Cell phone reveals Turkish intelligence support to ISIS

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( Salahuddin – On Monday, al-Hashed al-Shaabi leader Jabbar al-Maamouri announced, that the security forces have found a mobile phone belonging to a prominent leader in ISIS who was killed near al-Sharqat District north of Salahuddin, while noted that the phone uncovered the role of the Turkish Intelligence in backing ISIS by securing entry and exit passages for the elements of the organization.

Maamouri said in a statement obtained by, “A special security force from al-Hashd al-Shaabi found a new mobile phone with the body of a prominent Syrian leader in ISIS who was killed in an ambush near Sharqat District north of Salahuddin, two days ago.”

He continued, “The content of the mobile phone has been examined, especially text messages, which uncovered the Turkish intelligence role in supporting ISIS by securing entry and exit passages for the leaders of the organization from Turkey to Iraq and Syria, and vice versa,” adding that, “The mobile also contained other serious information which can’t be disclosed, and it was sent to the competent security authorities.”

Noteworthy, Russia has declared the possession of evidences that Turkey is the main consumer of oil extracted from the territory controlled by ISIS, while the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his family were accused of engaging in commercial activities with ISIS.


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