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İstanbul suicide bomber turned out to be a subject of Saudi Arabia

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Turkish newspaper Hurriyet publishes material on the identity of a suicide bomber who staged a terrorist attack in Istanbul on the eve. Recall that as a result of the terrorist attack in the historic center of the city, 10 was killed and 15 people were injured, most of them German citizens. In the publication of the Turkish media said that the suicide bomber turned out to be 28-year-old citizen of Saudi Arabia Nabil Fadli, who just a week ago filed a petition for political asylum in one of the Istanbul prefectures.


İstanbul suicide bomber turned out to be a subject of Saudi Arabia


The identity of the terrorist was established by fingerprints. His prints were removed on January 5, when he applied for political asylum in Turkey. It should be noted that on the eve of the Turkish President Erdogan said the Syrian origin of the suicide bomber. This information was not confirmed - Fadley had nothing to do with Syria, if not to take into account the fact that it could have been through Syrian territory in Turkey.

As previously reported, the Turkish authorities carried out an operation to detain persons whom they consider to be involved in terrorist activities in the country. Among the detainees and three Russian citizens. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova reports that, according to the Turkish side, Russian citizens refused to communicate with representatives of the Russian consular service.

Maria Zakharova quotes Interfax:
Immediately after receiving information about the detention of three citizens of the Russian Federation in Turkey, the Russian overseas agencies contacted the Turkish authorities to clarify all the circumstances. According to the Turkish police reports, the detainees refused to contact the official Russian representatives. We recheck this information and will find out all the circumstances of the detention.
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  1. spech
    spech 13 January 2016 17: 25 New
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    It should be noted that the day before, Turkish President Erdogan announced the Syrian origin of a suicide bomber.

    The main thing is to crow, and there at least do not dawn!
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 13 January 2016 17: 30 New
      18
      But it’s interesting, why then, according to Turkish protocols, the detained Russian citizens refused to meet with Russian representatives? requestThat's something I don’t believe the Turks and that’s it.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 13 January 2016 17: 34 New
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        Quote: vlad66
        But it’s interesting, why then, according to Turkish protocols, the detained Russian citizens refused to meet with Russian representatives? requestThat's something I don’t believe the Turks and that’s it.

        Because these Russian citizens are most likely on the federal wanted list - for terrorism and participation in the IAF in the North Caucasus. To meet such “Russians” with official authorities is not a reason.
        Or maybe there are no Russian citizens there ...
        1. krot
          krot 13 January 2016 17: 36 New
          10
          Erdogan screamed in all his burrowing throat that the suicide bomber is a Syrian! !
          1. Lelek
            Lelek 13 January 2016 18: 16 New
            +3
            Quote: krot
            Erdogan screamed in all his burrowing throat that the suicide bomber is a Syrian! !


            And they all believed at once? IMHO, Recep today will be believed only by a madman or paid.
            (cry.)
          2. Maxom75
            Maxom75 13 January 2016 21: 03 New
            +1
            What do you propose to him screaming loudly that the suicide bomber is screaming? I do not understand why you are surprised? because Saudi Arabia and Qatar are two terrorist states and the point.
        2. Petrovich1952
          Petrovich1952 13 January 2016 17: 46 New
          +3
          Or maybe there are no citizens of the Russian Federation there ... Normal Russians are sitting at home
        3. vlad66
          vlad66 13 January 2016 17: 52 New
          13
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Quote: vlad66
          But it’s interesting, why then, according to Turkish protocols, the detained Russian citizens refused to meet with Russian representatives? requestThat's something I don’t believe the Turks and that’s it.

          Because these Russian citizens are most likely on the federal wanted list - for terrorism and participation in the IAF in the North Caucasus. To meet such “Russians” with official authorities is not a reason.
          Or maybe there are no Russian citizens there ...

          You know, Erdogan is right and he will whistle, he will take cheaply, and if these citizens were bandits from the North Caucasus and went to ISIS, then most likely they will be there soon, and meeting them with our representatives certainly will not resonate, and the Turks will not give them away. hi
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 13 January 2016 21: 11 New
            0
            Quote: vlad66
            You know, Erdogan is right and he will whistle, he will take cheaply, and if these citizens were bandits from the North Caucasus and went to ISIS, then most likely they will be there soon, and meeting them with our representatives certainly will not resonate, and the Turks will not give them away.
            - Well, after the downed SU-24 "flew a huge distance from Turkey and was warned 10 times" and after the epic "suicide" on the bridge in Istanbul, only the same Erdogan or Poderdogan can believe Erdogan
        4. 4 wheels
          4 wheels 13 January 2016 22: 24 New
          +4
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Or maybe there are no Russian citizens there ...

          Personally, my subjective opinion is that the Turks are trying in every possible way to drag Russia into any of their scandals in order to try to use this in the future to inflate anti-Russian hysteria.

          Ukraine conducts a similar tactic of stuffing fake information.
          Who is their common "friend" and boss - I think everyone knows.
      2. Scoun
        Scoun 13 January 2016 17: 41 New
        +5
        Quote: vlad66
        That's something I don’t believe the Turks and that’s it.

        Quote: Ami du peuple
        Because these Russian citizens are on the federal wanted list - for terrorism and participation in the IAF in the North Caucasus. likely.

        and even these “citizens” may not even exist at all, it’s like with a saved person on a bridge, personally Erdogan Don. IMHA he broadcasts more to the public and relates to the same
        It should be noted that the day before, Turkish President Erdogan announced the Syrian origin of a suicide bomber.

        and if you recall all the wobbles of the president, the prime minister and the foreign ministry of Turkey after they shot down our plane, it becomes obvious that these are patients of ward No. 6.
      3. APASUS
        APASUS 13 January 2016 19: 35 New
        0
        Quote: vlad66
        But it’s interesting, why then, according to Turkish protocols, the detained Russian citizens refused to meet with Russian representatives? requestThat's something I don’t believe the Turks and that’s it.

        Turkey is in direct business with ISIS and it’s easier to reach an agreement between its own without attracting diplomats. In Russia, they simply face a deadline immediately
        1. family
          family tree 13 January 2016 20: 14 New
          0
          Eva, how the red-knuckled one then. Duc, pralna, nefig immediately yell, you need to check all the rumors, or he doesn’t have a tyrnet? wassat
      4. Rustic i ......
        Rustic i ...... 13 January 2016 20: 58 New
        0
        Probably the detained passports are not Russian. Erdogan, by the way, did not say that it was a rocket fired from Russia that banged in Turkey?
    2. northern
      northern 13 January 2016 20: 32 New
      +2
      Tomorrow he will say that the terrorist was a Syrian of Russian origin, and one of the ringleaders of the igil. Erdogan has a random number generator in his head
      1. Silkway0026
        Silkway0026 13 January 2016 21: 56 New
        +2
        Not no, random buccaff.
    3. Juborg
      Juborg 14 January 2016 00: 03 New
      0
      Apparently living badly, hungry !? And the main thing is boring. DECIDED TO SEE THE ACUTE FEELINGS. FOUND! IMPRESSIONS BY THE MOST TIME, DEATHLY ENOUGH!
  2. sever.56
    sever.56 13 January 2016 17: 26 New
    +6
    Oh well ... It can’t be !!!
    A citizen of the "brotherly" state, a "twin" partner, one can say that he made such a "byak" ... You understand the tourism business from Europe, it destroys ... wassat
    Now, under the brand name of "the fight against terrorism," Erdogan will cut even more dough from Euro sheep. Three euro lard have already been unfastened to stop the flow of refugees, now a dozen more will require a "fight against Daesh." And so - to infinity!
    1. tol100v
      tol100v 13 January 2016 17: 32 New
      +2
      Quote: sever.56
      A citizen of the "brotherly" state, an accomplice, one might say, did such a "byak" ...

      And they are all accomplices, just what, and the parties!
      1. cap
        cap 13 January 2016 19: 27 New
        0
        fadley
        Quote: Tol100v
        Quote: sever.56
        A citizen of the "brotherly" state, an accomplice, one might say, did such a "byak" ...

        And they are all accomplices, just what, and the parties!


        "... the 28-year-old Saudi Arabian Nabil Fadli, who just filed a political asylum application with one of Istanbul's prefectures, turned out to be a suicide bomber."

        The appearance is ideological. Photo published 9 hours ago.
        Now he won’t tell who he worked for.
    2. poquello
      poquello 13 January 2016 17: 34 New
      +1
      Quote: sever.56
      Oh well ... It can’t be !!!
      A citizen of the "brotherly" state, an accomplice, one might say, did such a "byak" ... wassat

      The fact that the Turkish special services did not try to take preventive measures to prevent the terrorist attack in Istanbul raises questions, a senior source in the Russian power structures said.
      “According to the Turkish side, immediately after the terrorist attack, several dozen (about 70) suspects were detained. Considering that the arrests were carried out without delay, and these people did not take part in the terrorist attack, it means that they were under control of the Turkish special services. All this raises the question: why were no preventive measures taken to prevent a terrorist attack, ”a source told RIA Novosti.

      http://www.vz.ru/news/2016/1/13/788393.html
    3. Sasha_Sar
      Sasha_Sar 13 January 2016 17: 51 New
      +1
      And you can turn off the "oil industry" ....
    4. zadorin1974
      zadorin1974 13 January 2016 17: 54 New
      +2
      Good time Valery. The famous three billion have just promised (this is EUROPE laughing ), specifically it allocates 500 lyam (more precisely, the Council of Europe should allocate), the rest should be thrown off all the countries proportionally. But how much and to whom what proportion will roll out is already very interesting. So what are the claims against the Turks? To promise does not mean to marry!
    5. Rustic i ......
      Rustic i ...... 13 January 2016 21: 08 New
      0
      That's for sure: 9 citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany were laid down at a time. Why such a dislike for the Germans? Something old has surfaced from the depths of the soul.
  3. prabiz
    prabiz 13 January 2016 17: 26 New
    +2
    So it’s friends the terrorists of their comrades are undermining, otherwise Syria immediately shouted
  4. Misha Honest
    Misha Honest 13 January 2016 17: 26 New
    0
    So the Saudis pulled themselves up, acting on the principle: beat their own, so that strangers are afraid. wassat
    1. A-Sim
      A-Sim 13 January 2016 17: 33 New
      0
      What kind of Germans are their Saudis?
      1. Misha Honest
        Misha Honest 13 January 2016 17: 59 New
        0
        The Saudis, Germans and Turks are allies of the Yankees, so it would probably be more appropriate to compare the left hand beating the right hand without the knowledge of the head. laughing
  5. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 13 January 2016 17: 27 New
    14
    Nonsense ... The terrorist launched a terrorist attack in a terrorist country ...
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 13 January 2016 17: 32 New
      +6
      Well, the attack, well, in a friendly country. But the Germans did not suspect nefig of Turkey in trade with ISIS.
    2. tol100v
      tol100v 13 January 2016 17: 39 New
      +4
      Quote: dmi.pris
      Nonsense ... The terrorist launched a terrorist attack in a terrorist country ...

      No - This is a regularity! Recall the twin towers!
      1. voronbel53
        voronbel53 14 January 2016 01: 34 New
        0
        Quote: Tol100v
        Quote: dmi.pris
        Nonsense ... The terrorist launched a terrorist attack in a terrorist country ...

        No matter what, Turkey will remain true to its ideals, we won’t talk and remember about "high hitler" ... goals can change, but ideas will never, although the goals remain the same ...
  6. EFA
    EFA 13 January 2016 17: 29 New
    +1
    There you go, as they say, and horseradish with butter. Well, now go Erdogan will say that this is a victim of Putin's propaganda, or a spy / saboteur mishandled.
  7. lysyj bob
    lysyj bob 13 January 2016 17: 31 New
    +1
    “According to Turkish police reports, the detainees refused to have contact with official Russian representatives.” Yeah, and they also asked for maximum terms of imprisonment in the most terrible prison and without trial. Nonsense is complete.
  8. s.melioxin
    s.melioxin 13 January 2016 17: 37 New
    +2
    According to Turkish police reports, detainees refused contact with official Russian representatives.
    “It’s unfortunate” that the protocols do not yet have a confession. There would be a full bouquet.
  9. newcomer
    newcomer 13 January 2016 17: 37 New
    +4
    It seems that the Ottomans could not turn this attack to their advantage. everything turned out to be much more prosaic. I already assumed that warming the snake wait for it to bite.
  10. gamer
    gamer 13 January 2016 17: 38 New
    +2
    It’s more profitable for Erdogan to blame everything on ISIS than on Russia (they say, look, we are fighting with terrorists, and not trading with them), he only realized it was too late !!!
    1. Rustic i ......
      Rustic i ...... 13 January 2016 21: 14 New
      +1
      From your words, I realized that you suspect Erdogan himself. What a jerk.
  11. Vasya_Piterskiy
    Vasya_Piterskiy 13 January 2016 17: 38 New
    +1
    Not surprised. Now in the region there are three poles of power of the UAE, Turkey and Iran, and there are no friends and allies there, there are only financial and political interests ...
  12. wicked pinnochio
    wicked pinnochio 13 January 2016 17: 39 New
    0
    ha what was required to prove the saudis punish stupid turks
  13. newcomer
    newcomer 13 January 2016 17: 40 New
    +5
    if you refused to communicate with our diplomats, it means one of two things: either they are really igilovites, or the Ottomans muddied something.
  14. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 13 January 2016 17: 48 New
    +1
    Well, another thing. And then - "Syrian, Syrian." Now let Assad now invade Saudi Arabia to take revenge.
  15. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 13 January 2016 17: 52 New
    0
    The Saudi Erdogenome’s mouth will be closed with a hand-off — some free oil and dough — and please, you can blow it further.
  16. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 13 January 2016 17: 56 New
    +1
    What a surprise. And then - Russia, Syria ... turned out to be a Saudi. Now Erdogan, obviously, should bring down the Saudi plane.
  17. kush62
    kush62 13 January 2016 18: 03 New
    +1
    Gormengast (1) Today, 17:56 New
    What a surprise. And then - Russia, Syria ... turned out to be a Saudi. Now Erdogan, obviously, should bring down the Saudi plane.


    It's time to bring down Erdogan himself
  18. individual
    individual 13 January 2016 18: 18 New
    0
    Calling Syria they mean Bashar al-Assad.
    Therefore, their pack is nibbling its elbows. am
  19. Flat5160
    Flat5160 13 January 2016 18: 21 New
    +1
    Yes, even if the Russians, what are we fighting for in Syria? To slam "our terrorists" at the far approaches from us, right? Well, if they, "our terrorists," have come to Turkey to prepare or carry out a terror action, then let Turkey neutralize them. We only need to know whether they are sent to the forefathers or not.
  20. demandy1
    demandy1 13 January 2016 18: 28 New
    +5
    Anyone, a subject of any country, can turn out to be a terrorist. This does not change the essence of the problem. Young people cannot find a worthy occupation for themselves, and rush from one extreme to another, gradually finding in radicalism a reassurance for their still childish stupidity. That's where the problem is! In the Soviet Union, this problem was solved by the Oktyabrat, the pioneer, the Komsomol, gradually transferring youth to the hands of the party (and in what figs). It was control over children's maximalism, but now it is not! And if this system is not revived, then the future of Europe awaits us - universal homosexuality and idiocy.
  21. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 13 January 2016 18: 36 New
    0
    Here are the mouse's tears pouring into the cat: after all, the Turks kept the Igilovites along with the Saudis, treated them and again sent them to Syria. That’s the way the same attacks go all over the West, so that they know that there are no good and bad terrorists or moderate ones. There would be several terrorist attacks in the United States, but so that the killings were not of a simple population, but of such bastards as McCain, Obama, Clinton and other American abominations that bring war to other states.
  22. vobels
    vobels 13 January 2016 18: 45 New
    0
    Yes, there was a failure in education, especially in the 90s. That calls out. And the Turks can now blame anyone for aiding terrorism. And the Russians here were mentioned with a long view.
    1. Extraneous
      Extraneous 13 January 2016 23: 01 New
      0
      “Russians” in Turkey are full after the Chechen wars. And just the citizens of the commercial warehouse are also missing. We bought property in Turkey, got married in Turks and Turkish women. businesses opened up. There is nothing surprising in the presence of Russian citizens there. If you remember, in Los Angeles, too, Russian citizens of Chechen origin bombed a marathon.
  23. Jozhkin Cat
    Jozhkin Cat 13 January 2016 19: 13 New
    0
    would they be faster if they started to fight or something, maybe they will roll away a little from Syria ...
  24. gergi
    gergi 13 January 2016 20: 40 New
    +2
    I do not regret or cry. The Germans did not spare us, the Turks did not spare us. So that they were empty.
  25. Andryukha G
    Andryukha G 13 January 2016 21: 45 New
    0
    According to the Russian proverb, “The thief himself screams louder than all.” Erdogan and accomplices have blood elbows from victims of the Syrian slaughter sponsored by Turkey and the Saudis.
  26. 31rus
    31rus 13 January 2016 22: 48 New
    0
    Dear ones, it’s absolutely true what difference does it make which country of the region was a terrorist, most importantly, the resorts are completely over, because the Germans were second to the Russians in terms of attendance at Turkish resorts, now they will pressurize in Syria and the wounded beast will be in Turkey and they won’t give rest, however you reap what you sow
  27. Yak28
    Yak28 13 January 2016 22: 57 New
    0
    It seems that the Turkish special services themselves are blown up to prove that they are not accomplices of bandits, but injured at the hands of terrorists
  28. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 13 January 2016 22: 59 New
    0
    Quote: gergi
    I do not regret or cry. The Germans did not spare us, the Turks did not spare us. So that they were empty.


    Quote: dmi.pris
    Nonsense ... Terrorist launched a terrorist attack in a terrorist country


    "+"!
    Alaverdy!

    And Frau Merkel and Genossa Junker J.K. nevertheless, you should hurry up with the translation of 3 lyamov to a Turkish dog,
    Do not be remembered by night! Hinting ...
  29. Orionvit
    Orionvit 14 January 2016 01: 31 New
    0
    Quote: Anchonsha
    Here are the mouse's tears pouring into the cat: after all, the Turks kept the Igilovites along with the Saudis, treated them and again sent them to Syria. That’s the way the same attacks go all over the West, so that they know that there are no good and bad terrorists or moderate ones. There would be several terrorist attacks in the United States, but so that the killings were not of a simple population, but of such bastards as McCain, Obama, Clinton and other American abominations that bring war to other states.

    Already wrote, and once again I will be noted. For some reason, most perceive terrorism as something abstract. All terr. organizations created and paid by someone. These are mainly intelligence agencies from different countries, led by the CIA. There is no just international terrorism, there are structures that with their help solve political, economic, ideological and other problems. Only in the United States in most cases they are called "fighters for freedom and democracy." So it was in Afghanistan, and Iraq, and Chechnya, and Yugoslavia, and Syria, and many more where, now in Turkey. Any aggravation of the situation in the world is beneficial only to one country, namely the states. Everyone screams "Saudis, Turks, refugees, Isis, explosions, guards," but everywhere they see large ears of Phashington. Not to mention the structures that are really engaged in global politics.