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Sweden holds biggest war games in 20 years

Neutral Sweden has launched its biggest war games in two decades with support from NATO countries, drilling 19,000 troops after years of spending cuts that have left the country fearful of Russia’s growing military strength. Via: Johan Ahlander  On the eve of Russia’s biggest maneuvers since 2013, which NATO says will be greater than the 13,000 troops Moscow says are involved, ...

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Iran Follows In North Korea’s Footsteps

Nuclearization, Missile Development Alongside Agreements With The Superpowers; EU3, IAEA Director-General Submitted To Obama Administration Pressure, Agreed To JCPOA With No Real Inspection, No Response To Iran’s Missile Program; French President: ‘Absolutely Necessary’ That JCPOA Be ‘Supplemented’  Via:  A. Savyon and Yigal Carmon Introduction Top Iranian officials have stated in the past that Tehran is learning from the experience of North Korea in ...

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50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe

More than 50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe. — Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counterterrorism Coordinator. Via: Soeren Kern Europol, the European police office, has identified at least 30,000 active jihadist websites, but EU legislation no longer requires internet service providers to collect and preserve metadata — including data on the location of jihadists — from their customers due to privacy ...

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Geert Wilders: ‘If we don’t fight, Europe will become Arabia’

Geert Wilders, the head of the now second-largest Dutch political party — Party for Freedom (PVV) — says the rapid Islamization of Europe poses an existential threat, one that the traditional parties are ignoring • Time is running out, he warns. Via: Eldad Beck   Geert Wilders’ office in the Dutch Parliament at The Hague looks like a bunker. To reach ...

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Britain is home to 35,000 Islamist fanatics

Britain is home to 35,000 Islamist fanatics, more than any other country in Europe, the EU anti-terror chief has said. Gilles de Kerchove warned that of those, 3,000 were “’worrying” for MI5. Via: telegraph.co.uk He also warned Islamic State will attempt a cyber-attack on nuclear power stations or air traffic control systems within five years, potentially by paying paying Russian hackers to ...

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Donald Trump to host Sept 18 meeting of world leaders on UN reform

U.S. President Donald Trump, a frequent critic of the United Nations, will seek to gather global support for reforming the world body when he hosts an event at U.N. headquarters in New York on Sept. 18, a day before he formally addresses the 193-member organization. Via: Michelle Nichols    Countries will be invited to attend Trump’s function if they sign on ...

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The Swedish Transport Administration warns of al-Qaeda’s new targets – rail traffic

Terrorist group al-Qaeda published a detailed guide on how to trace trains this week. Aftonbladet has received an email sent by the Swedish Transport Administration to, inter alia, SJ and MTR, where personnel are advised to pay attention to “track jumping” and foreign objects. Via: Adam Westin   “These are recommendations to commit terror attacks where you do not have to blow ...

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France: 60 Per Cent Rise in Extremism Since Bataclan Terror Attack

In less than two years since the Islamist Bataclan terror attack, France has seen a 60 per cent rise in the number of people on the Terrorist Prevention and Radicalisation Reporting File (FSPRT). Via: Victoria Friedman  At the time of the November 2015 coordinated assaults at the French national stadium and the Bataclan theatre, resulting in the deaths of 130 and nearly 400 injuries, ...

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46 years of terrorist attacks in Europe, visualized

From 1970 to 2016: 5,215 people died from bombings. 2,463 from assassinations. 2,270 from assaults. 957 from hostage situations. 183from hijackings. 88 from building attacks. Thousands wounded or missing. Via:  Chris Alcantara     the attacks can happen anywhere: In a holiday market outside a historic church in Berlin, on the street during a national holiday in France, in an airplane over Scotland or during the first day of school in a small ...

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UK Terrorism: ‘Enough’ is Not ‘Enough’

Were terror attacks like this simply something that the British public would have to get used to, as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, had suggested? What if the public did not want to get used to them? Via: Douglas Murray       That the UK authorities allowed the “Al-Quds Day” march to proceed through the streets of London and for ...

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