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vr 16 jan 2015, 17:52

Hoe vaak ik het afgelopen jaar niet voorbij heb zien komen dat er in opsporing verzocht aandacht gevraagd werd voor gestolen politie-uniformen...

Nu hoop ik maar oprecht dat de politie daar dus serieus werk van heeft gemaakt... Alleen hoop is net zoiets als religie, dus uitgestelde teleurstelling...

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vr 16 jan 2015, 17:55

SAS rushed in to guard our streets as Al Qaeda warns 'you're next'

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The elite Special Forces have joined counter-terror police and 1,900 Army personnel in the biggest security operation since the 2012 London Olympics.

The news comes as Al Qaeda warned that France was only its third preferred target after Britain and the US.

IN PICTURES: WORLDWIDE TERROR ATTACKS OVER THE PAST 15 YEARS

Most of the Special Forces will be wearing civilian clothes, while some have donned police uniforms to accompany police officers who visit the homes of persons of interest in response to intelligence leads by MI5.

The security operation was rolled out after the Paris atrocities, in which 17 people, including three police officers, were killed as Islamic gunmen ran amok across the French capital over three days.

The bloodshed, masterminded by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, sent shockwaves around the world.

On Wednesday, fanatical brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi ambushed the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, known around the world for its regular depictions of the prophet Muhammad.

In the slaughter, 12 people were killed including five cartoonists, two police officers and the editor-in-chief Stephane Charbonnier.

In a chilling threat laid bare on news website The Intercept, an Al Qaeda spokesman said: “Why is France so thick in learning from its past mistakes. You come third in the target list, after US and Britain. If I were the latter, I would rather pull my sleeves up.”

The Sunday Express has learned that a 30-strong SAS team, divided into smaller groups, has been allocated to the Police Counter Intelligence Unit by the regiment’s inner sanctum, dubbed the Kremlin.

They form part of a “liaison plan” in which SAS troops work with the police in order to make sure that if required they already have good contacts.

An entire squadron of SAS soldiers is on permanent standby to react to an incident in the UK. Helicopters attached to 7 Squadron RAF were last night primed to rapidly transport the elite force.

The elite Special Forces have joined counter-terror police and 1,900 Army personnel in the biggest security operation since the 2012 London Olympics.

The news comes as Al Qaeda warned that France was only its third preferred target after Britain and the US.

IN PICTURES: WORLDWIDE TERROR ATTACKS OVER THE PAST 15 YEARS

Most of the Special Forces will be wearing civilian clothes, while some have donned police uniforms to accompany police officers who visit the homes of persons of interest in response to intelligence leads by MI5.

The security operation was rolled out after the Paris atrocities, in which 17 people, including three police officers, were killed as Islamic gunmen ran amok across the French capital over three days.

The bloodshed, masterminded by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, sent shockwaves around the world.

On Wednesday, fanatical brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi ambushed the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, known around the world for its regular depictions of the prophet Muhammad.

In the slaughter, 12 people were killed including five cartoonists, two police officers and the editor-in-chief Stephane Charbonnier.

In a chilling threat laid bare on news website The Intercept, an Al Qaeda spokesman said: “Why is France so thick in learning from its past mistakes. You come third in the target list, after US and Britain. If I were the latter, I would rather pull my sleeves up.”

The Sunday Express has learned that a 30-strong SAS team, divided into smaller groups, has been allocated to the Police Counter Intelligence Unit by the regiment’s inner sanctum, dubbed the Kremlin.

They form part of a “liaison plan” in which SAS troops work with the police in order to make sure that if required they already have good contacts.

An entire squadron of SAS soldiers is on permanent standby to react to an incident in the UK. Helicopters attached to 7 Squadron RAF were last night primed to rapidly transport the elite force.

A senior Army source said: “We are on firm footing – and at the state of readiness we were at the height of the security operation during the Olympic Games.”

A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence said any contingency plans were not a result of Paris. He added: “As you would expect, potential responses to threats are regularly reviewed as part of prudent planning.”

French-Algerians Said, 34, and his brother Cherif, 32, had long-established terror links.

They escaped to an industrial unit 25 miles north-east of Paris where they were shot dead during a fire fight with French Special Forces on Friday afternoon.

The pair belonged to the same Paris jihadi underground network as Amedy Coulibaly, who stormed a Jewish grocery store in the east of the city on Friday taking 15 hostages and killing four.

Coulibaly, 32, who was also shot dead by commandos, murdered rookie policewoman Clarissa Jean-Philippe after blasting her in the head on Thursday.

It emerged yesterday that the wife of the extremist who mentored two of the terrorists lives in a taxpayer-funded house in Britain.

Djamel Beghal, once accused of being Osama Bin Laden’s chief recruiter in Europe, groomed Cherif Kouachi in jail and also knew Coulibaly. Beghal’s wife Sylvie, 45, moved to Leicester because she wanted to bring up their children in an Islamic environment.

Last night Jewish communities fearing a rising tide of anti-Semitism in Europe were urged by Israel to emigrate, where they would be “welcomed with open arms”.
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vr 16 jan 2015, 17:57

European police expand anti-terrorism sweeps, arresting dozens

BERLIN — French, German and Belgian police continued anti-terrorism sweeps on Friday, arresting more than two dozen suspects as they scrambled to clamp down on networks of potential attackers with links to Islamic extremists.

In Germany, 250 police officers and three special commandos raided 11 apartments and one mosque in Berlin on Friday morning, arresting two Turkish men, a police spokesman confirmed to Mashable.

SEE ALSO: Belgium police foil 'major attack,' killing two terror suspects

The raid targeted a logistics cell that authorities say has radicalized young people. Police say there is evidence that they were preparing a terror attack in Syria. There was no indication that an attack in Germany had been planned.

Police confiscated cellphones, PCs and clothing in the raids. The two Turkish men, 41 and 43, are now in custody in Berlin.

Officials said they had been investigating five individuals for months — the two now in custody, as well as three others who were not arrested but are suspected of having been involved in the preparation of a terror attack in Syria.

Meanwhile, 13 more people were detained in Belgium and two arrested in France in an anti-terror sweep following a firefight Thursday in the eastern Belgian city of Verviers.

Two suspected terrorists were killed and a third was wounded in that raid on a suspected terrorist hideout, and federal magistrate Eric Van der Sypt said Friday that the suspects were within hours of implementing a plan to kill police on the street or in their offices.

Belgian authorities were searching for more suspects Friday, and found four military-style weapons including Kalashnikov assault rifles in more than a dozen raids, Van der Sypt said.

Across Europe, anxiety has grown as the hunt continues for potential accomplices of the three Paris gunmen.

The Paris prosecutor's office said at least 12 people were arrested in anti-terrorism raids in the area, targeting people linked to one of them — Amedy Coulibaly — who claimed ties to the Islamic State group. Police officials earlier told The Associated Press that they were seeking up to six potential accomplices.

Rob Wainwright, head of the police agency Europol, said that foiling terror attacks has become "extremely difficult" because Europe's 2,500-5,000 radicalized Muslim extremists have little command structure and are increasingly sophisticated.

Also on Friday, a bomb scare forced Paris to evacuate its busy Gare de l'Est train station during the morning rush hour. No bomb was found.

Adding to the tension, an armed man was holding at least two hostages in a post office in Colombes, a Paris suburb, French media reported. The man was known to police and the situation was not believed to be related to terrorism, BFMTV said.

John Kerry was in Paris on Friday, meeting with President Hollande and leaving a tribute at the site of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.

Hollande thanked Kerry for offering support, saying: "You've been victims yourself of an exceptional terrorist attack on Sept. 11. You know what it means for a country. ... Together, we must find appropriate responses."

In a separate speech to diplomats, Hollande said France is "waging war" against terrorism and will not back down from its international military operations against Islamic extremists in Iraq and northern Africa. France's Parliament voted this week to extend airstrikes against Islamic State extremists in Iraq.
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Dit gaat nu ook rond:
Potential Threat To Netherlands Unfolding - Dutch Intelligence briefing to press
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Anti-terrorism raids in #Europe over the past 24 hours:
#France: 10 arrested
#Belgium: 13 arrested, 2 killed
#Germany: 2 arrested
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Counter-terrorism security update

In light of the attacks in Paris last week, we have been reviewing, alongside our partners, our overall security posture. National Policing Lead for Counter-terrorism, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley provides a update

National Policing Lead for Counter Terrorism, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley:

“I wanted to make a short statement about some of the steps we are taking following the attacks in Paris last week and elsewhere.

“The UK has been at a heightened level of threat from international terrorism for some years now. We have seen attacks in a number of countries, including France, Australia and Canada over the last few months, and in Belgium last night. We have also been working with security services to investigate a variety of threats and to disrupt a number of different plots to undertake attacks here. In 2014 there were 327 arrests for terrorist offences, that is a 32 % increase compared to the previous year.

“Last summer, the national threat level was raised to SEVERE. This means a terrorist attack here is highly likely. At that time we took a number of additional steps to protect communities and the public. This included, but was by no means limited to, additional armed patrols and more visible policing. We also held a counter-terrorism awareness week before Christmas to alert the public to the need for greater vigilance, and we offered specific advice where necessary.

“But, in light of the attacks in Paris last week, we have been reviewing, alongside our partners, our overall security posture. This is a further step in a process over a number of years of learning lessons from such events. For example, since the attack in Mumbai in 2008, we have enhanced our ability to respond effectively to a marauding terrorist attack by expanding our specialist firearms capability and improving the effectiveness of the response and joint working of all the emergency services. More generally we have continued to refine our plans and to enhance our capabilities to respond to a terrorist threat which has evolved and diversified.

“The global picture of terrorist activity does give us heightened concern about the risk to the Jewish community in the UK. We are seeing continuing anti-Semitic rhetoric from extremists and attacks on this community in France and elsewhere. In addition to our existing security measures, we are in dialogue with Jewish Community leaders about further actions that we will be taking, including more patrols in key areas.

“We remain alert to the vulnerabilities of other communities . Where we do have particular concerns, we make these known to those involved. For example, we continue to be alive to those who want to exploit the current situation and create fear in our Muslim communities, with whom we work closely, to offer our protection and reassurance.

“We are also considering what further measures we might put in place to enhance the security of police officers, given some of the deliberate targeting of the police we have seen in a number of countries across Europe and the world. Chief Constables across the country are reviewing how to strengthen the protection of their officers from such attacks. Our men and women on the frontline are used to confronting risk and danger and are well-trained in how to protect the public and themselves.

“The fight against violent extremism relies upon the active support of all communities, to look out for one another in their neighbourhoods and to continue to demonstrate a show of resolve that will eventually help to defy the poisonous ideology of extremists and deny them of opportunities to harm communities. We have been pleased and encouraged by the way that public has responded to appeals to report concerns or suspicious activity. The number of calls to the anti-terrorist and other hotlines has increased significantly over the last few months. This has made an important contribution to keeping the public safe.”
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vr 16 jan 2015, 18:01

they are briefing that there may be an active cell in the Netherlands with plans to attack. That is all they are saying to the press, with no further detail.

There is talk that ISIS is activating sleeper cells across Europe, apparently in a new phase they are starting.
dat is blijkbaar gezegd in België tijdens de persconferentie eerder vandaag??!??!?!

WTF?! En onze regeerders lekker op de VRIJMIBO zekker?
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vr 16 jan 2015, 18:10

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ISIS doet oproep aan eurojihadi's: "Kill them all"

Kijk Alexander. Dát is nou een machinegeweer. En kijk Didi, dít is nou een echte terrorist. En zijn woorden klinken toch echt als onvervalste oorlogstaal, zoals zelfs Greet 'm nog nooit gebezigd heeft. "If you see a police officer, kill them. Kill them all." Instant duiding van oorlogsverslagger Rudi Vrancx (B) over deze vandaag naar buiten gebrachte video: "Als je de politie treft, dan tref je het veiligheidsapparaat in het hart en doe je een oorlogsdaad." (bron) Maar terwijl de Vlaamse politie al met machinepistolen de eigen politiebureaux bewaakt, moeten de dienders van Opstelten het doen met roestige Walthers waar te weinig mee geoefend wordt. Nou. Dan maar hopen dat de woorden van Jihad Joe hierboven niet te veel afstralen op de sleeper cells in Europa... Idem voor de paus trouwens, want met deze tokkiekwoot is hij in de huidige verhitte internationale context óók gewoon een geweldsgoedprater.

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Die Pirro is echt grappig

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Ik ga helemaal stuk... Spoort ze wel verder?
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Net op CNN:->
BREAKING Two suspects allegedly linked to Belgium terror cell held after trying to enter Italy -- Belgium prosecutor.
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vr 16 jan 2015, 19:25

Jihadist suspect detained at Dublin Airport

A suspected jihadist has been arrested at Dublin Airport as he attempted to enter the country.

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The man, a French-Algerian national, was detained by gardai this morning when he arrived off an international flight.

It is believed the suspect was travelling on a false French passport

The man is being held at Ballymun Garda Station, where he is being questioned by detectives about the false documentation in his possession.

Independent.ie understands that the man expressed support for last week's Paris attacks and was being tracked by international agencies who tipped off gardai.

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