Islam’s Caliph Erdogan Betrays The U.S. And Leaks Secret Locations of All U.S. Troops in Syria

By Walid Shoebat

It is highly unusual for a NATO ally to reveal details of a U.S. military deployment during active operations in a war zone, but this is exactly what happened when Turkey spilled the beans on the U.S. revealing all their military locations in Syria.

The United States is not carrying out the wishes of NATO ally Turkey, which claims that U.S. support for the Kurdish rebels is contrary to Turkey’s national security. The U.S. is also operating without the permission of the Assad regime in Syria.

But the latest display of Turkish anger at U.S. policy in Syria divulging secret locations of 10 U.S. military bases and outposts in northern Syria where the U.S. is leading an operation to destroy ISIS in Raqa has gone too far. The list published by the Anadolu news agency pin-points all U.S. presence from one end to the other of the Kurdish self-administration region—a distance of more than 200 miles. It included disclosing the types of U.S military operations housing artillery batteries with high maneuverability, multi-barrel rocket launchers, various mobile equipment for intelligence, and armored vehicles for general patrols and security. The Anadolu news agency even listed the number of U.S. troops in several locations and in two instances stipulated the presence of French special forces including the number of U.S. Special Forces troops stationed at two of the outposts.

In the meanwhile Turkey is turning more Islamist. Yesterday, reported that Hayrettin Karaman, Turkey’s main Fatwa giver, wrote an article for Yeni Safak headlined with “Shariah Will Rise Again”. In the article Karaman disclosed plans for “Compulsory [Islamic] religious education, Koranic courses, Arabic and Ottoman lessons, Islamiziation of all schools, sharia education and finally compulsory worship services in all schools”.

And today Turkish Education Minister İsmet Yılmaz followed order and declared that Turkish schools will now teach Jihad. You heard it right “teach Jihad warfare” to school kids. Yılmaz said: “Jihad is an element in our religion; it is in our religion… The duty of the Education Ministry is to teach every deserving concept correctly.”

The West is living a deception when it comes to Turkey. While western media admits that Turkey’s democracy under Erdogan is dying they, also trumpet that such “brutal crackdown can’t last”.

So lets consider some facts. Today Turkey’s definition of terrorism is written contrary to any dictionary; a friend of Turkey is considered “non-terrorist” while all who disagree with Turkey’s policies are identified as “terrorist”. So terrorism is now defined as “anyone who defies Erdogan”.

Think about this for a minute. To Erdogan the whole earth revolves around him and any opposition to this megalomaniac they are now ‘terrorist’. Terrorism is not defined when one blows up civilians but when one hurts Erdogan’s ego.

And just this weekend ceremonies marking the anniversary of 15 July in which Erdogan whipped up public support for punishing coup plotters with the death penalty and talked about “ripping the heads” off so-called traitors.

Yet the media is always hopeful that Erdogan’s iron-fist rule will soon come to an end. Media outlets got really excited when Turkey’s largest opposition party, the CHP, marched 280-mile walk from Ankara to Istanbul, calling it a “Justice March.”

Many even inflated the numbers where some claimed ‘one million’ marched to oppose Erdogan while others claimed ‘hundreds of thousands’ and others claimed it was ’40 thousand’. Reality was that the numbers were less than ten thousand. But when one views the pro-Erdogan July 15th rally it was nothing like anyone has seen, not even during Nazi Germany.

Over a decade ago the media thought that for Turkish democracy to flourish, there needed to be an emergence of a force strong enough to curb the power of the military. Erdoğan seemed, to western liberal observers, to be the answer.

And instead of pleasing the West, Erdoğan then initiated his non-secular policies in 2007 and in 2010, a constitutional referendum gave Erdoğan’s government more control over the judicial system. Since then we said that Erdogan is fulfilling Daniel and is changing “set laws” and prosecutors began prosecuting secular high-ranking officers in the military while Erdogan began to slowly change the constitution to extend his presidency permanently which spells out ‘Caliphate’.

And this idea is not far-fetched. In 2015 Abdurrahman Dilipak, a deep operative for the National Intelligence Organization (MİT), posing as a writer, stated in speech given to AKP members in Toronto, that by switching to an executive presidency from a parliamentary democracy, Mr. Erdoğan would assume the title of caliph.

And Erdoğan’s statements going back to 2014 he has aspired to become the next caliphate. A Caliph is a prophet ordained by Allah to provide just governance over all of Islam. The caliphate was abolished by the secularization of Turkey 99 years ago and one more year will commemorate a century with the Islamic world having no Caliph. Will Erdogan announce himself as Caliph next year remains to be seen.

Erdogan belongs to Naqshbandi order, a major Sunni Sufi order. In late October 2014 Erdoğan stated it was his “grand design to recreate the Ottoman caliphate with the help of the Sunni jihadist army.”

“Erdoğan used the image of the caliphate and traditional Islamic values to gain popularity in the Middle East, expecting to gain it all over the world,” observed Ali Vyacheslav Polosin, Deputy Director of the Fund for Support of Islamic Culture, Science and Education.

Mr. Polosin explained: “After Erdoğan became president he started positioning himself in image ads not only as the president of the Turkish Republic, but as a reader of the Quran, as though he radiates some nur, light. It is more an image of a caliph, a ruler of true believers, than the president of a republic, especially considering that Turkey has very great experience in this aspect. So the claims are not that groundless.”

At 94, Kadir Mısıroğlu, who has worked with Erdoğan since the 1980s, has been staunchly anti-secularist – his opinions dating back to the founder and first President of the Turkish Republic, Kemal Atatürk – claiming that Turkey’s incursions into Syria and Iraq will empower Mr. Erdoğan to resurrect the Ottoman Empire and declare the caliphate.

“In Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, other countries, the persona of Erdoğan is popular among Muslims and even ruling elites. That is why Turkey has its own game here,” opined Mujtaba Rahman, Europe practice head at Eurasia Group, and Julian Emanuel, in a Eurasia Risk 2015 analysis. A 2006 Gallup survey of Muslims living in Egypt, Morocco, Indonesia and Pakistan, two-thirds of respondents said they supported the goal of “unifying all Islamic countries” into a new caliphate.

While the media avoids to state the obvious, that the ’emperor has no clothes,’ pretty soon the whole world will recognize it when Erdogan puts on the Caliphate Diadem.

And this is exactly what Erdogan revealed when his victory was complete, the first thing Erdogan did was rush to the tomb of Selim I and unveiled the diadem (silk turban) which was positioned on the grave to signify the Ottoman resurrection from the dead.

This is very significant. Selim I was the tenth horn (king) with a diadem. Erdogan wants to proclaim that he is the rightful owner, being the eleventh and by this he proclaims to be the ruler of the seven regions (heads) of Turkey and by that fulfills John’s Revelation 13.




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  • Eric

    We must watch closely. Turkey’s betrayal of the U.S. isn’t surprising, and relations will only continue to deteriorate, as will Turkey’s relations with the rest of the West, bar Germany.

    Patience and a watchful eye. That is what we must have.

    • Doc

      I don’t remember the exact source, but several weeks ago I was reading a blogspot about how “Gog” is a common surname in Germany. That’s one of those little factoids that I just have to file away as interesting for now, but the blogspot claimed of course that because of that the Germans were the descendants of the Biblical Gog and that the Gog/Magog war would be their punishment.

      Just some trivia to keep an eye on in my opinion…

  • David G

    I have absolutely no doubt that Erdogan is going to become Caliph and the Caliphate restored by 2023. Along with the Caliphate will come Sharia and beheadings along with all of the other forms of torture devised by the Ottoman Empire. Brother Walid has not missed the mark yet in his predictions of what it to come.

  • DeusLoVult

    I look forward to hearing Washington’s statement on the matter soon.

    On a different note, Trump has terminated the CIA’s program to arm those moderate Syrian terrorists.

    • Thats good news. Trump is good on that one.

      • Generalissimo R M Chair

        It can be infuriating what a mixed bag his presidency has been so far! I suspect that most of it is due to the deep state meddling with his executive orders, including the one that explicitly stated that although a travel ban was being enacted upon several muslim nations, exceptions were to be made for persecuted peoples like Christians.

        President Donald J. Trump is only a single man – with executive power, yes, but even that is being attacked by every leftist judge in the country even as it is overcome with significant effort and diligence. I’m overall happy with the job he’s been doing; miles above and beyond what I actually expected him to get accomplished, and as starkly different from what would have happened under hillary as a slow, painful recovery from surgery is from a horrid death on the operating table.

        I thank God almighty for President Trump, flaws and virtues and all.

    • Kevin Nicholson

      “Pentagon chief spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement that “the president authorized the Department of Defense to equip Kurdish elements of the Syrian Democratic Forces as necessary to ensure a clear victory over ISIL in Raqqa, Syria.””

      Kurds = deep state speed bump?

      • DeusLoVult

        I read that. They’re not quite as bad, fortunately. Defunding these other groups is a good start. The deep state can’t be happy, and I’m sure they’re the ones pushing for Kurd armament.

        • Kevin Nicholson

          Damned Luciferian Freemasonry pipeline war:

          “And, in a further exacerbation, it turns out that more recently Amazon founder Jeff Bezos inked a $600 million deal with the CIA in 2014, shortly after Bezos purchased the Washington Post — the paper that published the original ‘Russian Hack’ narrative alleged by the CIA.”

          “For in much wisdom there is much sorrow; whoever increases knowledge increases grief.” Ecclesiastes 1:18

    • Kamau41

      “but it’s a signal to Putin that the administration wants to improve ties to Russia.”
      Trump made a very wise move here.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      BTW – I’m well, just a lot going on, a whole lot!

  • DantesRivers

    It does not take very much imagination to see the large Erdogan crowd in the video in the article becoming violent or organizing for war.

    Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan Bodyguards Assault Protesters In Washington D.C.

    • DantesRivers

      If you want to rule the world you display violence. “Is what we do”.

  • jmaggief

    Why doesn’t the pope declare the Catholic Church is the only place on earth where truth is taught and its head the Son of God will be returning to this planet to judge the living and the dead and being a part of any other religion will cause your doom?

  • Kamau41

    No suprise. Erdogan, the devil, continues to reveal his true colors even further.

  • The West will rue the day they invited Turkey to be a member-state of NATO when they are forced to realize they had been deceived by the mask Turkey wore to win the minds and hearts of the West.
    The West will divide over it with one side defecting to join the Russia’s sphere, the other side will join the German sphere, and the Atlantic partnership will forever change because of it.
    The education minister of Erdogan now wants to teach jihad to children. As stated yesterday to Anthony M., this is the janissaries all over again. Erdogan is betraying America’s interest (although I can’t complain because the American’s elite have their own deign for the Middle East, so this may turn out to be a good thing as it rip the veneer off).
    The only bad thing I can think of is how the Christians hiding out among refugee camps are going to be the one bearing the terrible cost when Erdogan’s ego continue to be bruised when they refuses to bow to the idol of gold and steel.

      • We should keep an eye on this cathedral in Spain.

        • Suddenly everything is making sense.

          Islam is reconquering lands lost to the Christians conquest after the fall of Ottoman.

        • Julie LaBrecque

          Does the fact that the Imam that proposed a building at Ground Zero to be named ‘Cordoba’ now have a HUGE meaning?

          • Definitely, definitely. Conquest is in Islam’s DNA but not only Islam. Viking were similar and folks want to revive the Nordic traditions.

          • It also troubles me secular Spanish would align with Muslims in arguing against the Church ownership of the cathedral in question.

        • AnthonyM

          It is an interesting article. The link didn’t work for me, but searching ncregister site I found the article “Spanish Cathedral Targeted for Reversing the Reconquista”.

          • Thanks for the heads up. I’ll try and fix it later.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      This may not seem proper to say, but let’s think of the implications of Turkey snitching on the US locations in Syria – in the long run, this may end up being the causation of the much-needed permanent rift between the US (and Nato) – so I say, Thanks.

  • lewjac3

    Let’s not forget turkeys refusal to let US troops deploy to iraq through their territory.

  • BC

    This is great news…we sure as heck don’t want to be allies.

  • magaforever

    Wow it will literally be official that he is the antichrist if he is the one to wear that fancy towel on his head

    • CTyank

      A fancy towel for the chief towelhead.

      • magaforever

        I cant wait to see it ripped off as we slaughter him and he goes into the pit

        • CTyank

          The Lords army at the battle of Armageddon. Perhaps we’ll meet there, Maga.

          • magaforever

            I hope so

  • Dick

    Forgive me Lord and hear my payers. May John McCain’s brain tumor speard to other like minded politicians across the world. May it be malignant & take out despotic individuals hell bent on destroying humanity. Mother Mary and Jesus Christ help me in fullfing my payers. Amen.

  • Dick

    McCain’s brain needs to turn into ketchup. Fed by a straw.

  • Dick

    It’s time for Sheapards & Princely men to step up. Bring on the ship’s of Chitham. Amen.

  • AnthonyM

    The huge size of the crowds is amazing, Erdogan has a many people supporting him.

  • Kevin Nicholson

    Ignorance = defeat and most likely hell:

    “always trying to learn but never able to reach a knowledge of the truth. Just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so they also oppose the truth—people of depraved mind, unqualified in the faith.”
    2 Timothy 3:7-8


    “The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For it is written:
    “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and the learning of the learned I will set aside.” 2 Timothy 3:7-8

    Where are you George? Christ is our wisdom….

  • I have been studying on and off about the Ottoman Empire thanks to many of the Shoebat’s research. However, I must caution against developing a tunnel vision on Islam as the sole evil because paganism is roaring back with a vengeance, seeking to devour many before Christ’s return.