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  • #REDIRECT[[2013 Volgograd terrorist attacks]]
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  • |description=Terrorist accused of being involved in the [[2008 Mumbai attacks]]. |ON_constitutes=Islamic terrorist
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  • |subjects=2011 Norway attacks |Page=The Oslo attacks - Comment and analysis
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  • [[Category:Terrorist attacks]]
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  • File:TerrorismPieChart.jpg
    Breakdown of the ethnicity/religious/political motivations behind terrorist attacks in the US from 1980 to 2005 ...ww.globalresearch.ca/non-muslims-carried-out-more-than-90-of-all-terrorist-attacks-in-america/5333619 Global Research]
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  • Pertaining to the [[2011 Norway attacks]]. [[Category:Terrorist attack]]
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  • File:Dhs-fbi-obl.pdf
    ===(U//FOUO) Potential for Unaffiliated Individuals to Conduct Retaliatory Attacks in the Homeland Following the Death of Usama Bin Ladin=== ...law enforcement officials deter, prevent, preempt, or respond to terrorist attacks directed against the United States.
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  • ...xperience as well as FAA failures that contributed to the [[September 11th attacks]].<ref name="commission">http://govinfo.library.unt.edu/911/hearings/hearin ...which examines the root cause of the government failures leading up to the attacks, as well as its nefarious aftermath which we are living through today.
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  • File:FBI Report - Terrorism 1980-2005.pdf
    |description=Non-Muslims responsible for over 90% of all terrorist attacks in America ...terrorism is minute and the perpetrators of the vast majority of terrorist attacks are NOT Muslims
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  • ...d private transport. Contains some basic points that reveal the purported "terrorist threat" to be vastly exaggerated. ...that traffic accidents claim orders or magnitude more lives than terrorist attacks?''
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  • ==False flag attacks== ...se of {{ccm}}. These are then used to promulgate [[fear]] through repeated attacks, attributed to third parties.
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  • ...The_Terror_Timeline</ref> to carry out an investigation into the terrorist attacks, the [[9/11 Commission]].
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  • * The [[9-11]] attacks killed about the same as a month of U.S. traffic accidents. ...lic transit, taking into account all risks, including recent [[terrorist]] attacks. It indicates that transit is an extremely safe mode, with
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  • File:911 Abnormal Trading.pdf
    |description=Evidence of foreknowledge about the 9-11 terrorist attacks in the form of financial trading irregularities ...ber 2001 OTM, ATM and ITM SPX index put options immediately after the 9-11 attacks. We also employ the CBOE VIX to confirm the conclusion drawn from the call
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  • File:Terrorism, Transit and Public Safety - Evaluating the Risks.pdf
    ...d private transport. Contains some basic points that reveal the purported "terrorist threat" to be vastly exaggerated. * The [[9-11]] attacks killed about the same as a month of U.S. traffic accidents.
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  • File:Collateral Damage - part 2.pdf
    ==Collateral Damage (Part 2): The Subprime Crisis and the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001==
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  • ...rities banned him from taking internal flights a week before the terrorist attacks, quoting the ''[[London Times]]'' as a source.<ref>http://web.archive.org/w
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  • |description=Palestinian terrorist group presumed to be an Israeli front. ...st Western civilians. Known as one of the most uncompromisingly militant [[terrorist]] groups ever, it was also a convenient [[Israeli]] front.
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  • ...piration for members of [[ISIL]], and of the enemy image of the "[[Islamic Terrorist]]". It is described by [[Adam Curtis]]' 2005 documentary, ''[[The Power of The sect is backed by [[spook]]s for use in [[False Flag Attacks]].<ref>http://www.globalresearch.ca/canadas-fake-posturing-about-islamophob
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  • ...t year and moved to augment the European Union’s capacity to deal with the terrorist threat. As foreseen in the European Agenda on Security put forward by the [
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  • |image=Islamic terrorist.jpg |constitutes=terrorist, enemy image
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  • ...Williams was investigating students at some of these schools for possible terrorist links. ...stigative units. He was promoted by the Bush administration after the 9/11 attacks.
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  • ...egal migrant smuggling, weapons smuggling, explosives smuggling, terrorist attacks and plots and a lack of political power and police force in Tripoli led to ...onitor/isis-attacks-tripoli-s-mitiga-airport-361e3e860316#.ko3thgs0u "ISIS Attacks Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport"]''</ref>
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  • *[[2001 Anthrax attacks]] *All or as good as all terrorist plots in this period was planned and attempted by agents provocateurs
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  • File:Collateral Damage - part 1.pdf
    ...the subsequent looting of Soviet industry, were at the heart of the 9/11 attacks. Ostensible maturity/settlement/roll-over for these instruments were dated ==Collateral Damage: U.S. Covert Operations and the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001==
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  • File:Northwoodsdocs.pdf
    ...y's plan to carry out a series of false flag attacks - including terrorist attacks in US cities - as a pretext for an invasion of Cuba. ...also the psychological motivation and modus operandi of covert false flag attacks.
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  • ==State/Terrorist Collusion== ...usion.jpg|440px|left|A mural about collusion between the UK government and terrorist forces]]
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  • |ON_constitutes=Muslim terrorist ...hijackers of [[American Airlines Flight 77]] as part of the [[September 11 attacks]].
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  • ...cooperating at high executive levels with British intelligence in planning terrorist operations, and has taken a key role in planning the cult phase of [[terror ...hreats and how they might be addressed. Assessments conclude that a second terrorist attack against the WTC is probable. Although it is considered unlikely, the
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  • |description=A powerful enemy image, a "terrorist" is someone who commits an act of "terrorism"... |sourcewatch=http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Terrorist
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  • ...[https://www.state.gov/foreign-terrorist-organizations/ US list of Foreign Terrorist Organisations (FTOs) in 2020.] ...] should immediately correct its mistake and refrain from 'whitewashing' [[terrorist]] organisations, or going backwards in international cooperation on [[count
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  • After the [[2021 Kabul Airport attacks]], he went on [[GB News]] and talked about [[ISIS-K]]. ...called ISIS-K it's quite new, it's not familiar it's not like a homegrown terrorist group like
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  • ...class of Florida first graders, even after he is told about the terrorist attacks underway in New York).
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  • ...from the Minneapolis FBI field office that might have prevented the [[9/11 attacks]]. When she testified before the [[Senate Judiciary Committee]] in June of ...d very little connection to what I knew what was behind that the terrorist attacks, and seeing "[[terrorism]]" grow. In the world right now if we wanted to be
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  • ...ule/2</ref><ref>''[https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/45336.pdf "Terrorist Exclusion List"]'', US State Department</ref> ...nd Monaghan bombings]], which killed 34 civilians, making it the deadliest terrorist attack of the conflict. The no-warning car bombings had been carried out by
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  • ...depicting a biological terrorist attack that had resemblance with the 2001 attacks; this among other things brought him on the FBI list.<ref>[http://www.histo
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  • ...from [[Islamic State]] and [[Al Qaeda]] fanatics plotting ‘mass casualty’ attacks over the [[internet]]".<ref>''[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3294 ...errorist-attacks-in-britain-exclusive "Exclusive: 'There will be terrorist attacks in Britain,' says MI5 chief"]''</ref>
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  • ...dent]] [[Dick Cheney]] for the five years after the [[9/11]] [[terrorist]] attacks on the [[United States]]. She was a member of the [[Homeland Security Deput
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  • ...uiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 ...uiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001''', a.k.a. the '''Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/
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  • ...has experienced another [[Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant]] (ISIL) [[terrorist]] attack. This time terrorists set off bombs at [[Brussels]] International ...ussels attack was linked to the November 13, 2015 [[2015-11 Paris attacks|attacks in Paris]], which targeted the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and ca
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  • |ON_constitutes=Islamic terrorist, patsy ...[[Morocco]]. He told journalists there that he had nothing to do with the attacks on New York and Washington, and had been in Morocco when they happened. He
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  • ...terrorism Evaluation Group''' was set up in the immediate aftermath of the attacks by Douglas Feith tasked with finding such a link. Described variously as th :Old ethnic, religious and political divides between terrorist groups were breaking down, the two men warned, posing an ominous new threat
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  • ...icans to sue foreign governments for allegedly playing a role in terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. ...d in or contributed to the preparation and execution of the September 11th attacks and the extrajudicial killing of Patrick Dunn."
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  • '''2015''' continued the trend of increasing [[false flag]] "[[terrorist]]" attacks. These continue to receive support from {{ccm}} which uncritically echoed t ...' were shot and killed. The {{on}} states that the attackers were [[Muslim terrorist]]s, who were quickly detected because they [[Lost and Found ID|left ID]] in
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  • |WsLink0=2001 Anthrax attacks |ExLink1Desc=In depth studies of the terrorist attack and the whole question of Weaponised Anthrax
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  • The so-called "terrorist threat" is used to attempt to justify unrelated policies or promote [[enemy ...the principal sponsor of terrorism. It finances terrorist acts, it trains terrorist groups, it supplies arms, ammunition, passports and other documents to terr
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  • |image=2008 Mumbai attacks.jpg ...ts-the-eye/</ref><ref>https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/dec/03/mumbai-attacks-us-intelligence-warning</ref>
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  • File:Dissent or Terror FINAL 0.pdf
    ...and other counter terrorism entities that have emerged since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 have worked to benefit numerous corporations engaged
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  • ...t Menzies]], the [[chief of the SIS]], suggested these be blamed on a fake terrorist group called "The Defenders of Arab Palestine". ==The Attacks==
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  • ...liate” in [[Pakistan]] and [[Afghanistan]] and was designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organisation by the [[US Department of State]] in January 2016. ...weeted that ISIS-K had claimed responsibility for the [[2021 Kabul Airport attacks]] and posted a photo of the alleged suicide bomber.<ref>''[https://twitter.
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  • ...g state and, depending on the terms of the [[NFZ]], may include preemptive attacks to prevent potential violations, reactive force targeted at violating aircr ...ipedia.org/wiki/2012_Summer_Olympics 2012 London Olympic Games,] against [[terrorist]] air attack.
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  • ...ommission threatened to fine CAN up to £250,000 in 1992, charging that its attacks on [[Bill Clinton]]'s stance on gay rights violated rules that prevent tax- .../never-before-revealed-terrorist-training-video.aspx NEVER-BEFORE-REVEALED TERRORIST TRAINING VIDEO EXPOSES 35 COMPOUNDS ON AMERICAN SOIL], Christian Action Net
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  • ...rt-as-us-tries-to-evacuate-thousands-506937 "13 U.S. troops killed in ISIS attacks on Kabul airport"]''</ref> ...eted that [[ISIS-K]] had claimed responsibility for the 2021 Kabul Airport attacks and posted a photo of suicide bomber "[[Abdul Rahman al-Lowgari]] who carri
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  • ''''A Brighter Dawn'''' (ABD) was a fictional terrorist group based on 25-40 ideologically aligned scientists and their rich backer ...nnoticed until they claimed credit on [[social media]] for the [[Clade X]] attacks. Their purchase of supplies and equipment was not unusual for a biotech com
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  • ...ne ground-breaking research on the [[Anders Breivik#2011 attacks|terrorist attacks in Norway on 22 July 2011]].<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC4OWCKlF
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  • File:Gladiodocs.pdf
    ...he 1960s, Western Europe was for two decades the main target of terrorist attacks. What these documents show is not only that the governments of senior NATO
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  • ...ny country, or to shelter or train [[terrorists]], or to plan or finance [[terrorist]] acts. ...]], which killed more than 150 people and injured upwards of 200 more. The terrorist group [[Islamic State in Khorosan Province]] ([[ISKP]]) claimed responsibil
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  • ...pied territory of the [[Golan Heights]] attended by leaders of a number of terrorist groups sponsored by [[Saudi Arabia]], [[Qatar]], [[Bahrain]], [[Turkey]], [ ...n sponsors. According to the reports distributed by the Western media, gas attacks in the city Khan Sheikhun resulted in the death of up to a 100 people due t
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  • ...In a CBC interview, he indicated that the CIA was indeed complicit in the attacks"</ref>
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  • :reporting online terrorist and [[violent extremist]] material online ...y Minister]] [[Ben Wallace]] repeated: "The horror of recent [[terrorist]] attacks in [[Europe]] and beyond is a shocking reminder of the threat we all face.
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  • ...ded to the [[2005 London bombings]] with a lot of [[enemy images]]. The "[[terrorist]]" referred to on this page was [[Jean Charles de Menezes]], an unarmed man ...ter Building 7 was brought down by a controlled demolition during the 9/11 attacks".<ref>http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/682256/Were-9-11-towers-blown-up-
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  • *T2C: Threat assessment for Irish terrorist groups. *T2D: Researches Irish terrorist groups.
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  • |description=A collection of 19 Muslim men blamed for the 9/11 attacks, 15 of whom were given visas to enter USA (in several cases, irregularly) a ...20th hijacker" a possible additional member of the group of [[September 11 attacks]] of 2001.<ref>https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/nov/17/20th-hijacke
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  • Like catastrophic [[terrorist attacks]] and [[Covid-19|pandemics]], a '''Catastrophic Power Outage''' has long be ...ture Security Agency]] to handle" severe natural disasters, cyber-physical attacks, electromagnetic events, or some combination"that "present new challenges f
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  • ...nario we could think of. The one we came up with was multiple simultaneous attacks on the Tube. Four days later, our musings became a dreadful reality."<ref>h ...her legislation is needed, including extended detention without charge for terrorist suspects.<ref>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/3535668/Britain-unprep
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  • ...' runs a website at http://www.homelandsecurityus.com focused on potential terrorist threats. It claims to be "of a network of veteran, licensed professional i ...'Special Report' based on an internet posting, which warned of an imminent terrorist attack against the United States. The first three paragraphs of the report
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  • ===Anthrax attacks=== ...hree days before the first fatality from [[anthrax]] in the [[2001 anthrax attacks]]), [[FBI]] Agent Gregory Leylegian called and asked Assaad to come in for
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  • ...ght viewers close to countless horrific events: the [[Sept. 11]] terrorist attacks, the [[Staten Island ferry crash]] and the recent steam pipe explosion in M
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  • ...ic growth since 9-11. Originally referred to [[special forces]] trained in terrorist warfare, it became a broader meaning for loss of [[civil liberties]] and a ...Investigation Agency]], which was created in response to the [[2008 Mumbai attacks]].
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  • |ON_constitutes=terrorist ...experts to have been the "operational brains" behind the [[September 11]] attacks in the [[United States]].<ref>''[https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2002/09
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  • ...016/07/16/world/europe/attack-nice-bastille-day.html|title=Death Toll From Terrorist Attack in Nice, France, Rises to 84|last=Breeden|first=Alissa J. Rubin, Ada ...[terrorist]] attack; the whole of France is under the threat of an Islamic terrorist attack". The ''[[Guardian]]'' noted that he was "the most unpopular preside
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  • ...o note that after the attack on Malala Yousafzai the casualties from drone attacks increased to 18 and 27 on the two days following the attack respectively. < ...n a few years ago and the statement of Gordon Brown that 75 percent of all terrorist plots in Britain originate out of Pakistan's Northern Areas. These were jus
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  • ...close to, ehm, closing them down, you will see the mother of all terrorist attacks.
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  • ...rge of putting names on a list, you know, who knows who would be labeled a terrorist. You know. ...e know there are terrorists, its a serious threat, and we - we know of the terrorist attack in the United States, in New York City, and we know there are terror
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  • |ON_constitutes=lone nut, Islamic terrorist ...er moving to Leytonstone he had to stop working "because of anxiety, panic attacks, and depression", and four days before the attack he had missed an appointm
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  • |description= Sharp questioning of precisely who is responsible for attacks on civilians in Europe The last time a [[Operation Gladio|wave of bomb attacks were carried out against European civilian targets]], 'leftist' or 'communi
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  • |image_caption=Locations of the attacks |description=A series of coordinated terrorist attacks in France. Suicide bomber remembered to bring his passport, which survived
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  • File:The Use of Terrorism to Construct World Order.pdf
    ...olitical process. In an emergency situation – in short of war or terrorist attacks – the security sphere ‘invades’ the sphere of democratic politics. An
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  • ...een the man behind the September 11 attacks and Abu Nidal, the Palestinian terrorist, at his Baghdad training camp]", Sunday Telegraph, 14 December 2003, p 21.<
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  • ...xpert on "[[terrorism]]"<ref name=dr/> who commented on the [[September 11 attacks]].<ref name=japantimes/> He reportedly remarked on the absence of [[Jews]] ...ator since 1998 and appeared Oct. 10 on a special program on the terrorist attacks, according to NHK."<ref name=japantimes>https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2
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  • ...streets of London and Glasgow airport were the targets of foiled terrorist attacks in June 2007. ...Secret plan to deploy 5,000 soldiers on UK streets in wake of major terror attacks"]''</ref>
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  • ...icult to quantify, although it has been clearly tied to a few so-called "[[terrorist]]" incidents, and circumstantial evidence points to its involvement in many ...licly exposed only in the [[1980s]]. This follows a series of [[false flag attacks]] targetting the civilian population, that were blamed upon [[communist]] "
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  • ...dent [[George W. Bush]] took office and before the [[911|September 11 2001 attacks]].<ref name=FT/>
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  • ...dviser on all P/CVE related issues. Emerging threats & trends re Extremist/Terrorist Networks |description="Adviser to senior civil servants in Government on Extremist & Terrorist Recruitment. Emerging trends and threats. What works and what doesn't."}}{{
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  • ...ut according to [[US state department]], have seen the number of terrorist attacks has increased by around 6500%.<ref>https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/
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  • ...ent chapter titles include "America's Gift to the World &mdash; the Afghan Terrorist Alumni", "The U.S. Versus the World at the [[United Nations]]" and "How the |"If I were president, I could stop terrorist attacks against the United States in a few days. Permanently. I would first apologi
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  • ...that hyped the threat of "terrorism" while at the same time manufacturing terrorist events for political purposes?"<ref>http://digwithin.net/2012/07/21/nexus/<
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  • ...sely mirrored by real world events a few years after. In case of terrorist attacks, there are several cases in which a [[Terrorism/Preparation|preparedness dr
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  • ...movement has been largely blamed in the Western Media for recent atrocious attacks on schools that killed scores of children and teachers. [[Keith Harmon-Snow ...vel of "Who is Boko Haram?" It's not clear who Boko Haram is. A lot of the attacks that have been perpetrated under the name of Boko Haram are obviously being
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  • ...ull and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11 attacks |name=National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
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  • ...have been an obfuscation tactic, and to have hindered response to the real attacks. Since [[Al Qaeda]] carried out the attacks and the [[US government]] was unaware of their plans, the number of ongoing
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  • [[image:Bologna1.jpg|360px|thumbnail|left|[[False flag attacks]] make up a large but unacknowledged proportion of what the {{ccm}} terms " ...erspective. After establishing this, it was launched by the [[September 11 attacks]].
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  • ...e to serve as the Staff Director of the [[National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States]]. ...[[Janet Reno]], did not go after the most flawed President rather than the terrorist threat, obliging her to tell one and all falsely after the [[9/11]] tragedy
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  • | title = The missed opportunities of 9/11: Could the attacks on America have been disrupted or delayed? | quote = A year before the 11 September attacks, Niaz Khan, 30, walked into the New York office of the FBI and told agents
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  • |description=A terrorist attack in Brussels involving 3 explosions which reportedly killed more than |predecessors=2015-11 Paris attacks
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  • ...e CIA for not sharing intelligence with him which could have prevented the attacks. Following the [[September 11th attacks]], Soufan was one of only eight FBI agents in the entire country who spoke
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  • |description=Luxembourg terrorist attacks by the local Gladio [[stay-behind network]] ...anti-terrorist units were dramatically increased, the mysterious series of attacks ended as suddenly as they began.<ref>https://www.wort.lu/fr/luxembourg/le-s
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  • |description=Devised false flag attacks and operated a personal slush fund of over a million pounds. ...roup "[[The Defenders of Arab Palestine]]" could take responsibility. Five attacks were undertaken on ships in Italian ports. One was rendered "a total loss",
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  • ...hat it was the very Italian state, supported by [[NATO]], who directed the attacks to create a confrontation between the Italian people and the Communists. ...he beginning of the investigation, already named those responsible for the attacks: the Basque pro-independence organization [[ETA]]. A few hours later, other
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  • The [[2017 Barcelona attacks]], a series of terrorist attacks in the Spanish region of [[Catalonia]], killing 16 civilians and injuring 1 {{FA|2017 Barcelona attacks}}
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