Dec 23, 2018

Busted! Turkey caught smuggling weapons to al-Qaida - WND

WASHINGTON – Turkish intelligence, under the apparent direction of then Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, allegedly has been authorizing the smuggling of arms to al-Qaida cells in Syria, according to informed Turkish sources. The weapons, said to include rocket warheads, were allegedly smuggled in up to seven container trucks under the direction of Turkish …

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