Turkey Now On The Side Of ISIS? So Much For Our “ally”


by Allen West

Without a doubt Ferguson is dominating the current news cycle, but there are still other issues going on in the world for which we must remain focused and vigilant.

Yesterday we discussed the expansion of ISIS into Libya, a country which our own foreign policy is responsible for destabilizing. There is yet another very disconcerting action regarding ISIS which should cause concern.

As reported by The Hill, “The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) attacked the Syrian border town of Kobani from Turkey on Saturday, according to Kurdish officials and activists. According to local reports and officials, a suicide bomber drove to a border crossing between Kobani and Turkey and detonated an armored vehicle, the Associated Press reported. ISIS “used to attack the town from three sides,” Kurdish Democratic Union Party spokesman Nawaf Khalil told the AP. “Today, they are attacking from four sides.”

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