The Democratic Self-Administration of Rojava
Foreign Relations Commisssion
ISIS and Turkey File
It is not a secret to any observer the relationship between Turkey's ruling Justice and Development
Party (AKP) with all the armed groups in northern Syria. It began in Ras Alain and did not end in Afrin.
The AKP’s arguments revolve around changing the Syrian regime, bringing democracy to Syria,
protecting Christians and Sunnis and unifying the country. These arguments have proven to be mere
pretexts used by the AKP to intervene in Syria. The only goal of the AKP is to fight any democratic
project for the future of Syria. To achieve this, the AKP has co-operated with the so-called Islamic State
(Daesh) through providing training, supplying arms and facilitating the crossing of Daesh fighters to
Syria through its borders.
Here are some compelling evidence for this cooperation through documents and confessions obtained
by the People’s Protection Units (YPG) throughout their operations in Rojava – north Syria.
A Turkish ID belongs to a person named Muslim Khalil Toprak from Sanliurfa, a city on the Turkish
border. It was found by the YPG.
Turkish IDs - all from Sanliurfa.
Turkish ID card for a person named Mihemed Mistefa Cheftachi from Sanliurfa.
Turkish ID and credit cards for a person named Ahmet Furat from Ceylanpinar in Turkey.
Another Turkish ID for a person named Mahmood Izat Shaheen from Konya in Turkey.
Turkish driving license named Hamdi Shimshek in Konya.
Turkish travel card for a person named Beko Huseyin Beko from Aleppo.
Turkish ID and driving license for a person named Yavuz Farasoglu.
Turkish IDs for foreigners.
Turkish and foreign credit cards.
Turkish and foreign Licenses, ID's and credit cards.
A Turkish soldier’s notebook belonging to a person named Ahmet Kepkci.
The following cards and documents belong to Khoiruddin Ritonga from Indonesia.