Things You Need To Know About The Deadliest Terrorist Attack In Turkey

Things You Need To Know About The Deadliest Terrorist Attack In Turkey

Worst Terror Attack In Turkey’s History

The terror attack that took place in Ankara, Turkey’s capital two days ago is said to be the most gruesome blast that Turkey has ever witnessed. Around 95 people were killed and 250 injured by the twin bombing outside Ankara’s main train station on Saturday morning.

the-bombing-of-a-pro-kurdish-rally-in-ankara-highlights-the-dangerous-cocktail-brewing-in-turkey

These suicide blasts took place during a peace march involving, pro-Kurdish and People’s Democratic Parties. Most of the victims of the blast were attending a demonstration calling for an end to the persistent conflict between the Kurdistan party and the Turkish government.

Image processed by CodeCarvings Piczard ### FREE Community Edition ### on 2015-10-10 15:43:51Z | http://piczard.com | http://codecarvings.com

 

Is Turkey Becoming The Next Iraq Or Syria?

 Although no terrorist organization as of yet has taken responsibility for this attack on Turkey’s capital, the government believes that this is the work of none other than ISIS militants.

 

Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX USA (2642870a)  Hayat Boumeddiene, far right  Hayat Boumeddiene 'appears in Islamic State film' - 06 Feb 2015  The latest video released by French-speaking Islamic state (ISIS), fighters may be Hayat Boumeddiene, who is believed to have knowledge about the deadly January 9, 2015 attack on a Paris kosher grocery,The video, titled "Blow Up France 2," was released Tuesday and shows an ISIS fighter praising previous attackers in France and calling for new attacks. The video shows a woman standing next to the speaker, wearing camouflage clothing and holding a weapon. French authorities are investigating the possibility this woman could be Hayat Boumeddiene. Her husband, Amedy Coulibaly, killed four hostages January 9 at a kosher grocery in Paris, authorities said. He was killed by police in a rescue and the remaining hostages fled to safety.

 However some people feel that this was the work of the government to stop collaboration between the Kurdish party and the existing government and to influence the upcoming elections .

What’s Next For Turkey?

Whatever the case may be one thing is for sure that the Turkish prime minister Tayyip Erdogan will not be taking this lightly. He feels that the world needs to collaborate in an anti-terrorist movement to finish this plague once and for all.

rts3tzq

_82666708_82666702 Also See : The Real Reasons Why Some Pakistanis Hate Malala  Yousafzai

 

world_trade_center_9_11_wallpaper_by_jaksonstoker-d7cs6a5 Also See: 13 Pictures That Will Show Why You Should Never Forget  9/11

 

 

 

To Top