BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:20 P.M.) – The Turkish Islamic State member that was filmed burning two Turkish soldiers alive in Syria this year was reportedly imprisoned in Turkey in 2012 and 2015, Dogan News Agency claimed on Saturday.

Hasan Aydin, the Islamic State terrorist in the execution video, was pictured by local journalists during his arrest by the Turkish authorities in 2012

Hasan Aydin in the custody of the Turkish police in 2012.
Aydin preparing to execute his Turkish prisoners.

Aydin was reportedly a known Islamic State terrorist, but was still released by the Turkish authorities in both 2012 and 2015.

According to the Dogan News Agency, Aydin disappeared in May 2015 and was later discovered to have joined the Islamic State in Menbeij, Aleppo.

Aydin is still at-large and his whereabouts are still unknown, despite the cooperation of his family in Turkey.

 

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Vangelis Kotsios
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ISIS will next attack big moschees and peacedrivin imams in turkey.
the jihadists will try to occupy some turkish cities with TURKISH IS-members.
But turkey doesn’t understand the threat.. ’til is maybe too late..

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The Weimar Republik funded extremists to f**k up worker’s party, we’ve seen the results. Reagan had another awesome idea, he funded Muslim Brotherhood guys to f**k up the soviet help in Afghanistan, it backfired and in both cases, they’re still doing s**t even now and even became allies. Golum did the same idiocy.
Tho whom Jupiter is willing to lose, he makes them crazy first…

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“Weimarer Republik” is an informal name for the political situation in the German leftover Republic from the former German Empire after WW I. So who funded whom? There was a small scale internal war between nationalist and communist forces and in between groups. It was fought with military grade weapons and several times communist groups funded from Soviet Russia took over gouvernment positions. There werde right wing informal army corps holding against this influence and against Nationalist neighbors. And there emerged another workers party, not right wing but leftist and nationalist – as the name says. So considering your extremely… Read more »

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Turquía armó y entrenó mercenarios para derrocar a Assad y muchos de ellos fueron a parar a ISIS y ahora obtiene la cosecha de lo que sembró.

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This news site is a joke. It was clarified weeks ago that the burning was a fake. The first indication came after is was revealed that the film was edited heavily. The funerals of the 2 missing soldiers took place and they were not these two. One of the supposed Turkish soldiers was an Turkish isis member, the other one probably so. This is all part of a silly propaganda loop to raise objection by the Turkish public to intervention.. In fact all of Isis news is propaganda, didn’t you know?