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ORLANDO — The FBI is releasing parts of the 911 call transcripts made by the gunman from inside the nightclub.

“I let you know, I’m in Orlando and I did the shootings,” Omar Mateen told the 911 dispatcher, according to the transcript.

The transcript also shows Mateen spoke to the dispatcher in Arabic and that he pledged allegiance to an organization and an individual during the call, but the transcript does not include those names.

CNN has previously reported that, according to a U.S. official, Mateen had pledged allegiance to ISIS.

The FBI also released summaries of three calls between Mateen and crisis negotiators, but did not release the transcript of those calls.

In those calls, Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier, and “told the negotiator to tell America to stop bombing Syria and Iraq and that is why he was ‘out here right now,’ according to the FBI document.

“When the crisis negotiator asked the shooter what he had done, the shooter stated, ‘No. You already know what I did,’” according to the document.

Mateen killed 49 people and injured dozens more before officers stormed into the club and killed him.

“This was an act of terror and an act of hate targeted against a community, the LGBT community, the Latino community,” U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.

Lynch is expected to travel to Orlando on Tuesday, where she will meet with victims and their families.

On Saturday, many of those families were saying a final farewell to their loved ones.