Burak Bekdil: Who does Turkey support?

ISIS-flag-edge-KobaniISIS flag is placed on a hill in eastern Kobane as seen from the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern town of Suruç, on October 6, 2014. The Turks are watching but seem otherwise unconcerned

In short, to finish off jihadists, Washington will now work with the man who until recently funded and reinforced these same jihadists, and is proud of his love affairs with Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. Hamas’s overseas command center happens to be based in Turkey. Good luck.

Turkish soldiers in tanks are lined up along Turkey’s border with Iraq, “observing” ISIS troops close in on the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani, in what appears an approaching massacre.

In pragmatic Islamist thinking, one does not properly become a “martyr” if he gets killed by an army other than Israel’s…