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PostSubject: Turkish security forces arrest a leading Iraqi leader and three others   Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:26 pm

Turkish security forces arrest a leading Iraqi leader and three others

Thursday, November 9,

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Turkish newspaper, Thursday, the arrest of Turkish security leader "dangerous" in the organization, "Daash" Iraqi nationalism, along with three other people.

"The Turkish security forces arrested the Iraqi Abdul Khaliq Abdul Qadir Ali, who belongs to the organization of the terrorist and three other people,"

The newspaper said, "The social networking sites have circulated earlier footage showing the execution of Abdul Khaleq Abdul Kader Ali to his brother because of his opposition to the organization of a preacher. "

The newspaper quoted security sources as saying that "the police teams launched a security campaign after receiving information according to the entry of the Iraqi Abdul Qadir Ali, who executed his brother political dissident Abdul Qader Abdul Rahman shot in the head in accordance with the instructions of the terrorist organization on social networking sites."

The newspaper pointed out that "the Turkish authorities accused Abdelkader of promoting the terrorist organization in Turkey illegally, and entering the city of Kayseri with the help of smugglers," indicating that "the police forces also arrested Yusuf M. Sabri K. and Mohammed K. who were in contact with the accused" .

She pointed out that "the security services continue their investigations with the suspects in the anti-terrorism unit of the Directorate of City Security."

The US research center, "Sufan", published earlier statistics indicate that the return of at least 5 thousand and 600 fighters from the organization calling the terrorist to their countries, coming from Syria and Iraq, after the defeats suffered by the organization in Mosul and Raqqa.

According to the research center, Turkey tops the list of destinations returned by 900 members of the organization. To Turkey, on suspicion of belonging to al-Qaeda or a sympathetic, useful that about 900 Turks returned to their country without any obstacles, and that these statistics issued by the Turkish Foreign Ministry.

The report mentioned the nationalities of fighters from 33 countries. Turkey ranked seventh among the most countries with its citizens in the ranks of the organization, while Russia topped the list, followed by several Arab countries. The report pointed out that 850 English went from Britain to the areas of conflict and only half of them.

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