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Confirmed President Fuad Masum, yesterday, that there are sleeper cells to regulate Daash working silently in the Western and Arab countries.
Masum said, during a joint press conference with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, where he arrived yesterday, "The organization Daash far from religion," adding that "there is a regulation sleeper cells operate silently in a number of Western and Arab countries." He praised the President of the Turkish stance towards Iraq, saying, "We thank Turkey for its role in helping Iraq's humanitarian and military."
For his part, condemned Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, acting organization "Daash" in Syria, Iraq, calling it "virus" devastating among Muslims. "The Daash virus is designed to divide and destroy the nation," Islamist.
Turkey was again in the past months criticized for its failure to engage enough in the fight against the jihadists who control large areas in Syria and Iraq along its southern border.
The Turkish president, "it is necessary to formulate an international strategy to eliminate this trend. Even if we were able to destroy Daash then there would be another group with another name. " "It's where it comes from his weapons and resources? We have to focus on that." Turkish regime has faced several times accused of backing groups most militant opposition to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Amid criticism of its Western allies pressured Turkey recently tightened control of its borders in an effort to curb the flow of foreign fighters, particularly the Europeans who join the ranks of jihadists from its territory.
He said Turkish Foreign Minister born Chaouch Ihsanoglu, on Tuesday, in a visit to the United States said his country placed on its list of people who are barred from entering its territory. They are suspected of 12,800 people in their quest to join the organization Daash.
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