Including Syria Turkiye announces the arrest of 10 wanted persons from 6 countries Including Syria Turkiye announces the arrest of 10 wanted persons from 6 countries

Including Syria Turkiye announces the arrest of 10 wanted persons from 6 countries

Including Syria Turkiye announces the arrest of 10 wanted persons from 6 countries

Turkish Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya announced today, Thursday, the arrest of 10 people in Istanbul, against whom search warrants on the Interpol Red Notice were issued from 6 countries.

The minister said that the 6 countries are Iran, South Korea, Syria, China, Uzbekistan and Switzerland, explaining that the 10 defendants were arrested through Operation “Cage-30” carried out by the Istanbul Security Directorate.

The Turkish Interior Minister indicated that the detainees had search warrants issued against them on various charges, including money laundering, fraud, and migrant smuggling.

In recent months, the Turkish police have intensified their campaigns to arrest members of international organized crime, some of whom have sought refuge in Turkey for a long time.

In this context,  the Turkish authorities announced the arrest of 33 people  as part of a security campaign carried out by the intelligence service, at the beginning of this January, including 46 people who were considered “involved in espionage activities” on behalf of the Israeli Mossad against foreign citizens residing in Turkey.


Israeli Chief of Staff: Hamas has prepared for a long time and in a very organized way to fight us


Israeli Chief of Staff: Hamas has prepared for a long time and in a very organized way to fight us

Israeli Army Chief of Staff Herzi Halevy said on Wednesday that Hamas had been preparing for a very long time to defend itself in a highly organized way to fight the Israeli army in the Gaza Strip.

Halevy's words came during an assessment he conducted on Wednesday, in central Gaza, with the commander of the IDF's Southern Command, Major General Yaron Finkelman, the commander of the 36th Division, Brigadier General Dadu Bar Khalifa, and other officers.

In a conversation with the soldiers, Halevy said, “The fighting is taking place in a very complex space, underground and above ground, and there is an enemy who has been preparing for a very long time to defend himself in a very organized way, There are also residents here, and many, many houses, It is a combat zone.” "Very complicated."

He added: "We are moving here like we have never done before, but as soon as something bad happens, and something very bad actually happens to us here, we lose a fair number of soldiers, and many are injured."

The Israeli Army Chief of Staff continued, addressing his soldiers: “We are fighting a long battle, and there are many areas, and we also have great challenges, but we know very well how to deal with any problem in Gaza, There is not a single square kilometer in Gaza that we do not know how to get.”

On the other hand, Halevy sent a message to the Lebanese Hezbollah on the northern border, saying: “After Gaza, we will know what to do in Lebanon,” adding: “After what you did, there is no village in Lebanon that you cannot enter and dismantle.”
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