“For a salary of $ 100”: captured militants talked about Turkey’s support for radicals in Syria

“For a salary of $ 100”: captured militants talked about Turkey’s support for radicals in Syria

Official Ankara supports the extremists Jebhat al-Nusra (banned in the Russian Federation) and helps them recruit fighters into units operating in Syria. This was told by the radicals who fell into the hands of the Syrian troops in Aleppo.


Mahmoud al-Najim, a prisoner from Tibni, said the following:

Turkish police detained us and said that if I did not work for them and fight on the side of the Jebhat al-Nusra, they would kill or arrest my family.


According to the captured militant, he received $ 100 from the Turks as a salary, and his relatives were sent to a refugee camp, becoming hostages. The man was assured that his relatives were safe while he was at war. According to Mahmoud, Saudi Arabia and Turkey supply militants belonging to the radical groups fighting in Syria.

Hussein Abdel Aziz went to extremists to feed his family. He participated in military operations in the ranks of various groups that were part of the Jebhat al-Nusra, and then was captured by the Syrian military during a retreat to the observation post of the Turkish army. He said that among the militants he had come from Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Yesterday, information appeared about the destruction by the Turks of 76 Syrian soldiers. This was a response to the firing of SAA by the Turkish military when eight soldiers died. The shelling of the SAA was carried out in the direction of a group of terrorists who decided to use the Turkish observation post as a cover.
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  1. cniza 4 February 2020 11: 57 New
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    Yesterday, information appeared about the destruction by the Turks of 76 Syrian soldiers. This was a response to the firing of SAA by the Turkish military when eight soldiers died. The shelling of the SAA was carried out in the direction of a group of terrorists who decided to use the Turkish observation post as a cover.


    What is this if not war?
    1. 1959ain 4 February 2020 12: 08 New
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      They got into it again
      1. x.andvlad 4 February 2020 12: 26 New
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        I don’t think it came as a surprise to us.
        Either Erdogan is a good artist in dealing with GDP, or GDP knows everything perfectly, but is forced to negotiate with the Turks. Apparently such “cooperation” on the verge of conflict is better than open confrontation.
        From the very beginning of the Syrian crisis, Turkey’s support for the radicals was known.
        1. cniza 4 February 2020 12: 40 New
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          Quote: 1959ain
          They got into it again


          I don’t think, but we can ...
    2. Tuzik 4 February 2020 12: 12 New
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      Quote: cniza
      What is this if not war?

      Well, for example, on Khalkhin Gol and it was stronger
      1. maxim947 4 February 2020 12: 31 New
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        First of all, you need to understand who benefits from this? those. those who really want to drive a wedge between us and Turkey.
        The answer here is obvious. And based on this, we can assume that this is nonsense, or not all the truth.
        1. cniza 4 February 2020 12: 39 New
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          It seems to me that Turkey wants to start a war and drag Russia in, but not to participate in this, and also try to drag Ukraine against Russia, the visit of the Sultan was not just like that.
          1. maxim947 4 February 2020 12: 50 New
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            Why is it for Turkey?
            1. cniza 4 February 2020 15: 59 New
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              Good question, but all their actions speak of it in Syria, in Ukraine, now in Libya ...
              1. maxim947 4 February 2020 16: 10 New
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                I don’t know, they don’t tell me anything.
                Turkey is not profitable only if they were not convinced by Western "friends" about a certain bonus, which, in principle, has happened more than once in history.
                1. cniza 4 February 2020 16: 12 New
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                  Worse, if it's just a pendulum in the head of the Sultan.
                2. Lelek 4 February 2020 17: 07 New
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                  Quote: maxim947
                  ... if they were not convinced by Western "friends" for a certain bonus ...

                  hi
                  The EU is just becoming increasingly clear that without destroying the barmalei in Syria (which Assad and Russia actually do and who Turkey supports with arms, politics and food), these scumbags will atrocify tomorrow in the vastness of the "Europe" (actually they have already begun, but in the future they will acts will multiply).
          2. Zoro 4 February 2020 19: 04 New
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            Quote: cniza
            It seems to me that Turkey wants to start a war and drag Russia, but not to participate in this, and also try to drag Ukraine against Russia

            Well, if this is Erdogan’s personal plan .. hi And worse, if it acts according to the US plan with Israel .. Here, the blow to the back of Russia will be very tangible, but not fatal .... I think that the Kremlin’s analysts also take this option into account and are preparing for this .. hi
            Quote: cniza
            Sultan's visit was not just.

            Well, to annoy Russia and freeze something, these things (spitefully frostbitten ears))) are used by all our "former allied" and Erdogan, too, something freezes .. lol
            Did you notice Victor that Putin usually keeps silent about these provocative statements of “our allies” with a sly smile .. Could it be so?
            It seems that they have direct competition among themselves, who is cooler than "throw Russia" ..
            Let them bark, and the caravan GO!
            1. cniza 4 February 2020 19: 09 New
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              Russia has always scared everyone with its size, capabilities, etc., so they are trying to "bite" on occasion ... hi
              1. Zoro 4 February 2020 19: 23 New
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                Quote: cniza
                Russia has always scared everyone with its size, capabilities, etc., so they are trying to "bite" on occasion ... hi

                Well, you can rob it under the guise, they also understood it well .. That's how Victor lives! hi
                But when they bark, and they themselves have fear in their eyes and trembling in their voices ... We are unpredictable and it is difficult to calculate us ..
                We are afraid of ourselves! wink drinks
  2. Mavrikiy 4 February 2020 11: 57 New
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    Message. It looks like nonsense. Too dumb excuse.
    1. Nyrobsky 4 February 2020 14: 36 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Message. It looks like nonsense. Too dumb excuse.

      About 76 dead Syrians reported only the Turkish side, so perhaps this statement was made for domestic consumption. At least Damascus does not confirm this information, but the offensive continues. Idlib is 8 km away.
  3. Thrifty 4 February 2020 12: 01 New
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    It is necessary to actively help the Kurds in the struggle for the establishment of Kurdistan in Turkey! So that Erdogad’s eternal hiccups, the invasion of Syria has responded!
    1. cniza 4 February 2020 12: 04 New
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      It seems that by his actions, he will beg for it ...
    2. Sauron80 4 February 2020 12: 10 New
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      And how do you explain the Kurds in Iraq, Iran and Syria that only the Kurds in Turkey should receive autonomy or their own state?
      1. Thrifty 4 February 2020 12: 17 New
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        80 Sauron, let them go to Kurdistan, it will be like a state of Israel of its kind, a "holy land" for all Kurdish tribes and communities!
        1. Oquzyurd 4 February 2020 13: 26 New
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          "Ararat", you are my pain and sorrow. I will do everything so that everyone is at war with the Turks, right?
      2. Roman070280 4 February 2020 12: 22 New
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        But do not explain anything to anyone .. This is their land, their life, their war ..
        With the same success, the Kurds could begin to explain something to us about Ukrainians, etc.
        There was nothing to poke your nose where you didn’t need, and try to solve someone’s problems, as if everyone in the country had been resolved ..
        1. Sauron80 4 February 2020 12: 38 New
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          You did not understand the meaning of my words. I’m just trying to explain why the Russian Federation is primarily unprofitable to create an independent Kurdistan in Turkey or somewhere else. When creating Kurdistan in Turkey, a precedent will be created and it is not necessary to be a Wang to anticipate that in the above-mentioned countries (Iraq, Iran and Syria) the Kurds will also begin to demand their state, and you can be sure that they will start demanding with weapons in their hands (abroad Help us, Omerika with us, etc.). Iran seems to us like a "partner", for the territorial integrity of Syria, our guys have been dying for 5 years. So it’s definitely not profitable for us, even with the aim of punishing the Sultan.
          Now, if all Russians, when buying tickets for vacation to Turkey, show photos of our fighters who died at the hands of the Turks or their accomplices, maybe they would have something stir in their head ...
          1. sibiryk 4 February 2020 13: 57 New
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            ... Now, if all Russians, when buying tickets for vacation to Turkey, show photographs of our fighters who died at the hands of the Turks or their accomplices, maybe they would have something stir in their head ...
            A huge plus for these words.
            1. polar fox 4 February 2020 14: 33 New
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              Quote: sibiryk
              A huge plus for these words.

              og.plusische.a those who are going to show, they will send you along a well-known route, because a trip to Turkey is cheaper than to Crimea (which, like ours). a friend flew to the Turks that year and paid nothing to anyone. "I couldn’t even gobble up everything" ... and yes, it’s not worth it to consider people morons, everyone considers both money and time.
              1. sibiryk 4 February 2020 15: 05 New
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                Your friend is a typical representative of the consumer society, what else to say. And yes, I don’t buy Turkish tomatoes after 2015 soldier
    3. fruit_cake 4 February 2020 12: 16 New
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      the agenda is changing quite quickly, a month ago everyone hated the Kurds, today they are ready to throw weapons at them
      1. Thrifty 4 February 2020 12: 31 New
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        It is necessary to drag the Turks into an exhausting civil war, and in this case all means are good! If you choose between Scylla (Kurds) and Harbida (Turks), you need to create conditions for Scylla and Harbid to continuously fight among themselves! A whole but weak Turkey is not dangerous for us.
        1. Zoomlion 4 February 2020 12: 57 New
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          Charybdis, by the way)
        2. Oquzyurd 4 February 2020 13: 28 New
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          Has the Armenian holiday arrived?
    4. demo 4 February 2020 12: 22 New
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      Create the illusion of creating Kurdistan.
      For in the event of a real development of events, the Kurds of Iraq, Syria, Iran will begin to gather in a handful.
      And who needs it?
      1. Sauron80 4 February 2020 12: 40 New
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        So this place is occupied by the Ami, they have been “helping the Kurds to create a state” for a year now.
        1. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 13: 06 New
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          Quote: Sauron80
          So this place is occupied by the Ami, they have been “helping the Kurds to create a state” for a year now.

          Gather the Kurds in a pile, I will scare you away.
          Kurds -40 million. Settled in Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Iran. Enough finance, organizationally everything is structured. But a couple of authorities are still not there. Which objectively impedes the creation of a national state. The second reason is the lack of territory. Now with this easier. Syria will not be restored to its former borders. Iran, Turkey, Iraq, of course, are interested in eliminating the potential hotbed of separatism in their territories. Therefore, the creation of Kurdistan de facto goes by leaps and bounds. There is a territory, people are ready for the state. But Turkey’s anti-Russian position is becoming incomprehensible. Moreover, the Russian Federation actively supported Erdogan during the coup attempt. And choosing Ukraine as friends, while quarreling with the United States and Russia, Turkey runs into rudeness. Or at least for problems related to the issue of armaments, sanctions, and trade. Well done .....
        2. demo 4 February 2020 14: 07 New
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          They do not believe.
          We have not started yet.
      2. Nyrobsky 4 February 2020 14: 53 New
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        Quote: demo
        Create the illusion of creating Kurdistan.
        For in the event of a real development of events, the Kurds of Iraq, Syria, Iran will begin to gather in a handful.
        And who needs it?

        This is necessary for the Kurds and the United States.
        Neither Turkey, nor Iraq, nor Syria, nor Iran are interested in this, and even this education is obscene to Russia. Here, some speak out in the sense that the Kurds should rush to help, absolutely not taking into account the fact that the Kurds made their choice in favor of the United States consciously and against Russia, despite the fact that it was loyal to the Kurds. One of the Kurdish leaders said -
        "Kurds are now the most dynamic force in the Middle East. They are fighting the most determined waythey are better organized. The US cannot ignore this. How can the US achieve its goals in the Middle East without the PKK? No Kurds? This does not work. How will Europe end its dependence on Russian gas without the Kurds? Oil and gas flows also pass to the Mediterranean Sea through Syrian Kurdistan. If this route is provided, Europe will again be able to breathe freely. "
        Those are still "friends." hi
  4. rotmistr60 4 February 2020 12: 01 New
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    Ankara supports extremists Jebhat al-Nusra
    You might think that our intelligence services are not aware of this. It is known with "names, passwords and appearances" who, when and how much, so sooner or later, but everyone will be rewarded according to his merits.
    information about the destruction by the Turks of 76 Syrian soldiers.
    This information still requires confirmation, as in various sources various figures. Erdogan also said that Turkey dealt an air strike on the Syrian army, but our Defense Ministry denied this information.
    1. Tzar 4 February 2020 12: 49 New
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      The Syrians generally officially announced only material damage from Turkish shelling, there were no casualties.
      In general, the situation would be strange: the Turks beat Syrians from the observation posts surrounded by Syrians, and these Syrians die in dozens and do not touch these same points in their rear ... So most likely these 76 died as well as 80 Americans killed by the Iranians during the shelling, solely to reassure their public.
  5. Gardamir 4 February 2020 12: 19 New
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    What are these "revelations" for? Turks supported militants before.
    1. Vladimir B. 4 February 2020 18: 08 New
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      Quote: Gardamir
      Turks supported militants before.

      they have always supported them and will continue to support them in order to achieve their ephemeral dream of a great Turkey.
  6. Roman070280 4 February 2020 12: 20 New
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    100 dollars about nothing, of course ..
    But if, in addition to this, they also feed .. it’s even more profitable than sitting at home in retirement, paying for housing, a communal apartment, clothes and food ..
    1. Vasyan1971 4 February 2020 13: 39 New
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      Quote: Roman070280
      it will even be more profitable

      Especially if they kill, then generally - Lafa,
    2. voyaka uh 4 February 2020 14: 53 New
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      There, the prisoners say strictly what they who dictate who captured them dictate to them. At both sides. They cannot be blamed - the torture of the Arabs is atrocious. But to trust the testimony of prisoners, too, is not particularly necessary.
      1. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 15: 41 New
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        Quote: voyaka uh
        There, the prisoners say strictly what they who dictate who captured them dictate to them. At both sides. They cannot be blamed - the torture of the Arabs is atrocious. But to trust the testimony of prisoners, too, is not particularly necessary.

        "Judge not according to their words, but according to their deeds." Erdogan’s visit to Ukraine is both word and deed. He clearly outlined Turkey’s position in Crimea, and concluded an agreement on financial and military assistance / cooperation with Ukraine. Positions controlled by the Assad regime, which is supported by Russia, are bombarded by the Turks. The testimonies of the prisoners, so small, inscribed smear on the finished canvas of the anti-Russian policy of Turkey. Of course, you can lead such a great-power, independent line, be Turkey a great power. But this is clearly not observed. Rather, we see the opposite: Ankara’s total dependence on external sources of weapons. With this behavior, Turkey will easily be squeezed into foreign markets. Classic example: tomatoes. As the saying goes: "all I can ....". Not

        it is clear what Erdogan is counting on, successively quarreling with Israel, the United States, and now with the Russian Federation. There are no allies, essentially nowhere.
        It’s just right to quote Pushkin: “Or did the demon return to you, or are you completely crazy”?
        1. voyaka uh 4 February 2020 15: 44 New
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          "It is not clear what Erdogan is counting on, successively quarreling with Israel, the United States, and now with the Russian Federation" ///
          ---
          Turkey "rose from its knees."
          It turns out that at the same time they quarrel with everyone with whom it is possible. recourse
          1. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 15: 52 New
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            Quote: voyaka uh
            "It is not clear what Erdogan is counting on, successively quarreling with Israel, the United States, and now with the Russian Federation" ///
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            Turkey "rose from its knees."
            It turns out that at the same time they quarrel with everyone with whom it is possible. recourse

            There are some Turkic spills right in the kamikaze. When Gd wants to punish someone, he robs his mind. Turkey’s behavior is irrational. Is bet on the Middle Kingdom? Yes, like signs are also not observed. And Beijing is such an ally neither to the Chinese village, nor to the Chinese city.
            1. voyaka uh 4 February 2020 15: 56 New
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              I explained: "Turkey rose from its knees" smile
              1. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 16: 01 New
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                Well, finally, I realized: Turkey has gotten off its knees!
  7. SanSanych Gusev 4 February 2020 12: 35 New
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    Nobody remembers the columns of oil carriers
  8. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 12: 55 New
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    These are the Turks from under the bed. I, under the influence of comments on VO, was convinced that Turkey is an ally of Russia. Against Zionism, the poisoned instrument of imperialism. And now neither water nor tomatoes can separate them. And it, there it is. In Kiev, Erdogan signed an agreement on military-financial cooperation. And Erdogan said such a thing about Crimea that it’s even scary to repeat it. And those who dared to repeat even went crazy. I don’t even know who to believe. Not otherwise, the machinations of the world behind the scenes again. Like with a coronovirus.
    1. Oquzyurd 4 February 2020 13: 47 New
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      If you draw info from one source, it’s not surprising that the same source will eventually create “I don’t know who to believe from” in order to reason correctly, you need to know 2-3 languages, have a lot of inform points, and create your own analyzes from the accumulated. And here, unfortunately, the majority of Russian-speakers know only their own and some with a stretch. But they take it upon themselves to talk about politics, about the war, they give advice, though it’s not clear to anyone) Some (not Russian, fluent in Russian), just provocateurs, posing as a great patriot of the Russian Federation, but actually serve as her native land in the interests of his tribe. It is beneficial for them that the Russian Federation and Turkey be enemies. Read the comments, they are easy to pinpoint.
      1. Dym71 4 February 2020 14: 13 New
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        Quote: Oquzyurd
        If you draw info from one source, it’s not surprising that the same source will eventually create “I don’t know who to believe from” in order to reason correctly, you need to know 2-3 languages, have a lot of inform points, and create your own analyzes from the accumulated. And here, unfortunately, the Russian-speaking in the majority know only their own and even some with a stretch.

        Well, it's not about Bukhalov. yes
  9. Strashila 4 February 2020 13: 27 New
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    "Shelling" of the territory worked out scheme in Turkey to cover terrorists.
  10. Vasyan1971 4 February 2020 13: 37 New
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    I repeat for the eleventh time: I do not believe the Turks!
  11. Bukhalov 4 February 2020 14: 46 New
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    Quote: Oquzyurd
    Has the Armenian holiday arrived?

    Follow Karen, call Karen! (N.V. Gogol. Oranging the tale "Viy")
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