Turkish attorney general blames ISIL for Ankara double attack

ANKARA, Oct. 29 (MNA) – The Turkish attorney general confirmed Wed. that the ISIL terrorist movement is responsible for the recent double attack perpetrated in this capital in which 102 people died and about 500 were wounded.

Besides blaming ISIL for the explosive attacks during the peaceful march in front of the railroad station, the attorney's office believed that the violent action was seeking to create chaos to bring about the suspension of next Sunday's elections.

The office believes that another target of last 10 attacks was to provoke mass protests in order to blame the State for allowing the bombings and improve support for insurgents of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).

A cell of ISIL in the southeastern city of Gaziantep received orders from the terrorist formation from Syria to carry out attacks against PKK targets and groups opposed to it in that nation.

The report, based on only five percent of the total of the material processed in the hands of the Turkish security highlighted that the pro-Kurdish Democratic People's Party (HDP) was attacked in the cities of Adana and Mersin by ISIL.

The terrorist group, operating in Syria since 2011 and in Iraq since last year, also carried out the attacks in Diyarbakir, last June 5, and that of Suruc locality, July 20 this year, considered the aforementioned Justice organ.

The HDP, along with leftist groups and trade unions, called the aforementioned peaceful demonstration with the view to end the conflict between the Army and the PKK, after the resumption by the government of operations by the end of Last July.

Damascus accused Ankara of training, financing and equipping armed formations in Syria, including the ISIL and Al Nusra, linked to Al Qaeda, with the purpose to topple the legitimate government of president, Bashar Al Assad.

 

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