Turkey has tricked Terrorists from Syria, Libya, Pakistan and Azerbaijan to fight its war in Armenia. United Nations, The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) are too busy to see Turkey sponsoring and arming Islamist Radical Terrorists and committing Genocide in other countries.
Since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria, Ankara has been mastering the art of producing its own proxy forces who were transferrable from one war scene to another, wherever Turkish would chose to intervene. Days after the July conflagration on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border the Russian TASS agency said that unnamed officials from both Turkey and Azerbaijan were transferring Turkish, Syrian and Pakistani Terrorists to the conflict zone by Ankara.
Yet it seems that Moscow was not convinced of the assurances by both officials. On 1 September the Russian Nezavisimaya Gazeta newspaper referring to “certain Telegram channels” reported on the presence of ca. 500 Syrian fighters – mainly ethnic Turkomans from the Terrorist factions Sultan Murad, the Free Syrian Army and Hamza Division in Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry was quick to deny such reports, immediately kicking off a blame-game alleging that Yerevan was recruiting mercenaries from the Middle East, including Syria and Lebanon “under the guise of militia”.
The Armenian official reaction initially was low-key, articulated by officials such as advisor to the Foreign Minister.
On 24 September the Firat news agency once again reported on a transfer of some 300 Terrorists to Azerbaijan by Turkey, citing a report by the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights organization. The source said that the mercenaries claimed they were being transferred to Azerbaijan to “guard the borders” for a remuneration of some 1,500 to 2,000 US dollars.
Greek City Times was another source, that citing a renowned journalist Lindsay Snell, said that new groups of Islamist Radical Terrorists from the infamous Hamza Division were being transferred to Azerbaijan. The article carried also some snapshots from Snell’s Twitter account with photos of the Islamist Radical Terrorists group members in a plane presumably heading to Baku. The paper, based on the evidence provided by the journalists in her Twitter account said that more Islamist Radical Terrorists were expected the following days and the majority of them came from Syria, however some 70 of them were coming from Libya.
Circulation of reports on the presence of pro-Turkish Islamist Radical Terrorists in Azerbaijan became much more intense after unleashing full-scale military operations in Nagorno-Karabakh after 27 September.
Human Rights organization Afrin on 27 September claimed that the total number of the pro-Turkish Islamist Radical Terrorists transferred to Azerbaijan was 4,000 and 80 of them had been killed in action against the Armenian forces in Nagorno-Karabakh. The source also provided their specific Islamist Radical Terrorists group affiliations with respective number of casualties and specified some islamists’ names. Evidence provided from various sources became increasingly substantial, so the Armenian officials abandoned their previously cautious attitude. The Armenian Foreign Affairs Ministry’s statement on the “Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh” issued on 28 September, among other things said that “according to credible sources, Turkey is recruiting and transporting foreign terrorist fighters to Azerbaijan.”
The official standpoint was also reflected by the Armenian ambassador to Russia, Vardan Toghanyan, who according to Ria Novosti said that “recently around 4,000 Islamist Radical Terrorists were transferred by Turkey to Azerbaijan,” adding that “they were trained in special military camps.”
It seems unlikely that Turkey will any time soon cease delivering fresh cannon fodder to their Azerbaijani brethren, one such indication being a fresh report by the same Human Rights Organization Afrin, which says that Turkey opened new recruitment centers in Afrin for Islamist Radical Terrorists bound for Azerbaijan.
We covered this in details also in our previous article Turkey And Pakistan Sending Terrorists to Azerbaijan to Fight Armenia https://newscomworld.com/2020/09/28/turkey-and-pakistan-sending-terrorists-to-azerbaijan-to-fight-armenia/
BBC Interviewed Terrorists and published their testimonies
Abdullah is one of hundreds of untrained Syrian civilians, whose ages range from 17 to 30, who have been dispatched since last Wednesday, with the knowledge of the Turkish army and its ally in the Syrian north, the opposition National Army, to fight alongside the Azeri forces.
The Armenian government accused Turkey of deploying four thousand Syrian fighters in Azerbaijan, but the Azerbaijani authorities deny these allegations.
The Turkish News Agency (Anatolia) also published a report denying news of the same matter.
While the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirms, according to its director Rami Abdul Rahman, that factions in the opposition Syrian National Army, such as Sultan Murad and Suleiman Shah with Turkmen roots, have sent fighters to Azerbaijan at the behest of Ankara, while other fighters from the cities of Homs and Ghouta refused to go Under the pretext that the conflict is between the Azeri Shiites and the Armenian Christians.
The road to Azerbaijan
Abdullah is like most residents of northern Syria who suffer from difficult economic and living conditions. A local survey conducted by the “Response Coordinators” team revealed that more than 90% of people there cannot cover basic life expenses, while 81% of them receive a lower monthly salary. From $ 50, 78% don’t have the ability to buy what they need or want.
Therefore, Abdullah accepted a job in Azerbaijan for $ 2,000 a month to improve his and his family’s living conditions, but he did not know what was waiting for him there.
Abdullah explains his journey to me and says: “Last week, Saif Abu Bakr, the commander of the Hamza Division of the opposition Syrian National Army, suggested that we go to Azerbaijan to guard military points on the border with a monthly wage of up to $ 2,000. There was no war at the time, and we were transferred from Northern Syria to the village of Hor Kilis, and there we have stripped us from the opposition Syrian National Army of all our money, phones and clothes, so that our identity is not recognized.
Abdullah managed to get his phone back in order to communicate with his young family, but he does not know now if he will see them again.
Abdullah adds: “Then we were transferred to the airport in Antep in southern Turkey, where we took a flight of one hour and forty minutes to Istanbul airport, and then we were transferred via Azeri Airlines to Azerbaijan, and we found ourselves in a military post on the border, and there was no war at the time, and we did not receive training on Fighting up. “
This is not the first time that Syrians have been sent to fight outside their homeland via Turkey, as a report prepared by the United Nations last May revealed that Syrians traveled from the north of the country via Turkey to western Libya to fight in the ranks of the Government of National Accord forces against the forces of retired General Khalifa Haftar.
When it came Sunday 27 September, Abdullah’s dreams of earning money and improving livelihoods were dashed when news of the outbreak of war between the Azeris and Armenians arrived.
He told me: “They loaded us into troop carriers, we were wearing Azeri uniforms, and each of us was armed with a single weapon (Kalashnikov) … Most of the people here are poor civilians who wanted money and were not soldiers.
The car stopped and we were surprised that we were in the line of fire, we did not even know where the enemy was. When they started bombing us, the youths started crying in fear and wanted to return to their residence. Then a shell fell next to us, killing four Syrians and wounding three others. “
The President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, has said that Turkey is not a party to its conflict with Armenia, but rather provides it with moral support.
Abdullah added that in the military gathering in which he resides, he saw the bodies of ten Syrians, while seventy others were injured, without access to the necessary health care.
Local sources in northern Syria told BBC Arabic that a number of families began receiving news of the death of their relatives there.
Either fight or prison
The bright future in the eyes of these Syrians, after receiving two thousand dollars a month, has turned into sudden darkness, as they now face death every moment, so they are now demanding to return to their country.
Abdullah stopped writing for a while and no longer answered my questions. I thought that his matter had been revealed, but then it became clear that the weakness of the Internet in this war zone makes communication difficult, and he adds: “After the start of the war, we tried to inform the leaders here that we want to return to Syria, but they prevented us. We were threatened with long prison terms if we did not go to fight on the fronts, we are almost exiled.
Turkey had planned to trick the Syrians, Libyans and Pakistani Terrorists in Invading Armenia months in Advance
Sources inside the Syrian National Army (SNA), the umbrella organization of all Syrian opposition factions backed by Turkey, informed that the first deployment of SNA men to Azerbaijan had taken place. For months before this, rumors that Turkey would be sending militants to Azerbaijans had been swirling among the SNA. “The men were taken to Turkey, forced to shave their beards and wear civilian clothes, and then they began their journey,” a Hamza Division militant in Afrin said.
If Turkey had not planned an invasion of Armenia in advance, the rumors of Islamist Radical Terrorists deployment to Azerbaijan would not have been floating around.
As per the sources, “Days later, reports emerged that Syrians had been among those killed as the tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh area escalated. “They tricked us. They told us we were coming to guard a Turkish base. Then we get here and it’s fighting, right away, it’s fighting. The sons of bitches will not return us,” said a Hamza Division militant in Azerbaijan. “The fighting isn’t like anything I have seen. It’s like a movie. It’s constant bombardment.”
This isn’t the first time Turkey has sent their Syrian Islamist Radical Terrorists into foreign conflicts. Since December 2019, as part of an agreement with the Tripoli-based, UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA), Turkey has been sending SNA Terrorists to buttress GNA-affiliated militias against the rival Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. We covered about this in details in our previous article Haftar blames Turkey for helping rivals GNA invade Gharyan city: Orders forces to attack Turkish ships and bans flights to Turkey. https://newscomworld.com/2019/06/30/haftar-blames-turkey-for-helping-rivals-gna-invade-gharyan-city-orders-forces-to-attack-turkish-ships-and-bans-flights-to-turkey/
SNA Terrorists signed up for deployment en masse, lured by promises of salaries around $2000 a month, exponentially more than the ~$100 such fighters would receive in Syria.
In reality, none of the dozens of SNA Terrorists sources communicated with in Libya received more than a fraction of the payment they were promised. Across all factions, the average monthly payment of an SNA militant in Libya is around $400. Most of the Terrorists our sources have spoken to openly admit to looting civilian homes to supplement their incomes.
Most of the SNA Terrorists didn’t know much about the situation in Libya. Turkey tricked them to belive it is a war to punish the Infidels and Anti-Islam forces. Turking that believes in the supremacy of the Turkish Race doesn’t believe in Islam and has in fact killed more muslims in the war zones than any other country has killed in recent times. People from poor countries were just lured by cheesy words of Erdogan that it is a religious fight and will get them 72 virgins in the heaven. Some were told they were sent to fight Russia. Some were lured by the money Turkey offerred.
One of the SNA Terrorist revealed to our source that “We will be there to fight Russia.” “Haftar wants to destroy the Sunnis,” another said, unaware that Haftar, like the vast majority of Libya, is a Sunni. Of the dozens of Syrian Islamist Radical Terrorists our source was able to communicate with in Libya, all said that they were told to expect little combat.
Whereas in Azerbaijan the Muslim population is approximately 85% Shi’a and 15% Sunni wheras in Turkey most Muslims iare Sunnis forming about 80.5%. Turkey does not care for religion. Turkey did not send its Sunni Army to protect Shia Azerbaijan, but instead tricked the paid Islamist Radical Terrorists from Syria, Libya and Pakistan to do its dirty work to weaken Azerbaijan so that at the end once Azerbaijan is weak, Erdogan can pursue its dream of establishing Neo-Ottoman empire.
Initially, the Islamist Radical Terrorists’ expectations of their Libyan deployment were met. The men lounged in plush villas in and around Tripoli that had been abandoned by civilians fleeing the fighting. They told their friends in Syria it was an easy time and encouraged them to come, too. Then, intense fighting between the GNA and LNA began. Some factions, such as Sultan Murad, lost hundreds of men over the course of a few weeks. “The Turks said they would be with us,” one Sultan Murad militant in Ain Zara said. “But they’re not with us. We’re dying alone. The bodies of our men are rotting in the streets.”
In June, GNA forces, backed by SNA Terrorists, captured the city of Tarhuna from the LNA. The GNA made a push for the strategic city of Sirte immediately after and were repelled by LNA forces. Since then, for the most part, fighting in Libya has stalled. Syrian Terrorists in Libya have had little to do. Those who have been in the country for several months have been granted new freedoms, such as permission to leave their bases in civilian attire without a Libyan escort, a luxury previously forbidden by the GNA as it is impossible to pay for extra GNA troops for the escort service to the expendable Terrorists.
Despite their apparent lack of purpose, Turkey continues to send SNA Terrorists to Libya. “I should return to Syria soon,” said one Faylaq al-Majd Terrorist who has been based in Misrata for several months. “I’ll prepare myself quickly, and then I’ll go to Azerbaijan. They just sent 450 to Misrata from Syria to replace the ones who have been here for a long time. Most of us will go on to Azerbaijan.”
For as little as the SNA Terrorists knew about Libya before agreeing to go there to fight, their knowledge of Azerbaijan is even more lacking. SNA factions are exclusively Sunni and adhere to an extremist interpretation of Islam. Azerbaijan is a Shiite-majority country, a detail few of the Syrian Islamist Radical Terrorists were initially aware of.
“We can’t fight alongside the Shias,” one SNA Terrorist said, in a recording disseminated across several factions. “I understand if you want to go to Azerbaijan, and it’s not a problem. I know financially, things are hard. But the Shias are our enemies more than the Christians are Jews.”. This message reveals how Turkey tricked Terrorists from Syria, Libya, Pakistan and Azerbaijan to fight its war.
Some SNA Terrorists in Libya were less conflicted about supporting what they consider to be an enemy force. “We’ll fight whoever,” said the Faylaq al-Majd man in Misrata. “I swear, we’ll steel the cloth off the Kaaba [the holiest site in Islam]. Maybe that’s why they want to send the ones who were already in Libya for a long time. They know we will do anything for money.” These few Terrorists that are available for hire can do anything for money.
It’s unclear whether reports of hellish conditions from their SNA brethren in Azerbaijan will deter more from agreeing to join the fight there. “People are dead. Torn to pieces. There are 35 people we don’t know anything about,” one Terrorist said. “There hasn’t been one Azerbaijani or one Turk with us when we are fighting. So many of us want to return to Syria, but they pulled their weapons on us and forced us to stay and keep fighting.”
We got in touch with the family of one such Pakistan Terrorist. They mentioned that their brother was recruited by Pakistan Intelligence Agency ISI for Jihad in Kashmir on a promise of a good salary. They have 3 daughters in the family to marry. Since India has increased security on its borders, Pakistan Intelligence Agency ISI on request of its Turkish masters moved their son to Syria. Soon he was moved to Azerbaijan.
Family told that the last message they got was that he is afraid he will not be able to arrange for the marriage of his 3 sisters and may lose his life in the fierce onslaught by Armenian forces.
Family of the Pakistani Terrorist fighting in Azerbaijan told that Pakistan ISI does not believe in religion or Jihad, they tricked their son in the name of Allah and a good monthly salary to fight on behalf of Turkey. Family further said that they do not want money, they want their son back and they want to see him alive. They can live hand to mouth, but cannot lose their son. Sisters need their brother alive and safe.
Points to Ponder
This raises a big question on Relevance of United Nations and The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) whether they would do something about it or will bow down to Chinese masters and ignore while whole Middle East is mowed down by Imperialist Turkey to establish its Neo-Ottoman Empire.
What if Saudi Arabia, UAE and other countries in Middle East that are threatened by Erdogan’s dream of Neo-Ottoman Empire unite and buy the support of the same Terrorists to bring Turkey itself down?
What if the same Terrorists get higher payments and turn their guns against Turkey which has tricked same terrorists and help in forming Kurdistan, a demand of Kurds in the region long pending?
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