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No Difference between ISIS and FSA or Al-Nusra

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in response to reader comment: Turkey Furtively Helps ISIS

Submitted by Sedat Cetiner (Germany), Sep 25, 2014 at 10:21

Turkey has helped and still helping ISIS, there are lots of evidences confirming this situation.

But since 2011 USA is helping FSA, Al-Nusra, Islamic Front and similar jihadist groups in Syria over Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Jordan and all these groups are doing the same crime as ISIS does. And that is why Turkey's border with Syria is porous.

We do not need to blame on each other since we all have the blood of innocent Syrians at our hands.

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