ISIS Opens a Consulate in Turkey
It has been reported that the fundamentalist terror organization ISIS has very recently opened a consulate in Ankara, Turkey.
The terror organization the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has reportedly opened an embassy in the Turkish capital Ankara and started to issue visas to those who want to join the jihadist fight in Iraq.
The Turkish ruling AKP government has apparently provided great conveniences to the terrorist organization during negotiations to secure the return of 49 Turkish diplomats who were kidnapped in the Turkish Consulate of Mosul by ISIS terrorists.
The website, which appears to be belong to the consulate, indicates that visa applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and the official address is stated in Çankaya district of Ankara.
It is also claimed on the website that those who get injured during a war deserves treatment, no matter at which side they are.
“Our army continues with its operation to clean out Kobani district of Iraq. 471 terrorists were killed and unfortunately there were children among them,” writes the alleged website of ISIS.