Friday, November 27, 2015

Turkish Convoy Allegedly Carrying Weapons To ISIS Bombed In Syria

Yesterday we brought you the news that Bilal Edrogan, the son of Turkey's President Recep Edrogan was the
war criminal'entrepreneur' behind the tanker convoys that have been transporting oil from well in areas controlled by Islamic State, to Turkey and moving millions of US dollars in the other direction to fund the terrorist group's war against civilized values.

Today's news looks even worse for the ordinary people of Europe as our leaders renew their committment to fast tracking Turkey's entry into the European Union.

A convoy of Turkish heavy trucks, which according to some reports was transporting weapons to terrorist organizations, has been hit by apparent airstrikes in northwestern Syria. It is not yet known whose aircraft were responsible for the attack.

Footage published online by Istanbul-based Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) shows plumes of smoke from the burning trucks and people running about in panic while stills show firefighters and IHH personnel trying to put out the burning trucks. At least 20 trucks were engulfed in flames.

IHH personnel help to fight fires after a convoy en route to Syria was bombed (Source: IHH Foundation

IHH said the mission was not organized by any of their group. No organization has yet claimed ownership of the convoy "Our teams helped to extinguish the fire... The trucks do not belong to us and there is no information on who bombed them," Mustafa Özbek, an official from İHH, told Reuters.

At least seven people were killed and 10 injured in the incident, according to the Turkish Anadolu agency. The trucks were reportedly heading to the town of Azaz in northwestern Syria.

Since news of the attack, which took place near Azaz in northern syria emerged, there has been frantic speculation about who was behind the air strike, what the vehicles were carrying, what the convoy’s 'humanitarian mission' was, or whether the purpose of the enterprise was to deliver a more sinister load.

One of the aid workers who survived the incident said the trucks had been deliberately targeted, Reuters reported.

The nature of the ‘humanitarian aid’ is also in question. Turkish media and the IHH say the trucks were transporting humanitarian aid to refugees in Azaz. However, the Turkish Cumhuriyet newspaper cited sources within the Syrian government claiming the convoy was delivering weapons to terrorist organizations.

The Hawar news agency reported that Turkey has repeatedly sent convoys with arms to the Al-Nusra Front and other terrorist organizations under the guise of humanitarian aid. In view of yesterday's report of the Edrogan dynaty's involvement with ISIS that looks a very credible claim.

Unconfirmed reports on Twitter went further and identified the arms as allegedly “Docka machine guns” and “small arms with ammunitions.”

In the wake of the recent downing of a Russian Air Force bomber over Syria by Turkish fighter jets, some reports suggested the Russians were “avenging” the pilot’s death. Many media outlets thought it was the work of Vladimir Putin. While it is beyond doubt that Putin will strike back in some way, these reports are based purely on speculation. They cannot be dismissed however.

Other sources have suggested the airstrikes were carried out by Syrians, without specifying whether it was members of the Syrian Army loyal to President Bashar Assad, or one of the various Syrian rebel groups. However none of the rebel groups have warplanes, so such suggestions can be dismissed. If Syrian war planes were involved they were Assad's.

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