Eye on Extremism, June 29, 2017

ABC News: In Mosul, Iraqi Forces Take Landmark Mosque Blown Up By IS
“Iraqi forces on Thursday captured the compound of a landmark mosque in Mosul that was blown up last week by the Islamic State group — a hugely symbolic site from where the top IS leader declared an Islamic “caliphate” nearly three years ago. The advance comes as the Iraqi troops are pushing deeper into the Old City, a densely populated neighborhood west of the Tigris River where the al-Nouri Mosque with its 12th century al-Hadba minaret once stood and where the IS militants are now making their last stand in what are expected to be the final days of the battle for Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city. Iraqi special forces reached the al-Nuri Mosque compound and took control of the surrounding streets on Thursday afternoon, following a dawn push into the area, Lt. Gen. Abdul Wahab al-Saadi of the elite force told The Associated Press.”
Voice Of America: European Officials: Islamic State ‘Renewing Itself’ Despite Battlefield Losses
“European security officials are increasingly worried that Islamic State’s reach will not fade even as the terror group loses its grip on Mosul and Raqqa, the twin capitals of its now-collapsing, self-declared caliphate. Instead, they warn of an organization that has carefully reinvented itself in order to take the fight directly to the West, with Europe in the crosshairs. ‘Despite the recent setback for the Islamic State on the battlefield, the group has reached a new level of capability,’ Manuel Navarrette, the head of Europol’s European Counterterrorism Center, warned during a recent visit to Washington. ‘ISIS has shown the capability to strike at will, at any time, at almost any chosen target,’ he said, using an acronym for the group.”
News. Com. Au: IS: How Terror Group Is Adapting To Loss Of Iraq, Syrian Territories
“Islamic State has been dealt a massive blow after losing swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, but the group remains as dangerous as ever as it evolves and makes inroads elsewhere. The embattled group is not only establishing strongholds in other countries but remains a radicalising presence online as militants continue to encourage homegrown attacks, a new report has found. International policy organisation the Counter Extremism Project warns Islamic State is continuing to evolve beyond Iraq and Syria, three years after declaring a caliphate. In its report, the CEP warns that policymakers and governments must address the changing threat the group now poses to the world. IS affiliates and supporters have carried out recent attacks in countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Sinai Peninsula, Yemen, Somalia, India, Bangladesh and the Philippines.”
The New York Times: ISIS, Aided By Ex-Taliban Groups, Makes Inroads In Northern Afghanistan
“Two Taliban groups that recently switched allegiance to the Islamic State have overrun an embattled district in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 10 government fighters and a large number of civilians, according to Afghan officials in the area. In addition, government officials accuse the Islamic State fighters of being responsible for the deaths of 15 medical patients, but it was not immediately clear if they had died from their wounds or if they had been executed by the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL. The events represent a new front for the extremist group, which is opposed by the Taliban as well as by the government and has not previously had significant successes in northern Afghanistan.”
U.S. News: Qatar Embasy Protesters Demand More US Pressure Against State-Sponsored Terrorism
“Protesters picketing outside the Embassy of Qatar on Wednesday demanded that President Donald Trump take concrete actions to pressure the country, which has been boycotted by five Arab nations, to stop its alleged sponsorship of terrorism. The approximately 50 demonstrators from the National Black Church Initiative, the Security Studies Group and immigrant advocacy group Nexus Services waved signs that read, “stop killing Christians” and “hand over terrorists.” The church group also condemned Qatar for persecuting Christians, who are mainly migrant laborers.”
The Washington Post: They Fled Boko Haram And Famine — And Then They Were Forced Back
“The soldiers arrived in the middle of the night, tearing through the village of Nigerian refugees, barging into stick huts where families slept in knots on the floor.  For years, those refugees had been on the run from Boko Haram insurgents, finally escaping across a dried riverbed that served as the border with Cameroon. They had settled in the village of Majina, where they farmed beans and millet. ‘A peaceful place,’ the men said. And then, in March, the Cameroonian soldiers arrived. The troops rounded up the refugees haphazardly and pushed them into military trucks, often separating parents from their children, according to witnesses. The refugees soon realized where they were headed: back to one of the most dangerous corners of Nigeria.”
Daily Signal: Paris To Build A ‘Wall’ Around Eiffel Tower As Terrorism Becomes Mundane In Europe
“Americans are still waiting for a border wall, but France is set to get a wall of their own by the end of the year. Unlike the American iteration, this barrier won’t be erected on the French border. It’s set to surround the Eiffel Tower to shield it from terrorist attacks. Last month, the Paris city council approved a $20 million bulletproof glass wall, just over 8 feet high, that will surround the iconic tower. In a country proudly obsessed with art and beauty, this will be an obnoxious eyesore and a reminder that war and violence is just a breath away in the seemingly pacific city of romance.”
Al Arabiya: Iran Ranks Third In Global Human Trafficking After Syria, Russia
“The US State Department published its annual report on human trafficking in the world, confirming that Iran is still ranking third on this list and noting that Tehran has not done anything to curb this phenomenon. During the Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report 2017 launch, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that “thousands of women and children in different parts of the world are being trafficked, which is a form of modern slavery.” The report’s launch was attended by President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka. According to ‘Agence France Presse’, the State Department report indicated the levels of human trafficking in the world, and stated that there are countries recognizing the existence of the problem on their territories and seeking to solve it, while others recognized but did not take any step to reduce or eradicate this problem.”
United States
Reuters: U.S. Unveils Enhanced Airline Security Plan To Avoid Laptop Ban
“The United States on Wednesday unveiled enhanced security measures for flights to the country designed to prevent expanding an in-cabin ban on laptops, but an airline trade group said the changes might cause more disruptions. The measures, which European and U.S. officials said would begin taking effect within three weeks, could require additional time to screen passengers and personal electronic devices for possible explosives. The measures would affect 325,000 airline passengers on about 2,000 commercial flights arriving daily in the United States, on 180 airlines from 280 airports in 105 countries.”
Newsweek: U.S. Military Sending Warship To Israel, Spy Planes To Syria After Chemical Weapons Report
“The U.S. military has sent spy planes to Israel and plans to dispatch a warship to Israel amid unverified Pentagon reports that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was planning a chemical weapons attack. As Assad on Tuesday visited a key airbase on Syria’s west coast that is leased by Russia, three U.S. spy planes flew just miles away over the Mediterranean Sea. An RC-135U Combat Sent, an RC-135V Rivet Joint and a P-8 Poseidon, all capable of gathering detailed intelligence on targets, were spotted off the waters of Lebanon and Syria, operating not far from the Shayrat airbase, according to The Aviationist.”
The New York Times: Parents Of Austin Tice, Held Hostage In Syria, Say He Is Alive
“The parents of Austin Tice, the journalist and former Marine from Texas who was abducted in Syria in August 2012, said on Wednesday that they had reason to believe that their son was alive. ‘We wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you if we didn’t — weren’t completely positive that Austin’s going to come home safely,’ his father, Marc Tice, told Lester Holt in an interview on ‘NBC Nightly News.’ Debra Tice and her husband, who also spoke with Matt Lauer on ‘Today’ on Wednesday morning, confirmed that the United States government had shared with them why it thought he was alive, but they would not elaborate on the reasons.”
The New York Times: White House Warning Halted Syria Chemical Attack, Officials Say
“President Trump’s national security officials declared on Wednesday that a White House warning this week to President Bashar al-Assad of Syria had succeeded in stopping a chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government. ‘They didn’t do it,’ Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters as he traveled to Belgium. In an unusual written statement on Monday night, White House officials said the United States had ‘identified potential preparations’ by the Assad government to use chemical weapons in an attack similar to one that was launched in April from an airfield in western Syria. The statement, issued by Mr. Trump’s spokesman, threatened to make Mr. Assad ‘pay a heavy price’ if he used them.”
Voice Of America: Mattis Consults NATO On Afghan Strategy
“U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is in Brussels, where he will consult with NATO allies on troop contributions and other support for Afghanistan, before announcing his own policy plan for the war-torn country. The Pentagon has promised a new Afghanistan plan by mid-July, and Michael O’Hanlon, a senior defense analyst at the Brookings Institution, expects the new plan will not be a ‘repeal and replace’ strategy, but rather a reformation of the Obama administration’s plan. ‘Mattis and Trump are just repairing a mistake, in effect, that I think President Barack Obama made. And it is, in a sense, more properly carrying out Obama’s own strategy than Obama himself did,’ O’Hanlon told VOA.”
Syria
Reuters: U.S.-Led Coalition Envoy Visits Syria To Discuss Raqqa Aftermath
“Brett McGurk, the U.S. special envoy to the coalition against Islamic State visited north Syria on Wednesday and met the council planning to run Raqqa after its capture from the jihadists to assure it of support, one of its members said. The U.S.-led coalition is supporting the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias that began fighting inside Raqqa three weeks ago. The SDF announced the creation of the Raqqa Civil Council in April to replace militant rule in a city that has for three years been Islamic State’s de facto capital in Syria.”
The Hill: Russian Official: Moscow Would React ‘With Dignity’ To US Strike On Syria
“Russia’s foreign minister on Wednesday said that Moscow would respond to a U.S. ‘provocation’ in Syria ‘proportionally and with dignity.’ Sergey Lavrov warned the U.S. against launching a preemptive strike in Syria based on intelligence assessments that the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad is planning a new chemical attack. ‘They should not create excuses for more attacks against the Syrian army that is fighting terrorists,’ Lavrov added, saying terrorist groups could try to draw the U.S. into a strike against Syria by pinning responsibility for attacks against civilians on the Assad regime.”
Reuters: Islamic State Turned On Dissenters As Raqqa Assault Neared
“Islamic State’s leaders used spies to root out suspected enemies in their ranks in the countdown to this month’s U.S.-led attack on their de-facto capital Raqqa, the wives of three Tunisian fighters who fled the Syrian town said. They described how the leaders had fled Raqqa as pressure mounted from the U.S.-backed campaign and separate offensives by Turkey-backed rebels and Russian-backed government forces. One said ordinary fighters had been left behind to die like ‘sheep’. Their accounts also indicate growing dissent within the ultra-hardline group in northern Syria in recent months.”
Reuters: Syrian Observatory Says 30 Killed In East Syria Air Strike
“The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said an air strike early on Wednesday killed at least 30 civilians and injured dozens more in a village held by Islamic State in eastern Syria. The strike, in al-Dablan, about 20 km (13 miles) southeast of al-Mayadeen on the west bank of the Euphrates, is the second in 48 hours that the Observatory says has killed dozens of people.  The identity of the jets that carried out the air strike was not known, the Observatory, a Britain-based war monitor, said.  Both a U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State, and the Syrian military backed by Russia, have targeted the jihadist group in cities and towns along the Euphrates valley.”
Iraq
Reuters: Military Pushes Deeper Into Mosul’s Old City
“Iraq’s military pushed deeper into Mosul’s Old City on Wednesday, taking two more districts from Islamic State and bringing it closer to total control of the city. The army’s 16th infantry division captured Hadarat al-Saada and al-Ahmadiyya, the military said in a statement. The areas are northwest of the historic Grand al-Nuri Mosque which the militants destroyed last week. Islamic State still controls the mosque’s grounds and about half of the territory in the Old City, its last redoubt in Mosul.”
CNN: As Iraqi Troops Near, ISIS Leaves Death And Destruction In Mosul
“What stands out most when you enter the Old City of Mosul is the smell. It’s 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius), nearly every building is smashed to pieces and there is a constant thud of explosions. But all that fades into the background as the stench of death comes closer and closer. ‘Look, there.’ A guide from Iraq’s Counter Terror Force points to the body of an ISIS militant that lies where it fell. The jihadi is blackened and bloated from days in the scorching sun. There are several more rotting corpses scattered in the rubble.”
Turkey
The New York Times: Amid Turkey’s Purge, A Renewed Attack On Kurdish Culture
“Gosto’s kebab shop is not the only diner on its block, let alone on its street. It is, however, the one that perhaps reveals most about the threat to Kurdish culture. Its owner and manager — the cheery, chubby Vural Tantekin — turned to the kebab trade only in January, after the city authorities sacked most members of his municipally run theater troupe. ‘The reason,’ said Mr. Tantekin, during an interview squeezed between kebab orders, ‘was to stop us from performing in Kurdish.’ For people like Mr. Tantekin, the fate of Diyarbakir’s theater troupe is emblematic of an ongoing assault on Kurdish culture at large.”
Deutsche Welle: Report: German Politicians Under Surveillance By Turkish Intelligence
“Some German parliamentarians have been warned that they may be under Turkish surveillance, German newspaper Die Welt reported on Wednesday. Ankara has reportedly been collecting an increasing amount of information on Bundestag members who are involved in defense as well as domestic and foreign policy. Read more: Did Turkey order spying in German classrooms? A spokeswoman for Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Agency (BKA) confirmed to Welt that the agency met with German MPs ‘in recent weeks’ to discuss ‘safety’ concerns, since ‘protecting members of the Bundestag is a legal task of the BKA.’ ‘Possible activities of foreign intelligence agencies’ were also discussed in these meetings, the spokeswoman added.”
The Washington Post: Turkey Wants Twitter’s Help In Suppressing An American Critic
“Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made no secret of his desire to extend his campaign to suppress criticism and dissent beyond Turkey’s borders. But now, his government is leaning on the management of Twitter to do his dirty work for him, by demanding that the company silence an American expert in Washington. Michael Rubin, an outspoken scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, has been a thorn in the side of the Erdogan government and his Justice and Development Party for many years. Rubin has also been the target of a lawsuit filed by the Turkish president in Turkey accusing him of making insults and supporting a terrorist organization.”
Afghanistan
Associated Press: Afghan Officials: 4 Police Officers Killed In 2 Attacks
“An Afghan official says that two policewomen have been killed by gunmen in northeastern Badakhshan province. Abdullah Naziri, head of the Badakhshan provincial council, said Wednesday that both victims were sisters who were returning to their jobs after Eid holidays. Meanwhile Jelani Farahi, the deputy police chief for southern Zabul province, said two policemen were killed when their checkpoint came under insurgent attack. Farahi said two insurgents were also killed in the attack late Tuesday night in Qalat, the provincial capital.”
Reuters: Afghans Who Helped U.S. Forces May Get More Visas Under Defense Bill
“The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee approved 4,000 more visas for Afghans who worked for U.S. forces as interpreters or support staff on Wednesday, an effort to preserve a program that had been at risk of shutting down. The committee included the additional visas in its version of the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a must-pass piece of legislation that sets priorities for the Department of Defense budget for fiscal 2018, which will be about $650 billion. The Senate and House of Representatives are currently working on separate versions of the legislation, which must be reconciled and passed by both chambers and signed by President Donald Trump before it can become law.”
Middle East
The Washington Post: Hamas To Create Buffer Zone With Egypt To Improve Ties
“Hamas has begun work on a buffer zone along Gaza’s border with Egypt, the Islamic militant group said Wednesday, as part of an effort to assure Cairo that it’s serious about preventing the cross-border flow of weapons and militants. Hamas officials hope the creation of the buffer will lead to an easing of the crippling decade-long blockade of the coastal territory. Earlier this month, Egypt invited a high-ranking Hamas delegation for rare negotiations in Cairo. The Hamas-run Interior Ministry said the creation of the 12-kilometer-long (7.5-mile), 100-meter-wide (330-foot) corridor was a result of these talks. It said construction will take about a month. There are no homes in the sandy area.”
The Times Of Israel: Iran Targeted Star Of David In Ballistic Missile Test, Israel Says
“Iran used a Star of David as a target for missile test last year, Israel said Wednesday, distributing satellite images of the site to the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday. ‘This use of the Star of David as target practice is hateful and unacceptable,’ Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon wrote in a complaint to the Council. Grainy photos provided to UN members showed what Danon said was the Jewish and Israeli symbol as the target in a test of a ballistic missile carried out last year with the impact crater visible next to it.”
Reuters: Israel Attacks Syrian Position After Mortar Lands In Golan Heights
“Israel said it attacked a Syrian military position on Wednesday after a stray mortar shell from fighting in Syria’s civil war landed inside the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. The Israeli military said the Syrian shell hit an open area in the northern Golan Heights, causing no injuries, and in response, the army ‘targeted the Syrian military position that fired the mortar’. Israel’s strike was in the village of Samadanieh al Sharqiyah in Quneitra province, close to territory where rebels have been engaged in heavy clashes with the Syrian army for the last week, Lebanese broadcaster al Mayadeen and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.”
Newsweek: ISIS In Lebanon: The Courage Of A Christian Town On The Frontline Of Jihad
“On the morning of June 27, 2016, Yosef Farris awoke, like most in the Christian town of Qaa, around 4:10am to the sound of an explosion. A policeman, he rushed toward the town center. On the way, he heard a second explosion. Then a third. By the time he arrived at the scene of the explosions, he saw what little remained of his brother, George. Moments before, George, a Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) veteran, had tackled one of the suicide bombers to the ground. The bomber then detonated his bomb, killing them both. George almost certainly saved lives, but his wife Donia, standing nearby, was critically wounded in the blast. Yousef rushed to his sister-in-law, whose torso had been ripped apart. Moments later a fourth suicide bomber emerged, who was shot and wounded, though he still managed to detonate his vest, injuring several more citizens of Qaa.”
Libya
Reuters: At Least 24 Migrants Die As Thousands Rescued In Seas Off Libya
“Red Crescent volunteers recovered the bodies of 24 migrants on Tuesday that were washed up in an eastern suburb of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, as large-scale rescues were made in the Mediterranean. Residents in Tajoura district said the bodies had begun washing up at the end of last week. Several had been partially devoured by stray dogs, according to a local coast guard official. The toll was expected to increase as the flimsy boats used to carry migrants as far as international waters normally carry more than 100 people.”
Germany
The New York Times: Germany Encounters Surge In Crime By The Far Right
“The pages of outstanding arrest warrants cover a range of crimes: robbery, blackmail, fraud, even murder. The German police classify some of the offenses as politically motivated, others as violent. But they all have one thing in common: The perpetrators are right-wing extremists. The list, issued by Germany’s Interior Ministry last month at the request of the far-left Die Linke party, included 596 outstanding arrest warrants for 462 right-wing offenders, showing a definite surge in right-wing extremism since Germany accepted nearly one million migrants and refugees in 2015.”
Europe
Newsweek: ISIS Members From Europe Can’t Get Jobs When They Return Home
“The first thing an employer will ask about a resume is any gaps between jobs. But they probably wouldn’t suspect that an applicant for a certain role who seems to have been unemployed for a few years was busy fighting for the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). Jihadis returning to their home countries in Europe are now finding out the hard way, and many cannot get a job as they try to reintegrate into western society. Swedish daily newspaper Expressen interviewed former jihadis about life after ISIS and they discussed the challenges of finding work. As many as 150 have returned to the Scandinavian country to try and rebuild their lives.”
BBC News: Migrant Crisis: Italy Threatens To Shut Ports
“Italy has threatened to stop vessels of other countries from bringing migrants to its ports. The warning came as Italy’s EU representative, Maurizio Massari, warned in a letter to the bloc the situation had become ‘unsustainable’. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni has accused other European nations of ‘looking the other way’. An estimated 10,000 people are believed to have attempted the journey from North Africa in the past four days. More than 73,000 migrants have landed in Italy this year, an increase of 14% on the same period last year.”
CNN: Spain Shuts Down Suspected ISIS Cell
“Spanish authorities have shut down a suspected ISIS terror cell on the resort island of Mallorca in a series of raids across Europe. A coordinated anti-terror operation saw officials swoop in to arrest six people for allegedly raising funds and recruiting fighters for ISIS, authorities in Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany said in statements on Wednesday. According to Spanish authorities, four of the six were detained in Mallorca, while the others were taken into custody in the UK and Germany. Spanish National Police said the investigation linking the group to ISIS started in 2015 when a website with several terrorist propaganda videos was discovered.”
Counter-Terrorism
Radar:Algeria: Military Campaign To Cut Off Supplies To Extremists
“Algerian army troops, in conjunction with civilian security forces, have tightened their control of the residential areas in the highland provinces of Skikda, Constantine and Jijel in eastern Algeria. They succeeded in doing the same in the heights of the tribal regions in Tizi Ouzou, Bouira and Boumerdes provinces, where Al Qaeda in the Maghreb, headed by Abdelmalek Droukdel, established its center. Algerian sources claim that terrorists in the mountainous areas rely on two methods to fill their daily needs. The first is to periodically descend to the residential areas at the foot of the mountains to obtain food, supplies, medicines, blankets and bottles of butane gas, by using intimidation tactics. The second method is by terror-supporting cells that collect money and supplies. Now, Algerian security authorities are striving to cut off these routes of supply and support for terrorist groups that are active in these areas.”
Terror Financing
Almaghrib Today: Reports On The Involvement Of Algerian Financiers And Businessmen In Terror Financing
“A senior Algerian security source revealed that a year ago the country’s security services launched in-depth investigations into the complicity of several businessmen and wealthy individuals from throughout the Algerian provinces in financing terrorist organizations, by allegedly granting them huge sums and backing their criminal operations. This is in exchange for assurances that they will not harm their property, endanger their lives or expose them to any form of dishonor. The bank accounts, assets and properties of the 140 businessmen were frozen. A judicial injunction prevented them from using their assets, liquid and movable funds and real estate on charges of financing terrorism and illegal graft, in 19 provinces so far. Experts from the Algerian Ministry of Finance estimate the value of the donations by wealthy businessmen and Algerian terrorist organizations at $0.5 billion per year. Sources claim that this figure is only an estimate, and it is feared the sum is much higher.”
Aljarida:Tunisian Network Specializing In Funding Terrorists Dismantled
“The Tunisian National Guard’s Unit for the Investigation of Terrorist Crimes in El Aouina uncovered a network used for financing Tunisian terrorists. The network, which was active in Tunisia, Libya and Turkey and included members from diverse nationalities, transferred large sums of money through mediators to Turkey. There, a Turkish member of the network transferred the money to Syria. Tracking of suspected network members indicated that the majority reside in Bengerdane located in Medenine province, and all of them are money changers. During a raid on their offices, 11 suspects were detained. In addition, security forces seized large amounts of Tunisian, Libyan and European currencies as well as jewelry, and four unregistered hunting rifles. Security forces also confiscated two cars not listed in Tunisia, which bore fake license plates, used for smuggling goods across the Libyan-Tunisian border. The value of the seized funds is estimated at 3 million Tunisian dinars ($1.225 million).”
ISIS
Shafaaq News: ISIS Imposes The Use Of Its Currency On Shops
“ISIS ordered shopkeepers and merchants in Syria to price all goods in its Dirham currency. The terror group set the Dirham’s value at 1000 Syrian pounds ($1.80). This move is an effort to impose ISIS’s monetary policy despite its shrinking territorial control. ISIS’s order was issued in a voice-recorded message on all the media platforms used by the terror group. ISIS also prohibited dealing in Syrian currencies in the category of 1,000-pound and 50-pound banknotes in the areas under its control. The order took effect as of June 25th. Note that ISIS did not mention the use of Syrian 500-pound banknotes. The order vowed to publish the Dirham exchange rate on a daily basis. Originally, ISIS issued its currency back in 2015.”
Muslim Brotherhood
Itfarrag: Egyptian Interpol Continues The Pursuit Of Fugitive Muslim Brotherhood Leaders
“Only four days are left for Qatar to meet the 13 demands submitted by Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt after announcing their severing of relations with Doha. Meanwhile, a security source reported that the Egyptian Interpol has renewed its “red leaflets” to hunt down the leaders and fugitive members of the Muslim Brotherhood abroad, especially in Turkey and Qatar. They are suspected of being implicated in acts of incitement and participation in acts of terrorism targeting the police. The source added that Interpol is making great efforts to make it clear that these leaders are wanted on the basis of their involvement in multiple terror-related issues. The source stressed that the security services will persist in their efforts to capture all suspects wanted by the investigative authorities.”

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