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January 17, 2017, 10:50:13 AM
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Istanbul Reina club suspect 'confesses': official


Governor of Istanbul says Abdulgadir Masharipov, who was captured on Monday, admitted to killing 39 on New Year's Eve.





Istanbul's governor has said a New Year's Eve nightclub attack that killed 39 people was carried out on behalf of ISIL and that the suspect, an Uzbekistan national, has confessed.

Vasip Sahin told a new conference on Tuesday it was "clear that this was carried out in the name of Daesh," using an Arabic acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group, also known as ISIS.

Sahin said that Abdulgadir Masharipov, who was arrested on Monday, was believed to have entered Turkey in January 2016, and that he had trained in Afghanistan.

The governor said Masharipov's fingerprints matched those of the attacker.


Earlier on Tuesday, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told reporters in Ankara that Masharipov was being questioned by police and expressed hope that the interrogation would unveil the "forces" behind the attack.

Masharipov was caught late on Monday in a police raid on an apartment in the Esenyurt district, which is on Istanbul's European side.

Photographs from the raid, widely published in the Turkish media, showed a bruised, black-haired man in a gray, bloodied shirt being held by his neck. NTV television said he resisted arrest.

Turkish media initially reported the killer was captured with his four-year-old son, but the governor said the child was not present during the police raid.

Police confiscated $197,000, two weapons and ammunition clips at the apartment.

The state-run Anadolu Agency said a man from Kyrgyzstan and three women - from Somalia, Senegal and Egypt - were also detained in the raid, while Masharipov's son was taken into protective custody.


Anadolu said police carried out raids on members of a suspected Uzbek ISIL cell in five Istanbul neighbourhoods and detained several people.

Authorities have been hunting the attacker for more than two weeks, after the bloodbath on the glitzy Reina nightclub on the shores of the Bosphorus.

Hundreds of people had gathered there to celebrate the end of a tumultuous 2016 only to become the first victims of 2017.

Using a long-barreled rifle, the gunman shot a police officer and a civilian outside the club, before storming the premises.

Most of those killed in the attack were foreign nationals, mainly from the Middle East.


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January 17, 2017, 11:01:53 AM
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This is what happens when Turkey tries to meddle in the internal affairs of other nations. Turkey has imported tens of thousands of immigrants from nations such as Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. They were hoping to indoctrinate these immigrants with Islamist agenda and then send them back to their home countries.

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January 17, 2017, 11:19:15 AM
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Isis has really made a huge threat to the world. But the question is that is it really the ISIS or there are other reasons behind the attack. But if it is really an attack mad by ISIS what is their motive. Did Istanbul made a wrong move that these terrorists keep on bombing Istanbul. As I remember it is not the first time that Istanbul was bombed, last year I read that it was attacked also by bombers.

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January 17, 2017, 06:39:54 PM
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There is nothing to do with Islam.
Strong Turkey is a risk for the countries of the Middle East.
Nobody wants a strong, determined, stable Islamic country.
These are the games of external forces.
Killers will not go unpunished
39 innocent people have died.
No reason can not justify it.

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January 18, 2017, 06:58:59 AM
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what is your opinion?

The world needs to stand up agains these Daesh devils. A few countries denounce their cause, but why so few? The rest of the world shouldn't be so afraid to speak out against it. There's only one way to stop it and that's the starve them of all resources, ostracize them from the world, and retaliate when they attack.

Where are the Imam's around the world, in the aftermath of these attacks? Why doesn't the muslim community speak out against these infidels?

The challenge is getting everyone to stand up - the effort needs to be widespread and relentless. If you're not agains Daesh, you're with them.

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January 18, 2017, 08:58:23 AM
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Did Istanbul made a wrong move that these terrorists keep on bombing Istanbul. As I remember it is not the first time that Istanbul was bombed, last year I read that it was attacked also by bombers.

The ISIS guys consider Erdogan as a traitor. That is why they are continuously targeting Istanbul, Ankara, and the other Turkish cities. When the crude oil price was high, Erdogan entered in to an alliance with the ISIS and purchased crude oil from them. But once the prices crashed, he went back on his promises and launched a military operation against them.

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