Poutine met en garde contre la réorganisation des terroristes

Le président russe a mis en garde contre la réorganisation des terroristes, dont la mission a échoué en Irak et en Syrie.

Poutine met en garde contre la réorganisation des terroristes

Le président russe Vladimir Poutine a déclaré, ce mercredi 4 octobre, que les terroristes s’étant battus en Syrie et en Irak pourraient se réorganiser dans d’autres pays de la région et y implanter de nouvelles bases.

« Les terroristes pourraient changer de tactique et chercher de nouveaux points d’appui dans d’autres pays de la région », a indiqué M. Poutine lors d’une réunion des chefs des services de sécurité étrangers, partenaires du Service fédéral de sécurité russe (FSB).

Il a ajouté que la lutte contre le terrorisme en Syrie et en Irak n’avait pas encore détruit les infrastructures et le potentiel militaire des terroristes.

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A lógica do ISIS no ataque a Barcelona

24/08/17

O ataque terrorista reivindicado pelo Estado Islâmico do Iraque e da Síria (ISIS, na sigla em inglês) em uma zona turística da cidade de Barcelona, na Espanha, reforça o caráter seletivo no que refere aos alvos escolhidos, mas, complementarmente, a natureza indiscriminada, imprevisível e arbitrária das ações, ressaltando-se a gravidade dos atos e consequências, bem como o caráter de anomia que deseja implantar, características próprias desse fenômeno, sempre presentes quando se trata de uma ação terrorista com viés religioso. Reforçando essas características, observa-se o lugar em que ocorreu: numa das ruas mais tradicionais e de maior movimento da cidade, em pleno verão europeu, resultando na morte de mais de uma dezena de pessoas e deixando uma centena de feridos, de 18 nacionalidades.

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Governo brasileiro e ONU repudiam atentado na Finlândia

Dois mortos e oito feridos em esfaqueamento em Turku

O governo brasileiro e a Organização das Nações Unidas (ONU) manifestaram-se hoje (19) sobre o atentado a faca na cidade finlandesa de Turku, que deixou dois mortos e oito feridos. Em nota, o Itamaraty repudiou o ataque e solidarizou-se com as famílias atingidas e os cidadãos finlandeses. A ONU também expressou repúdio e deu “sinceras condolências” à Finlândia. Continuar lendo

Le management de la terreur

Le management de la terreur

Un nouvel attentat « djihadiste » vient d’avoir lieu sur les Ramblas à Barcelone, dans la zone la plus fréquentée de la ville catalane en Espagne. Le massacre est identique à celui de Nice et à celui du 9 août à Levallois Perret, contre des militaires…

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Une fois de plus, comme nous en sommes désormais accoutumés, il était tout à fait essentiel que le terroriste laisse bien en vue son passeport dans le véhicule ayant servi au massacre. Car il faut à tout prix que l’on puisse identifier la menace ! Qui nous menace et qui vient nous tuer en Europe ? Réponse sans ambiguïté, grâce au passeport : Les djihadistes !

Le but est atteint et nous savons, grâce notamment au juge Trévidic, que ces actions sont organisées avec la bénédiction de la CIA qui avait inauguré en Europe l’utilisation des djihadistes en faisant venir au Kosovo ses armées de Moudjahidin Afghans qui ont perpétré les horreurs que nous savons en Ex –Yougoslavie, (Cf., le Juge Trévidic dans « Terroristes : les 7 piliers de la déraison »)…

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Chefe da ONU nomeia diplomata russo para liderar combate ao terrorismo

21/06/17

Por Michelle Nichols e Shadia Nasralla

NAÇÕES UNIDAS/VIENA (Reuters) – O secretário-geral da Organização das Nações Unidas, António Guterres, nomeou nesta quarta-feira um diplomata russo para liderar o recém-criado escritório de combate ao terrorismo da ONU, dando a um representante de Moscou importante cargo na sede da organização em Nova York.

O embaixador russo para organizações internacionais em Viena, Vladimir Voronkov, disse à Reuters que encontrou com Guterres na terça-feira. A Reuters informou de maneira exclusiva sobre a nomeação mais cedo nesta quarta-feira.

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The CIA and Islamic State: Iran’s twin threats

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16/06/2017, by Mahan Abedin

Last Wednesday’s twin terrorist attacks in Tehran shattered a more than three- decades-long sense of security in the Iranian capital.

The last time there were major terrorist incidents in Tehran was way back in the early 1980s during the turbulent immediate post-revolutionary period.

The attacks by so-called Islamic State (IS) were followed by intense counter-terror activity. In the latest reported incident, Iranian security forces shot dead four IS-aligned terrorists in the southern Hormozgan province.

These operations underscore the scale of the terror threat and appear to validate the contents of IS’s first Farsi-language video which was released less than three months ago. In the video, IS made a direct appeal to disaffected Iranian Sunnis to rise up against the Iranian authorities by staging terrorist attacks.

The risk of repeated terror attacks is a clear worry for the Iranian authorities, not least because terrorism undermines one of the key sources of Iranian prestige, namely the ability to provide homeland security in a turbulent region. By creating a perception of instability, the Islamic State group is waging a smart psychological warfare campaign against the Iranian establishment.

But in real security terms, Iran is faced with a potentially bigger threat, this time emanating from America’s Central Intelligence Agency.

Earlier this month it was revealed that the newly appointed head of Iran operations at the CIA, Michael D’Andrea (dubbed “Ayatollah Mike”) is expected to go on the offensive against the Islamic Republic.

Managing the twin threats of IS-inspired terrorism and CIA espionage – and crucially, the potential intersection of these threats in the context of escalating regional tensions – will be the ultimate test of the Iranian security establishment’s skill and resolve.

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Caribbean to Caliphate

17/05/2017

Why are young Muslims from the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago being drawn to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq?

The Caribbean state of Trinidad and Tobago is traditionally most famous for its spectacular annual carnival, its cricketing prowess and of being the birthplace of calypso music.

But more recently it’s been getting a more disturbing reputation – as the nation with the highest recruitment rates of ISIL fighters in the Western Hemisphere.

So why have so many young Trinidadians been driven to travel thousands of kilometres to participate in the conflicts in Iraq and Syria?

According to Imam Yasin Abu Bakr, the leader of the Jamaat al-Muslimeen group, one of the main reasons why young black men are joining ISIL is their marginalisation. 

“The Africans are going to a pool of unemployment. They just sit in the ghetto and do nothing. And then drugs come in and it’s a haven for the drugs. And now the guns are in and so the murder rate is just spiralling out of control,” says Abu Bakr.

People & Power sent correspondent Juliana Ruhfus and director Dom Rotheroe to investigate how the Caribbean island nation has become a recruitment hub for ISIL.

“Politicians sometimes try to minimise the issue and say that it’s a small group of people who are criminally oriented who get involved in these things, and that is not true …”

Fonte: Al Jazeera News