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Shukr: Erdogan's intelligence is already aware of ISIS operations in Turkey

2019-09-06T10:55:25.773Z

ANKARA, (SANA) - A member of the Turkish Republican People's Party (CHP) has said that there is close cooperation between the Turkish intelligence service



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Ali Shukr, a member of the Turkish People's Republican Party, confirmed that there is close cooperation between the intelligence services of the Turkish regime and the terrorist organization Daesh, pointing out that this body was aware of the suicide operations carried out by the organization in Turkey and did not stop them.

Shukr pointed to the existence of information confirming that the head of the intelligence service Hakan Fidan hosted ISIS official in Turkey Ilhami Balli in a hotel in Ankara at a time when the members of the Takfiri group were carrying out suicide bombings in Ankara, Diyarbakir, Sorog and Gaziantep during the period between July and October. The first 2015.

"During this period, the intelligence was eavesdropping on a suicide bomber's contacts with his brother, which means that she was already aware of the suicide bombings that killed 110 people in Ankara, 33 in Sorog and 55 in Gaziantep," Shukr said.

Former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said at the time that after every suicide bombing, the AKP was gaining popularity.

President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdogan turned the territory of Turkey into a corridor and headquarters for terrorist organizations and supported them with money and weapons, and also bought the stolen Syrian oil from ISIS, which is on the international terrorism list and to treat the injured terrorists in Turkish hospitals.

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Source: sena

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