A female Iranian legislator in an open letter to the Turkish President's wife, Emine Erdogan, voiced regret over the fist Lady's silence on her son's close ties with leader of the ISIL terrorist group.
"I was taken aback after seeing your son's photo alongside the ISIL ringleaders, and your silence," Laleh Eftekhari said in her letter on Wednesday.
She reminded Emine of ISIL's crimes, including beheading of innocent people, killing children, using women as sex slaves and distorting Islam's face, and said, "My sister! We are both mothers and this silence and ignorance is unlikely from a mother."
Bilal Erdogan came under the spotlight after his photos with the leaders of ISIL surfaced in the world media.
Bilal Erdogan has extensive ties and runs transactions with ISIL barbars. Bilal owns several maritime companies. He has allegedly signed contracts with European operating companies to carry Iraq's stolen oil to different Asian countries. The Turkish government buys Iraq's plundered oil which is being produced from the country's oil wells seized by ISIL. Bilal Erdogan’s maritime companies own special wharfs in Beirut and Ceyhan ports that are transporting ISIL’ smuggled crude oil in Japan-bound oil tankers.
Senior member of Turkish Republican People's Party (CHP) Aran Erdam disclosed on Wednesday that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his relatives have purchased oil from the ISIL terrorist group.
"The evidence shows that the trucks that were bombed by the Russian planes last month were carrying oil cargos destined for Turkey via Iraq from Northern Syria," Erdam said.
He noted that over 120 oil tankers that were destroyed in the Russian airstrikes belonged to the Turkish Bayrak Company owned by Erdogan's son-in-law who is also Turkey's energy minister, Berat Al-Bayrak.
He noted that Bayrak Company has 500 oil tankers.
Turkish Energy Expert Necdet Pamir said that Turkey's official oil import has decreased by $1 million which itself is a proof to Erdogan government's clandestine deal with the ISIL.
Pamir said that the deal between Turkey and the ISIL dates back to summer 2012 when the Takfiri terrorists took control of the city of Raqqa.
A former Turkish deputy foreign minister also confirmed Erdogan government's purchase of oil from Turkey.
"Turkish borders are open to the ISIL and other terrorists to commute between Syria and Turkey," Farouq Loqoqlou said.
President Erdogan has dramatically vowed to leave office if any proof is provided that Ankara has been buying oil from the terrorist group Daesh (ISIL).