As ISIS continues to incrementally behead American and British hostages on YouTube, it has released 49 Turkish hostages just two days after both houses of the U.S. Congress voted to arm Syria’s rebels. This could be significant because Turkey has formally expressed reticence to join the U.S. in fighting ISIS in Iraq out of concern for the safety of these 49 hostages who were possibly never in any real danger.
As Shoebat.com accurately declared, the hostage crisis was really a hostage ploy.
Consider two questions:
1.) Why would ISIS release these hostages after the U.S. Congress voted to authorize arming the ‘moderate’ rebels in Syria to fight… ISIS?
2.) Why would ISIS intentionally surrender its 49 alleged bargaining chips back to Turkey, which is now expected to align with the U.S. to fight… ISIS?
Shoebat.com accurately diagnosed the kidnappings were but a ruse. Here is what Walid wrote shortly after the hostages were taken on June 10th:
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the U.S. of the risks of launching air strikes against the ISIS in Iraq claiming concern about the fate of dozens of Turkish citizens captured last week by the ISIS. But all this is a ruse; Turkey cares less about the dozens of captured Turkish citizens when it was Turkey who aided the ISIS in the first place.
The whole fiasco is a master plan with Turkey working alongside Iran to divide the region.
Another example has to do with the leaked audio recordings which show Turkey’s leaders involved in a plan to collaborate with ISIS to destroy a revered Turkish tomb / shrine in Syria in order to ignite war against Assad.
Still another example involves last year’s August 21st chemical attack in Syria. Evidence is mountainous that Turkey was behind it. In fact, there is far more evidence that the rebels launched that attack than there is Assad did. The objective would have been the same – an attempt to generate international opposition to Assad, just like the destruction of the aforementioned tomb was designed to do.
Back to what Walid wrote in the days after the Turkish hostages were taken by ISIS. It’s very important to note that the hostages were taken in Mosul, Iraq on June 10th, the very day that Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani visited with Turkey’s leaders in Ankara.
Iran’s visit to Turkey during June 9-10 was all about deceit while dubbing it as “boosting economic ties” which was simply a cover. When ISIS raided Turkey’s Mosul consulate and took 49 hostages, including the consul general, it was not only a plan to push Ankara and Tehran closer politically, but it mimics the similar concocted plan that was exposed when Erdoğan’s government was planning a false flag attack to be executed by the ISIS against the tomb of Suleiman Shah in Syria as to justify the intervention of the Turkish army in Syria, therefore making an excuse to invade Syria.
The release of the Turkish Consul General Ozturk Yilmaz – who was among the 49 hostages – also provides some additionally macabre irony. As American hostages are being beheaded by ISIS while Turkish hostages are freed, there is similar disparate treatment when it comes to that received by American and Turkish diplomats.
On September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, another Turkish Consul General by the name of Ali Sait Akin left the U.S. Special Mission Compound approximately one hour before it was attacked. It’s been widely accepted that the Compound was used as a hub for trafficking weapons out of Benghazi and on to Syria.
No harm came to Akin but Islamic terrorists ended the lives of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in that attack.