'Turkey takes Islamic religion as cover for war crimes in Syria

 The Head of the Shura Council of Endowments in Kobani considered that "The Turkish government and terrorist factions operating under its order use the Islamic religion as a means to stay in ruling system in Turkey, legitimizing massacres, Turkish displacement and looting in northern and eastern Syria,"

In its aggression against the north and east of Syria, the Turkish government takes the Islamic religion as a cover to hide the population displacement and massacres of Syrians. It uses the mercenaries of ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra who have spread the corruption, killed civilians and pushed them out in the name of the Islamic religion.

Islamic scholars condemn Turkey's use of Islam as a cover to carry out its plans in the region and to commit war crimes against humanity.   "Erdogan and his gangs use Islam as a tool of worship, but to worship the government and the presidency without a doubt, not to worship God," said Sheikh Mahmoud Uthman, the Head of the Shura Council of Endowments in Kobani canton.

"Turkey and its mercenaries see theft operations, beheading and killing of children as Islamic and permissible laws as they claim and this is not true. This religion is based on brotherhood, tolerance and love," he said. They misrepresent the Quran and its content in the service of their political agenda and explain the contents of that book as they solve them through paid figures who claim to be religious scholars in Turkish mosques.

Sheikh Mahmoud Uthman added that "all religions on this land have never encouraged the killing of one human being for another man." With the help of a verse in the Holy Qur'an, "Whoever intentionally kills a believer, he called on Muslims to "know the true Islamic religion through the guidance of God and His Bible, not the guidance of the unjust rulers of states."

The Turkish aggression against the areas of northern and eastern Syria entered its 40th day amid international failure in the face of these attacks targeting all components of the Kurds, Arabs, Syriac Assyrian Chaldeans, Armenians and Turkmen.

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ANHA


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