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by Leith Fadel

Despite their alleged commitment to fighting terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Turkey continues to transport and treat jihadist fighters in their field hospitals.

Photos from Turkish field hospitals were leaked on Tuesday, showing prominent jihadist fighters in northern Hama being treated in Turkey.

Northern Hama is by no means close to the Turkish border, so the transportation of these wounded jihadists would have to be coordinated and approved by the Turkish government.

Jund Al-Aqsa (Al-Qaeda franchise) fighter Mohammad Najjar being treated in Turkey.
Jund Al-Aqsa (Al-Qaeda franchise) fighter Mohammad Najjar being treated in Turkey.

Among the many groups transporting their wounded fighters to Turkey is Jund Al-Aqsa; they are a prominent franchise of Al-Qaeda in Syria.

Turkey does not appear to be committed to closing off the Bab Al-Hawa border-crossing anytime soon; this crossing is still freely used by jihadist rebels on a daily basis.

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