Yeni Safak: US moves Daesh terrorists to bases in Syria before unleashing them on Turkey19 February 2019 | 02:42 | FOCUS News Agency
A number of “prominent” Daesh terrorists are also said to be provided with fake passports before “shipping them” to other countries.
Close to 500 Daesh terrorists captured in Deir Ezzor’s Baghouz region are being used by the U.S. and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists to blackmail several countries, including Turkey, as they provide protection for them in bases belonging to the Pentagon in Syria.
A possible mission east of the Euphrates, which Turkey’s leadership has been suggesting for months, would follow two successful cross-border Turkish operations into Syria since 2016 – Operation Euphrates Shield and Operation Olive Branch – both meant to eradicate the presence of YPG/PKK and Daesh terrorists near Turkey’s borders.
The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States. The YPG and PYD are its Syrian extensions.
Senior PKK terrorists are said to be after 3.5 tons of gold allegedly hidden in the desert by Daesh terrorists, in return for issuing fake passports for at least 80 of the captured fighters as a first step.
An unspecified number of the captured terrorists are said to be sent to Idlib, the last opposition stronghold in Syria near the Turkish border, and some to the Euphrates Shield region.
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