Turkish train carrying war tanks and weapons, delivered to ISIS

 
Turkish train carrying war tanks and weapons, delivered to ISIS
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49 Turkish citizens were taken hostage when ISIS took control of Mosul, Iraq, in June. They were released and arrived back in Turkey on September 20. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denied reports he made a financial deal with ISIS for their freedom, but conceded it was "a political, diplomatic bargain."

However, now it emerges that Turkey gave 49 war tanks and weapons to ISIS to fight the Kurds in Syria, and ISIS freed the 49 Turkish hostages.

Video shows a Turkish train carrying war tanks and weapons, delivered to ISIS in Tel Abyad , the place where ISIS is fighting Kurds in Syria right now.



Source: CNN

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