Who is responsible for Today’s Istanbul car bomb

 

 

By: k.Noorshid

 

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At early hours of Tuesday a car bomb blast in streets of Istanbul, put Istanbul for fourth time in critical situation in past six months.

perhaps is too naive to believe, this car bombing just few days after the political conflict between Turkish authorities with Germany over Armenian genocide recognition, and on the other hand white house declining YPG  as Terror group, while turkey insist on this issue, is an accident.

One might ask how Turkish government is hopelessly desperate, to get approval from western world officials, specifically USA in backing up their claim on YPG to be a terrorist group, while according to white house YPG is a natural partner in a coalition the United States is trying to assemble to fight Islamic State militants. This Kurdish militia group is active in areas in Syria that are predominantly inhabited by Kurds, mostly in the northeast.

However according to Turkish media No group has claimed responsibility yet, but Receb Tayyip Erdogan has pointed to the involvement of separatist Kurdish militants.

The outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and one of its offshoots have claimed attacks on Turkish security forces before.

The attack happened near the city’s historic Beyazit Square neighbourhood, a major tourist attraction, and an Istanbul university building.

The explosives were remotely detonated as the bus passed through the busy Vezneciler district at the morning rush hour.

In addition there might be strong belief in orchestrated car bomb attack by Turkish government (AK party) in its major city of Istanbul to create more conflict internally and internationally in condemning USA joint force with YPG in Syria.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s unprecedented appearance in Istanbul shortly after the car bomb attack raises this question, that why president was in Istanbul? He visited injured people in hospitals and assured them whoever is responsible for this car bombing will be punish.!

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