The mouthpiece of IS, the Turkish schemes on Rojava
NEWS DESK– a group of mercenaries held by People Protection Units in Kobani and Til Abyad narrated how they have entered and left the Turkish cities, enlisted youths in the refugee camps in Turkey and sent them to Rojava and how they have imported and exported food materials and other supplies.
Abdul Rahim Ibrahim an IS mercenary, who is called Abu Islam al-Gharib, was captivated by the YPG during the clashes in Til Abyad city, al-Gharib made their relation clear with the Turkish state, and he also explained how they would enter the city of Til Abyad, and import and export the explosives and food amid Turkish facilities.
Abdul Rahim Ibrahim spoke about the Turkish-Daesh ties and described it as strong, and said” the mercenaries are collected on the borders to be smuggled then to the Syrian lands, and taken to Raqqa city then”.
Muaz Abdullah al-Sabti from Dayr al-Zor, was arrested in February 28, 2016 explains how Turkey sent the mercenaries to Syria, in addition to that, there was a huge market in Turkey for transporting food, clothes, ammunitions, military equipment, and bombed cars IS used to send to Syria across Til Abyad.
Sabti spoke about the treatment injured mercenaries received, as they were taken to Til Abyad border crossing to be ministered by the Turkish MIT and secured in hospitals.
Mahmoud Qazi Tatar who surrendered to the YPG, explained how they were ideologically and belligerently trained within Turkey to be sent to fight in Syria, and assured that there are many facilities provided for those willing to join IS.
Ramadan Bashoul also arrested in Kobani, revealed that they had received religious lessons and military training in houses in Zavar Maidani, and Atogar Maidani, and assured that they were allowed to move clearly on the borders.
In the light of these documents, what has the Turkish state to say to the public, denying over and over again its strong relations with IS, but this evidence clearly reflects the invalidity of the Turkish claims.