Russian Ambassador To Turkey Assassinated by Gunman Shouting “Allahu Akbar”…

When five exiled leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood were kicked out of Qatar, the government of Turkey took them in.  Turkey has also been identified as providing direct support to ISIS in Northern Syria.  In addition when Russia began attacking ISIS Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet.

Turkish President Recep Erdogan sanctions these actions, and yet Turkey remains a member of NATO.

Today the Russian ambassador to Turkey was shot dead by a Turkish police officer at an art gallery in Ankara.   Ambassador Andrey Karlov, 62, was repeatedly shot at close range by a gunman shouting: ‘Allahu Akbar (God is Great). We die in Aleppo, you die here!’

The shooter has been named on social media as Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, 22, a police officer from the Ankara police special forces department.

A video of the horrific attack captures the gunman, dressed in a suit and tie, pacing the gallery while brandishing a gun in one hand and waving the other in the air.

Meanwhile the US Security Department reported an ‘ongoing security incident’ outside the US Embassy in Ankara, near to the gallery where the shooting took place. (read more)

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285 Responses to Russian Ambassador To Turkey Assassinated by Gunman Shouting “Allahu Akbar”…

    • Bull Durham says:

      The Russians will find out “who gave the orders” for this assassination.

      Liked by 9 people

      • burnett044 says:

        BUll indeed they will and you can see that Putin has remained calm and in control…the globalist so under estimate him

        Liked by 6 people

        • Bull Durham says:

          If you get a chance there are documentaries on his history in power. One is a 4 part set called “The President” Or “President”. You see him in severe crises of the nation and how he behaves, real time, no acting. He’s handpicked by fellow FSB, ex-KGB for his intellect and personality and character. It comes through in these historic moments.

          He and Trump should get things done if they meet long enough and frequently. Both are the real deal.

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          • burnett044 says:

            Bull thanks ..and I agree Trump and Putin are for real

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

            Bull are there some links to that like on YouTube or whatever?

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          • Bull Durham says:

            It’s now in a 2 hour format.

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            • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

              Thanks!!!!!!

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            • delmarvajim says:

              Wow B D it was a little long but I felt it was worth every minute. Putin certainly seems to love his country just as much as President Trump loves America

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            • Wow!

              While watching this documentary, it occurred to me that the same forces that oppose President Elect Trump (Globalism, International Monetary Fund, etc.) also oppose Putin. Putin made Russia great again. I particularly like the part where he presides over a meeting of presidents of large companies and says that thousands of people are being held hostage to the ambitions of the presidents, and then makes them sign an agreement to, in effect, keep jobs in Russia. He concludes the meeting by saying that back salaries are to be paid, “deadline: today. Thank you.”

              When countries put their own interests first, it benefits the most people. No, nationalism does not cause wars, globalism does. Think of thousands of cars on a crowded freeway. Sure, individual drivers may become aggressive or non-cooperative, but only to a point. It is in no one’s interest to be in an accident. In fact, it’s interesting that they are called that, “accidents.”

              The more the Left tries to vilify Russian and Putin, the more I become convinced that there is something noble in both. In any event, Putin is a very special man. In many ways, he is a Russian version of our all American President Elect. If we can get through the next 31 days without the Left starting a war, the US and Russia will do wonderful things together, to the mutual benefit of millions of people in our countries.

              Number one: work together to contain Islam in Islamic countries.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          Thanks for the link.

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      • smiley says:

        ding!
        ding!
        ding!

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      • Howie says:

        Obama..a time and place.

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      • psadie says:

        What happens if it was the CIA? Will Putin call Trump…I hope so for the CIA has many rogue agents that need to be disposed of!

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      • Fhfield3@gmail.com says:

        Just another Quran obeying Muslim doing his duty…Turkey (NATO Member!) is a major gateway to Europe. Wow. How many more will they import? How many will we? Sad. Sick. Stay prepared and pray for more grace for our America.

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  1. jefcool64 says:

    There’s going to be a lot of retaliations strikes today.

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  2. starfcker says:

    What is this world coming to, when they have workplace violence in Turkey?

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  3. fedback says:

    9 dead, 50 injured, Berlin

    http://www.bild.de/

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  4. litlbit2 says:

    IMHO, the response from PUTIN, will be similar to a Israeli response for such actions of innocent people in a safe place by wacko’s of the losing agenda! Obama’s people?

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  5. Enlightened Vulgarian says:

    “Allahu Akbar is what you can get away with.” Abdul Warhol

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  6. El Torito says:

    I hope Obama didn’t order it. If he did, I hope Putin waits until Jan 21 2017 to settle it with Barry and only with Barry.

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  7. burnett044 says:

    is this a pic of the assassin in Turkey???…

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    • Gary says:

      That is the shooter

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    • Ploni says:

      Now THAT’S a piece of art I can appreciate!

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    • Howie says:

      Another crazed Muzzie Brother.

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    • psadie says:

      How convenient so he can’t talk or be tortured…the Turks are the worst when it comes to getting info from an assassin.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        In particular, the Russians can’t ask him questions — so unless his accomplices are found (which I highly doubt — he was a security operations police officer) then Erdogan’s own government can claim plausible deniability, which they are presently doing…while blaming us (they claim he was a Gulenist) and allowing for more crackdowns on their own people.

        This also gives Erdogan the right to demand protection from NATO…and he can play the victim card while setting loose more “refugees” into Europe…and he can try to stir up even more between the U.S. and Russia in hopes they will stay too busy with themselves.

        It would be also good to note that there is a connection to Abedin (Huma) to Gulen — so Saudi and Clinton ties, as well as ones with Turkey. Erdogan may decide to exploit that connection.
        Thank God Hillary lost…

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  8. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    I couldn’t till for sure if the gunman emptied his clip into the ambassador. Looks like he save at least one round.

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  9. Garr says:

    Is this a MAGA website or a Putinist website?

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  10. psadie says:

    So who gave the order on this…CIA? Obama will do ANYTHING to stop Trump from undoing his legacy including a WAR WITH RUSSIA that pulls NATO into it. We need an investigation!

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Putin has ordered the investigation. It won’t cost us a penny. Won’t be kept secret. And we don’t have to have Gowdy and Issa get close to the truth and then run and hide.

      Be patient. The foreign ministry will probably indicate the results.

      You are very correct that Obama, the Left, the Deep State ideologues want to cause as many problems for Trump as they can. Ukraine is red hot, So China Sea is bing stirred by US Navy, especially since Philippine President Duterte is getting close to China and telling us to go, get out of Subic and leave him alone.

      So.Korea, Japan, North Korea, Taiwan, are all stirred up.

      And Syria and Iraq are huge problems. Libya is an insane asylum. All very hot spots.

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      • psadie says:

        Putin is as wily as a fox and he will wait for Trump to take office and then deal with things through T-Rex. If it is CIA then Pompeo has to clean house fast. I don’t think he wants a war with the USA for what does that accomplish? Russia with all their boasting and show of military is still a THIRD WORLD COUNTRY. Take that away and what do you have…NOTHING. Also Soros has been trying to depose Putin so he can take control of Russia and its immense natural resources! Something has to be done with Soros quickly…like a drone with his name on it!

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        • Gary says:

          So you see- this is what I am having a difficult time grasping – how is that George Soros is still breathing? Many countries have felt the adverse effects of his greed and manipulation – he has ruined countless lives and done so much damage on the world scene, yet that old psychopath with his moronic, stupid grin still continues to wreak havoc, leaving a wide swath of destruction and problems where ever he and his mutant family sets foot. Why, I ask myself, has no one put him on the last train to the coast with a sniper rifle or some sort of “accident”? Or just take the whole stinking family out when they are all together.

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        • James Crawford says:

          Russia is far less powerful than the Soviet Union, but their economy is not inconsequential.

          http://statisticstimes.com/economy/projected-world-gdp-ranking.php

          More importantly, Russia’s military technology and power remains formidable. The new Armata tank is vastly superior to the outdated Abrahms. Perhaps Trump will buy the newest Merkova from Israel or the Black Panther from South Korea?

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      • quintrillion says:

        Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan bad too. No shortage of evil via Islam cult of death and destruction.

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    • Epictetus says:

      My read on this would be some rogue jihadist elements within the Turkish intelligence agencies.
      After the failed coup, Erdogan, ( who I’ve felt for a long time may be the most dangerous individual player in that region) purged all facets of government who had any pro western leanings. Turkey’s shift towards a more Islamic state should be cause for concern to anyone.

      Obama did nothing for the last 8 years with regard to Turkey, and allowed Erdogan to act as the anvil to Isis’s hammer in northern Irag and Syria against the Peshmerga.

      I doubt our government had much to do with this. I’ll even bet Erdogan is probably pretty pissed right now knowing that he has now garnered more of Vlad’s gaze.

      Don’t expect NATO to do much to assist Turkey, member or not, if Vlad knocks some heads around. Nobody I know would care much if Putin kicked Erodans a** a little.

      You want to see retaliation, just watch.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Hard to tell…but the pro-Erdogan, pro-Islamist hardcores of the AKP were protesting in front of the Russian and Iranian embassies this week; they’re the major operators with the Incirlik situation, and they’re the ones who have been given responsibility for the major crackdowns since the “coup”…Erdo’s go to guys.
      Then we have the Turkish gov’t. saying the dude was a Gulenist, so CIA/Gulen/etc. leads to “all America’s fault!”.
      Then there were rumors in Turkey that the guy was a Chechen (Russian false flag) or a Kurd (Americans again, this time the Republican side).
      My gut says: it’s probably the first explanation just because the Turkish government is throwing a lot of caca against the wall right now.

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  11. Niagara Frontier says:

    Some followers of the religion of peace obviously decided today was the day to deliver their Christmas cards. They need to know that our cards to them will be delayed, and will be delivered sometime after January 20.

    Liked by 4 people

    • bverwey says:

      Niagara, concur with thoughts, it’s only a matter of time till the hammer truly drops. I hope it is a swift and lethal blow on behalf of all the civilized word.

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  12. BMG says:

    Just also highlights the potential danger DJT puts himself in with the rallies, especially at the open air stadiums.

    His team might want to rethink continuing with these types of events.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      You know, there was some “noise” I heard on the lying MSM last night about how “Trump has no business using his own security detail along with the Secret Service” (paraphrased, MSNBC/CNN overnight).
      Well, I think Mr. Trump will tell anybody who cavils against his using his own private security (that I am sure HE is paying for) in addition to the Secret Service—that they can go to H%ll. Besides, he has his family to also protect now…

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    • rsanchez1990 says:

      The Mobile event was the last one, but I think they’ve proven so effective he should do some in 2020 when he’s up for re-election. Yes it is dangerous, but it didn’t stop Reagan from delivering a speech at the Brandenburg Gate, and even if Reagan didn’t do speeches in such open, public places that wouldn’t have helped the assassination attempt that did happen.

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  13. E J Kraus Jr says:

    Poke the bear and this bear will tear you a new one. If this leads back to the leadership in Turkey, they will rue the day. Dealing with Putin is not like dealing with BHO.

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  14. sundance says:

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  15. Bull Durham says:

    All this on the day IMF chief Christine Lagarde is found guilty of criminal negligence in France. Of course, being an Elite, she gets her hand slapped.

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  16. rsanchez1990 says:

    Putin offered a good response to the assassination. He said the only response to the assassination is to step up the fight against terrorism.

    If someone intended to provoke a response from Russia that would result in war with NATO, seems that they are failing.

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  17. liberty, not license says:

    But wait, isn’t Putin blaming this on an obscure video? I thought that is what government officials do when their ambassadors are murdered.

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  18. sundance says:

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  19. citizen817 says:

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  20. getfitnow says:

    Read the article and the letter from PE Trump about the assassination of the Russian Ambassador. THIS is how you act like a President.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4049914/Trump-lets-hair-Mar-Lago-estate-goes-tieless-holds-meeting-3-pm-stays-Twitter.html

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  21. Apfelcobbler says:

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  22. War mongering Russophobes McCain and Lindsey Graham and other Neocons are undoubtedly happy about this attack. They have armed Islamic and anti-Assad networks which ate associated with this assassin. McCain and Graham are both off kilter dangerous politicians who hate Trump almost as much as Putin. They are a threat to peace.

    Congressional Republicans should censure these two scumbags for their anti-Trump rhetoric, their attempts to smear Republican and Trump victories as Russian covert actions, and above all for their failed Middle East policy to blow up the region with their own covert action program. The assassination of this ambassador is literally a direct result of these two neoconservative globalist unAmerican war mongerers.

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  23. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Here is an analysis about tying the Muslim Brotherhood with the shooter and Turkey’s Erdogan involvement with the MB:

    http://shoebat.com/2016/12/19/the-russian-ambassadors-assassin-shouted-muslim-brotherhood-slogans-you-stupid-worthless-media-this-means-he-is-muslim-brotherhood/

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  24. Keln says:

    I’m not trying to make light of this horrible event, but this sums it up perfectly:

    At first glance I would have to assume it is an ISIS action, except ISIS hasn’t really been doing much in the realm of targeted assassinations, and this was clearly that.

    And it’s no coincidence that, following Turkey a few weeks ago more formally saying they are at war with Assad, Russia was trying to diffuse a possible situation where they could find themselves at war with Turkey as allies of Syria.

    Factor in the Islaminization of Turkey by Erdogen, and this whole thing stinks to high heaven.

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  25. why do we have 17 intelligence agencies(that we know about)?

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  26. Oldtradesman says:

    It doesn’t look like Putin is going to take the bait. That is a good thing.

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  27. Jack says:

    I smell a Jew-CIA-NeoCon plot. These fockers are always pulling crap like this to ignite unrest. Tell me how the hell is it that Mohammedans and Jews are supposed to be mortal enemies, yet somehow it’s the Russian who gets Allahu Akbar-ed? Huh? This is for Aleppo? Get the hell out of here.

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  28. Avan says:

    Let me guess….Christian radical.

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  29. Deplorable Jeff says:

    Where is the blood and shell casings ?

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  30. guitar107 says:

    One thing bothers me: no blood, no pool of blood.
    If he got shot on the torso, there should be a pool of blood under him.
    If he got shot on the back, there should be blood on his chest.
    It looks staged… just sayin’

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