President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in New York to attend the 74th session of UN General Assembly. In New York streets, trucks are rolling to name and shame Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who aided and abetted armed jihadist groups in Syria.
It’s Erdogan’s commitment to global jihad, and specifically, to ISIS terrorists. Since 2012, the Turkish intelligence service, MIT, under Erdogan’s direction, has been providing resources and material assistance to ISIS, while Turkish Customs officials turned a blind eye to ISIS recruits flowing across Turkey’s borders into Syria and Iraq.
The evidence of Erdogan’s direct, personal and institutional support for ISIS and related jihadis groups is so extensive, the wonder is why the American media is not paying more attention to it.
This week a new group, the Turkey-ISIS Research Project, is sponsoring bus-billboards to roam the Big Apple. The message is clear: “Erdogan, the Godfather of Jihadist Terrorists, is Not Welcome in the United States.”