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AKP-ISIS collaboration in Ankara massacre? | World War 4 Report

17.10.15

AKP-ISIS collaboration in Ankara massacre? | World War 4 Report: Selahattin Demirtas, leader of the Kurdish-led Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), which had called the Ankara rally, responded to the arrests by repeating his charge that the bombings were the result of "cooperation" between ISIS the AKP, Turkey's ruling conservative party. He dismissed the implication of a PKK hand in the blasts. "If there [were] even just a one-in-a-million possibility of the PKK being behind this attack, then they [the government] would make it obligatory for the media to report on the incident," he told reporters. "This illustrates that the AKP and ISIL were behind this attack." (Hurriyet Daily News, Oct. 15)


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