Report: Suspected Islamic State member being treated in Turkish hospital

September 22, 2014 21:43

Turkey’s Today’s Zaman newspaper reported on Monday that suspected Islamic State member Ammar Alo is being treated in the country’s Mehmet Akif Inan State Hospital.

Alo was reportedly taken to a private hospital before he was moved on Monday morning to the state hospital in critical condition.Turkey strongly denies it has given any form of support to the Islamist terrorists, but Western countries say its open borders during Syria’s three year’s of civil war allowed Islamic State and other radical groups to grow in power

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