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Turkey has blocked access to more than half a dozen Islamist news websites this week, prompting one group claiming allegiance to ISIS to accuse Turkey of persecuting Muslims and warn of unspecified retaliation.Several of the websites, which were blocked to access within Turkey from late Sunday, responded by accusing Turkey of persecuting Muslims and said the telecommunications authority had imposed the ban without giving a reason.Access to other Islamist websites, including Takva Haber, Tevhidi Gundem, Mustaqim Haber and Enfal Medya was also blocked in Turkey.
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