A picture tells a thousand words...
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UPDATE: Facebook has blocked the below photograph of a Turkish flag next to an ISIS banner in Syria. Unbelievable:
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We will spare our readers the laundry list of evidence linking Turkey to ISIS — that's what Google is for (aside from spying on you). Besides, sometimes pictures speak louder than words.
This photograph from Latakia certainly tells an interesting story:
Yes, that's the proud Turkish crescent next to an ISIS head-chopping flag. Could anything be more appropriate? (Ukrainian neo-Nazis posing with a NATO flag?)
NATO is the world's largest terrorist organization.
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