Report: Suspect in murder of Syrian activists moved in beforehand

A prime suspect in the murder of two Syrian activists who were found slain in a city in southern Turkey in late October had moved into the home of the victims prior to the incident, a Turkish daily has reported.
Ibrahim Abdul-Qader and Fares Hamadi were found dead in an apartment in the Turkish city of ianliurfa on Oct. 30. Abdul-Qader was a founding member of Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, a group of activists who document atrocities committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in its de facto Syrian capital. In a video posted on Nov. 2, ISIL claimed responsibility for slaying the two Syrian activists and warned andquotapostatesandquot that andquotthe arm of ISIL will reach you, wherever you are.andquot
According to the Handurriyet daily, citing intelligence collected by the ianliurfa Police Department, suspect Talas al-Surur allegedly entered Turkey as a refugee and introduced himself to the activists, claiming that he had fled the atrocities of ISIL, and moved into their apartment. The murder suspect gathered intelligence about both the activists and Syrians in Turkey and transmitted the information to ISIL. He also worked to recruit fighters for the extremist group during his stay in the country.
Surur reportedly left ianliurfa following the murders and travelled to Gaziantep and then on to Kilis. He illegally crossed into Syria from Kilisand’s Elbeyli district on the same day of the murders and went to ISILand’s stronghold of Raqqa.


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