ISIS has claimed responsibility: Sri Lanka Blasts 2019

ISIS has claimed responsibility: Sri Lanka Blasts 2019.
ISIS has claimed responsibility: Sri Lanka Blasts 2019

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks on Sri Lanka suicide bombings
that has killed up to 321 peoples and more than 500 are injured.

Police told AFP that a fourth hotel was to be attacked by the plan but it was failed, fortunately.

The terror group claims “the executors of the attack that targeted citizens of coalition states & Christians in Sri Lanka two days ago were with ISIS”

Sri Lanka Government has targeted domestic Islamist extremist group (NTJ)
for suicidal bombings and believes that there was international support behind the local terrorist groups
Investigation Founded that this attack was conducted to take revenge for the mosque in New Zeland a junior minister told parliament. 

It is has been found that ISIS has provided support to local groups who commit this cowardly attack.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the terror attack posted on Tuesday by its amaq propaganda agency, no further proof was given which upholds his claim.

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Both ISIS and al-Qaeda had called on revenge attacks after the Christchurch terror shootings on March 15 by a white supremacist gunman.

The source said: “The terrorist investigation division of the police arrested a Syrian national following the attacks for interrogation.

Sri Lankan police have arrested 40 people after the bombings taken place
and among the arrested and one was a Syrian national, a source told Reuters.

State minister of defence Ruwan Wijewardene said the bombings were carried out by local Islamist extremists in retaliation for the deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand.

Seven of the eight Britons who were killed, their identity have been revealed. 

Londoner Matthew Linsey’s daughter Amelie, 15, and son Daniel, 19, was killed in one of two blasts at the Shangri-La hotel. They were on the final day of their holiday. 

Mr Linsey, 62, has told how he was forced to make the heart-wrenching decision of which injured child to save only for both to die. 

Ben Nicholson, 43, lost his wife Anita, 42, son Alex, 14, and daughter Annabel, 11, when one of seven suicide bombers struck as they ate breakfast at the Shangri-La.  







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