According to Turkish media, the terrorist attackers who killed more than 30 people in Ankara were not from Turkey, but from a nation very close by:
Police in Istanbul and İzmir conducted a series of raids on Thursday in various parts of the city as part of operations targeting Daesh terrorists, and detained at least 20 suspects following the Brussels-style attacks on Atatürk Airport which killed at least 41 people on Tuesday night. The nationality of suicide bombers was also revealed on Thursday.
Reports have said that one of the suicide bombers is from Dagestan region in Russia, while the others are from Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
According to the Anadolu Agency, police raided 16 addresses in Istanbul’s Pendik and Sultanbeyli districts on the Asian side, and Başakşehir district on the European side and detained 13 suspects, three of whom are reportedly foreign nationals.
Russians?! This is going to fire up the conspiracy theorists, and for good reason. Russia and Turkey are at each other’s throats right now over their mutual excursions into Syria and Iraq, and Putin has been accused before of “false flag” attacks in order to further his political aims.
To make things even MORE complicated, Turkey’s President Erdogan has ALSO been accused of running false flag attacks!!
On the other hand, there are plenty of aggrieved Muslims in Russia who are willing to join ISIS, so it’s not out of the question that this was just another postcard from the religion of peace…