The German state television ARD, through a report issued earlier, said that there are camps for Daesh terrorist organization in the city Gazi Entap on the Syrian border in the south of Turkey.
The report added that a group of terrorist elements belonging to Daesh are trained in that region; to be transferred to Syria and Iraq, pointing out that Turkey is the largest terrorist market for drowsy.
German Television Report
The German television report also noted that “since 2014, a large number of the wounded elements belonging to the terrorist organization are being transported for treatment in hospitals in Turkey, after returning from Syria, because there is no control over the Turkish border”.
The report added that “Daesh organization has an informal office located in the city of Istanbul, Turkey, and this office is to support and supply the terrorist organization in Syria and Iraq, in addition to the recruitment of foreign elements from Turkey, for the organization, for $400 per person”.
Nearly 2,000 young people of different European nationalities joined the terrorist organization during the last months of 2017, following their arrival in Turkey, particularly the Mediterranean city of Antalya, on the pretext of tourism.
Training Daesh elements in Turkey
To confirm the above, the Turkish blogger known as “Fouad Awni” published on his Twitter account on June 30, 2016, revealing the existence of training camps in Turkey.
Awni said: “Daesh has training camps in Turkey. One of them is located on a farm belonging to a Turkish businessman and the former president of the Kunst party, Jim Ozan. The farm was taken over by the Turkish government. It is located in Pamuk Ufa, In addition to the camps in Qena, Uludag, Polo, Tekirdag and Adrana, all of which are Turkish cities.”
The Turkish blogger said that “the Association of Youth and Drug Control in the area of Fateh in Istanbul, which is supposed to have been established for the rehabilitation of young addicted people, send elements to Daesh.
He pointed out that “the mayors of the ruling AK Party in Ankara, are sending food, clothing and all the necessities of life, to the camps where training is being conducted in the cities of Ghazi and Kayseri.”
He continued that an association known as descendants of the Ottomans is one of the most important Turkish associations that secure Daesh elements, whether from inside Turkey or from abroad».