Turkey President Erdogan says IS ‘likely perpetrator’ of marriage attack

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Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday pronounced a Islamic State (IS) jihadist organisation was a “likely perpetrator” of a explosve conflict on a marriage in a southeastern city of Gaziantep that left during slightest 30 dead.

People lift passed bodies into ambulances after an blast in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey, early Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016. A explosve conflict targeting an outside marriage celebration in southeastern Turkey killed several people and bleeding dozens. Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek pronounced a barbarous conflict in Gaziantep, nearby a limit with Syria, on Saturday seemed to be a self-murder bombing. (DHA around AP)People lift passed bodies into ambulances after an blast in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey, early Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016. A explosve conflict targeting an outside marriage celebration in southeastern Turkey killed several people and bleeding dozens. Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek pronounced a barbarous conflict in Gaziantep, nearby a limit with Syria, on Saturday seemed to be a self-murder bombing. (DHA around AP)

A explosve conflict targeting an outside marriage celebration in southeastern Turkey killed several people and bleeding dozens. AP.

Erdogan pronounced in a created matter that there was “no difference” between a organisation of US-based reverend Fethullah Gulen who he blames for a unsuccessful 15 Jul manoeuvre bid, a outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) “and Daesh (IS), a expected perpetrator of a conflict in Gaziantep”.

“Our republic and a republic have again usually one summary to those who conflict us — you will not succeed!” he said.

Erdogan combined that PKK attacks on confidence army had claimed 70 lives in a final month alone.

Erdogan pronounced that a aim of attacks like Gaziantep was to boar multiplication between opposite groups in Turkey such as Arabs, Kurds and Turkmen and “spread incitement along racial and eremite lines.”

Turkey would not give in to a “provocation” of a Gaziantep conflict and would instead uncover “unity, togetherness and brotherhood”, he said.

Ankara has prolonged insisted there is no disproportion between a several “outlawed” apprehension groups it is fighting and has urged a West to take a worse position opposite a PKK.