The Daesh terrorist group was plotting new terrorist acts across Europe, following the 2015 Paris attacks and 2016 Brussels bombings, the RTL broadcaster reported on Thursday, citing the results of the investigation jointly carried out by a number of European countries.

According to the RTL, the investigation by European intelligence services revealed that the Daesh group had been planning attacks on the territory from Portugal to the Western Balkans.

The investigation reportedly suspects three other Belgian citizens of planning terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels. One of them, Shakir Sh., 30, a Brussels resident, was interrogated by police but released. The second suspect, 39-year-old Mohamed Salakheddin L., a resident of Molenbeek community, is wanted.

The third suspect, Sami Jidu, 29, was killed while fighting alongside militants in Syria, according to the broadcaster.

On November 13, 2015, Paris and its northern suburb Saint-Denis were hit by a series of coordinated bomb and gun terrorist attacks, which claimed lives of 130 people.

Belgium’s Molenbeek community was confirmed to be home of Salah Abdeslam, one of the key suspects in the tragedy.
On March 22, 2016, two explosions hit the Brussels airport, with a third detonating inside a train carriage at the Maalbeek metro station half an hour later.
A total of 32 people were killed, and over 300 more were injured. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Source: Sputnik
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Long Live Syria
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The sad part is the intelligence agencies & law enforcing agencies many a times know who these guys are and on & off keep tab on them but some how these guys escape the radar and end up ramming trucks into crowds, detonate huge bombs in crowded metros or parks and go on a killing sphere end up killing so many innocent civilians. One can understand that human rights should not be violated but what about these Jihadis do they adhere to anything? No. Their only motive is to create fear and lot of death & destruction. No point in… Read more »

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The little problem is also that jihad is even a duty in a well known religious book… As long as this religion doesn’t decides to self-reform or else disappears, you’ll have shithadists.
All warrior-religions, like those practised by Hittites, Aztecs or Vikings posed the same issues… And now are gone.
Any way, even when peaceful religions become political, the results are disastrous but with a warrior-oriented religion, it’s far worst.
As long as you’ll find creepy polititian to use extremists as useful idiots to fulfil their agendas too…

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Unless that is the goal to have their citizens killed and create strife amongst groups.

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But Da’esh never attacks or threatens “Israel”. They attack/threaten Europe and other continents, they attack/threaten “Israel”‘s neighbors…. but they never attack/threaten “Israel”… I wonder why ????????????

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Wrong, they did, and several times while strangely, they’ve only attacked Iran once and have a strange tendency to not have faced IRGC or Hezbo a lot… Strangely, ISIS founder Zarqawi hid in Iran after leaving Afghanistan then was smuggled by IRGC into Iraq. After Saddam’s death, he splat from Osama+Zawahiri and allied with disgraced Iraqi Ba’athists. Having split, he was no more funded by Qatar… Guess who took the relay at funding him to fight the Yanks in Iraq? Oh, BTW, Saddam was a Ba’athist, so is Bashar… By proposing higher salaries, ISIS drew in many Nusra and FSA… Read more »

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“ISIS used US, French-made equipment in east Syria – SANA”
“Saddam was a Ba’athist, so is Bashar” Again proving your ignorance with this statement-the Iraqi and Syrian Baath party’s hate each other.

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ISIS used even more Russian equipment. Weapons builders are (most of the time) NOT the traffickers. The big 5 weapon building countries have nearly all others as clients. “the Iraqi and Syrian Baath party’s hate each other.” => At the point that during the 12 years of hardcore sanctions on Iraq, Syria was the main breaker of the embargo. Smuggling connections greatly helped to build ties which later helped to arm ISIS and having a spread in Syria too. In case you wouldn’t know, there are many people working and even living together that hate each other, but the relation… Read more »

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yes I have not heard Israel or Saudi Arabia having ISIS attacks.

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@LidMad88, the reason is that they rather fight what they consider traitors. In their eyes the traitors are the worst enemies even worse than Israeli Jews or Christians.

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“#BREAKING – Head of #Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units orders the shutdown of all PMU political and economical offices in all provinces of Iraq. Additionally, all PMU forces will withdraw from #Mosul”
– Al Sura

Also serious anti-terrorist operation in Salt, Jordan : bombs, gunfights, 1 building collapsed, terrorists and cops dead…