In a shocking revelation on terror connection of Turkish president Edrogan, a Swedish Nordic Monitor has put up new evidences to prove the country’s connection with the terror groups, particularly the ISIS. As per reported by Sanaa News, “Turkish regime recruited member of Daesh organisation, Abdul Qadir Masharipov, who carried out an attack in Istanbul in 2017 and killed 39 persons in order to avenge the preacher Fethullah Gulen, known for his opposition to the head of the Turkish regime, Recep Tayyip Erdogan”.
Earlier various reports have pointed towards the president’s association with the terror groups in Syria. Even Syria’s foreign minister has accused Turkey of being the sponsor of terrorism in his country and in the region surrounding. The nation has been also blamed to have commercial deals with the ISIS, including the purchase of stolen oil from Syria and Iraq. As per Syria’s foreign minister, Walid al–Moallem, Turkey has been providing funding, support, training, and breeding ground to the terror outfits to commit crimes in Syria. He has accused Ankara of several other allegations such as violation of Iraq’s sovereignty, using refugees as ‘bargaining chips against Europe’, moving terrorists from Syria to Libya and laying forceful claims on energy resources in Mediterranean.