A 28 year-old Syrian Muslim blew up ten Germans in Istanbul this week.
Nabil Fadli registered as a refugee before blowing up ten Germans at an Istanbul tourist stop.
This is the face of the Istanbul suicide bomber who blew himself up in Sultanahmet square near the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, killing 11 tourists and injuring 14.
Nabil Fadli, a 28-year-old ISIS member, had recently entered the country from Syria and registered as a refugee with Turkish immigration authorities in Istanbul just one week before the attack.
CCTV footage released previously showed only the back of Fadli’s head as he passed through the immigration office.
Flowers and candles marked the site of the suicide bombing, as Syrians living in the Turkish city gathered to pay their respects to the dead and injured this evening.
Earlier today, a Turkish tour guide revealed how she spotted Fadli ‘pulling the pin’ in Sultanahmet square, and shouted at the crowd of tourists to run, moments before the massive blast.
Sibel Şatıroğlu, who was wounded in the explosion, had been guiding a group of some 25 people when she saw Fadli before he detonated the bomb which killed 10 German tourists and one Peruvian, and injured 14, one who later died in hospital.