Re: Somalia: Only Turkey helped us after terrorist attack

“Turkey is the only country that has helped his country after the deadly terrorist bombing which targeted the Somali capital Mogadishu two days ago,” the President of Somalia Mohammed Abdullah Farmajo said yesterday.

“I would like to thank Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkish people for their efforts to support the Somali people,” he said.

Turkey’s efforts have contributed to the development of all aspects of life in Somalia since 2011 and with any problem facing the country we find Turkey standing with the Somali people

he added.

The president explained that the Turkish support for the Somali people is a fruit of the fraternal relations that have been binding the two countries for centuries.

Earlier in the day, a Turkish medical plane took off from Mogadishu International Airport heading for Turkey carrying 30 wounded people who will receive treatment in Turkey.

Read: 40 Somalis injured in truck bombing airlifted to Turkey

The Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency of Turkey (AFAD) sent a 16-man crew to Mogadishu onboard a A-400M military cargo plane to support rescue operations following the terrorist attack.

According to the latest official data, the truck bombing, which took place on Saturday in front of the Safari Hotel in Mogadishu, killed at least 300 people and wounded 300 others. It is the most violent in the history of Somalia.

No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.



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Turkey cleanses its libraries

Following the coup d’etat in July 2016 attributed to Fethullah Gülen, the Turkish government had cleansed its university libraries. Notably, it had ordered the destruction of 1 800 000 copies of different manuals (including mathematics) published by publishing houses linked to the preacher or simply bearing his initials. While this first purge had enabled 13 000 tonnes of paper to be recycled, it cost 16 million dollars.

On 11 October 2017, the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Culture, Numan Kurtulmuş, declared before the Great National Assembly that it had managed to ensure that another 140 000 were destroyed by 1 142 libraries of which he was in charge (photo: Kamil Güleç, the University of Karabük’s new library).

This second purge has not only affected books authored by Fethulah Gülen, or his disciples or those who speak about him, but also authors who are against the AKP’s Islamic doctrine. These include the English biologist Charles Darwin (1809-1882) or those addressing his theory of evolution of species.

Numan Kurtulmuş is a former Associate Professor with the Economics Faculty of the University of Istanbul.

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Workers trapped as coal mine in Turkey’s Sirnak province collapses – reports

Part of a coal mine in Turkey’s southeastern province of Sirnak has collapsed, leaving workers trapped, Reuters said Tuesday, citing Turkish media. Search and rescue teams were sent to the mine to help the trapped workers, according to broadcaster NTV.

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The Military Strategy of the New Turkey, by Thierry Meyssan

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Breaking with the Davutoğlu doctrine (“zero problems with your neighbours”), which he had already abandoned in practice leading his dismissing his Prime Minister, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan defined his country’s new objectives during a speech on 15 October 2016, given at a university named after him.

Operation of 8 October 2017

Following an agreement concluded between Russia and Turkey during the most recent Astana negotiations, the Turkish army entered the governorate of Idleb, violating Syrian sovereignty, in order to combat the jihadists there.

The Turkish army distinguishes between the following groups:

- the Syrian Turkmen which it had gathered under the flag of the former Free Syrian Army (FSL) and which it intends to use as a support in the region.

- the Jihadists that accept to continue their fight in South East Asia and which should be transferred there by Turkish Secret Services (MIT).

- all the others, which should be eliminated.

Furthermore, the Turkish army already occupies Al-Bab, also violating Syrian sovereignty.

The Turkish presence at Idleb cuts the Rojava’s access to the Mediterranean Sea. Its presence at Al-Bab offers it the possibility of cutting the Rojava into two and wiping out this pseudo State.

The Joint Operation of 12 October 2017

Turkey, Iran and Iraq had met to deaden the vague hopes of an independent pseudo Kurdistan. The Barzani family and Israel have gradually swallowed up territories thanks to local conflicts and war. In 15 years, the territory administered by the Barzanis and Israel under the name “Iraqi Kurdistan” has multiplied its areas by fivefold to the detriment of the native, Arab and Christian populations. On 25 September 2017, the Barzani family and Israel organized a referendum on independence. Following a vote that was largely rigged, especially in the Christian areas, the yes vote reached 92 %. During a popular festival, the Barzani family, brandishing Kurdish and Israeli flags, announced that the process for independence was irreversible. The journal Kurds-Israel revealed that an agreement had been concluded between Tel-Aviv and Erbil providing for 200,000 citizens to be transferred to the “Kurdistan”, once independence had been declared. The Israeli army intends to promptly station missiles there to threaten both Syria and Iran.

The pipeline linking the pseudo Kurdistan to the port of Ceyhan (Turkey) will be closed by BOTAŞ, the Turkish public operator which owns it. Accordingly, the Barzanis’ oil revenues would be cut. Currently, Kurdish oil is chiefly exploited by the French company Total. It is sold in the European Union, Ukraine and Israel where it represents almost the entire domestic consumption.

The Turkish and Iranian air space will be closed with the pseudo-Kurdistan. Taking account of the war, Syrian air space is not practicable for civil flights. Flights from and to Erbil will necessarily have to pass through Bagdad.

The border-posts between Turkey and Iran on the one side and the pseudo Kurdistan on the other, will all be closed, thereby cutting custom revenues of a potentially new State. So as to maintain Turkish-Iraqi trade relations, a new route will be open along the Syrian-Iraqi border permitting Ankara to be linked up to Bagdad. The Iraqi army will station 13,000 men to guarantee its security, whilst the construction works for a new pipeline along this route will begin at once.

This route will cut communications between the pseudo-Kurdistan and the Rojava.

Since 2015, the Turkish army has been occupying Bachiqa (the pseudo-Kurdistan), thereby violating Iraqi sovereignty.

An ultimatum (by 1 November at the latest) will be addressed to the Barzani family preventing it from renouncing independence. In case it refuses, the Turkish army is preparing to declare war against the pseudo-Kurdistan. It would make a two-pronged attack on Erbil, from the Turkish border on the one hand, and from the new route that has been secured by the Iraqi army, on the other hand.

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In 1920, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, drafts a national oath challenging the winners of the First World War and claiming the annexation of new territories for the Muslim populations whether they are in the majority or minority.

Objectives of the New Turkey

Three months after the assassination attempt and the coup d’etat were aborted in July 2016, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan delivered an inaugural address at the university which bears his name (RTEÜ). He then provided a glimpse into the ambitions of the Turkish Republic following its creation and those of the new regime. Making explicit reference to “the National Oath” (Misak-ı Millî), adopted by the Ottoman Parliament on 12 February 1920, he justified conquering former territories. This oath, which lays the basis for the passage of the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic, claims the territory of the North East of Greece (Western Thrace and the Dodecanese), the whole of Cyprus, Northern Syria (as well as Idleb, Alep and Hasakah), and Northern Iraq (including Mosul).

In 1939, France only granted Hatay (Syria) to Turkey. Paris was also hoping that Ankara gets rid of its orthodox Christians which have their patriarchal base in Antioch.

Having counted off these territories one by one, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is claiming them in his turn [1].

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is the only Head of State of a developed country to challenge the international order and to publicly claim, where necessary by force, new territories.

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A situation out of control, if Turkey invades the Kurdistan, by Savvas Kalèndéridès

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The referendum of the Kurds of the Iraqi Kurdistan which poses the question of independence, creates new situations and apparently, new aims. It accelerates the development of the Kurdish issue and the redrawing of the borders in the region. As a function of what precedes and of the dynamic of things, first the borders will be changed in Iraq. Then, similar developments will be undertaken in Syria and, following on from this, Turkey and Iran. Such is the dynamic of things, that originates in the history of the Kurds and from the willingness of the United States and Russia to be present and wanting to have a slice of region’s energy-packed cake as well as other things.

In this region, 27 years after Saddam invaded Kuwait, a war has developed that may go on for the same length of time. This war will take place on three levels.

At the highest level, Washington clashes fundamentally with Moscow. However, this war is not direct — rather, it is conducted through other forces. The aim is to share the geo-energetic and geo-political cake.

At the second level, Teheran clashes with Tel-Aviv, Iran against Israel. Iran is going to create a corridor on the axis Teheran – Bagdad – Damascus, which will provide it with the opportunity to support the Hezbollah of Lebanon by sending it weapons — and other things besides. Of course, this will permit it to have a geopolitical presence in the Mediterranean thanks to its solid links with the Assad government. Israel in turn is trying to create an intermediate zone to prevent the creation of this corridor. Iran is fighting on Assad’s side, together with Hezbollah and Russia, to realize this strategic objective.

Israel, for its part, is leading air attacks against targets of Hezbollah on Syrian territory, while it uses its alliances with the United States, the Kurds and Sunni Arabs to prevent a “Shiite corridor” being created. At an inferior level, war is being waged on two battle fields:
• One is in Iraq where the United States, the Kurds and the Iraqi army (supported by the Iranians) are fighting against the so-called Islamic State (IS).
• The other battlefield is Syrian territory where matters are complicated. Russia, Syria and Iran are fighting on three fronts: one against IS; another against the Syrian opposition, and a third against the Al-Nusra Front (a branch of Al-Quaeda).

At the same time, the United States is supporting the Kurds and the Syrian Democratic Forces in their fight against IS, which has become a race for whoever —out of the United States or Russia — will control most of the territories of the oil reserves in Eastern Syria. At the same time, the United States continues to support a Syrian opposition party in the South and the South East of the country against the Assad government, the Hezbollah and the Iranians, all while preparing operations against the al-Nusra Front in the Syrian region of Idlib.

All that’s left out of this tapestry is Turkey whose policy has collapsed like a house of cards, when it switched from supporting the Syrian opposition (along with the United States and Israel) to allying itself to IS, to which it returned against the Kurds. And when the Kurds crushed IS, Erdogan oriented himself to whichever party was against the Kurds.

We have already said it: the situation is so complicated that it would be necessary to organize a seminar complete with maps to understand exactly what is happening. However, you must note the following elements: Turkey is in a difficult situation in its attempt to find allies here and there, in order to change the evolution of the Kurdish question that we announced at the beginning of this article.

The voice of logic, but also the Kurds of Turkey, millions of Erdogan’s voters and the AKP, are telling him not to choose a military operation against the Kurds in Kurdistan on the road to independence. Washington repeats this message.

Nevertheless, since anger and desperation are poor advisors, let us be ready, because if, despite these warnings, Turkey invades the Iraqi Kurdistan and the Afrin canton, then we will have a war and no-one knows how it will end.

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Turkey angrily tells USA: "We don’t need you!"









 






Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Washington of “sacrificing” relations with Ankara, and has blamed the ongoing diplomatic dispute on a US ambassador “who doesn’t know his place.”

“Let me be very clear, the person who caused this is the ambassador here. It is unacceptable for the United States to sacrifice a strategic partner to an ambassador who doesn’t know his place,” Erdogan told provincial governors in Ankara on Thursday, as quoted by Reuters.

Erdogan was referencing outgoing US Ambassador John Bass, whom the Turkish president previously accused of acting alone in the decision to suspend the issuance of visas to Turkish citizens, rather than on behalf of the United States government.

Erdogan reiterated that belief on Thursday.

“What a shame if the great United States of America is being governed by an ambassador in Ankara. Because this is the position they are holding. They should have said, ‘You cannot treat my strategic ally this way, you cannot act this way.’ But they couldn’t say this,” he said, as quoted by Anadolu Agency.

The US State Department has denied that claim, saying Bass had the “full backing” of Washington, and that his actions were coordinated with the department, the White House, and the National Security Council.

Erdogan went on to deliver a blunt message to Washington, saying “we do not need you.”

“We are not a tribal state. We are the state of the Republic of Turkey and you will accept it. If you don’t, then sorry but we do not need you,” he said, as quoted by Hurriyet.

Erdogan also accused the US of hiding a suspect who is allegedly linked to cleric Fethullah Gulen – who Ankara blames for last year’s failed military coup – inside its Istanbul consulate.

“The consulate employee sought by Turkish police is hiding in the US consulate,” Erdogan said, adding that worker is “clearly tied” to Gulen.

It comes after the US State Department confirmed on Tuesday that Turkish authorities had summoned a third embassy staff member over the weekend, with spokeswoman Heather Nauert calling the move “deeply disturbing.”

The first US consulate employee arrest took place last week, when Turkish citizen Metin Topuz was detained. The pro-government newspaper Daily Sabah reported that he was accused of “facilitating the escape” of “known Gulenists” from Turkey.

Topuz’s arrest prompted the US embassy in Turkey to announce it was suspending “all non-immigrant visa services at all US diplomatic facilities,” stating that “recent events” had “forced the United States government to reassess the commitment of the government of Turkey to the security of US mission facilities and personnel…”

Turkey responded in a tit-for-tat move, releasing virtually the same statement as the American embassy, only replacing the country names.

Ankara then issued an arrest warrant for a second consulate worker.

Addressing Ankara’s reciprocal move on Thursday, Erdogan said Turkey would “stand behind the visa decision until the end.”

Last year’s failed military coup prompted a major crackdown by Erdogan which has led to the arrests of tens of thousands of people and more than 150,000 soldiers, police officers and officials dismissed or suspended from their posts.

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Turkey angrily tells USA: "We don’t need you!"









 






Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Washington of “sacrificing” relations with Ankara, and has blamed the ongoing diplomatic dispute on a US ambassador “who doesn’t know his place.”

“Let me be very clear, the person who caused this is the ambassador here. It is unacceptable for the United States to sacrifice a strategic partner to an ambassador who doesn’t know his place,” Erdogan told provincial governors in Ankara on Thursday, as quoted by Reuters.

Erdogan was referencing outgoing US Ambassador John Bass, whom the Turkish president previously accused of acting alone in the decision to suspend the issuance of visas to Turkish citizens, rather than on behalf of the United States government.

Erdogan reiterated that belief on Thursday.

“What a shame if the great United States of America is being governed by an ambassador in Ankara. Because this is the position they are holding. They should have said, ‘You cannot treat my strategic ally this way, you cannot act this way.’ But they couldn’t say this,” he said, as quoted by Anadolu Agency.

The US State Department has denied that claim, saying Bass had the “full backing” of Washington, and that his actions were coordinated with the department, the White House, and the National Security Council.

Erdogan went on to deliver a blunt message to Washington, saying “we do not need you.”

“We are not a tribal state. We are the state of the Republic of Turkey and you will accept it. If you don’t, then sorry but we do not need you,” he said, as quoted by Hurriyet.

Erdogan also accused the US of hiding a suspect who is allegedly linked to cleric Fethullah Gulen – who Ankara blames for last year’s failed military coup – inside its Istanbul consulate.

“The consulate employee sought by Turkish police is hiding in the US consulate,” Erdogan said, adding that worker is “clearly tied” to Gulen.

It comes after the US State Department confirmed on Tuesday that Turkish authorities had summoned a third embassy staff member over the weekend, with spokeswoman Heather Nauert calling the move “deeply disturbing.”

The first US consulate employee arrest took place last week, when Turkish citizen Metin Topuz was detained. The pro-government newspaper Daily Sabah reported that he was accused of “facilitating the escape” of “known Gulenists” from Turkey.

Topuz’s arrest prompted the US embassy in Turkey to announce it was suspending “all non-immigrant visa services at all US diplomatic facilities,” stating that “recent events” had “forced the United States government to reassess the commitment of the government of Turkey to the security of US mission facilities and personnel…”

Turkey responded in a tit-for-tat move, releasing virtually the same statement as the American embassy, only replacing the country names.

Ankara then issued an arrest warrant for a second consulate worker.

Addressing Ankara’s reciprocal move on Thursday, Erdogan said Turkey would “stand behind the visa decision until the end.”

Last year’s failed military coup prompted a major crackdown by Erdogan which has led to the arrests of tens of thousands of people and more than 150,000 soldiers, police officers and officials dismissed or suspended from their posts.

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Turkey's Erdogan refuses to recognise US ambassador as visa spat escalates

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he does not recognise the US ambassador to the country as a representative of the US government, adding that Washington should recall the diplomat if he does not reverse a decision to partially suspend visa services between the two countries.

US Ambassador John Bass suspended consulate operations on Sunday night after security services arrested Turkish national Metin Tupuz, a consulate worker at the US Embassy in Ankara, on charges of spying. Turkey retaliated with a similar move.

The US was to blame for the latest spat between the two countries, Mr Erdogan said at a news conference in Belgrade, Serbia on Tuesday, asking aloud how it was possible for “agents” – the arrested worker and a second involved individual at the mission – to infiltrate the US consulate.

The comments come after an earlier speech by Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim to parliament in which he called on Washington to lift the new restrictions.

“Who are you punishing?” Mr Yildirim said. “You are making your citizens and ours pay the price… We call on the United States to be more reasonable. The issue must of course be resolved as soon as possible,” he said, adding that the US’ behaviour was “unbecoming” of an ally and that Turkey did not need Washington’s permission to prosecute its citizens.

The latest dispute has both caused Turkish markets to plummet and driven relations between DC and Ankara to a new low.

Turkey has defended its arrest of the consulate worker, whom it says has links to the exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom the government blames for orchestrating the failed 2016 military coup. Mr Gulen has denied involvement – a stance backed up by the majority of Western intelligence services.

Mr Bass has alleged that his embassy has not been told what evidence exists to prove a link between the employee and the exiled Muslim leader, and that Mr Tupuz has not had adequate access to a lawyer. The visa suspension would depend on “the extent of Turkey’s protection for the embassy and its staff”, he said in a video-recorded message.

State-run Anadolu Agency said the employee had allegedly communicated with former police chiefs in a 2013 corruption probe, an allegation which Mr Bass dismissed, saying it was part of his job description to talk to police officers.

Relations between Turkey and the US have been tense in recent years over both US support for Kurdish militias in the Syrian civil war, which Ankara considers as terrorists, and Washington’s refusal to extradite Mr Gulen, who is resident in Pennsylvania, back to Turkey.

In recent months, US decisions to indict a Turkish banker over violating US sanctions on Iran and 15 of Mr Erdogan’s own security guards after attacking peaceful protesters during a state visit in May have also angered Turkey.

“Did you ask permission from us when you dragged a general manager from our national bank into jail?” Mr Yildirim said in his Tuesday speech. “Why are you harbouring Gulen? Does this fit our alliance or friendship?”

News agencies contributed to this report

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Turkey angry on USA for suspending visas, vow Retaliation









 






Top Turkish officials have lashed out at the US, stating that Turkey “is not a tribal state” and does not need Washington’s permission to detain and prosecute suspects. The Turkish prime minister promised to “retaliate” over the suspension of non-immigrant visas.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has strongly criticized the US decision to suspend issuing visas to Turkish citizens, following the arrest of Metin Topuz, a Turkish citizen employed at the US consulate in Istanbul.

“There is nothing to discuss with the US if the administration initiated the visa row,” Erdogan said on Tuesday, while speaking at a joint news conference with his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic, in Belgrade.

Erdogan questioned whether the move was made by the US ambassador to Ankara or the administration itself.

If Turkey’s ambassador to the US made such a move on his own, “we would not keep him there for a second,” Erdogan said, as cited by the Turkiye newspaper, adding that in that case the row could simply be resolved by the US sacking the ambassador and overturning the ban.

The Turkish president denounced US Ambassador John Bass, stating that “we don’t see him as a representative of the United States in Turkey” and adding that senior Turkish officials would not receive his farewell visits.

While Turkey retains the right to detain and prosecute its citizens working for the US, Washington should ask itself how and why such “spies” infiltrated their diplomatic facilities in the first place, Erdogan said.

“The US needs to evaluate: How did these spies get in here? Who put them in here? No state will allow such spies. Turkey is not a tribal state,” Erdogan stated, apparently referring to Topuz and another consulate employee for whom the Turkish authorities issued a detention warrant.

The president’s remarks were echoed by Turkey’s PM, Binali Yildirim.

“Turkey is not a tribal state, we will retaliate against what has been done in kind,” Yildirim told ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) MPs on Tuesday.

While promising “retaliation,” Yildirim also took a somewhat reconciliatory stance, urging the US to be “more reasonable” and resolve the visa row “as soon as possible.”

“Who are you punishing? You are making your citizens and ours pay the price, this is not being serious. You can’t run a country with emotional decisions,” Yildirim said.

The recent flashpoint in Turkey-US relations emerged last Wednesday with the arrest of Topuz, a US consulate employee in Istanbul, over alleged links to the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara named as a mastermind behind the 2016 botched coup attempt.

The arrest was criticized by the US embassy in Turkey as “devaluing” for relations between the two countries.

On Sunday, the embassy suspended issuing non-immigrant visas to Turkish citizens, citing Washington’s need to “reassess the commitment of the government of Turkey to the security of the US mission and personnel.”

Ankara responded with a tit-for-tat move, suspending visas to US citizens and issuing a detention warrant for a second US consulate worker, while urging Washington to reverse its decision.

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U.S. Fethullah Gulen Terrorists Arrested In Turkey Face 15-Year Imprisonment: Gulen Funds Hillary Clinton Foundation & HRC

Istanbul Police

A dozen of Amnesty International activists arrested in Turkey may be imprisoned for 15 years, the DHA news agency reported.

ANKARA (Sputnik) — Turkish prosecutor’s office requests an imprisonment of 15 years for the activists of Amnesty International human rights organization, who have been arrested in Turkey in July, local media reported Sunday.

As many as 11 Amnesty International activists, eight of whom remain in custody, were charged with “membership of a terrorist organization,” the DHA news agency reported.

  1. Turkish Coup Attempt: Gulen Leaders Fund HRC Campaign, Clinton Foundation

Amnesty International’s Turkey Director Idil Eser alongside other 10 activists of the human rights organization was detained on the island of Buyukada off Istanbul’s coast during a human rights conference on July 5. Ankara accused Amnesty International activists of plotting another coup attempt in the country and of being associated with the movement of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, referred to as the Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) by Turkey.

Hillary Clinton & Fethullah Gulen

  1. CIA’s Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Muslim Brotherhood’s Fethullah Gulen

In July 2016, a failed military coup took place in Turkey, leaving over 240 people killed and some 2,000 injured. After the incident, Ankara introduced a national state of emergency, facilitating waves of arrests across the country which targeted mostly officials, legal and educational workers over their alleged ties to the movement of the US-based Gulen, who nevertheless rejected the accusations of and condemned the coup attempt.

  1. Turkey Arrests 43 U.S. Deep State Bank Officials
  2. Fethullah Gulen Donated Heavily To Hillary’s Campaign And Family Charity
  3. Hillary Clinton has been paid by Gulen, to both her families foundation and presidential campaign, an estimated $1 million

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U.S. Deep State CIA Plant ~ Fethullah Gulen ~ Muslim Brotherhood Script

  1. Mayors From Terrorist State Of Israel Encourage Deep State U.S. To Stop Funding Terrorism

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ISIS Is Completely Fabricated By CIA/Mossad: Muslim Brotherhood ISIS Are Mercenaries Not Muslims!

 

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