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European has exported thousands of Daesh and PKK terrorists, according to released stats

EUROPEAN HAS EXPORTED THOUSANDS OF DAESH AND PKK TERRORISTS, ACCORDING TO RELEASED STATS

According to a news published by Yeni Şafak daily, Germany comes atop the list of European countries harboring PKK and Daesh militants sent to Turkey and Iraq since the 90’s, in addition to 25% of foreign Daesh terrorists being European passport holders.

Europe has exported over 7,000 of its citizens who fought among the ranks of Daesh and PKK terrorists in Iraq and Syria since the war started, according to newly released stats.

With 14,000 PKK terrorists currently residing in Turkey, Germany comes atop the list of European countries harboring militants sent to Turkey and Iraq since the 90's, in addition to 25% of foreign Daesh terrorists being European passport holders.

By labeling PKK terrorists as 'activists', Germany and Belgium granted legitimacy and legal entry to the terror organization to operate in Europe.

'THEY SET UP A BASE IN GAZIANTEP'
During the years 2013- 2016, Western intelligence agencies set up a base in a luxury hotel in Gaziantep, where they helped guide Western fighters who came from Europe to the southern Turkish cities of Antalya and Adana to enter Syria through the border town of Ali Mantar.

The majority of these Western intermediaries left the region in the aftermath of the Euphrates Shield Operation, which cleared Syria's northern border regions from Daesh.

Former NATO Secretary General Ander Fogh Rasmussen once stated that "terrorists dying away from home (Europe) is not a bad choice for us," noting that radical organizations themselves were the source of threat.

'SUPPORT FOR DAESH FROM WESTERN INTELLIGENCE'
Support was also provided by Western intelligence agencies to terrorists prior to the July 15 failed coup attempt as Turkey was struck by over 20 terror attacks carried out by Daesh and PKK terrorists.

It is claimed that Belgian and German intelligence services provided support to terrorists during the Istanbul Airport attack and the Şanlıurfa massacre respectively.

Europe has kept up its support for PKK/PYD terrorists by sending militants, along with logistical and financial support. The majority of European terrorists cross to Syria and Iraq by posing as aid workers in several foundations, such as the Spring Foundation, Baytna Syria and Tayyar al-Waad.

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