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In an attempt to obscure its support for terrorism, the Turkish authorities keen to promote false efforts to prosecute ISIS leaders, weeks after the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

A senior US official said Turkey had offered no assistance in reaching Baghdadi, who was hiding close to Turkish troops, in a sign that Turkish efforts to combat the terrorist organization were not serious, said Brett McGurk, a former US envoy. For the anti-IS coalition, the US administration has chosen to launch its raid against Baghdadi from Iraq, which is hundreds of miles away from Turkey, a NATO ally separated from Syria only by a border line.

“Globalist report called on US President Donald Trump to call on Erdogan to take tougher action against jihadist networks in the region, not just ISIS leaders, and also to hold the Turkish administration responsible for the war crimes it committed against civilians in Syria in the Turkish aggression on northern Syria”

Things have become more complicated for Turkish President Erdogan. In the fight against terrorism and even supportive of it.

According to the American newspaper, Erdogan recognizes that the accusations of negligence and collusion put him in a difficult position.

In an attempt to respond to accusations of negligence and collusion with terrorists, Erdogan announced his alleged “success stories” for three consecutive days, saying that Baghdadi’s wife, sister and daughter were detained by Turkey, as well as Turkey’s detention of five ISIS leaders, including the ISI intelligence chief.

The Globalist report called on US President Donald Trump to call on Erdogan to take tougher action against jihadist networks in the region, not just ISIS leaders, and also to hold the Turkish administration responsible for the war crimes it committed against civilians in Syria in the Turkish aggression on northern Syria.

Read also: Does Turkey get what Erdogan wants?

Robert Frank
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Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

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