Rouhollah Beigi Nilanlu, deputy chairman of the Majlis Iran-Turkey friendship group, in an interview said "The ISIS has turned into an extra-territorial issue for all Muslims and even for other nations. It does not relate to only one person or group, but rather everyone with a bit teaching from the Quran would stand against it with all they have.”
Nilanlu stated "Today, if Turkey or any other Muslim country does not clarify against this issue, tomorrow the ISIS will afflict these very indifferent people.”
"The fact that some believe that the ISIS will continue its plans inside Iraq is only an illusion. The ISIS intends to drag the whole Islam to blood and dust; and their next target is Turkey,” ICANA reports.
"Unlike the Turk nation, Turkey’s officials have lay down cautions and stop dealing with the ISIS from the week position,” he demanded.
The lawmaker added "Turkey is a Muslim country. It can compromise some interests. It must support Bagdad as much as it can to fight terrorism and defend the Iraqi Muslims.”
He added "Turkey used to have a vigorous diplomacy. During the Islamic Awakening it committed some falters to gain economic and political interests, something that was kicked off by supporting the Syrian rebels. Although Turkey has adjusted its policies somehow it still shows the same old faltering. It is likely that if such faulty policies are continued, the ISIS terrorism will spread into the land of Turkey in near future.”