”Tripartite smuggling network” IS, al-Qaeda, al-Mit

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NEWS DESK-It turns out that the networks of smuggling and money laundering to IS and Al Qaeda and with the leadership of the Turkish al-Mit and by Erdogan millions of dollars are smuggling to Turkey from Iraq and Başûr Kurdistan.

At the start of the attacks on Afrin, it became clear that the adviser to the Turkish al-Mit, Hakan Fidan, and the brother-in-law of Turkish President Erdogan, Brat al-Birak and through Erdogan who ordered the smuggling of large quantities of gold daily through Iraq and the Başûr Kurdistan.

They smuggle the money which they take from IS and al-Qaeda to Turkey

The Turkish Mit transfer al-Qaeda’s money and IS in Afghanistan and Iraq to gold and smuggle 550 kilograms of gold daily through private members of Mit from the Ibrahim al-Khalil crossing in Zakho to Turkey. After the start of the attacks on Afrin in order to transfer the funds were transferred from Cyprus to Iraq, the transfer of private mediation of the deceased asked that the transfer request be denied from Erdogan and his son for the Ministry of Customs and Energy. According to information on the transfers, the Wali of Sharnakh said that Khabur border crossing was used. But by removing barriers to the network through the state, transfers continue.

The smuggling network consists of a triangle of Turkish intelligence – al-Qaeda – IS

This gold, which they bring to Turkey, brings it through that network founded by Erdogan, his son and his ministers. This gold was seized by al-Qaeda and IS in Syria and Iraq as war booty. Although the transfer of gold planned by Erdogan and al-Mit and his ministers is considered an offense under international law, the implementation of this scheme in cooperation with the terrorist organizations of IS and al-Qaeda shows another aspect of the relationship between Turkey and terrorist organizations.

Erdogan is trying to rescue IS and al-Qaeda

This smuggling network, established by Erdogan with these organizations, which are classified as terrorist organizations on the international scene trying to play the balance of money in the world playing in the balance of the economy. With this criminal and dirty network, while the attacks on Afrin have turned into hourly talk in Turkey, Erdogan wants to strengthen his influence in the global economic market and if necessary intervene in the global market.

They annihilate societies

Erdogan is spending millions of dollars to finance the genocide he is waging against Afrin and the Kurdish people and is trying to mitigate the impact on the economy through terrorist organizations and smuggling networks.

And to avoid the economic crisis brought by the war with it is trying to block the way to distract people from the war.

The other important aspect is that Erdogan is reorganizing terrorist organizations such as IS and al-Qaeda into existence and using them to annihilate the Kurds.

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ANHA

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”Tripartite smuggling network” IS, al-Qaeda, al-Mit

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NEWS DESK-It turns out that the networks of smuggling and money laundering to IS and Al Qaeda and with the leadership of the Turkish al-Mit and by Erdogan millions of dollars are smuggling to Turkey from Iraq and Başûr Kurdistan.

At the start of the attacks on Afrin, it became clear that the adviser to the Turkish al-Mit, Hakan Fidan, and the brother-in-law of Turkish President Erdogan, Brat al-Birak and through Erdogan who ordered the smuggling of large quantities of gold daily through Iraq and the Başûr Kurdistan.

They smuggle the money which they take from IS and al-Qaeda to Turkey

The Turkish Mit transfer al-Qaeda’s money and IS in Afghanistan and Iraq to gold and smuggle 550 kilograms of gold daily through private members of Mit from the Ibrahim al-Khalil crossing in Zakho to Turkey. After the start of the attacks on Afrin in order to transfer the funds were transferred from Cyprus to Iraq, the transfer of private mediation of the deceased asked that the transfer request be denied from Erdogan and his son for the Ministry of Customs and Energy. According to information on the transfers, the Wali of Sharnakh said that Khabur border crossing was used. But by removing barriers to the network through the state, transfers continue.

The smuggling network consists of a triangle of Turkish intelligence – al-Qaeda – IS

This gold, which they bring to Turkey, brings it through that network founded by Erdogan, his son and his ministers. This gold was seized by al-Qaeda and IS in Syria and Iraq as war booty. Although the transfer of gold planned by Erdogan and al-Mit and his ministers is considered an offense under international law, the implementation of this scheme in cooperation with the terrorist organizations of IS and al-Qaeda shows another aspect of the relationship between Turkey and terrorist organizations.

Erdogan is trying to rescue IS and al-Qaeda

This smuggling network, established by Erdogan with these organizations, which are classified as terrorist organizations on the international scene trying to play the balance of money in the world playing in the balance of the economy. With this criminal and dirty network, while the attacks on Afrin have turned into hourly talk in Turkey, Erdogan wants to strengthen his influence in the global economic market and if necessary intervene in the global market.

They annihilate societies

Erdogan is spending millions of dollars to finance the genocide he is waging against Afrin and the Kurdish people and is trying to mitigate the impact on the economy through terrorist organizations and smuggling networks.

And to avoid the economic crisis brought by the war with it is trying to block the way to distract people from the war.

The other important aspect is that Erdogan is reorganizing terrorist organizations such as IS and al-Qaeda into existence and using them to annihilate the Kurds.

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ANHA

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SDF is completely cleaned Belil village of Turkish occupation army, al-Qaeda

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AFRIN- (SDF) fighters wiped out Jaj Belil village in Shea district of elements of the Turkish occupation army and mercenaries of al-Qaeda wing in the area. During the clashes in the village, a number of members of the occupation army and its mercenaries were killed and a number of others were wounded, while the fighters seized a quantity of military equipment.

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Extremists Return To Diyala, To Reunite With Old Allies, Al Qaeda

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Last week a joint force composed of the Iraqi army and members of Iraq’s volunteer militias arrived in the province of Diyala with a specific mission: To arrest members of possible sleeper cells propagated by the extremist group known as the Islamic State.

Even though the Islamic State, or IS, group was supposedly pushed out of Diyala two years ago, there are still grave fears that the extremists have managed to set up secret cells in the province, which will wreak havoc sooner or later.

“The operation, undertaken by the Tigris Command of the army and Brigade 24 of the militias, targeted the Wadi al-Thalab, Imam Wees and Naft Khana districts in Diyala,” explained Mazen al-Tamimi, one of the senior members of the militias. “The aim was to find terrorists, and also the cells set up by terrorists.”

The organisation has lost its power to control whole cities so it will resort to sudden terrorist attacks. And Diyala has the right environment in which the extremists can hide.

A recent video made by the IS group shows members threatening neighbouring Iran, a Shiite Muslim theocracy. The IS group are Sunni Muslim extremists and they believe that Shiite Muslims are as good as unbelievers. In the video, which was made in Diyala, the IS members fire their guns at pictures of Iranian clerics.

Some locals, surprised that such a film could be made in an area supposedly free of extremists, say that the video was actually made by Iran, in a kind of “false flag” operation. However there is no doubt that attacks against the Iraqi security forces in the province have been increasing. According to an officer in Iraq’s intelligence services, it is quite possible that the IS group has returned to Diyala and is reuniting with former allies, ones they had previously left behind, such as Al Qaeda in Iraq and Sunni extremist groups committed to what they see as holy war.

“We have confirmed that Arab and foreign fighters are returning to Diyala after they made it out of Mosul,” the officer, who spoke anonymously because he was not authorized to make comments on the matter, told NIQASH. “Their mission is to prepare the ground for the return of IS to Diyala.”

“We knew this would happen,” he continued. “The organisation has lost its power to control whole cities so it will resort to sudden terrorist attacks. And Diyala has the right agricultural and rural environment in which the extremists can hide.”

The Iraqi intelligence services believe that senior members of the group have come back to Diyala to try and negotiate new bonds with former allies, even though there is still tension between the various groups because of the fact that, when the IS group took over Mosul in northern Iraq, it ruthlessly forced all other groups to pledge allegiance.

The return to Diyala makes sense historically. Diyala was the first capital for extremist organisations in Iraq. The first extremist organisation was created here in 2004, after the 2003 US-led invasion that toppled Sunni leader, Saddam Hussein.

 

A still from the video the IS group made in Diyala.

 

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, notorious for forming the first wing of Al Qaeda in Iraq, announced the organisation from Diyala and his fighters trained and rested in the rural hinterlands of the province, before leaving to undertake operations in other parts of Iraq. Al-Zarqawi was killed in Diyala by a US air strike in 2006.

This year’s dangers lie in a series of agricultural villages in what is known as the Sansal area, which stretches from Muqdadiya city to the outskirts of a town called Khales – where al-Zarqawi was killed – to Baquba, the headquarters of the provincial government. From these villages, the extremists are launching their attacks on the Iraqi army, the militias and the various checkpoints.

Most of the villages are deserted, residents having left because of fear of the IS group as well as concerns that the militias would think they were IS themselves and accuse of them of collaborating with the extremists.

“It is actually dangerous to keep dozens of villages near Muqdadiya empty because the terrorists make use of this and hide there,” says Haqi al-Jibour, a member of Diyala’s provincial council. “It is increasingly important that all of the people from these villages – around 1,700 families – return and make peace.”

That is going to be difficult to achieve. Some locals believe that the IS group’s new tactic is to try and inflame pre-existing sectarian tensions, that have worsened over the past two years of Iraq’s security crisis.

“The IS group is no longer capable of launching big attacks,” says Bassem al-Azzawi , a member of Diyala’s police. “That’s why it is now playing the sectarian game in Diyala,” he told NIQASH in a telephoned interview.

A number of recent events seem to confirm al-Azzawi’s explanation. An attack on a checkpoint outside the Shiite Muslim-majority area of Wajihiyah resulted in troops shelling the Sunni Muslim-majority area around Muqdadiya.

Two weeks ago, Raad al-Dahlaki, a Sunni Muslim MP, told local media that there had been kidnappings and murders in Diyala that appeared to have a sectarian motive.

 All of these developments have resulted in meetings of high ranking politicians in Baghdad, that included ministers for national security and the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi. An official statement released after the meeting said that the government was considering a number of measures to maintain and improve security in Diyala.

And there is likely more to come, as the Iraqi government begins to realise that the IS group will continue to present new challenges, no matter where they are. 


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Al-Qaeda, allies pound Kurdish city of Afrin with heavy weapons, civilian casualties reported

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AFRIN – Syrian Islamist rebels pounded the Kurdish city of Afrin in Syria’s northern province of Aleppo with heavy weapons, causing casualties among civilians, including women and children, local sources reported on Saturday. 

The Islamist groups led by the Nusra Front, al-Qaeda branch in Syria, have been indiscriminately bombing Afrin since Friday-midnight, from their positions in Azaz city in northern Aleppo.

Speaking to ARA News in Afrin, media activist Mohammed Rashad said that Islamist rebel groups bombed several villages in the vicinity of Afrin, in response to their heavy losses during fighting against the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the northern suburbs of Aleppo.

The SDF includes the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) along with allied Arab and Christian groups. The SDF, which is supported by the United States, is mainly designated to fight Islamists including al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front and the radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) in northern Syria. 

“Islamist rebels also targeted the village of Qatama [administratively linked to Sherran township] in Afrin suburbs adjacent to the border town of Azaz,” Rashad reported, pointing out that more than 10 shells hit residential buildings in Qatama on Saturday. 

At least nine civilians, mostly women and children, have been killed and dozens others injured in Saturday’s attacks, according to medical sources that spoke to ARA News on condition of anonymity.

Islamist groups also bombed the villages of Bufalun near Shirawa township and Qastal Jindo. The death toll was not immediately clear. 

In this regard, Kurdish politician Pierre Rustam told ARA News: “Over the past two days, the Turkish army forces launched a number of shells on Kurdish controlled areas, including Afrin and Tel Abyad [Gire Spi] on the borderline with Turkey.”

“Meetings have been held in the Turkish city of Gaziantep between leaders of the opposition factions and Turkish army leadership in order to open fighting fronts against the Kurds in Aleppo province. Mobilizing Turkish forces on the border seems to be a sign for this plan,” he said. 

“Turkish authorities have been inciting Syrian Kurds to respond militarily to its aggression in order to provide an argument for the international community that its national security is at risk, and therefore it has a legitimate right to access deeply inside Syrian territory and impose a buffer zone in northern Syriaــ which is rejected by both US and Russia,” Rustam argued. 

On the other hand, “Turkey appears to push Islamist rebels, especially the radical groups, to engage in battle with the Kurds in a bid to put more pressure on the US to stop supporting the YPG forces, especially after Washington’s recent remarks of excluding the Democratic Union Party (PYD) from being a terrorist group,” the Kurdish politician told ARA News.

“Turkey currently aims to foil the Kurdish political project in Rojava [Syrian Kurdistan],” Rustam concluded.

Heavy fighting erupted between Islamist rebel groups and the SDF forces a few days ago in the towns of Tal Rifaat and Ain Daqna in the northern suburbs of Aleppo, during which Islamists have incurred significant losses in manpower and equipment, where over 50 militants were killed, while 11 fighters from the SDF forces lost their lives in the clashes.

Reporting by: Jiwan Saman

Source: ARA News

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