- by Michael Rubin
- Washington Examiner
Interviews with a captured Islamic State prisoner, however, make clear that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s terror complicity is worse than many imagined, and not just because his son-in-law was dealing in Islamic State oil.
Consider this piece from Homeland Security Today based on prison interviews with Abu Mansour al Maghrebi, the Islamic State’s liaison with Turkey’s intelligence service:
‘My job was to direct operatives to receive the foreign fighters in Turkey,’ Abu Mansour explains, referring to the…