On Monday, returning from a trip of several Asian countries – Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters that he believes Russian president Vladimir Putin has given up on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad after supporting him against anti-government militants for the last four years.
In response, Putin summoned Turkish ambassador in Moscow, Umit Yardom and in a two-hour closed-door meeting told the ambassador what he think of Erdogan and rest of his allies involved in preparing groundwork for WW III in the Middle East on behalf of Washington.
Putin condemned Ankara’s support for the insurgency in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen – funded and led by Saudi Arabia to counter rising Iranian influence in the region, which the US considers an ‘existential’ threat to the Zionist regime.
When Yardom defended his government’s actions, according to the Moscow Times, Putin lost his temper and told the ambassador: “Then tell your dictator president he can go to Hell along with his ISIS terrorists and I shall make Syria to nothing but a ‘Big Stalingrad’ for Erdogan and his Saudi allies are no vicious than Adolf Hitler.”
I bet, Putin will receive a condemnation from the World Organized Jewry for comparing Israel’s regional allies with the so-called “Jew-hating” Hitler. On November 21, 1922, the Jew York Times reported its joy at the rise of Adolf Hitler.
On Tuesday, Putin’s envoy for the Middle East and country’s deputy foreign minister Makhail Bogdanov held a meeting with Iranian deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in Tehran after which he told reporters that “Russia’s stance isn’t changeable according to circumstances, and we are committed to all agreements and statements, including the Geneva Communiqué issued in June 30, 2012.”
The so-called “Sunni Islamist terrorist group ISIS”, which was created by US-UK-Israel has lost it early steam in both Syria and Iraq. It is now being exported to other Muslim countries to demonize Muslims and divert world’s attention from Jewish occupation of Palestine since 1948.
According to former CIA contractor Steven Kelley ISIS was created by the US to make sure that no regional Muslim nations (Afghanistan, Yemen, Afghanistan, India, etc.) can stand up to the Zionist entity.
On August 4, 2015, Michael Kugelman at the Jewish news-commentary website, The National Interest, claimed that as result of Taliban leader Mullah Omar’s death, many Taliban would be joining ISIS fighting Taliban in Afghanistan. He also claim that ISIS has the least chances to get support in Bangladesh – because it’s a moderate, tolerant and democratic country.
Turkey has now joined the US airstrikes in Syrian Kurd areas in support of ISIS. Early this year, Iraqi resistance group shot-down an American helicopter which was carrying weapons for ISIS fighters in al-Bagdadi region.