Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ
25th November, 2015
The daughter of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the owner of a "secret" military hospital, in which members of the terrorist organization ISIS, are treated, a group prohibited in Russia. One of the employees of the hospital, on condition of anonymity, told the independent research and information organization Global Research that Sumeyye Erdogan's name belongs to a military hospital, situated on the South-East of the country, in the province of Sanliurfa.
34 years old, the woman helped care for wounded terrorists from ISIS in the hospital , who are brought there from Syria. The whistleblower has worked in the medical facility for seven weeks. According to her, every day in the hospital Turkish military trucks that were delivering the wounded fighters arrived . "We had to prepare operating and to help doctors in certain procedures," says the woman. According to her, she got $ 7,500 for a month of work in the hospital.
However, belonging to the Alawite religious group has led to serious internal feelings about the rightness of her actions. The Islamists are extremely hostile to the alawites, who, in matters of doctrine, do not adhere to the Orthodox positions. It is, in the opinion of takfirists, a sufficient reason for the deprivation of their life. According to already former employee of a secret military hospital, she was not able to accept the fact that the Erdogan regime provides refuge to these thugs. In the end, she decided to stop working at this medical center. Interestingly, the employee several times saw Sumeyye Erdogan herself on hospital grounds. Previously, the daughter of Erdogan had expressed her intention to travel to the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is under siege by takfirists from ISIS. The 34-year-old woman is very sorry about her decision to start working at the center. On the question of if she feared to be arrested by the Turkish police or the secret services, she replied in the negative.
Since 2011, the government of Erdogan is one of the main sponsors of various armed groups opposing the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. After the proclamation of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi "Caliphate" a year ago, reports of news agencies have published far more reports about how the militants are undergoing military training in Turkey. On June 12, the Turkish newspaper Today's Zaman, occupying a Pro-gülenist position, published an article that claimed that takfiri's from ISIS quietly move along the streets of the city Akçakale, located in the border with Syria in the province of Sanliurfa.