Turkey has been recently embroiled in a number of scandals, with its dubious ties with the brutal group taking center stage.
Turkey's illegal oil business is a major area of concern. Ankara is "smuggling Iraqi oil and Syrian oil through the borders and selling it on the black market in Turkey," al-Rubaie, who served as national security adviser, told RT.
Another major area of concern involves Turkey allegedly treating wounded terrorists.
"There is evidence that some of these high value individuals of Daesh when they get wounded in Iraq and Syria, they cross the border and get treated and operated on in Turkish hospitals," the Iraqi MP lamented.
Al-Rubaie urged the Turkish leadership to make real effort to prove that they are not dealing with Daesh nor "turning a blind eye to the movement of these terrorists from Turkey to Syria and Iraq and vice versa."
In short, the Iraqi MP believes that Ankara should "come clean" with regard to its ties to Daesh.