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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Captured ISIS member confesses: 'Turkish helicopter brought us to Kirkuk'....NATO 'Ally'.


Captured ISIS member confesses: 'Turkish helicopter brought us to Kirkuk'....NATO 'Ally'. (Anf).

The statement of an ISIS member captured alive in Kirkuk reveals the fact that the ISIS attack on Kirkuk had been organized by the Turkish state.

According to a report by the Bedir News website which broadcasts in Arabic, an ISIS member was caught alive during clashes in Kirkuk yesterday.
The captured ISIS member pointed that the Turkish state organized the attacks on Kirkuk and told the followings: “A helicopter belonging to the Turkish state brought us to the SerĂȘtepe village to the north of Kirkuk. We were later taken to Kirkuk city center. Our goal was to seize control of the governor's office and state institutions, for which purpose we attacked these areas.

The village of SerĂȘtepe (Seyran Tepe) mentioned by the ISIS member is affiliated to the Laylan subdistrict of Kirkuk. ISIS groups also targeted this village early yesterday morning and 9 members of the gangs were killed in the clashes in this area.

2 comments:

  1. Clearly Turkey has visions of extending it's borders and influence into Iraq.Its a no-brainer....Iran may be richer thanks to us(Obamas secret USA) but will not have all the fun. Meanwhile Russia is wasting no time in getting thier tolatarian foot back in the door and resetting Assads puppet goverment. Once achieved, Assad will be retired or assassinated and Christian genocide will continue

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  2. Clearly Turkey has visions of extending it's borders and influence into Iraq.Its a no-brainer....Iran may be richer thanks to us(Obamas secret USA) but will not have all the fun. Meanwhile Russia is wasting no time in getting thier tolatarian foot back in the door and resetting Assads puppet goverment. Once achieved, Assad will be retired or assassinated and Christian genocide will continue

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