ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Brussels attack, Kurdish media reported.

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Brussels attacks, Kurdish media reported.

ISIS claimed responsibility for the terror attacks on the airport and subway system in Brussels on Tuesday, saying on its affiliated website its members used bombs and other devices to kill the more than 30 who’ve been reported dead.

“Islamic State fighters carried out a series of bombings with explosive belts and devices on Tuesday, targeting an airport and a central metro station in the center of the Belgian capital, Brussels, a country participating in the coalition against the Islamic State,” the bulletin said. “Islamic State fighters opened fire inside the Zaventem airport, before several of them detonated their explosive belts, as a martyrdom bomber detonated his explosive belt in the Maelbeek metro station.”

The claim has yet to be independently verified by intelligence officials. But it comes on the heels of several media outlets reporting similarly throughout the morning.

“We were fearing terrorist attacks, and that has now happened,” Prime Minister Charles Michel of Belgium said at a news conference, calling the attacks “blind, violent, cowardly.”

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Kurdish media outlets first reported Tuesday that ISIS had claimed responsibility for the series of blasts that shook Brussels.

Two explosions rocked the city’s main international airport and a third blast ripped through a subway station at the heart of the city, near the headquarters of the European Union.

At least 34 people were killed and many more wounded, including 92 at the airport and 106 at the subway station.

Hours later, the Associated Press, Fox News and Reuters reported ISIS claimed responsibility as well.

Two explosions rocked the city’s main international airport and a third blast ripped through a subway station at the heart of the city, near the headquarters of the European Union.

The Express reported this: “Security experts and a leading European government minister have also suggested ISIS are to blame for the Brussels atrocity.”

The attack comes just four days after Salah Abdeslam was arrested in the Belgian capital, in the Molenbeek district. Terror analysts say the Brussels bombings at the airport and transportation system could be a revenge for that arrest, or out of fear he might reveal plans about upcoming attacks.

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Meanwhile, Spanish Foreign Secretary Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo came right out and faulted ISIS, which he called by its Arabic name, Daesh.

“Let’s stop pretending,” he said, the Express reported. “Let’s worry about Daesh, which is the enemy.”

He called ISIS a “terrorist cancer,” and said: “We must be aware that as they are hit in Syria and Iraq, they are going to go elsewhere. They have sleeper cells all over the world and Belgium has a very serious problem.”

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