mercredi 17 juin 2015

Attentat contre le meeting du HDP : le suspect (Orhan G.) est né dans une famille kurde alévie

"ISIL militant bombed election rally in Turkey despite warnings, reports


The chronology of how a youngster in southeastern Turkey was recruited by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to bomb a Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) rally in Diyarbakır earlier this month either exposes a huge security vulnerability within Turkish law enforcement or “malice,” Radikal news website warned on June 16.

The twin blasts at the HDP’s huge June 5 rally in Diyarbakır left at least four people dead and more than 100 injured two days before Turkey’s general election.

The father of the suspect, an Alevi-Kurdish man identified only as Orhan G., said he had contacted the police when his son disappeared on Oct. 13, 2014, soon after Turkey’s Kurds staged mass demonstrations to protest the Turkish government’s perceived inaction toward the jihadists’ siege of the Syrian Kurdish border town of Ayn al-Arab, or Kobane.

The father added that he then met Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to find his son, but officials later told him that the young man had joined ISIL three months before.

Radikal news website’s correspondent İdris Emen, who interviewed the father after Orhan G. was detained as the suspect over the HDP bombing, reported in an award-winning piece in September 2013 that four young men from the southeastern province of Adıyaman had joined ISIL. One of the would-be militants was Mahmut G.D., who then returned to Turkey and recruited Orhan G. (...)


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