GERMANS BEWARE! SYRIAN REFUGEES SHOULD BE RETURNED TO SYRIA IN AREAS CONTROLLED BY LEGITIMATE GOVERNMENT

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The overwhelming majority of Syrian refugees in Turkey are peasants from the villages closest to that country’s borders.  Their exodus into Turkish or occupied Syrian lands, such as Hatay, began after it became clear to Erdoghan that president Assad would not relinquish power.  Once Turkey absorbed the enormity of the mess it could not create in Syria, the Turks began to cooperate with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United States and NATO in providing haven for terrorists from around the world who were responding to the Saudi call for Jihad.  I have written on the subject of Saudi Arabia’s financing mosques in other countries in previous posts.  This time I’m going to look at it from the standpoint of how the influx of terrorists from Chechnya, Daghestan, Pakistan, Somalia, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Sudan, Turkey, UAE, KSA, Albania, France, the U.K., Germany and another 70 countries impacted on the demographic situation in Europe which gave rise to the humanitarian catastrophe unfolding there.

That Saudi Arabia finances terrorism should not be a surprise to anyone.  The evidence is so overwhelming that Saudi Arabia has to pay billions of dollars in bribes to Western media sources in order to keep it out of the headlines.  If you remember, your editor, translated an internal Saudi document which contained language proving the kingdom was granting amnesty to men on death row if they agreed to join the “jihad” in Syria.  But, there are so many other areas of contemptible collaboration with mass-murdering Wahhabist terrorists that people all over this globe know, with a certainty,  that the government of this simian kingdom is awash in Syrian blood.

Turkey was key to the Saudi plan to destabilize Syria.  KSA’s own terrorist groups like Ahraar Al-Shaam, Jabhat Al-Nusra/Alqaeda and Jaysh Al-Aqsa, to name but a few, were encouraged to terrorize the populations of northern Syria in order to create a mass migration northwards toward the relative safety of Turkey.  The Turks knew of the plan and encouraged it by giving shelter, logistical support and medical treatment to the terrorists.  With Saudi Arabia funding much of this mayhem, the Turks were comfortable with accommodating the largely Sunni asylum seekers heading for the country’s preplanned camps.  The idea here was Robert Ford’s, only it was targeted for the north while Jordan was to absorb the refugees from the center and south.  Massive refugee displacement was crucial to the plan to create the image of a shattered country.  What the planners did not count on was the resilience of the Syrian people, the Ba’ath Party, Dr. Assad, the security services and that incredibly tenacious Syrian Arab Army.  Syria was given little credit for the progress it had made since the war in 1973 when Egypt, under Sadaat, abandoned its obligations to the Arab cause and dragged its people into the Camp David fiasco, unleashing the furious evolution of the Syrian Army as an independent and capable military force.

The creation of the refugee crisis in Jordan, Turkey and, even, the Lebanon, was part and parcel of a larger plan to increase the effectiveness of the anti-Ba’ath movement led mostly by disgruntled former Syrian officers whose career paths had swung from mediocre to dreadful.  The first officers to gain fame for their treason are easily recognizable now: General Mustafaa Al-Shaykh, Col. Riyaadh Al-As’ad, Col. ‘Abdul-Jabbaar Al-‘Ukaydi.  They pretended to be “secular” commanders of an army which would overthrow the sitting government and bring democracy, freedom, fraternity and Nirvana to the oppressed citizens of the Syrian Arab Republic.  When it became clear the number of deserters would hardly populate a brigade, it was decided that the fledgling organization would need “help”.  That came in the shape of the “Front for Help” (or “Jabhat Al-Nusra”), which almost immediately declared itself a wing of the Alqaeda terrorist group under the leadership of Ayman Al-Zawaahiri.  This particular mess was the brainchild of Bandar bin Sultaan, before his degrading disappearance from the scene.  Robert Ford, no novice when it comes to war crimes, also, reportedly played a role in the creation of this barbaric criminal  enterprise.

At the risk of appearing heartless, I must say that the refugees don’t look starved, at all.  In fact, almost every photo taken of the so-called refugees display a people who demonstrate no appearance of deprivation.  Many, if not most, are young men who are clearly looking for new economic prospects in the West.

With Saudi Arabia putting out the word through its clandestine channels which included thousands of clerics at mosques financed by the kingdom, young men were exhorted to gravitate to Syria in order to fight for Islam in a jihad to oust “unbelievers” and “blasphemers” and to establish a Saudi clone that would insure the burgeoning disgrace of Islam; to insure the maximum amount of banality and mediocrity; to impose the stultifying ideology of Wahhabism.  This whole process was meant to poison the minds of refugees, to make them despise their government which would appear unable to help them and would appear to ignore their needs.  With Dr. Assad’s government seeming sterile, aloof or inundated with crises, distracted by its longevity, it was a presumption that everybody would turn on the Damascus government, oust it, massacre minorities and establish a universe of morbidity more mind-numbing than that of Equatorial Guinea.

There was no shortage of refugees.  And there was no shortage of outrages.  Women enslaved.  Children bayoneted. Men recruited forcibly to fight for a repugnant cause.  Terrified, people ran away, often with the only portable possessions they had.  Women took their jewelry to be sold at rock-bottom prices in order to secure a blanket or to pay for taxi fare to Turkey.  And, then, after all the tumult, they found themselves under the protection of Sultan Recep Erdoghan who made sure they were provided with tents.  After all, they were just a bunch of villagers.

But, something went terribly wrong.  The miscreants who created the refugee crisis found themselves unable to convince the United States to do their bidding which was to overthrow the Syrian state.  NATO was also not persuaded that a threat existed to a member nation which would trigger the alliance’s obligation to come to its aid.  Erdoghan, who thought the refugees would be fertile ground for recruiting fighters to keep the terrorist gangs well-reinforced, found out that 99% of them would refuse to fight with a disorganized and brutish gang of monsters spouting ideas completely at odds with the Islam with which they had been raised.  Add to that the fact that the U.S. and Britain would not attack the Syrian Army after Dr. Assad agreed to turn over his CW to the U.N. for destruction, and you had one enraged Turk and a Saudi king ready to bust at the seams.  Erdoghan’s response?  Open up the floodgates and send the refugees to the West where the craven, pink-skinned penguins at Whitehall, the Quai D’Orsay or Auswartiges Amt, could deal with them.

That the Syrian refugee crisis was the result of unlawful and ignoble designs is very clear.  By trying to overthrow the legitimate government of an existing member state of the United Nations, the West and its Arabian allies were involved in a criminal act.  By furthering their conspiracy through the creation of millions of refugees they were up to their necks in war crimes and crimes against humanity.  That is the point of this essay.

Syrian refugees did not want to embrace the status of refugees.  It was fear of being killed by the Saudi-financed and Turk-enabled savages which made them run away.  With their army embroiled in an existential battle, it could not come to their rescue.  They were made refugees by the most malignant coalition since the Axis of Germany, Japan and fascist Italy.  It is only legal and proper that they return to their land of origin.  They must be repatriated to areas under the control of the Syrian government with much of the financial cost to be borne by the self-same nations who caused their dispersion and which, today, fear their toxic presence the most.

Germany is torn between its need to redefine itself in a post World War II milieu and its revulsion at having to admit over a million Syrian refugees.   Angela Merkel, a bland chemist-turned-politician, is fighting for her political life because of the moral imperative she believes controls the issue of accepting people fleeing a vicious war.  But, we have an out for her.  If the Germans would only listen and conduct themselves according to the dictates of Realpolitik, they would swallow their Teutonic pride, reopen their embassy in Damascus and begin, finally, to address the refugee issue with the only government that has a stake in the lives of its citizens.  Germany has tried to resolve this with Erdoghan, a murdering thug who has closed Turkey down and reversed its course back to its own Ottoman Dark Ages, and to no avail.  Berlin should now seek the help of Dr. Assad – it should offer financial incentives and support to establish the refugees in areas under the control of the Syrian Army where people speak their language and where they can aspire to return to their towns and villages.

But, don’t have any illusions about this.  It’s going to cost a few billions Euros to accomplish repatriation.  Germany should consider the cost to it of hosting all those hundreds of thousands of refugees and compare that to how much more inexpensive it would be to redirect the refugees back to their native Syria.

The countries who most supported the crimes against the Syrian people owe them this much:  charter as many ships as it takes to transport them to Latakia or Tartous, and then, allow the Syrian government, with newly received funds, to relocate them to areas where there are clean and well-organized camps so that they can await the merciful liberation of their country from the stench and disease of Wahhabism.  And even better yet, they can also return to areas liberated by the army and start their lives in their own country again.  This is the only sane way to deal with the refugee problem.

As the Germans are finding out to their chagrin, many of the refugees are not refugees.  They are mostly people who have sought a prosperous life in Europe and have found a more efficient means to emigrate than applying at some embassy or consulate – a process which can take years.  Others are not even Syrian.  Instead, as German security is finding out, they are implanted, camouflaged terrorists whose job is to act as sleeper agents, to be activated at an appropriate time; to commit some atrocity which can be proudly announced by one of Saudi Arabia’s terrorist agencies.  Others, are young men lured to the promiscuous capitals of the West as many German women found out during last Silvesternacht.  All this is quite unnecessary.

I am imploring the nations of Europe to reject these asylum seekers.  Organize them into groups and send them back to Syria to the ports where they will find their own government.  Our security personnel know exactly who is a terrorist and who is really a Syrian citizen.  Our customs and internal security agents can spot a non-Syrian the way a wolf can smell a wolf.  The bad elements will have found their appropriate terminus.

This is your last chance before the deluge.  Get back on the right side of history.  Modern Germany is at stake.  Ziad A. Fadel

 

 

 

 

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Brandon showcases a conversation with the mass murderer, Robert Ford, and watch how he is brought to his rat knees:

http://www.activistpost.com/2016/01/syria-researcher-destroys-former-u-s-ambassador-and-terrorist-supporter-robert-ford-on-twitter.html

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Ziad, A fine article and well-articulated but I think you underestimate Germany’s fear and subservience to the “Money Power”, overwhelmingly Jewish and personified by the likes of George Soros and his ilk. Because of that fear Frau Merkel is probably not going to do what you suggest and work to return these refugees back to their homes. If you doubt what Jewish opinion is vis-a-vis the refugee situation in Europe, you will find it well articulated in this article from the Financial Times, by Gideon Rachman: http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/12/financial-times-mass-immigration-is-here-to-stay-we-should-learn-to-accept-it/ Mr Rachman, with the arrogance typical of his tribe, tells Europe to “get… Read more »

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Syria, excellent essay, fully concur with your suggestions and conclusions. Knowing that some of the “refugees” are in fact disguised terrorists (hundreds of pics in the web), I would double/triple the effort in any ship arrival at Tartous or Lattakia harbors to check their status, so no terrorist manages to infiltrate to this part of Syria.
Great idea Ziad, may it happen and the good sons of Syria return to Syria, much manpower will be needed to rebuild the country.

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Good map from Sheikh Miskeen, of course it may contain small mistakes but in general the key sites conquered are well documented. Keep an eye on the yellow, disputed, area, of particular importance are : Tal Hamad Base : this hill is fundamental to the proper defense of Sheikh Miskeen and controls a large sector of the road to Nawa, powerful artillery pieces placed there will help take the road to Nawa and many sites on its way. A bit SW of Sheikh Miskeen, almost half way to Ibta, there is a air defense site, this small hill is also… Read more »

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The war in Syria is over.
Today on the mainstream media they had a documentary about Syria and pretended for 20 minutes the USA was defeating Isis and showed footage of Russian airstrikes. The hypocrisy. So now the mainstream media wants to bring the news to the world that the USA has defeated Isis in Syria. That is going to be the narrative the coming months.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – However You Vote, The Secret Government [ Israel ] Always Wins

Published on Jan 26, 2016

Much is made of voting and elections in the US.

But what if voting means very little, if anything?

What if a permanent government is really in control of Washington that is not affected by elections?

The existence of a “deep state” / “shadow government” is no conspiracy theory. In fact members of the permanent government operate in the open.

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Can’t say I feel sorry for Germsmany.
Using Ziad’s recommendation, I would add to it that the filtering process for admitting legitimate honest Syrians back be done in Germany and the EU. In other words, Syria should set up “refugee embassies” in major European cities and select who gets to go back. Let the europeans who supported this illegal and immoral war on Syria’s people keep the terrorists. I don’t mind.
No, really….f..them.

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The battle for Kinnsibba in NE Lattakia at the Jabal al Akrad about to begin, may it be shift and sharp. The map below shows the 3 villages to be liberated that are in the way to Jisr Al Shughour, those are: 1) Kinnsibba (this hilly village is the most critical one, it control the M4 and the Turkish border 7km away), It must be taken so the allied forces can continue to Jisr. 2) Kinnadah, this is a small village NE of Kinnsibba, though it has no major strategic value for the M4 control, it does have a very… Read more »

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Thanks Ziad, great article plain and simple (not really for those that aren’t good at english), but i think i posted an article on how the Germans know very well as one German politician admitted in this interview, at about 5:10 he admits they all know who the funder’s are.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc4rUSxMlwc&list=PLT6yxVwBEbi3l8n22yR_aXD49AM4W0O7b&index=6

An admission that america willingly went along with the saudi pigs to destroy a few nations.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=251832&cid=31&fromval=1&frid=31&seccatid=91&s1=1

And the saudi pigs even executing kids is starting to come out i hope for all to see,

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=251821&cid=31&fromval=1&frid=31&seccatid=91&s1=1

Even the jews are going against erDOGan by publicly saying the turks are with ISIS, strange indeed.

https://www.rt.com/news/330204-israel-turkey-isis-oil/

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Great article. I’ve made this point many times to people I know and on various comments sections.

Over 1 million ( way more by now ) people have been able to go home since the Russians have started providing assistance. This migrant issue is going to end up being as much a trojan horse as it is anything else.

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Comrade Ziad Fadel,is very right!!!The refugees,from baathist Syria,are a cospiracy of the capitalistic and zionist West!!They must return to militare authorities of Syria,who know wahabitic criminale!!

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The war in Syria is an unparalleled crisis. Having gone far beyond an internal political struggle, the war is marked by a complex array of forces that the U.S. Empire hopes to command: Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Kurdistan, Iran, Lebanon, Iraq and lots more.

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What I don’t understand is why there are so many terrorist groups. I would have expected them to join forces if they have a common enemy.

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Not so fast – The German industrialists may want to keep a certain number of Syrians for their assembly lines now that they have emigrated. It’s not a diabolical plot, just business. Damn Germans aren’t making enough babies so they’re recruiting new debt slaves.

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No.
Actuakly syrian refugees must be sent back to england in millions of number because the syrian war was plotted by england only way back on 2008 as td by french foreign minister dumas.
England must be made to suffer for her crime.

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Marvelously well written article, brings lots of things into clarity.
Thank you Mr Ziad.

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Sheikh Miskeen field hospital for the scum of the earth

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By imploring the nations of Europe, you are imploring something that no longer exists. The nations have been replaced by districts run by finance capitalists. It is true that these districts have a manager with a passport that says something like “France” on it, but Europe is gone, and the US is not too far behind. For that matter, even our friend Turkey is only at most 50% independent, and that is optimistic.

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Sheikh Miskeen – Allah Allah Boo Hoo Allah Allah Boo Hoo Boo Hoo

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you’re a great man great ziad. brain, heart and spine at the right place, but my government has those attributes exactly turned into their opposites 😉

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The Euros and Turks will plan on allowing refugees and making them comfortable, even if the European citizens do not want the refugees at all. European governments will shelter them because if the refugees were turned back to their country many of them might join the army or militias to retake their country from evil. Of course they would not like this possibility as they want the syrian government to lose control and offering them the preferable easy way out so they don’t have to risk their life to save their homeland. Maybe this idea could be further articulated or… Read more »

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Hardly any of the refugees coming to Europe are Syrian, only about 10%. But they shove a Syrian on every news report, just to keep it in your face. What is happening in Europe is by design. To break the system down, same thing going on in terrorist USSA, these Oligarchs want full control and a colony of obedient slaves, the useless food eaters they want to exterminate. Then they want to form their NWO controlled by the UN.
That is the plan, but it aint going to work for these fudge packers.

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Excellent article Ziad There are two things I would like to mention. One is that the exodus in the north was largely NOT voluntary. Citizens driven from towns were denied roads to nearby syrian toens. Rat collaborators forced these flows at gunpoint onto roads that led into Erdogor. This ”funnelling” was documented by Thierry Meyssan. The tactic was exactly that of the Zionist Irgun and Stern Gangs who did the same in Palestine as the ‘nakba’ unfolded, sending terrified Arabs toward poorly-served barren places, while grabbing the fertile and strategic areas. Second is that the UN World Food Program was… Read more »

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Ziad fadel said: “If the Germans would only listen and conduct themselves according to the dictates of Realpolitik, they would swallow their Teutonic pride, reopen their embassy in Damascus and begin, finally, to address the refugee issue with the only government that has a stake in the lives of its citizens. ” I agree with this wholeheartedly. Until Germany and the EU starts cooperating with the Syrian government, they will not solve the refugee crisis. That Turkey had created this crisis is what I’ve always believed, and it did so on purpose, and I think it has to do with… Read more »

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Report confirms daesh sent 2,000 fighters & armor to focus on taking DZ and thus eliminate the last obstacle to creating a whole new country between Iraq and Syria. Interestingly, a few days ago, sdf/ypg announced plans to liberate Deir Ezzor from isis. RuAF made Tu-22(M3) air sorties from Russian air fields to target daesh around Deir Ezzor recently. Thankfully, there appear no more illusions about present objectives of daesh, especially as it is threatening strategic interests of powerful allies of Syria, as well as future & unity of the country as we know it. Besides the all out destruction… Read more »

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CHINA BLOWS RASPBERRIES AT SOROS!

China has officially issued a warning to George Soros.
It says, “Beware of going to “war on the renminbi.”
The message comes in a piece published in China’s People’s Daily, titled titled:
“Declaring war on China’s currency? Ha ha!”

http://www.blacklistednews.com/China_warns_George_Soros_against_going_to_%27war%27_on_its_currency/48533/0/38/38/Y/M.html

#Chinese newspapers obviously not owned by Rupert Murdoch (yet!)

Great news again today. Thanks Ziad and all posters. Going to bed happy.

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What was rare before, it is now becoming quite frequent to see maps from the longest non stop battle in the aggression against Syria. The battle for Darayya, anywhere between 4-5 yrs of non stop fight, and lately huge breakthrough advances by the Syrian forces. The map below shows the situation in Darayya and Moadmayeh after the SAA/NDF completely cut off the two towns, 2 days ago the Syrian Negotiator and the SAA gave 7 days for complete surrender of the terrorists inside Moadmayeh, in 5 days we will know what they have decided. The map does not show but… Read more »

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Hello Mr Fadel. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your posts for a good while and sincerely hope that things now will start to approve for you(Syria). Yes would it not be grand if a big campaign to return your people and substantial help from us in the west were to commence! Of course like yourself Im not going to hold my breath.. I was happy to see you write that 99% of Syrian refugees refused to become canonfodder and I (along with others) would greatly appreciate your view on the situation here in Sweden.. Do you(or anyone else) have any… Read more »

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Russian Military Warns of Invasion by Turkey Against Syria
http://www.plenglish.com//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4554011&Itemid=1

“Sources agree that the project of invasion by Turkey against Syria could have been discussed during the recent visit to Ankara by Joe Biden, US Vice President.

Biden made no secret to the press recently that Washington includes among its options a ground invasion of Syria as an alleged solution to the conflict.”

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“””””Report confirms daesh sent 2,000 fighters & armor to focus on taking DZ and thus eliminate the last obstacle to creating a whole new country between Iraq and Syria.””””

Interesting for sure.With all people being sent that way by negotiations there may be a lot more
in the near future.This can only end in a very serious bloody battle………

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In short => contact the Syrian government Germany (and other EU fool governments) if you want the refuge crisis solved.

Sounds fair to me.

South Front - International Military Review - Yemen, Jan. 27, 2016
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South Front - 27.01.2016 Crisis News
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News from the front today : 1) Very dire the situation of ISIS in Eastern Aleppo, they simply can not hold the allied forces when they are advancing in a very organized way, one more town liberated Al Wadiah, west of Kuweires. The allied forces are dangerously close to the thermal plant now and with a respectful front line to protect their flanks from the M5 toward Qatar. It is safe to guess the ISIS days at the thermal plant is literally quite over, hopefully the battle for the vital thermal plant will preserve it. https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/692321604726947840 https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/692397002559201280 Reported dark black… Read more »

Turkish journalists face multiple life sentences over Syria report
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Can Dündar and Erdem Gül charged with revealing state secrets for alleging Erdoğan government tried to send arms to Syria

http://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/jan/27/turkish-journalists-can-dundar-erdem-gul-face-multiple-life-sentences-erdogan

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A little bit of incentive to the terrorists inside the now besieged city of Maadamiyeh, a ground to ground missile hit the town today, worth watching it, 4 days to go for the deadline for surrendering the town and weapons to the Syrian authority.

https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/692392511441092608

South Front - Israel: Turkey Funds ISIS Terrorists
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South Front – Israel: Turkey Funds ISIS Terrorists ISIS enjoyed Turkish money for oil for a very, very long period of time On Tuesday, January 26, after meeting with his Greek counterpart Panos Kammenos in Athens, Israels defense minister Moshe Yaalon told reporters that ISIS terrorists had been funded by Turkish money. Yaalon also said that the Turkish government wasn’t pulling their weight in the fight against terrorism. He also told the reporters that, now it’s up to Turkey, the Turkish government, the Turkish leadership, to decide whether they want to be part of any kind of cooperation in fighting… Read more »