Turkey IS Helping ISIS

The Tombs of John and Saladin
Posted on October 4, 2014
by Royal Rosamond Press
John the Nazarite Baptist was beheaded. St. Paul chased his church into Damascus where John’s head is at rest. Kurdish fighters have lost their head, fighting ISIS, not running away from ISIS who destroy ancient shrines, which is current history. The remains of Saladin lie near John.

Jon the Nazarite

“After the Arab conquest of Damascus in 634, the mosque was built on the site of a Christian basilica dedicated to John the Baptist (Yahya), honored as a… prophet by Christians and Muslims alike. A legend dating to the 6th century holds that the building contains the head of John the Baptist. The mosque is also believed by Muslims to be the place where Jesus (Isa) will return at the End of Days. The tomb of Saladin stands in a small garden adjoining the north wall of the mosque.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umayyad_Mosque

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As ISIS armored vehicles move to the outskirts of Kobane, the Turks are tear-gassing the Kurds who want to go back into Syria to help their brethren. Where are the Alliance Jets? ISIS has been out in the open shelling the citizens of Kobane for a week. Turkey has tanks lined up, but are not using them to make sure Kobane does fall to ISIS – as promised! Instead, they say they will only go into Syria to protect a shrine and the forty Turks guarding it. Why doesn’t Turkey let the Kurds use their tanks so someone can destroy these monsters guilty of war crimes?

This looks like a double-cross in exchange for Turkish prisoners. Turkey appears to be a Co-Terrorist nation who is using ISIS to get rid of old enemies who have killed many ISIS fighters. How many members of ISIS has Turkey killed? None! Their tanks, their…

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About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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