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Turkey appoints an ISIS emir in the Syrian opposition coalition

The Syrian Coalition includes one of the former ISIS emirs in its ranks.

Despite its attempts to de-terrorize it as it seeks to normalize its relations with several countries and rescue its collapsed economy, Erdogan’s regime reveals that it and terrorism are inseparable twins.

Following Erdogan’s alleged reform and expansion plan imposed by the Turkish regime on the Syrian opposition coalition, the executive phase came with the inclusion of 13 new members of the coalition, most notably a former leader of the terrorist group ISIS.

Who is the ISIS prince appointed by Turkey?

The terrorist Hussein Raad was a former emir in ISIS, where he worked under the name “Amir Al-Hisbah” in the city of Al-Shaddadi in the countryside of Hasaka Governorate, and then he was appointed as the “Amir of Al-Hisba” in Palmyra in the countryside of Homs Governorate, and subsequently he was appointed in the city of Mosul in Iraq and delegated to the Supreme Committee to ISIS.

Hussein Raad

Erdogan’s regime appointed him last Friday as a coalition member, according to local Syrian locations.

Why did Turkey choose an ISIS emir within the coalition?

ISIS terrorists have always been closely associated with Turkish intelligence, and previous investigative investigations by QLeaks revealed the extent of cooperation between ISIS and intelligence, particularly in the field of people and money smuggling on the Turkish-Syrian border.

According to private information obtained by QLeaks, the new member of the opposition coalition, Hussein Raad, has strong links with Turkish intelligence, and is the owner of the failed escape plan for ISIS prisoners from Ghweran prison in Hasaka earlier this year.


According to Raad’s history, the decision of the Turkish authorities to appoint him to the coalition reveals that the Turkish government is preparing a new plan related to the attempt to revive the terrorist organization again in Syria, taking advantage of the current state of tension in the northern regions of the country, and the organization’s reactivation in Iraq.

Because Raad has knowledge of the members of the organization inside Iraq because of his work with the organization in the former city of Mosul, Turkey placed him within the coalition to enable him to coordinate between ISIS elements in Iraq and the sleeping cells of the organization in Syria.

It is also worth noting that the great understanding between Turkish intelligence and ISIS was evident in several previous stages, including the issue of Suleiman Shah’s tomb, which remained intact without any damage, despite its presence in areas of conflict and clashes inside Syrian territory.

Although the terrorist organization did not have mercy on humans and stones in those areas before it was defeated, it did not touch the tomb of Suleiman Shah because of its symbolic importance to Turkey, as he is the grandfather of Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire.

When the Turkish soldiers entered Syria in 2015 in order to move the shrine to another less tense area, none fired a single shot because they were fully secured by ISIS.

Süleyman Shah’s tomb

Returning to the opposition coalition, it was formed in 2012 with the support of Turkey, and the Muslim Brotherhood dominated the majority of its members. It is currently suffering from a crisis of sharp decline in popularity, and its inability to provide anything under the current conditions in Syria, and the dominance of the Turkish decision on its members and decisions.

Information has recently spread about the Turkish authorities’ intention to abandon the coalition’s support in the near future if Erdogan continues his policy of normalization and selling the Brotherhood to achieve his interests.

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