The body of Mehmet Öztürk, the Daesh-linked suicide bomber that claimed the lives of four civilians in Saturday's attack in Istanbul's Istiklal Street, was interred on Monday in a cemetery in Turkey's southeastern Gaziantep province.
Öztürk's family initially decided that the body to be interred in Şehitkamil's İncesu village on Tuesday where the family comes from, however, as villagers objected to the idea, Öztürk's body was interred in the city cemetery ran by the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality.
The bomber's funeral prayer was held in the morgue, and the body was interred by his father, uncle and cemetery workers.
The father threw a couple of shovels of soil, and walked away.
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