Column: Who is more secular, the Reina villain or those celebrating in Reina?

Hasan ÖztürkBY: Hasan Öztürk*

The Reina villain has been caught. You have been reading the story for days. But isn’t there something awkward in this story?

For example, it was written that the Reina villain was shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is the greatest) while killing those in the nightclub that night. But, apparently, on the night he was caught, he hid under the bed and squalled, “don’t kill me!” Why didn’t he scream out “Allahu Akbar” when the police officers broke his door down?

We thought the Daesh terror organization member conducted his killing spree that night in Reina because he didn’t like the lifestyles of those people partying there. But, when he was caught, he had three women living in the same house as him, and neither he nor they had a trace of piety. Isn’t that ironic?

Shouldn’t the women at least be wearing the headscarf as a sign of religiosity?

Whereas, the woman who was of Senegal origin, who was said to be a Daesh militant too, has a record of “prostitution”. Now isn’t that interesting?

Wasn’t Daesh the terror organization that bashed and stoned women to death in Iraqi streets for “adultery”?

Hadn’t the Reina villain massacred all those people because their lifestyles weren’t right in accord with his?

Yet, doesn’t this villain and those living with him seem more secular than those who went to have some fun that night at Reina?

At this point, we need to remember the lie of Daesh: their acting with “religious motivation” that they try to dictate upon us and make us believe. The Daesh terror organization, said to be motivated by religion, is used as tongs by the super mind that created it, and is inserted into regions and countries that want to be destabilized.

The Reina villain apparently came from the region CIA and MOSSAD train spies and hitmen.

His coming from that area actually gives away a lot. But no one seems to be focusing on this point.

As a result, we foolishly believe that a Daesh militant who was “coincidently” passing by Reina said, “I should attack this place,” and roamed in screaming “Allahu Akbar” and killed 39 people.

This job was way more professional and was committed by a service. The Reina militant might be a very important Daesh member, but don’t forget that those who put him there are more professional.

Oh, and who was the American who came to the airport a day after the attack in a wheelchair, waved his ticket and had a smirk on his face?

Congratulations: I would like to congratulate the whole organization through Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu, Istanbul Governor Vasip Şahin and the Istanbul Police Headquarters Director Mustafa Çalışkan. Well done!

*Hasan Öztürk is a Turkish columnist. He writes columns for Yeni Şafak Turkısh newspaper.
(Published in Yeni Şafak on Friday, Jan. 20, 2016)