“We were trained in Turkey since the ISIL leaders thought that it is a safe place because training forces in Syria, given the airstrikes, was difficult,” Abdolrahman Abdolhadi said.
Referring to the media reports that the ISIL terrorists have been trained in the FSA’s camps, he said, “All our trainers were ISIL members who had come to Turkey to find a job, but they immediately joined the ISIL.”
Abdolhadi said that he was tasked with helping the ISIL members to come to Syria and receive training in Turkey, adding that the ISIL elements were sent to Sanliurfa in Turkey and then to Raqqa in Syria to then join ISIL cells in different parts of the Arab country.
Also in November, another terrorist confessed to a Turkish newspaper that the weapons come from Turkey to Syria and that the training courses are held Turkey’s soil.
In a report published on Yurt Newspaper, terrorist “M T” said that the materials which are stolen by the terrorists are being smuggled mostly to Turkey, adding that the terrorists were cultivating and trafficking drugs in their camps before removing their activities into areas which are under their control in Syria.
The terrorist, who was a member of one of the “Turkmen Brigades”, said that the weapons are being smuggled to the terrorists in Syria in various ways, sometimes in ambulances, adding that he himself examined an ambulance which was loaded with weapons, rockets and explosives, adding that all of them were US made.
He added that Turkey had set camps for those terrorists before the events of Jisr al-Shoughour even took place, adding that the majority of the trainees were of non-Syrian nationalities, mainly Turkmen and Chechens.
He said that “Haytham Tubali” is a dangerous gunman with connections to the Turkish government, adding that he is bringing terrorists from all the world’s corners to the Syrian-Turkish lands.
“He can bring you a tank to the Syrian-Turkish lands, with its key in it”, he said.