Some Turkish and Syrian publications accused the family of Turkish President Erdogan of supporting terrorists.
The son of the Turkish president, Bilal, owns an oil company that buys fuel from shadow markets, via illegal channels. His daughter, Syumiyya, reportedly owns a military hospital in the southeast of Turkey, where extremists receive medical treatment.
According to Sputnik, Bilal Erdogan started his business career in 2006, when he returned to Turkey from the US, where he had received education. He also worked as an intern at the World Bank. Erdogan Jr. owns several shipping companies, the stocks of which declined after the Russian Air Force destroyed several oil bases and deposits that ISIS terrorists had under control in Syria.
Thus, it appears that the followers of the Islamic State can easily cross the Turkish border, whereas the Turkish leadership is doing nothing against it.
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