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Germany government leak says Turkey 'supports militant and Islamist groups' in Middle East: [ ] "Especially since the year 2011, as a result of its incrementally Islamised internal and foreign policy, Turkey has become a central platform for action for Islamist groups in the Middle East," the German officials observed in their analysis, according to German state broadcaster ARD.

The leaked document concluded Erdogan supported Hamas, which is the elected governing party in the Gaza Strip, although Erdogan once told a US TV interview that he did not consider the group a terror organisation.

Erdogan has opposed the Muslim Brotherhood in the past, though he has since also criticised current Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who overthrew Morsi in a 2013 coup.

Relations between Turkey and Germany have been strained over visa liberalisation for Turkish citizens in the Schengen area and Ankara is facing considerable criticism for a clampdown on the judiciary, police and media after the failed coup in July.

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