Turkish Intelligence Warns of ISIS Attacks on Easter Sunday
Turkey have raised the threat level for possible terror actions in the country to “severe” after the Turkish intelligence warned of planned ISIS attacks on Churches observing the Easter Sunday across the country.
Turkish Authorities said Saturday that they had obtained “reliable information” about ISIS recruits planning an attack on Christian sites on Sunday in connection with the Easter celebrations in the country.
The statement said that security forces had received the information in a police raid in the town of Gaziantep on March 9, in which several ISIS recruits had been arrested.
Turkish Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, has said his government will allocate “large portions” of the country’s coming budgets to repair the tourist decline in the country.