Osman Karahan, linked to the man who trained the 9 11 hijackers.
Osman Karahan, a Turkish lawyer linked to the CIA's al Qaeda, crossed into Syria to join the fight to topple Assad.
(A rebel fighter falls in Aleppo - but this one was from Istanbul)
In early August 2012, Karahan was shot and killed in Aleppo in Syria
Reportedly, Karahan was one of several hundred Turks who entered Syria via Turkey.
Reportedly weapons and ammunition have been smuggled into Syria in Turkish ambulances.
Turkey is said to be the base for anti-Assad forces from Libya, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Africa....
Louai Sakka, who was reportedly hired by the CIA in 2000. He helped train the 9 11 'hijackers.'
Osman Karahan, the Istanbul lawyer, represented Louai Sakka, reportedly a member of the CIA's Al Qaeda.
In 2007, Sakka was sentenced to life in prison for masterminding a series of lorry-bomb attacks on synagogues and British interests in Istanbul in 2003, in which 57 people were killed.
Osman Karahan himself was charged with funding members of Al-Qaeda, but a Turkish court cleared him in 2006.
"He has been jailed in connection with the bombing of the British consulate in Istanbul." - London Times
Louai al Sakka is also known as Sakra and Saqa
Ercan Gun, on 15 August 2005 at zaman.com (Alleged Trainer Of 9/11 Hijackers a CIA Informant) reported that Sakka was caught by the Turkish authorities and then interrogated.
As a result, according to Ercan Gun, Turkish intelligence specialists now believe:
1. Al-Qaeda is the name of a secret service operation.
2. Al Qaeda is linked to the CIA-NATO's 'strategy of tension'. (Operation Gladio ; Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad)
3. Sakka, the fifth most senior man in al-Qaeda, was offered employment by the CIA.
The CIA gave him a large sum of money.
The CIA claimed it eventually lost contact with him.
The Turkish security service MIT captured Sakka in Turkey.
Transsexual Sisi, allegedly involved in a plot to undermine top people. In 1996 Müslüm Gündüz, leader of a Moslem sect, was arrested by police in an İstanbul house where he was found in bed with a 22-year-old female student, Fadime Şahin. Ümit Oğuztan, an author of pornographic books and former editor-in-chief of the Strategy monthly, famous transsexual Seyhan Soylu (known as Sisi) and Police Chief Ümit Bavbek secretly met at the office of the Strategy magazine to write the “script” and talk about its details. Şahin, working as a call girl at an entertainment facility, was hired for a large sum of money. Sisi and Oğuztan coached Şahin in her new role, according to the witness, and introduced her into Muslum Gunduz's sect. (Witness: Ergenekon involved in Feb. 28)
In Turkey, in September 2010, Hanefi Avcı, a former police chief, was arrested due to his links to a 2009 act of terrorism in Istanbul. (Avcı wiretap records raise questions about shadowy links )
Found in Avci's home were audio clips of phone conversations featuring former Turkish intelligence asset Tuncay Güney,mafia boss Sedat Peker, drug lord Drej Ali, famous transsexual Seyhan Soylu (also known as Sisi) and retiredGeneral Veli Küçük.All these people are believed to have close links to Ergenekon, theterror organisation which has been linked to the CIA, NATO and Mossad. (KILLING KIDS ON A FIELD TRIP; ERGENEKON AND 9 11)