Sami Alloush, How did Western intelligence services exploit the German newspaper (TAZ) to protect their clients? Sami Alloush, How did Western intelligence services exploit the German newspaper (TAZ) to protect their clients?

Sami Alloush, How did Western intelligence services exploit the German newspaper (TAZ) to protect their clients?

British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt, Unemployment is rising in Britain with the continued increase in inflation rates     "Good news for the world" General Secretary Antonio Guterres praises Erdogan's efforts to extend the grain agreement   Sami Alloush, How did Western intelligence services exploit the German newspaper (TAZ) to protect their clients? The German newspaper TAZ published a report claiming that Turkey had prevented a person named Sami Alloush from entering its territory. According to private security sources, the aforementioned person was prevented from entering Turkey after he confessed to working as an agent for Western intelligence services under the cover of the press.  The German newspaper TAZ published news claiming that Turkey, which has embraced millions of refugees for many years, has prevented a person named "Sami Alloush" from entering its territory.  According to private security sources told TRT Arabic, the aforementioned person is called Shadi Turk, who is of Syrian origin, and he was denied entry to Turkey after he confessed to working as an agent for Western intelligence services under cover of the press.  Shadi Turk arrived in Turkey (or was sent there) in 2009 to complete his university studies. He lived in Istanbul, Gaziantep and Antalya, and completed his university studies, taking advantage of the capabilities offered by Turkey to university students from all over the world.  During this period, it became clear that Shadi was working as an agent for Western intelligence services in Turkey, which received him. It provided him with an advanced educational and study environment.  The security sources revealed that Shadi worked to spread inflammatory news about Turkey, Syria and the Syrians in Turkey under the guidance of Western intelligence services, and was also used as a tool for intelligence work aimed at destabilizing security in Turkey.  Shadi tried to hide his espionage activities under the guise of journalism, but he was forced to confess his activities at some point, according to security sources, and it also became clear that he worked for more than one Western intelligence agency.  With the sums he earned from his work for the intelligence services, Shadi organized noisy parties, and brought narcotics to these parties, and his income from these intelligence services funded his parties.  With the passage of time, Shadi began to make mistakes during his intelligence work, and eventually had to leave Turkey.  The security sources told TRT that Shadi continued his espionage activities in the Far East countries in Asia, and despite his financial situation and the luxury he enjoyed, he used to hide it from his fellow journalists and give them a different story.  Western countries took advantage of the German newspaper TAZ to publish the fabricated story of Shadi, in an attempt to defame and defame Turkey, with the aim of covering up its agent who provided services to a number of Western intelligence agencies.      "Good news for the world" General Secretary Antonio Guterres praises Erdogan's efforts to extend the grain agreement The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, welcomed the extension of the grain agreement across the Black Sea and expressed his gratitude for the efforts of Turkey and its President Erdogan in this regard.  The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, expressed his gratitude to Turkey and its President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for their efforts to extend the grain passage agreement from Ukrainian ports across the Black Sea for an additional two months.  In remarks he made at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Wednesday, Guterres welcomed the extension of the grain corridor agreement through the Black Sea until July 18.  He said that "the continuation of the agreement is good news for the world," indicating existing problems related to the grain initiative, and that Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations will continue to discuss it.  He added, "I am grateful to President Erdogan and the Turkish government for their efforts and for working in coordination with the United Nations to extend the grain initiative."  Earlier today, Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the extension of the grain passage agreement from Ukrainian ports across the Black Sea for another two months.    British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt, Unemployment is rising in Britain with the continued increase in inflation rates The unemployment rate in Britain increased to 3.9% during the second quarter of the year, as inflation rates continued to increase.  The British Office for National Statistics announced that the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% in the three months ending on May 16.  The unemployment rate reached 3.8% in the first quarter of this year.  British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt said: "It is encouraging that the unemployment rate remains unprecedentedly low, but the difficulty in finding a labor force and high prices is a concern for many families and companies."  He added, "Therefore, we must adhere to our plan to reduce inflation and help families face the cost of living." He emphasized the necessity of continuing child care reforms and supporting the elderly and people with special needs who wish to work.  The annual inflation rate in the UK continues to climb, as rising food prices offset lower energy prices.

The German newspaper TAZ published a report claiming that Turkey had prevented a person named Sami Alloush from entering its territory. According to private security sources, the aforementioned person was prevented from entering Turkey after he confessed to working as an agent for Western intelligence services under the cover of the press.

The German newspaper TAZ published news claiming that Turkey, which has embraced millions of refugees for many years, has prevented a person named "Sami Alloush" from entering its territory.

According to private security sources told TRT Arabic, the aforementioned person is called Shadi Turk, who is of Syrian origin, and he was denied entry to Turkey after he confessed to working as an agent for Western intelligence services under cover of the press.

Shadi Turk arrived in Turkey (or was sent there) in 2009 to complete his university studies. He lived in Istanbul, Gaziantep and Antalya, and completed his university studies, taking advantage of the capabilities offered by Turkey to university students from all over the world.

During this period, it became clear that Shadi was working as an agent for Western intelligence services in Turkey, which received him. It provided him with an advanced educational and study environment.

The security sources revealed that Shadi worked to spread inflammatory news about Turkey, Syria and the Syrians in Turkey under the guidance of Western intelligence services, and was also used as a tool for intelligence work aimed at destabilizing security in Turkey.

Shadi tried to hide his espionage activities under the guise of journalism, but he was forced to confess his activities at some point, according to security sources, and it also became clear that he worked for more than one Western intelligence agency.

With the sums he earned from his work for the intelligence services, Shadi organized noisy parties, and brought narcotics to these parties, and his income from these intelligence services funded his parties.

With the passage of time, Shadi began to make mistakes during his intelligence work, and eventually had to leave Turkey.

The security sources told TRT that Shadi continued his espionage activities in the Far East countries in Asia, and despite his financial situation and the luxury he enjoyed, he used to hide it from his fellow journalists and give them a different story.

Western countries took advantage of the German newspaper TAZ to publish the fabricated story of Shadi, in an attempt to defame and defame Turkey, with the aim of covering up its agent who provided services to a number of Western intelligence agencies.





"Good news for the world" General Secretary Antonio Guterres praises Erdogan's efforts to extend the grain agreement

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, welcomed the extension of the grain agreement across the Black Sea and expressed his gratitude for the efforts of Turkey and its President Erdogan in this regard.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, expressed his gratitude to Turkey and its President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for their efforts to extend the grain passage agreement from Ukrainian ports across the Black Sea for an additional two months.

In remarks he made at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Wednesday, Guterres welcomed the extension of the grain corridor agreement through the Black Sea until July 18.

He said that "the continuation of the agreement is good news for the world," indicating existing problems related to the grain initiative, and that Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations will continue to discuss it.

He added, "I am grateful to President Erdogan and the Turkish government for their efforts and for working in coordination with the United Nations to extend the grain initiative."

Earlier today, Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the extension of the grain passage agreement from Ukrainian ports across the Black Sea for another two months.



British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt, Unemployment is rising in Britain with the continued increase in inflation rates

The unemployment rate in Britain increased to 3.9% during the second quarter of the year, as inflation rates continued to increase.

The British Office for National Statistics announced that the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% in the three months ending on May 16.

The unemployment rate reached 3.8% in the first quarter of this year.

British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt said: "It is encouraging that the unemployment rate remains unprecedentedly low, but the difficulty in finding a labor force and high prices is a concern for many families and companies."

He added, "Therefore, we must adhere to our plan to reduce inflation and help families face the cost of living." He emphasized the necessity of continuing child care reforms and supporting the elderly and people with special needs who wish to work.

The annual inflation rate in the UK continues to climb, as rising food prices offset lower energy prices.

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