Turkey Supported Us in Kobani: ISIS Top Commander. (Alwaght).
Alwaght- Yasser Abdul Aziz Agumy, a Saudi national and an assistant to ISIS's emir on the front-line of Kobani, Abu Bakr al-Masr, revealed that Turkey provided aid to the terrorist group in Kobani, also known as Ayn al-Arab.
Yasser Abdul Aziz, arrested in Kobani clashe, confessed that “...we received military and logistical support from Turkey, and the people who committed massacres came directly from Turkish territory to the town of Kobani, and most of our wounded in the war were receiving treatment in Turkey," an informed source told Alwaght under the condition of anonymity.
"Saudi Arabia and Turkey helped us. Aids such as clothing, blankets came from Saudi Arabia, while foods and basic needs were provided by Turkey," Agumy revealed.
Touching on detail of ISIS operation against the mainly Kurdish-populated city of Kobani, Abdul Aziz explained "We were 82 fighters, divided into six 12-member groups. Abu Bakr al-Masri participated in attacking groups. According to the plan, the first group took the control of a checkpoint in the southern Kobani. The second group, directed by al-Masri, attacked the Rashid Bnar hate using a car bomb.
After the explosion the border entrance were taken and the second group settled in this entrance. The third group took control of the eastern section of Kobani toward the town of Tell Abyad. The fourth group attacked Pashetnor hill which was the main target of the operations. Fifth and sixth group entered the city. We spread throughout the city and settled on some points".
He went on saying "After seizing the city, two armed groups from Jarabulus and Sarin came to help us, and a small group from Turkey joined us, bringing ammunition. This group has entered from the border points (Plateau Kanye Kordan located in the East part of Kobani town) and siezed the Kanye Kordan hill."
However, the ISIS top commander acknowledged the operation didn't progressed according to their plan as they were face with Kobani citizen's resistance in some areas.
"Some actions had been taken against us. We poured into streets and alleys, shooting at everyone, civilian or military."
"In religious education centers, we were told 'When you see the infidels, behead them. Civilians who are also helping YPG are infidels and killing them is halal (religiously allowed)' for this reason, we murdered Kobani people in order to get revenge from people who are helping YPG," Abdul Aziz said.
Yasser Abdul Aziz's confessions also shed lights on rumors about close ties between ISIS terrorist group and Turkey in oil trade.
He confirmed that "We sold oil to Turkey, in exchange for logistical support and having our wounded fighter treated, those who were suffering from serious injuries. I have some injured friends who were treated at Istanbul while the wounded who were suffering from minor injuries were sent to Mosul."