Al Qaeda Cell in Turkey Accused of Planning to Bomb Churches

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A large-scale Al Qaeda plot to bomb “all the churches in Ankara,” as well as the Turkish Parliament and U.S. Embassy in the Turkish capital, was made public today (Dec.9).

According to Compass Direct News (CDN), the daily Taraf newspaper reported that contents of an official indictment against 11 alleged Al Qaeda militants arrested in July revealed the homegrown terrorist cell’s alleged plans to attack Ankara’s churches as well as their Christian clergy.
CDN says the 50-page indictment outlined the militants’ revised “jihad” strategy to begin focusing their attacks against Turkey before waging war against the United States and other countries.
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SOURCE: ASSIST News Service
Michael Ireland