BREAKING: Police Arrest Over 440 ISIS Linked Terrorists In This Country- Here’s The Details

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Over 440 people have been detained by anti-terrorism police for alleged links to ISIS in Turkey, according to reports. 

The state-run Anadolu Agency reported that 60 ISIS suspects, the vast majority of them foreigners, were taken into custody early Sunday in the capital, Ankara.

A total of 445 people were detained in simultaneous pre-dawn police operations that spanned several cities, including Istanbul and Gaziantep, near the border with Syria.

The largest operation was in the southeast province of Sanliurfa, where police took into custody more than 100 suspects from multiple addresses and found materials relating to ISIS militants, according to Fox News.

Security forces also apprehended nine suspects who were allegedly preparing an attack in the northwestern city of Izmir.

Anadolu did not give the nationalities of all those detained but there were 10 minors among the foreigners detained in Istanbul and the northwestern province of Kocaeli.

Turkey, which last year endured a failed coup attempt and dozens of bloody attacks linked to ISIS or Kurdish militants, has been stepping up its anti-terrorism efforts.

ISIS claimed responsibility for a New Year Eve mass shooting at an Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people. It claims to have multiple cells in Turkey.


Some of those taken into custody Sunday reportedly were active in conflict zones and engaged in recruitment efforts for ISIS, relaying its propaganda over social media.

There are no reports of Turkish liberals protesting in vagina hats, rioting or curling up in fetus positions in their safe spaces.

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