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ISIS doubled presence in Libya

The Islamic State terrorist group has doubled its number of militants in Libya in the last year, according to the top U.S. military commander in the region. Over the last 12 to 18 months, the number of Islamic State fighters in Libya shot to between 4,000 and 6,000, Army Gen. David M. Rodriguez said at a Pentagon briefing Thursday, The ...

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Brussels bomber worked at EU Parliament

One of the suicide bombers involved in the deadly attacks in Brussels last month had previously worked as a clearer at the European Parliament, officials said Thursday. The news comes as Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel admitted that the terrorist attacks, which killed 31 people and injured hundreds more, represented a security “failure,” the BBCreported. Officials did not name the ...

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Dozens of Muslims fighters back in Denmark

A new report from the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism puts Denmark near the top of the EU when it comes to the number of Muslims fighters have returned back to their home countries. According to the report, 125 foreign fighters are known to have left Denmark for Syria or Iraq. Of those, around 62 are believed to now be back in ...

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Watch Video: Islamic State Promises ‘London Next’

Islamic State (IS) terrorists have released a threatening new video, praising the attacks in Paris and Brussels and promising London, Berlin or Rome will be next. The video, titled, “Fight them, Allah will punish them by your hands” after a Quran verse (009:014) quotes another verse (191-193) calling on Muslims to, “kill [infidels] wherever you find them”. The film claims ...

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State Department Video: ‘No Doubt’ Iran Continuing to Fund Terrorism

Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon said Tuesday that there was “no doubt” Iran was continuing to fund terrorism in the Middle East. Testifying at a Senate hearing on recent Iranian missile tests and their effect on Iran nuclear deal implementation, Shannon told Sen. David Perdue (R., Ga.) “we are seeing it” all over the region. “In regard ...

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The quiet moments of sweden

Soldiers of Odin in major Gothenburg brawl   According to Swedish police, one member of the organisation, which has links to far-right groups, was taken to hospital after some type of fluid was splashed into their eye. Others filed reports to the police claiming they had been punched and kicked. “We really do not know the origin of the quarrel, ...

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Inside the Global Jihad March 30, 2016

Main events of the week On March 27, 2016, the city of Palmyra, located in the heart of the Syrian desert, was taken over by the Syrian Army and the forces supporting it. The takeover of Palmyra is a military, political and image-related achievement of the Syrian Army and Russia, which provides it with ongoing air support. The takeover of ...

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Norway’s PST wary of asylum centre radicalization

The Norwegian Police Security Service (Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste – PST) has “scaled up intelligence” in Norway after the Paris terror attack in November and says that it is now closely following all developments in Norwegian asylum centres. PST head Benedicte Bjørnland told Klassekampen at the agency launched a “national intelligence operation” after the Paris attacks, which includes PST closely watching the ...

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50 ISIS sympathisers WORK at Brussels airport, police claim

The employees at the airport in the Belgian capital, which was the target of a deadly attack claimed by ISIS last week, have been identified as supporters of the evil terror group. Some of the terrorist sympathisers even have security passes which can get them into aircraft cockpits. The shocking open letter, written by Zaventem airport police officers, comes just ...

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We can’t be like Sweden : Norway’s integration minister

A tight immigration policy and tougher requirements for those who come to Norway are important tools for avoiding radicalisation and parallel societies, Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug said on Wednesday. “Many of those who have carried out terror attacks in Europe are born and raised in France and Belgium. It shows how important it is to succeed with integration and that ...

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