Turkey Angers the Jihadists It Once Tolerated

The Islamic State is suspected in an attack in Ankara, and Turks fault their government.

After the attack, Turks protested their government.

Photographer: OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images

With Turkish authorities now singling out the Islamic State as the chief suspect in this weekend's terrorist attack in Ankara, many media outlets have turned their anger toward the government. Did Ankara invite this attack with a lax policy toward jihadists in Syria?

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