By Theodore Shoebat
The Russian government is revealing that Turkey is purposefully sending Muslim terrorists into traditionally Christian countries like Ukraine and Georgia. Turkey and numerous other powerful and wealthy countries are backing the Islamic agenda. What no one is bringing up is the fact that the very countries that are advancing the homosexual religion throughout the world are the very countries that are also supporting Islamic terrorists. Very evil people are ruling these countries (including the US) and they are working very hard to uproot and destroy Christian civilization. I did a whole video on this:
According to a report:
Russian citizens detained in Turkey on suspicion of terror-linked activities are usually deported to third countries, thus escaping prosecution, says Russia’s ambassador to Ankara. None of them have ever been charged in Turkey.
Turkey remains one of the main channels of foreign fighters’ transit to territory under Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL) control, Andrey Karlov, Russian ambassador to Turkey, told RIA Novosti.
Yet cooperation between Moscow and Ankara on terrorism issues leaves much to be desired, the diplomat acknowledged.
Turkey does not report to the Russian embassy when people with Russian passports are captured while trying to join IS. The Russian embassy often learns about such facts from media reports.
Yet Karlov sees no reason not to believe the stats voiced by Turkish Minister of the Interior Efkan Ala, who reported that in 2015 there were 2,783 foreign citizens from 89 countries detained in Turkey, of them about 100 were Russian citizens.
The real problem is that “very often” Turkish authorities deport Russian citizens suspected of terrorist activities to third countries, with which Moscow has strained relations (Ukraine) or has no diplomatic contacts at all (Georgia).
“If a person suspected of having links to Islamic State is deported to such countries, our chances to arrest them come to naught,” Karlov said.
The Turkish side maintains that deportation to third countries is exercised “on the suspects’ request.”
“I believe that if an IS suspect does not want to return to Russia, that serves additional confirmation he does have links to IS or wanted to join it,” Karlov said, stressing he knows of no instance when a Russian citizen was arrested or served a prison term in Turkey on terrorism charges.