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Turkish Intelligence Service Supports ISIS in Information and Operations

According to reports, this group is responsible for transferring wounded ISIS forces to Turkey and also for collecting information.


Courtesy: globalresearch.ca

(SALEM, Ore.) - The Syrian intelligence service recently released documents showing Turkish intelligence service MIT, hired people in Syria to gather information and provide intelligence and operational support to ISIS.

According the news agency Syria al-Hadath, newly discovered documents belonging to the Turkish intelligence service in Gaziantep province, show that a Syrian man named Abdullah Hassan al-Sayed, is the main Turkish interface in the Syrian province of Hasaka.

He is allegedly responsible for recruiting and forming intelligence and terrorism teams and has so far recruited and organized more than 100 new agent from villages Baqalah, Alsafah, and Bab al-Hadid.

According to reports, this group is responsible for transferring wounded ISIS forces to Turkey and also for collecting information.

Abdullah Hassan al-Sayed, aka Abu Hussein, 38 years old, is married and from the Alsharaby tribe, now living in Gaziantep with his family. He is a former resident of Ramylanal-Basha in Almalakiain, the Syrian province of al-Hasakah.

Published documents also revealed that the Dokumacilar group, involved in the Ankara suicide bombing, were sent to Syria through Hassan al-Sayedunder and freely travel to Turkey.

It is noteworthy that the statements made by Kılıçdaroğlu, the secretary-general of the People's Republic party of Turkey, about MIT knowing about Ankara explosion... were correct.

Insiders believe that the suicide attack was a MIT-ISIS joint effort designed by Davutoglu to create fear, tying Turkish security with the interests of the Justice and Development party.

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