The Turkish paramilitary organization SADAT collaborated with a convicted criminal in the USA against India, preparing the ground for developments in the well-known region of Kashmir, which the Turks already consider the next "Nagorno".
Ankara has reportedly taken the Delhi plot against Kashmir seriously, in a bid to present itself as a "leading power" in Central Asia.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's secret paramilitary group SADAT, led by Adnan Tanrıverdi, has hired Kashmir-born Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, who is serving a US federal prison sentence for operating to recruit mercenaries against India, the Nordic Monitor reports.
Fai is a member of the American Council of Kashmir (KAC), a showcase organization funded by the Pakistani Secret Service (ISI).
This organization now cooperates with the Turkish SADAT and the NGO Islamic World (lamslam Dünyası Sivil Toplum Kuruluşları Birliği, İDSB).
Fai frequently attended SADAT events and even met in person with Tanrıverdi, a former Turkish military official who continues to advise the Turkish president.
The head of the Turkish paramilitary organization was one of the keynote speakers at the event and met with Faye to discuss joint programs and coordinate actions specifically against Indian Kashmir.
The mercenary paramilitary organization SADAT operates as a training and logistical support center for jihadists in Turkey, Syria, Libya and other countries.
The leader of Tanrıverdi aims to transform Turkey's secular system into an Islamic regime based in Sharia, while dreaming of creating an Islamic army with thousands of members from Muslim countries.
In December 2019, after a meeting of the International Islamic Union organized by SADAT, Tanrıverdi said that his organization was working to pave the way for the arrival of the Mahdi (prophet, savior and redeemer of Islam).
He exerts a significant influence on the Erdogan government and helps formulate military security policies.
The former Turkish Army Brigadier General was also the mastermind of the mass purge of pro-Western officers in the Turkish army.
Nearly 80 percent of generals and admirals and almost all Turkish army officers were fired and / or imprisoned and replaced by Islamists and neo-nationalists.
What is certain is that Erdogan's Islamic paramilitary "machine" has begun to prepare the ground for operations in India in connection with the disputed Kashmir regime.
The FBI claims that the Kashmir American Council is heavily funded by Pakistan's ISI spy agency.
"Its operatives in Pakistan are reportedly channeling millions through Kashmir to influence elected US officials while funding high-level conferences, lavishly scattering money to promote the Kashmir case to US decision-makers in Washington." .
Turkey is now moving to the level of Germany of 1940, escaping the narrow confines of the Eastern Mediterranean in an attempt to implement the plan of reviving a powerful new Ottoman Empire.
But the outcome of these plans will be exactly the same as that of Berlin in 1945, and this is entirely certain, as many experts have pointed out.