Saturday, August 8, 2015
How 'Sometimes NATO Ally' Turkey handed over six injured YPG fighters to terrorist group Al Nusra
How 'Sometimes NATO Ally' Turkey handed over six injured YPG fighters to terrorist group Al Nusra. (ANF).
It has been revealed how Turkey handed over six injured YPG fighters treated there to the jihadist Jabhat Al-Nusra gangs.
In the previous days, YPG fighters Ahmed Şêrko, Omer Qadir, Rêber Seyho, Ehmed Helûm, Cemal Ehmed and Beşîr Mihemed were taken into custody following a raid in a guest house in Turkish capital Ankara.
The six YPG fighters who were detained yet before the completion of their treatment were taken to the Foreigners' Department of Police to be deported.
The six wounded combatants were, however, deported not through the YPG/YPJ-held Mürşitpınar border gate leading to Kobanê, but through the Al-Nusra-held Cilvegözü (Bab El Hewa) border gate in Reyhanlı district of Hatay.
Thus, the Turkish state handed over six YPG fighters, who had been wounded defending their homeland against jihadist gangs, to the Jabhat Al-Nusra, another organization of fascist jihadists in the Syrian territory.
Speaking to ANF on the matter, HDP Urfa Deputy İbrahim Ayhan said that after the failure of all their efforts to learn about the fate of wounded YPG fighters, they have finally learned from the Foreigners' Department of Police that all the six had been deported from Cilvegözü border gate.
''The wounded combatants from Rojava were supposed to cross into the Canton of Efrîn, but they didn't, as we learned from the officials from there whom we talked. The Turkish state openly sent these six people to death. This is not only an act that goes against the international law, but a murder as well, said the HDP deputy for Urfa. Hmmmm........."Advanced NAZI tactics".