The Turkish regime revealed in a statement on Sunday that the Istanbul terrorist attack culprits were members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) after they conducted a thorough investigation.

According to the statement, the 5 culprits behind the Istanbul terrorist attack were ISIS members and Turkish nationals.

One of the ISIS terrorists mentioned in the statement was reportedly born in the city of Gaziantep, which is located on the border of Turkey and Syria.

As a result of this terror attack, the Turkish security forces have implemented a curfew for the Newroz celebrations in several cities across the country.

 

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Andrew Sivaram
Andrew Sivaram
2016-03-20 13:25

ISIS is like a rabid dog that bites the hand that feeds it…

El Cid
El Cid
2016-03-20 16:47
Reply to  Andrew Sivaram

Mot really, part from the economic impact, the bombing targeted Israelis and Iranians. It’s the rabid dog released by the rabid master. See this tweet from an AKP official after the murder: “I wish the injured Israelis were dead”