Breaking: Documents Prove Turkey Is Working With Islamic State Killers

Last October he Kurdish media documented several instances of Turkey’s support for ISIS in pictures.

Turkish soldiers snapping a souvenir photo with elements of the ISIS.

Supporters of ISIS with the Turkish army and police.

Ultra-nationalists in Gaziantep, Turkey attack Kurds while flashing the ISIS hand sign.

Turkish soldiers make the ISIS sign while attacking Kurdish protesters in October.

Turkey treating wounded ISIS fighters in Turkish hospitals.
turkey army hospital isis

Now this…
Documents seized during a US Special Forces raid in Syria prove that Turkey has been working with the Islamic State in Syria.
Israel National News reported:

Damning evidence was found when US special forces killed Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Sayyaf in May, revealing that NATO-member Turkey has in fact been collaborating with the brutal jihadists.

The British Guardian reported on Sunday that when Abu Sayyaf’s compound was raided in eastern Syria, it was discovered that Turkey is the main buyer of smuggled ISIS oil which was managed by Abu Sayyaf to economically prop up the terror group.

The report quoted a senior Western official, who told the Observer that the findings at the compound showed direct deals between Turkish officials and ISIS leaders is “undeniable.”

“There are hundreds of flash drives and documents that were seized there,” the official said. “They are being analyzed at the moment, but the links are already so clear that they could end up having profound policy implications for the relationship between us and Ankara.”

“We are at a phase in this war where things that have been in the shadows for a long time are now being exposed to daylight. Hezbollah is dominant in the west of Syria, and the Turkish role, however you wish to define it, is also becoming clearer. This is an important time for them. Will they now see ISIS as a threat to their own sovereignty? …A lot of damage has been done from this.”

ISIS was allowed to transform into a major regional power thanks to an estimated $1-4 million a day in oil sales during a period of six months beginning in late 2013.

While Abu Sayyaf’s oil smuggling operation has been cut in scope, tankers still carry crude oil from the refineries captured by ISIS to the Turkish border.

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