Traces of ISIS in Cizre
Papers sealed by ISIS were found in a house that state forces used as a military quarter during their curfew attacks Cizre.
Papers sealed by ISIS were found in a house that state forces used as a military quarter during their curfew attacks Cizre. Currencies from several Arab countries were found in the district previously, and witnesses had stated that many participants of the curfew attacks were speaking in Arabic and Azeri.
M.E.Z., a former Ahrar Al-Sham administrator, had also claimed that nearly 750 jihadist gangs were brought to Turkey in order to fight in Northern Kurdistan. The AKP government failed to make a statement on this information.
PAPERS SEALED BY ISIS FOUND IN A HOUSE
Papers sealed by ISIS were found in a house that state forces used during their curfew attacks in the Cudi neighborhood of Cizre. State forces were asked to read the prayer on these papers 52 times a day, and the prayer ends with the phrase ‘We will bring true Islam to these lands.’ Two ISIS seals can be found at the bottom of this hand-written document, and these papers support the claims that the Turkish state used jihadist gangs brought from Syria in its attacks in North Kurdistan.
CURRENCIES FROM 4 COUNTRIES HAD ALSO BEEN FOUND
Currencies from 4 countries including Saudi Arabia had also been found in the houses that state forces used as military quarters during their genocidal attacks in Cizre that lasted 79 days.