Turkish Al-Qaeda leader escaped crackdown in Turkey and moved to Syria to recruit more terrorists
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The Swedish “Nordic Monitor” website has revealed new facts about the strong alliance between the Turkish regime, led by Recep Tayyib Erdogan, and the terrorist organizations in Syria.
The website explained how Erdogan’s regime provided all forms of support for terrorists in order to serve its own agenda that aims at destabilizing the region’s countries.
According to the website, the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan quashed a criminal investigation into a Turkish Al-Qaeda leader, called Musa Abu Jafar, who moved to Syria’s Idlib province with the purpose of recruiting more terrorists within the ranks of Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State to fight against the Syrian government , sending many of these terrorists to Iraq and Libya.
Musa Abu Jafar had worked in various countries from Pakistan to Egypt and he was embedded with al-Qaeda cells.
Source: Syria Times