Jihadist Explains How Syrian Gangs Operate From Turkish Base In Reyhanlı

“Muhammed Beshir, an Algerian jihadist who was captured by Efrin public security members (Asayiş) as he attempted to travel to Bab in the area of Idlib, has revealed startling information about the role of Turkey is continuing to play in aiding foreign jihadists entry into Syria.”

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(ANF/SEYİT EVRAN/EFRİN) Muhammed Beshir, an Algerian jihadist who was captured by Efrin public security  members (Asayiş) as he attempted to travel to Bab in the area of Idlib, has revealed startling information about the role of Turkey is continuing to play in aiding foreign jihadists entry into Syria.

Muhammed Beshir was born in 1982 in the Algerian city of Vaharan. He migrated to Europe in 2005. After four years in Germany, France, and Spain he was deported back to Algeria. In 2013 in the wake of the uprisings in Syria Beshir met a Syrian in Vaharan who was working as a confectioner.

A short time after meeting this Syrian, Beshir explains that he was convinced to take part in the revolution in Syria with the promise of heaven, saying “after returning from Europe I went to my home town to live. After the events began in Syria people…

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