ISIL Leader’s Mobile Phone Shows Turkey’s Support

ISIS leaders mobile phone speaks loud of Turkey's support (Source: Fars News Agency)
ISIS leaders mobile phone speaks loud of Turkey's support (Source: Fars News Agency)

ISIL leaders mobile phone speaks loud of Turkey’s support (Source: Fars News Agency)

TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)—A commander of the Iraqi volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) revealed that a mobile phone found with one of the killed ISIL ringleaders proved the Turkish spy agency’s support for the terrorist group.

“The mobile phone was found with one of the killed ISIL leaders in the Northern parts of Salahuddin province two days ago,” Jabbar al-Ma’mouri told Soumeriya news on Monday.

He said that the mobile set and history files contain messages from the Turkish intelligence agency which show that Ankara supports the ISIL terrorist group through providing security at the points of entry used by ISIL militants from Turkey to Iraq.

“The mobile phone also contains other important information which cannot be disclosed now, and it has been delivered to the specialized security groups for further scrutiny,” Ma’mouri said.

In relevant remarks on November, Russian Ambassador to France Alexander Orlov said that Turkey has played an “ambiguous” role in the campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) while acting as an accomplice to the terrorist group’s activities.

Also last month, former US Department of State senior advisor David Phillips said Turkey has blatantly provided material support to the ISIL because they share an ideological connection along with a common foe in Syrian President Bashar Assad.

“Turkey’s role has not been ambiguous — it has overtly supported the ISIL,” Phillips, currently Director of Columbia University’s Peace-building and Rights Program, said. “It has provided logistical support, money, weapons, transport and healthcare to wounded warriors.”

Phillips explained that Turkey has been supporting the ISIL to remove Syrian President Bashar Assad from power and because of a “spiritual bond” that exists between Turkey’s governing party and the jihadists.

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  1. Vuka said:

    Gee… So Turkey is the actual terrorist? Along with Saudis and Qataris? Bomb them please

    • Gaia said:

      Turkey’s “fingerprints” are all over the massacre of Yasidi, Christians, Shiite Muslims, and reasonable Sunni Muslims in Iraq and Syria. Turkey is trying to eliminate the Kurds in Iraq and Syria- the Kurds, who are the most successful in fighting DAESH or ISIL. Why is it clear that Turkey’s “fingerprints” are all over this terrorist group made up of criminally insane psychopaths? Just look back at what the Ottoman Empire (modern day Turkey) did in the beginning of the 20th Century. Remember the Armenian Genocide? Young Christian Armenian women and girls were dragged out of their homes, brutally gang raped and, naked, were nailed to crosses. They were crucified. Is it a coincidence that ISIL or DAESH is doing the same thing today, 100 years later? The world needs to recognize the Armenian Genocide and that Turkey committed genocide upon a people who had done nothing to them. SHAME ON TURKEY! SHAME! SHAME!
      The world must stop them now.

  2. betty said:

    This is WW3. We have to kick them into the dust. Then, the entire world must outlaw Islam.

  3. Raffi said:

    When you kill cockroach, you also kill their nests, how come it is different when it comes to Turkey, killing ISIS is not enough, the coalition should kill also the nest wich is Erdogan’s Turkey.

  4. Don Hank said:

    This should not be a surprise to anyone. At teh G20 meeting an elsewhere, Russia has shown satellite images of oil stolen by ISIS being transported by tank trucks to Turkey. Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son Bilal has made millions off this illicit trade.Clearly Turkey is the main funding source of ISIS. Since this was reported months ago in Russia Today, it seems necessary to read Russian news like RT to keep up to date. The West will never tell you these things.

  5. loader said:

    For the warmongers… stop and think… isn’t Turkey a US ally? Who is supplying the arms?
    General Smedly Butler wrote a book called “War is a racket” google will find it for you.
    follow the money trail… don’t let the media do your thinking for you.

  6. Gaia Song said:

    Turkey’s “fingerprints” are all over the massacre of Yasidi, Christians, Shiite Muslims, and reasonable Sunni Muslims in Iraq and Syria. Turkey is trying to eliminate the Kurds in Iraq and Syria- the Kurds, who are the most successful in fighting DAESH or ISIL. Why is it clear that Turkey’s “fingerprints” are all over this terrorist group made up of criminally insane psychopaths? Just look back at what the Ottoman Empire (modern day Turkey) did in the beginning of the 20th Century. Remember the Armenian Genocide? Young Christian Armenian women and girls were dragged out of their homes, brutally gang raped and, naked, were nailed to crosses. They were crucified. Is it a coincidence that ISIL or DAESH is doing the same thing today, 100 years later? The world needs to recognize the Armenian Genocide and that Turkey committed genocide upon a people who had done nothing to them. SHAME ON TURKEY! SHAME! SHAME!
    The world must stop them now.

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