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Old 01-02-2017, 07:47 AM
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Turkey = ISIS

Obama = ISIS


And they have exported this to Western Europe and the US.

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Re: Instanbul Nightclub Terror Attack

***UPDATE

Turkey identifies Istanbul club gunman as Iakhe Mashrapov from Kyrgyzstan.
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A selfie-photo of suspected Istanbul attacker Iakhe Mashrapov circulated by Dogan News Agency

ISIS sources claim he fled Turkey ...

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The gunman who killed 39 people at an upscale Istanbul nightclub on New Year's eve had fought in Syria for Islamic State jihadists, a report said on Tuesday, as Turkish authorities intensified their hunt for the attacker.

A photo of a passport identifying the suspected gunman as 28-year-old Iakhe Mashrapov of Kyrgyzstan was widely circulated on social media and local Turkish media outlets.

Prominent Hurriyet columnist Abdulkadir Selvi said the attacker had been identified with investigators focusing on the idea he was from Central Asia. He said the assailant showed signs of being well trained in the use of arms and had fought in Syria for IS jihadists.

Selvi said the assailant had been trained in urban guerrilla warfare in Syria and used these techniques in the attack, shooting from the hip rather than as a sniper.

The attacker had been "specially selected" to carry out the shooting, he said. According to Hurriyet, just 28 bullets failed to hit a target.

Selvi wrote that the priority now was to detain the assailant and neutralise the cell that apparently backed him, in order to prevent any new attack.

"This specially trained terrorist has still not been detained and is still wandering dangerously amongst us," he wrote.

He said that an IS strike was also planned in Ankara on New Year's night but that it had been prevented after eight IS suspects were arrested in the capital. There were no further details.

Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said on Monday that authorities found finger prints belonging to the gunman while security video and cell phone footage from a selfie video reported to be the suspected gunman filming himself walking around Istanbul was widely circulated by Turkish media.

The Islamic State terrorist group claimed in a statement that one of its "soldiers" was behind the shooting attack on the Reina nightclub, calling it "the most famous nightclub where Christians were celebrating their pagan feast."

It accused Turkey, a majority-Muslim country, of serving Christians, in a possible reference to Ankara's alliance with the international coalition fighting IS in neighboring Syria and Iraq.

Turkey is a backer of Syria's opposition, but has also been waging its own military intervention in Syria since August, targeting both IS and Kurdish fighters. The US-led coalition carrying out strikes against IS in Syria uses airbases inside Turkey.

The assailant arrived by taxi to the Reina club, one of the city's most exclusive nightspots, around 1:15 am local time where he produced a weapon, reportedly a Kalashnikov, and shot dead a policeman and a civilian at the entrance.

According to Hurriyet, the gunman then fired four magazines containing a total of 120 bullets around the club, as terrified guests flung themselves into the freezing waters of the Bosphorus in panic.

The gunman changed clothes and left the nightclub and has managed to evade security forces since the attack.

Of the 39 dead, 27 were foreigners, mainly from Arab countries, with coffins repatriated overnight to countries including Israel, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.

This is a developing story.
http://isis.liveuamap.com/en/2017/3-...eina-terrorist
http://www.i24news.tv/en/news/intern...rom-kyrgyzstan

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Earlier a video selfie released by authorities showed the suspect smirking on camera before the massacre.

The suspect stared into the lens as he filmed himself in the popular meeting area Taksim Square.

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Re: Instanbul Nightclub Terror Attack

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Turkey identifies Istanbul club gunman onceagainnn!
(but this time the name is slightly different)


Turkish police identify Reina attacker as Abdulkadir Masharipov

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Turkish police have identified an alleged Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant who attacked a famous nightclub in Istanbul as Uzbek national Abdulkadir Masharipov.

The attacker arrived in Istanbul from the Central Anatolian province of Konya on Dec. 15, 2016, to stage the attack on Jan. 1.

According to recently obtained information, an ISIL cell in Konya that consists of Uzbeks continued to provide logistical support to Masharipov, whose code name is “Ebu Muhammed Horasani.”

The attacker remains on the run after escaping the Reina nightclub despite the massive deployment of police to prevent attacks targeting New Year’s celebrations.

Masharipov is accused of killing 39 people and wounding 65 others at the club, although some eyewitnesses have suggested there was more than one attacker.

According to the investigation carried out by Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office, it was determined that Masharipov has been in Turkey since 2011, daily Milliyet reported. Police have now begun focusing on the ISIL militant’s activities in Turkey in the past.

Meanwhile, new footage of the attack has emerged from inside the Reina nightclub. Masharipov is seen being kicked by a person as he was trying to hide among the wounded right before leaving the nightclub, daily Hürriyet reported.

In the footage recorded at 1:20 a.m. on Jan. 1, people are seen running around in panic, as well as trying to drag the wounded out of harm’s way. Others are seen trying to hide under their tables as the ISIL militant continues shooting.

At around 1:26 a.m., Masharipov is seen taking of his coat and beret. He then takes off his shirt and is seen with another shirt and trousers. He passes by people lying on the floor and then returns.

Masharipov, who was carrying a stun grenade, is seen being kicked by someone who is trying to hide at 1:27 a.m. After being kicked, the stun grenade in Masharipov’s hand explodes, resulting in wounds to his hand.
Masharipov remained motionless on the floor for about 10 or 15 seconds as a result of the explosion, but soon regained consciousness before departing the nightclub, according to the footage.
http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/tur...&NewsCatID=509

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Looks like they got the bastard?

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Looks like they got the bastard?
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A man suspected of killing 39 people in a New Year's Day attack on a popular Istanbul nightclub has been caught by police, according to Turkish news media.

The alleged shooter, identified as Abdulgadir Masharipov, was captured in an apartment in Istanbul's Esenyurt district during a massive police operation late on Monday, security sources told state-run Anadolu Agency.

Four other people, including a man of Kyrgyz origin and three women, were reportedly detained along with Masharipov.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group claimed responsibility for the attack on the Reina nightclub, saying it was revenge for Turkish military involvement in Syria.

Al Jazeera's Sinem Koseoglu, reporting from Istanbul, said dozens of people had previously been detained in connection to the attack.

"We know that [Masharipov] is an Uzbek citizen," she said. "When his wife was [previously] arrested, she said she had no clue, no information, that her husband was an ISIL sympathiser."

Early on January 1, the assailant stormed the popular venue on the Bosphorus and sprayed 120 bullets at partygoers celebrating the start of 2017.

Of the 39 dead, 27 were foreigners, including citizens from Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Tunisia and Morocco.

At least 69 people were also wounded in the attack.

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Re: Instanbul Nightclub Terror Attack

he definitely does look a bit asian:

"We know that [Masharipov] is an Uzbek citizen," ....

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