz, was captured by the YPG during the ISIS attack on the Kurdish province of Gire Spi (Tel Abyad) in Syria.

Blacked out in the Turkish and international press, Yildiz’s capture by the YPG is a significant counter-terrorist success.

A Turkish national who joined a jihadist group in Syria in 2014, Yildiz was the prime suspect in the twin bombings of the headquarters of one of the main opposition parties in Turkey, the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP). The bombings occured at HDP offices in Adana and Mersin in May 2015.

Yildiz went on to participate in a string of further terror strikes in Turkey. But he was also originally a prime suspect in the ISIS bombing in Istanbul in March 2016, which killed four and injured 39 civilians.

Turkish authorities at first assumed that Yildiz was the suicide bomber in that attack, but police quickly identified the actual bomber as Mehmet Ozturk.

Both Ozturk and Yildiz were known to Turkish security forces as ISIS operatives. The authorities had put out a dragnet for Yildiz in October 2015, believing he, Ozturk, and two other ISIS operatives — Haci Ali Durmaz and Yunus Durmaz — had re-entered Turkey from Syria to carry out terror attacks.

After the March 2016 bombing in Istanbul, Turkish police again released the names of Yildiz and his accomplices, describing them as three suspected ISIS terrorists planning further strikes inside Turkey.

But while Turkish police had been hunting Yildiz and his accomplices, they had been repeatedly thwarted by Turkish intelligence agencies. Turkish security sources said that Savas Yildiz had twice been previously arrested by Turkish authorities for his allegiance to ISIS, and was even on a terrorist watch list.

Similarly, Yildiz’s colleague, Mehmet Ozturk, had been “blacklisted” by Turkish intelligence as a “supporter of a terrorist group,” but had repeatedly been able to travel to and from Syria because he was not on the national judiciary informatics system (UYAP).

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And this article also documented thanks to interviews with ISIS members how easy it was for them to shuttle from Turkey to Syria and back:
http://www.terrorismanalysts.com/pt/ind ... w/475/html
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July 11th, 2017, 9:12 pm #59

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



http://warisboring.com/turkeys-blind-ey ... mic-state/
It's a fine line between not supporting and turning a blind eye on their movements and business activities through/within Turkey.
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July 11th, 2017, 10:11 pm #60

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



http://warisboring.com/turkeys-blind-ey ... mic-state/
@SINA-1:

Fanatic sh1thole Turkey turned a blind eye against Islamic state and Al-Qaeda networks in Turkey because Ankara it considered more important to oust Assad. Now the Islamic state has too many supporters and cells for Turkish security services to ever catch up with.
http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/07/01/tur ... -too-late/

Turkey was aware of these networks from the early days of the Syrian conflict. In 2012, Turkish police began to electronically monitor suspected Turkish al Qaeda members but did little to disrupt their networks. Turkish intelligence officials privately suggested that they were more interested in mapping the network and seeing where the information led them rather than endlessly arresting low-level recruits.

The Turkish government had also concluded that the Syrian conflict would be a short one, estimating that President Bashar al-Assad would be forced from power in six months. It viewed Syria’s jihadist problem as secondary to that of the Syrian regime and was focused on the immediate task of defeating Assad. The jihadist threat, many Turkish officials argued, was linked to Assad’s brutality. They made the case that the regime had to be removed before a long-lasting solution to a group like the Islamic State could be pursued.

But as Ankara focused on Assad, the jihadists concentrated on expanding their influence on Turkish soil. Turkish jihadists operated in much the same way as the Islamic State in Iraq, establishing cells embedded within hierarchical networks. These cells, like in Iraq, sought to use the media for propaganda. In Turkey, the leader of one al Qaeda cell, Ilham Bali, worked closely with Abdulkadir Polat, the editor of the Turkish language Takva Haber. This suggests that a more senior, Syria-based, Islamic State leader helped to shape Takva Haber’s editorial content.
And:
https://warontherocks.com/2016/04/the-i ... ark-place/
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