Turkish Officials Say ISIS Leadership Is To Blame For Airport Bombing

Turkish Officials Say ISIS Leadership Is To Blame For Airport Bombing

Thursday, 30 June 2016
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Turkish officials told CNN that they are lead to believe that the airport bombers traveled to the country from the “ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria and that ISIS leadership was involved in the planning of the attack.”

Authorities are saying that they arrived to Turkey from Raqqa about a month ago. Sources revealed that they arrived with explosives and suicide vests with a clear plan to attack.

Word is that they rented an apartment in Fatih, which is a district of Istanbul. One of the bombers left behind his passport, therefore was identified by the Turkish government.   Sources tell CNN that “the attack was extremely well planned with ISIS leadership involved.”

As of today, the death toll has climbed to 44.

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CNN contributor Michael Weiss, author of ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror, said “One of the toughest battalions in ISIS is called the Uzbek battalion. These were the guys who were essentially on the front lines guarding Falluja, the city they just lost in Iraq. Ask anybody inside ISIS or who’s fought ISIS. People from the former Soviet Union tend to be the most battle-hardened and willing to die.”

CNN continues to shed light on this disastrous situation stating that the nationalities of the Istanbul attackers will serve a mighty purpose. For starters it will, “open people’s eyes to the fact that there’s a very substantial Russian, former Soviet Union, presence within ISIS, both in terms of the foot soldiers and the leaders.”

The approximate number of Russian fighters that are involved with ISIS have blown our minds and according to Weiss, that range is from 2,000 to 7,000.


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