(ANKARA, Turkey.) JUST IN: Anti-terrorist officers have arrested a top #IslamicState commander and had plans in his possession and had received orders to carry-out an attack as the operation is tracing other members #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.01: Turkish police have arrested the top #IslamicState (IS) commander in the country, the government says: Mahmut Ozden had “important plans” in his possession and had received orders to carry out an attack, the Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said: He was detained in Adana province, and Mr Soylu said an operation was continuing against other IS figures:

Turkey detains top #IslamicState commander in a raid who received orders from #Syria to carry out a terrorist-attack

“[The suspect] had been constantly receiving orders from both Iraq and Syria to carry out an attack in Turkey,” Mr Soylu said on Tuesday: He announced the arrest on Twitter and congratulated the police.

Ozden had been planning to carry out attacks with groups of 10 to 12 IS terrorists, Mr Soylu said: He referred to the suspect as the group’s “emir” in Turkey: Plans seized during the raid revealed he had been plotting to kidnap several politicians, according to the Daily Sabah newspaper:

Computers, documents, weapons and ammunition were also seized during the operation in the south-eastern province of Adana: Three other suspected terrorists were detained in the counterterrorism operation, the Anadolu Agency reported:

Police in Turkey have carried out numerous raids against IS. In July, 27 people suspected of planning an attack in Istanbul were detained in the city: And last week, police said they had arrested a man with links to IS who was planning an attack in Istanbul: Ammunition and a long-range weapon were recovered from the suspect’s hotel room, police said:

IS officially announced its presence in Turkey in 2019 and has conducted numerous attacks in the country: IS has said it was responsible for a number of attacks in Turkey, including a deadly shooting at an Istanbul nightclub in 2017 that left 39 people dead:

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Sept.01: 2020:

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