The daughter of the Turkish President is allegedly heading a covert medical team to treat wounded ISIS militants who are fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The nurse, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution, disclosed that the secret military hospital, headed by Sümeyye Erdogan, is located in the southeastern Turkish city of Sanliurfa, according to a report by AWD news
Press TV report: The 34-year-old nurse revealed that the hospital provides extended medical care for the wounded Takfiri militants who are transferred from Syria.
The nurse further said she had worked at the hospital for seven weeks, adding, “Almost every day several khaki Turkish military trucks were bringing scores of severely injured, shaggy ISIL rebels to our secret hospital.”
“We had to prepare the operating rooms and help doctors in the following procedures,” she added.
“I was given a generous salary of $7,500, but they were unaware of my religion. The fact is that I adhere to the Alawi faith and since Erdogan took the helm of the country the system shows utter contempt for the Alawi minority,” the nurse added.
She implied that the Turkish government’s stance on her faith was the reason for leaving the hospital.
The nurse said that she had seen Erdogan’s daughter several times at the site of the hospital before her decision to leave the medical center.
The nurse also rued the day she joined the hospital and said she was now afraid of being arrested by the Turkish police and intelligence service.
Erdogan’s daughter has previously announced her intention to travel to the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is under the siege of the ISIL Takfiri group, to help militants in the city. Iraq has been beset by the acts of terrorism by the Takfiri group since in June 2014.
The government of Erdogan has been one of the main supporters of the terrorist groups fighting against the government of Assad since 2011, with reports saying that Ankara actively trains and arms the militants in Syria and facilitates the safe passage of terrorists into the country.
On June 12, Turkish newspaper Today’s Zaman also revealed that Ankara allows ISIL terrorists to freely walk in the streets of the Akcakale border district in Sanliurfa.