This video says about itself:
27 September 2014
While in Antep, Turkey, a hospital was built for the treatment of ISIS members.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
“No weapons for Kurds of Kobani”
Update: Tuesday 14 Oct 2014, 18:56
The Netherlands will not supply arms to the Kurdish fighters who defend the Syrian city Kobani against ISIS. Minister [of Foreign Affairs] Timmermans writes this in a letter to the Lower House of Parliament.
Timmermans says that the risk is too great that the weapons will end up in the hands of the PKK.
The Turkish Kurdish allies of the Syrian Rojava Kurds. Together, eg, they helped the Yazidi minority in Iraq escape from a threatening massacre by ISIS.
That organization is on the European terrorism list. …
The Netherlands will send a fact-finding mission to the region to find out what the moderate groups in Syria need in their fight against ISIS.
According to the New York Times, within the Sunni sectarian armed opposition in Syria, moderates exist only on the paper of propaganda speeches. Sometimes, these so-called ‘moderates’ may have quarrels with ISIS. Sometimes, according to the relatives of Steven Sotloff, they sell prisoners to ISIS for beheading.
Obama meets anti-ISIS “coalition” amid rising US-Turkish tensions: here.
US [in cahoots with Turkish government] pressured Denmark to close Kurdish TV so Rasmussen would become NATO chief – lawyer: here.
Atlantic Council NATO propaganda: here.
“The British government must take the PKK off the list of terrorist organisations where Jack Straw placed it when he was foreign secretary and Turkey must release PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan, who has been in detention for 15 years.”