Turkish Mavi Marmara IHH Terrorists Released in Syrian Prisoner Exchange

FrontPage Magazine 10 January 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

Those wacky IHH Islamist "humanitarians” who tried to run the blockade to Hamas and murder Israeli soldiers are back with more shenanigans, this time in Syria, the latest front in the Muslim Brotherhood’s campaign to take over the Middle East and kill anyone who gets in their way.

Syria and the Turkish backed Sunni rebels are conducting a prisoner exchange, and the prisoners on the Syrian side include the head of IHH.

The IHH has been placed on the terrorist watch list in a number of countries for its ties to Hamas and Al Qaeda.

In the mid-1990s, IHH leader Bülent Yildirim was directly involved in recruiting "veteran soldiers” to organize jihad activities, and in dispatching IHH operatives to war zones in Islamic countries to gain combat experience. IHH also transferred money as well as "caches of firearms, knives and pre-fabricated explosives” to Muslim fighters in those countries. (continue reading...)