Turkey and Daesh (ISIS) were rather on good terms when they were against the Democratic Union Party, Kurdish: Partiya Yekîtiya Demokrat (PYD.) Yet after America forced Turkish operations against Daesh; dealings against Kurdish forces then became more secret, and they eventually deteriorated. Therefore some of these confessions are propaganda, yet there is truth in them.
Why is Turkey supporting Daesh?
Why does Daesh attack Kurds and Kurdish regions?
There is an agreement between Turkey and Daesh. Maybe it’s not official, or if it is, it hasn’t been announced yet. It is known that Turkey openly supports the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and other manufactured groups against Kurds. It is known that the FSA have camps in Turkey and their official representatives are all based in Turkey. It is known that they have camps in Hatay and some places in Middle Anatolia.
Turkey supports Daesh because it poses a threat to Kurds and they can use it against them. For example, when Mosul was first captured, around fifty people were held captive in the Turkish consulate. They opened all roads for us because our guys had the captives. They gave us all kinds of freedom of movement. Those captives were exchanged with Turkey releasing one-hundred of our friends.
The Turkish state and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan supports us solely because they are against Kurds. It’s not because he’s affectionate towards us or anything. Because he has no relation to Islam. He wouldn’t support us for a day if we didn’t fight against the Kurds. It’s true he hasn’t called us terrorists very openly. But we openly call him an “infidel”.
The Turkish regime, the US, the Iraqi regime are not important for us, but the Syrian regime is. Because we see Syria as the center for the Islamic State that will be founded. We haven’t waged a serious war against the Syrian regime yet. We just attacked some military bases and headquarters when we needed weapons or ammunition, and that was it.
Daesh confessor: Turkey’s passageways always open for us.
Daesh member Savaş Yıldız, who had bombed Peoples’ Democratic Party (Turkish: Halkların Demokratik Partisi (HDP), Kurdish: Partiya Demokratîk a Gelan), or Democratic Party of the Peoples buildings in Adana and Mersin and is now arrested by the People’s Protection Units (Kurdish: Yekîneyên Parastina Gel, also known as the People’s Defense Units (YPG,) made new confessions on Daesh-AKP relations and the terrorists’ network in Antep, Hatay and Central Anatolia.
Savaş Yıldız, who was captured by the YPG during the Daesh attack on Girê Spi (Tel Abyad), had contributed to the exposure of the relations between Daesh and the Justice and Development Party (Turkish: Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi), abbreviated JDP or AKP in English and AKP or AK Parti in Turkish, Erdoğan and Turkey through his confessions.
After Yıldız’s confessions, Turkey had launched operations in order to capture the terrorists whose identities were exposed, and these operations aimed to replace the exposed terrorists.
Yıldız spoke to ANF media again and made even more important and striking confessions.This time, Yıldız spoke about the goals of the attacks on Girê Spi, the importance of Antep for Daesh, the special units in Daesh that work on Turkey, the routes the terrorists used, the importance of Hacı Bayuncuk also known as Abu Hanzala, and the Daesh plans to punish and kill the Dam Director in Kalmış who is thought to be a member of the Gülen movement. Yıldız had participated in the Girê Spi attack and surrendered to YPG forces when he was left stranded under a collapsed building.
We hereby publish the second part of Yıldız’s most recent confessions.
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Featured Image – ‘President’ of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan. – Via the Kremlin
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