Iran News Agency: Two women who were with the Istanbul bomber are Israeli citizens

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Iran News Agency: Two women who were with the Istanbul bomber are Israeli citizens

After the bomb attack on Istiklal Street in which 6 people lost their lives and 81 people were wounded, a remarkable news came from Israel. The identities of the two women seen next to the attacker have been revealed.

According to the first determinations, 6 people lost their lives and 81 people were injured in the explosion that occurred on Istiklal Street in Taksim, Istanbul.

Iranian news agency IRNA published a flash post about the attack carried out by Syrian national Ahlam Albashir.

Publishing the first image of the attacker, IRNA announced that the two women in the frame in question are Israeli citizens.

Israeli newspaper Ynet revealed the identities of the women in the frame.

The news reported that the women named Natalie Suisa and Or Atadegi went on vacation to Turkey and returned to Israel.

The news report stated that Natalie Suisa and Or Atadegi were on vacation with at least 8 Israeli women.

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The two women told the country’s press that Sunday was the last day of their vacation and that they rushed to their hotel after hearing the explosion.

‘We survived by a miracle, there is no other way to describe it,’ Suisa said.

The Israeli woman said the area was very crowded at the time of the attack, adding that they were surprised when the identity of the attacker was revealed.

 

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