France has been rocked by a series of terror attacks occurring just days apart as a new poll shows that increasing numbers of French citizens no longer feel safe anywhere in their own country. The attacks come after France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault claimed there was “no connection” between Islam and terrorism while on a state visit to Indonesia.
In December 2016, Europol released a statement warning that ISIS was likely to soon enact plans to stage large scale terror attacks in multiple states across the EU. The operations have been planned since 2013 but are now being accelerated due to ISIS’ territorial losses in the Middle East to coalition forces.
Research by Disobedient Media indicates that ISIS maintains a massive network of operatives throughout the EU. This network is primarily comprised of combat veterans and command figures from Syria and Iraq in addition to organized criminal networks controlled by recruits of the terror group. ISIS maintains established control over many impoverished neighborhoods throughout Europe and has access to a large number of weapons and equipment provided by criminal enterprises in Southern and Eastern Europe. If confirmed, the research indicates that ISIS may in fact be planning to commit a high casualty terror event within the next one to two years, possibly attempting to capture ground in Europe while doing so.
A 29-year-old Egyptian man from the United Arab Emirates attempted to attack soldiers at the Louvre Museum in France Friday morning. The man was in France on a visitors visa, reports indicate. Continue reading “Attempted ‘Terror Attack’ In Louvre, French Soldier Fires On Attacker Wielding Machete”