donderdag 23 juli 2015
Turkish leader's daughter heads secret ISIS hospital
A former nurse has revealed she was employed at a secret Turkish hospital used to treat wounded ISIS soldiers near the Syrian border, run by Sumeyye Erdogan, daughter of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The nurse, who did not reveal her name for fear of retaliation, is a member of the Alawite faith, a minority offshoot of Shia Islam, according to an investigative report released by the Montreal-based Center for Research on Globalization.
“I was given a generous salary of $7,500, but they were unaware of my religion,” she told investigators. “The fact is that I adhere to the Alawi faith, and since Erdogan took the helm of the country the system shows utter contempt for the Alawi minority,” the nurse added.
She said she was forced out of her position because hospital officials began treating her unfairly when they learned she was a member of the minority sect.
They had no confidence in Alawites, the nurse said.
“No sooner did they become cognizant of my faith than the wave of intimidation began, for I knew many things as who was running the corps, I saw Sumeyye Erdogan frequently at our headquarter in Sanliurfa … I am indeed terrified, I rue the day I enrolled in that program.”
She now lives in hiding in Istanbul with her two children.
“Almost every day several khaki Turkish military trucks were bringing scores of severely injured, shaggy [ISIS] rebels to our secret hospital, and we had to prepare the operating rooms and help doctors in the following procedures.”
Hers is just the latest charge that the Erdogan government is secretly assisting ISIS in its war against Syria’s Assad regime, a charge the administration has repeatedly denied.
Artikel via http://www.wnd.com/