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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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  • ...ye were arrested again on parole violations and connections to the Italian terrorist group ''[[Political-Military Communist Party|Partito Comunista Politico-Mil ==Attacks==
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  • ...analysis of Islam, had "not reduced but increased the chances of terrorist attacks". The government had proclaimed that an evil ideology had entitled it "to d ...if the resources are to flow. The west has been starkly free of terrorist "attacks" over the past decade. The lobby may plead this proves the money was well s
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  • ...Robin Cook]] told the House of Commons that "[[Al Qaeda]]" is not really a terrorist group but a database of international mujaheddin and arms smugglers used by |<big>The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any informed intelligence officer knows this. Bu
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  • ..._relations/news_article.cfm?reference=324 Domestic Management of Terrorist Attacks], 19th June 2002</ref>
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  • |description=Planned by the same group who planned the 9/11 attacks, and carried out in their wake, the DoHS is a large department which replac ...rote [[John Whitehead]] in [[2014]], was established to "prevent terrorist attacks within the United States," but "has grown from a post-[[9/11]] knee-jerk re
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  • ...blicanism]]. During this time it killed at least 14 people in gun and bomb attacks. Almost all of its victims were [[Irish Catholic|Catholic]] civilians who w ...ed Kingdom]] under the [[Terrorism Act 2000]] and has been designated as a terrorist organization by the governments of the [[Republic of Ireland]] and the [[Un
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  • ...'RAND-St Andrews Chronology of Terrorism''' is a database of international terrorist incidents that occurred between 1968 and 2009. ...he university. It purports to be a comprehensive database of international terrorist incidents, but has some obvious omissions such as [[Operation Gladio]] even
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  • ==Greatest terrorist threat== ...and Projected National Security Threats. When asked, "What is the greatest terrorist threat to the US currently?" His response was:
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  • ...was promoted by the [[George W. Bush|Bush]] administration after the 9/11 attacks. ...001, the Arizona and Minnesota FBI agents who were actively investigating “terrorist” [[patsies]] in CIA-operated flight schools.<ref>http://www.whodidit.org/
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  • ...t induced national security crisis. Uncannily predicted the [[2001 anthrax attacks]] and other narratives. Held June 2001. |interests=Terrorism, Smallpox, 2001 Anthrax attacks, Event 201, Crimson Tide, Atlantic Storm, War on Terror
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  • ...ng terrorist communication patterns and identifying the structural gaps in terrorist networks in order to target boundary spanners linking diverse cells ...of terrorists, characteristics of terror attacks, and connections between terrorist organizations.<ref>ICST Website, [http://www.icst.psu.edu/action.htm ‘Act
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  • ...in Brussels]] in particular, is EXACTLY what the those responsible for the attacks want and expect. ...ist. He leaves a lot unsaid about the precise origins of western terrorist attacks; but says nothing that rules out much fuller and darker explanations of the
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  • ...noticing that it was '''not''' the Syrian government that carried out the attacks<ref>''[http://consortiumnews.com/2013/12/29/nyt-backs-off-its-syria-sarin-a {{QB|Prominent English Blogger Eliot Higgins has been linked to American Terrorist [[Matthew Van Dyke]] and suppression of information of [[Jabhat Al-Nusra]]
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  • ...lack of ability to critically engage with the complexities of what drives terrorist activities. ...an evidence-based investigation into why certain individuals commit terror attacks... but the mandarins weren’t interested.
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  • ...ence referendum.<ref>https://humansarefree.com/2022/01/2017-spanish-terror-attacks-were-orchestrated-by-secret-service.html</ref> ...lleged mastermind Es-Satty was their informant, he was able to prepare the attacks totally undetected, catching multiple European intelligence agencies totall
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  • ...control]]. The deceitful nature of [[9-11]] and subsequent [[false flag]] attacks was initially very little known, but as technology continued to facilitate ...rror]]" on "[[Islamic terrorist]]s" was finally rolled out. [[False flag]] attacks were carried out more commonly, in a variety of nations, and with a monoton
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  • ...of the Muslim faith have been shaped by the multiplicity of [[false flag]] attacks attributed to "[[Islamic terrorists]]". [[Operation Gladio/B]], a developme ...e the rights of the [[authorities]], nominally in an effort to oppose such attacks. Generally these are couched in deliberately vague language which lacks a p
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  • ...ide assets to assist with international response for deliberate biological attacks" and what they call "[[COVID-19|other high-consequence biological events]]" ...n unusual outbreak in an area of the country recently vacated by a [[terrorist]] organization. People are complaining of flu-like symptoms—and th
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  • ...r.jpg|300px|left|thumbnail|The controlled media was quick to call the 9-11 attacks "an act of war", a decision which effectively precluded a criminal investig ...oadcasts of reporting on [[World Trade Center 7]] for some years after the attacks.{{how many}}
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  • ...tect '''"our way of life"''' (Tony Blair, Javier Solana) against terrorist attacks. She argues in favour of mandatory data retention of traffic data on all co ==The International Terrorist Threat and the Dilemmas in Countering it==
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  • ==7 July London attacks== ...Europe failed to protect 8,000 Muslims from being annihilated in the worst terrorist act in Europe of the past generation. [[Osama bin Laden]] is no more a true
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  • ...the [[Israeli–Palestinian conflict|2008/9 and 2012 Israeli war crimes and attacks on Gaza]] while riding in ambulances and reporting from hospitals. An [[Ara ...on ''[[Facebook]]'', Eva Bartlett said: "The [[sadism]] of western-backed terrorist 'rebels' and their [[White Helmets]] apologists knows no limits."
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  • ...slim movement calling for global Jihad. Most of the world considers it a [[terrorist]] organization. <ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Qaeda Wikipedia Al Qa ''"The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any informed intelligence officer knows this. Bu
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  • ...staged intelligence ops: The atrocities committed by the various Al Qaeda terrorist entities integrated by foreign mercenary forces were ordered by their Weste The terrorist undertakings are carefully planned. And then the Western governments say (q
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  • ...event(s) Silverstein stated that the two planes constituted two terrorist attacks, and so $7.11 billion would be applicable. ...BN0KN2P020150114</ref> His lawyers submitted that that "The September 11th attacks were a financial catastrophe". A judgement from the 2nd court of appeals is
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  • ...all Americans (48%) said they were “worried a great deal” about terrorist attacks in the US."<ref>http://whowhatwhy.org/2016/07/01/americans-anybody-else-wor ...inferences often drawn. Inherently threatening topics such as [[false flag attacks]] are more or less forbidden, and are the subject of 'hit pieces' which int
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  • |image_caption=The iconic "[[terrorist]]" attack on New York, designed to kick start the domestic repression phase ...followed by the [[Amerithrax]] plot. This pair of dramatic [[false flag]] attacks, kick started US imperial aggression abroad and the rollout of a [[Police S
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  • ...ing to the creation of the 9/11 [[Official opposition narrative]] that the attacks were allowed to proceed through incompetency. [[William Cooper]] warned in [[Google Trends]] reported, after a spate of "[[terrorist]]" attacks, a large increase in the number of people searching on the phrase "[[False
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  • ...ible for internal security. Dependent on the army. Caught doing false flag attacks. Despite the terrorist attack of January 1, 2011 in [[Alexandria]] attributed to a [[Palestinian]]
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  • ...that many such events seem to coincide with or immediately presage actual attacks. A "'''terror drill'''" (or '''"terror exercise"''') is a rehearsed "[[terrorist]]" attack, purportedly part of the "[[counter-terrorism]]" effort to improv
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  • ...t happened to be situated twice in two weeks to shoot video of "terrorist" attacks. ...his iPhone<ref>https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/how-one-reporter-covered-attacks-in-nice-and-munich-with-a-mobile-phone/s2/a658883/</ref> though he later "a
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  • ....amazon.co.uk/Arafat-Terrorist-Peacemaker-Alan-Hart/dp/0283990082 "Arafat, Terrorist or Peacemaker?"]</ref> He went on to play a part in Middle Eastern diplomac ==September 11 Attacks==
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  • |constitutes=terrorist ...ef>http://www.rte.ie/news/2005/0828/mcdowellm.html</ref> and a [[terrorism|terrorist]] group in the United Kingdom,<ref name=uk_illegal>[http://www.homeoffice.g
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  • ...of the [[UK Metropolitan Police]] in the wake of the [[9/11 |September 11 attacks]] purportedly to "thwart [[extremist]] attempts to recruit young British Mu ...operate with a request for assistance made by the Metropolitan Police anti-terrorist unit in February 2005. <ref>[http://www.london.gov.uk/view_press_release.js
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  • ...cture; our attacks unleash huge refugee waves and directly cause terrorist attacks here at home. There is no purpose in a military attack on Syria other than
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  • ...evised within the US government in the early 1960's to carry out terrorist attacks on US citizens and have them blamed on Cuba. Never implemented. * engineering attacks against Cuban refugees in the US, for which Castro would be blamed<br>
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  • The US is a force for good in the world. Attacks on foreign countries are well understood as "[[humanitarian intervention]]" ...is carried out violent acts, including [[assassination]]s and [[false flag attacks]] which were used to manipulate [[public opinion]]. This was briefly invest
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  • ...an resources issues associated with response management of major terrorist attacks. While these activities are aimed primarily at members, other senior securi
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  • In January 2015, following [[Charlie Hebdo shooting|terrorist attacks in Paris, France]], Steve Emerson stated in an interview on ''Fox News'' th ...AZXuzATT1vUm&cd=9 Terrorist: The Inside Story of the Highest-Ranking Iraqi Terrorist Ever to Defect to the West]'', Random House; ISBN 0-679-73701-4
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  • ...e [[fraud]], looking at related [[third rail]] issues such as [[false flag attacks]].<ref>Newcomers to this area may wish to see, for example, [[Operation Gla ...about keeping citizens safe by deterring evil "[[terrorists]]" from future attacks and foiling their [[wicked]] schemes. Citizens should rest easy that the ''
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  • ...t proved to be the case. On the contrary we have seen a persistent rise in terrorist activity and ambition in Northern Ireland over the last three years. Perhap ...and we cannot exclude the possibility that they might seek to extend their attacks to Great Britain as violent Republican groups have traditionally done. Ther
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  • ...e-united-states/</ref><ref>http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2011/08/fbi-terrorist-informants</ref>
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  • ...ue for the [[security state]] (once concerning [[Communism]] and terrorist attacks) but also for health departments, scientific research (manipulated by [[gra
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  • ...he Damascus suburbs of opposition forces using the area as a base to stage attacks against regime targets in the capital. The regime has failed to clear dozen ...stems" and allegedly also sarin nerve gas, the Ghouta area was still under terrorist control after the attack.
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  • ...i>The Moscow Bombings of September 1999: Examinations of Russian Terrorist Attacks at the Onset of Vladimir Putin’s Rule</i> (2012), <i>Russia Confronts Che
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  • ...ts." This may be the goal of the Reagan-era U.S. sponsorship of the contra attacks on Nicaragua, but Alexander and Cline do not list this as a case in point. ...century in the 1950s" (p. 57); the Pope was shot in May 1981 by a Turkish terrorist "trained and armed by the Bulgarian secret intelligence services" (p. 13);<
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  • ...s billed as "the world's most wanted terrorist" by the US for the [[9-11]] attacks presenting him as a bogeyman figure towards the western world. Osama bin la ...ttacks]] on the [[United States]], along with numerous other mass-casualty attacks against civilian and military targets".
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  • ...tacks (meaning they could claim for the same damage twice if two planes or attacks were involved) and collected $4.577 billion for WTC’s 1, 2, 4 and 5 and $ Was an Israeli commando, and prior to that he was a member of the Israeli terrorist group [[Haganah]].
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  • ...n-new-york-passports-and-ids-mysteriously-discovered-in-the-wake-of-terror-attacks/ Archive.org] saved at [https://archive.is/ZL0Vp Archive.is]</ref> ===2015-11 Paris attacks===
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  • ...six years and one year in prison respectively for their involvement in the attacks. Abu Talb maintained his innocence and said he had ended all terrorist activities in relation to [[Palestine]] at the end of 1982.
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  • |title=Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing In 2009,he became Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing in the Treasury Department, under President [[Barack Obama]]. Var
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  • ==Insured Against Terrorist Attacks== ...Center…Westfield said today that it has insurance cover against terrorist attacks and its earnings will not be materially affected.”
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  • ...and official positions there was never going to be any doubt that the 9/11 attacks would be the cause for an increase in pro-war rhetoric within government an ...false intelligence and riding the emotions of a country hurt by terrorist attacks, the neoconservatives, orchestrated by men like Gaffney, Perle and Wolfowit
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  • ...e authors recommend the implementation of low-intensity warfare, stressing attacks on "soft" targets-i.e., U.S. state-sponsored terrorism-as the appropriate U ...incidents. There are numerous other problems in determining and weighting terrorist incidents. {{ref|45}}
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  • ...ors is that neutral, fact-based, language should be used. Words such as "[[terrorist]]" are not welcome unless used inside quotation marks.</ref> Groups such as ...omote fear of [[communism]] (the enemy image) by carrying out [[false flag attacks]].
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  • ...s in Basra of collaborating with a Mahdi Army commander in order to reduce attacks on British forces. ...tion of trust and influence, an agent needs to be physically involved with terrorist operations. Thus those in the pay of the British government conducted crimi
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  • ...ntelligence services warned their US counterparts, eight months before the attacks of September 11, 2001, that [[al-Qaeda]] was planning to hijack a US-bound ...davi never gave the CIA anything specific about Iran's weapons capability, terrorist activities or any of the other charges.
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  • |subjects= Bangkok terrorist bomb attack August 2015, BBC/Censorship, Terrorism, NED, State-sponsored te |description= Analysis of the 18 August terrorist bombing in Bangkok illustrating western media (especially the BBC) bias by
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  • ...rian Arab Army]] (SAA) has been successfully defending Deir al-Zor against attacks by [[Islamic State]], and in August 2017, it was reported that the US-backe :"The ruins went to the Kurds. The remaining terrorist fighters were carefully transported to help those who are unsuccessfully de
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  • |description= Compelling analysis of the nature of the Brussels attacks of 22 March 2016 |note='''Right:''' The image that became emblematic of the Brussels attacks
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  • ..."terrorism", depicting [[9/11]], the archetypal 21<sup>st</sup> century [[terrorist]] act, but in keeping with its position as [[establishment]] [[gatekeeper]] ...ment-designated "terrorist" is ''not'' another terrorist, but a "[[counter-terrorist]]". These fundamental points are almost never mentioned a {{ccm}} more inte
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  • Pakistan warned Washington against future attacks. However, US military officials, under pressure from Obama to show progress ...esident of Pakistan, [[Asif Ali Zardari]], believes that terrorist bombing attacks inside Pakistan for which the Taliban are blamed are in fact [[CIA]] operat
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  • |constitutes=terrorist group ...tember 11 attacks|The Magnificent 19]]", praising the [[September 11, 2001 attacks]].<ref>[http://www.jihadwatch.org/2008/11/blogging-the-quran-suras-72-the-j
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  • ...liberty, equality, and human rights-the very virtues terrorist groups and terrorist states wish to eradicate-and answer those who seek to erode our nation's re ...onducted by think-tanks with close links to Israel’s ruling circles. Such attacks on MESA date back to 1967 and the Arab-Israeli war. The role of organisati
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  • .../ref>. Both Britain and Israel have [[Lavon affair|a history of false flag attacks]] in Egypt. ...the story of how they were set up by the government to carry out terrorist attacks.<ref name=alarabiya/>
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  • ...rolific anti-[[muslim]] film-maker and were convicted of planning multiple attacks on the parliamentary quarter, [[Schiphol Airport]], politicians and nuclear
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  • ...g to myself, “What is happening? These are Police officers? These are Anti-Terrorist Branch detectives? They are not supposed to be hitting me like this?” I .... There is no smoke without fire. Maybe these people did have explosives, terrorist plans and maps in their possession?” Unlike countries such as France and
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  • |title=Statement to the House on Terrorist Financing ...he [[9/11 Commission|commission]] investigating the [[September 11 attacks|attacks of September 11, 2001]].
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  • ==Terrorist Risk Advisors Network== ...ssociate international policy analyst at RAND Historical data on terrorism attacks
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  • ...ne Stewart]] to 28 months in prison for providing material assistance to a terrorist, her client, [[1993 World Trade Center bombing]] mastermind [[Omar Abdel-Ra ...wounded [[American]]s, saying the US courts lack jurisdiction because the attacks were random and not aimed at the [[United States]].<ref>''[https://unitedwi
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  • ...s running a drill at "precisely" the same stations at the same time as the attacks took place. ...n running a drill at "precisely" the same stations at the same time as the attacks took place.<ref name="ITV">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKvkhe3rqtc Vide
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  • ...sections devoted to it in Laqueur's book. South Africa is never cited as a terrorist state, and RENAMO does not appear in the index.<ref>A more complete tabulat ...143, 275. </ref> But terrorist acts of Western states are never designated terrorist â€â€? the word is reserved for the acts of groups and states th
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  • |subjects=Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack, Strategy of tension, Deep state, False flag ...with [[Umberto Pascali]] on the [[Operation Gladio | Gladio-style]] terror attacks in France 2015 and the pressure upon European states to maintain a closed f
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  • ...of Mossad involvement in sabotage at Iranian nuclear facilities and sneak attacks on Iranian scientists and military personnel. Iranian media have reported t ...re. I think that a person's life is forfeit the moment he decides to adopt terrorist tactics.
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  • ...-717 Jewish Review: "recruited nine young Egyptian Jews to stage terrorist attacks] that, they thought, would be blamed on local insurgents and would discredi ...ously thin, perhaps because Israel has denied or accused others of so many attacks. The article has just a one-line mention for the Lavon affair and no mentio
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  • |note='''Image right:''' Robert Downey Jr poses with terrorist captors in promotional image for ''Iron Man 3'' ...aracter, The Mandarin, playing the laughable role of the British actor cum terrorist. In the plot, the terrorists were fake, kidnapping Iron Man and holding hi
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  • ...xpecting different results. Despite the catastrophic effects of the [[2011 Attacks on Libya|2011 military intervention]], momentum seemed to be growing among ...5, and closed down the training camps that had hosted the whole panoply of terrorist groups ranging from the [[Irish Republican Army]] to the Basque ETA to the
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  • * Prosecution of [[terrorist]]s and terrorism related offences ...sed on "pursuing terrorists and those that sponsor them" and "reducing the terrorist threat to the UK and to UK interests overseas by disrupting terrorists and
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  • ...(2001–present)|American]] [[U.S. military response during the September 11 attacks|invasion]] of [[Taliban-administered Afghanistan|Afghanistan]] on October 2 ...the [[Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh|Omar Sheikh]], a [[British people|British]] terrorist and former [[Secret Intelligence Service|MI-6 agent]], from Karachi in 2002
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  • ...cargo ship sunk by French agents in 1958. Blamed on fictional [[Red Hand]] terrorist organization. ...had been carried out in the context of the [[Algerian War]], allegedly by terrorist organization [[the Red Hand]].
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  • ...constraints on intelligence gathering in a free society, and the threat of attacks on nuclear installations and other sensitive targets.<ref>RAND Corporation
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  • ...with the constant threat of rocket attacks from a movement which espouses terrorist violence and denies Israel's right to exist. But Israel's approach is self- ...iguously Israel's tactics, just as he has rightly condemned Hamas's rocket attacks. Then he must lead the EU into using its economic and diplomatic leverage i
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  • ...nference in Jerusalem]], the most common pattern in the West has been bomb attacks which [[authorities]] and the {{ccm}} quickly blame on [[suicide bombings|s ...tly, perhaps the most common false flag in Western nations have been bombs attacks blamed on Muslims designed to fuel fear and promote the "war on terror".
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  • ===December 1985 attacks=== ...sts in Rome, and the arrest of the fourth, who was wounded. In Vienna, one terrorist was killed and two were caught. During the Vienna incident, [[El Al]] secur
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  • ...itted that he really doesn't know much at all about "whoever conducted the attacks." But hey: just like it is "highly likely" that Russia poisoned [[Sergei Sk ...ructors" are currently training militants to stage [[false flag]] chemical attacks in south Syria, i.e., the catalyst that will be used to justify the US atta
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  • |description=A series of coordinated attacks on London's public transport system during the morning rush hour, allegedly ...nd more than 700 were injured in the attacks, making it the UK's deadliest terrorist incident since the 1988 bombing of [[Pan Am Flight 103]]. [[Cressida Dick]]
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  • ...ter-latest/ "London terror attack condemned by Theresa May as British-born terrorist kills three in Westminster rampage"]</ref><ref>http://21stcenturywire.com/2 |text=The terrorist attack staged by [[Khalid Masood]] on 22 March 2017, in which he attempted
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  • |source_details=The "Terrorist Threat" in Britain, No. 17 ...hods of combatting them.' More than 25 per cent of international terrorist attacks are now, the foundation says, directed at private industry and commerce.<re
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  • ...ted that, following [[NATO]]'s campaign in 2011, ''"[[Libya]] has become a terrorist safe haven"''. But NATO's military encirclement has accelerated, along with US-orchestrated attacks on ethnic Russians in Ukraine. If Putin can be provoked into coming to thei
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  • ...ni Ventura and Rauti were arrested and charged with planning the terrorist attacks of 25 April 1969 at the Trade Fair and Railway Station in [[Milan]], and th
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  • ...eat of terrorism which is at its most dangerous levels since the attempted attacks on the Tiger-Tiger nightclub in 2007. ...speak to you today. The Metropolitan Police and, in particular our Counter Terrorist Command, has a longstanding and special relationship with RUSI and long may
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  • ...Paper'', Hayes was approached by families of victims of the September 11th attacks in February 2004<ref>Greg Hambrick, [http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/gyr ...ht several punitive civil cases representing victims of the September 11th attacks).<ref>9-11 Families United To Bankrupt Terrorism, Washington Group, [http:/
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  • ...exposure of [[The Deep State]]. Its increased the level of "[[terrorist]]" attacks, especially in [[Europe]], and developed [[concepts]] such as "[[hate speec ...the "[[counter-terrorism]]" industry and the awareness of the [[false flag attacks]] which are carried out as part of [[Operation Gladio/B]]. "[[Terrorism]]"
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  • ...], warned that the [[2003 Iraq War|invasion of Iraq]] would increase the [[terrorist]] threat in [[Britain]]. Two days after the [[9/11]] attacks on the [[US]] in 2001, I wrote in ''[[The Guardian]]'':{{QB|“Not long ago
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  • ...careless use of words which carry emotional or value judgements. The word "terrorist" itself can be a barrier rather than an aid to understanding. We should try ...[[Operation Gladio]], the BBC has said almost nothing about [[false flag]] attacks. Since there is plentiful evidence that these make up an ever larger propor
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  • ...d Irish Republicans that the suspected links between the IRA and Colombian terrorist groups could have "potentially serious consequences for the role of the Uni
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  • |subjects=2011 Norway attacks Both genuine terrorist and false flag terror events will always redefine the genre. There exist m
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  • ...more than two decades as a private sector intelligence researcher tracking terrorist organisations and extremist groups, in large part through their electronic ...ed that [[ISIS-K]] had claimed responsibility for the [[2021 Kabul Airport attacks]] and posted a photo of suicide bomber "[[Abdul Rahman al-Lowgari]] who car
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  • |description=Former German Cabinet Minister Attacks Official Brainwashing On 9-11. Instead of Bin Laden, he suggests that Zbign ...erated by the same operation, after all. As for the 11 September terrorist attacks as such, von Buelow remarked:
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  • ...ich was losing its hold on the public imagination after 8 years without a "terrorist" incident in USA. .../program/79009</ref> and has energetically researched other [[false flag]] attacks. He has published on [[Natural News]].<ref>http://www.naturalnews.com/05192
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  • ...operational responses, and advised government in matters such as terrorist attacks and civil emergencies. ACPO coordinated national police operations, major i
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  • With a recent rise in terrorist attacks in the UK, we need clarity on the impact UK policies abroad can have on the ...ar in [[Libya]]. The UK secretly deployed troops and conducted massive air attacks, aiming to overthrow Libyan ruler [[Colonel Gaddafi]].
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  • ...f he had considered whether that wasn't perhaps precisely the point of the attacks. Unfazed, he reiterated his belief that I am a crazed conspiracy theorist. ...e the most likely suspects. But is that the case? Was it a state-sponsored terrorist group that had the most to gain by launching such an assault? Or was it our
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  • ...]] and [[Licio Gelli]] all of whom were involved in the spate of terrorist attacks in [[Cold War]] Italy which exposed [[Operation Gladio]].<ref>[[Document:De
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  • ...ith Corbyn's unenthusiastic response for the assassination of the [[ISIS]] terrorist 'Jihadi John' in Syria in a UK-supported drone strike - demanding to be tol These are the words that launched a thousand attacks. Note - there was no outright refusal to allow security forces to shoot and
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  • ...omsky has become a gatekeeper by his refusal to contemplate [[false flag]] attacks. ...he world,<ref>http://www.oye.news/news/war/terrorism/united-states-biggest-terrorist-group-world-noam-chomsky/</ref> but is a firm supporter of the the US gover
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  • ...ht several punitive civil cases representing victims of the September 11th attacks. Cochran has also lobbied for the [[Investigative Project]] and [[Steve Eme ...dson.org/files/publications/AndrewCochranCTConferenceSpeech.pdf 'Combating Terrorist Financing and the 110th Congress' (PDF)], 30 January 2007</ref> These exper
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  • ...rrorist organisations', it was in fact conceived long before by a group of terrorist experts, including his father and the groundwork laid at a 1979 [[JCIT|conf ...te Department]] reveals that since [[2001]], the number of "[[terrorist]]" attacks has ''increased'' by around 6500%.<ref>https://medium.com/insurge-intellige
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  • ...of New York]] with committing a [[Domestic terrorism in the United States|terrorist act]] on a [[mass transit]] system. ...r made a partial list of items which point to the likelihood of the subway attacks being a staged affair<ref>https://markcrispinmiller.substack.com/p/some-rea
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  • ...calendar” published by IACSP featuring anniversaries of previous terrorist attacks. The Press Association reported that “The calendar is the brainchild of L ...quality, coated stock, depicting the anniversary dates of major terrorist attacks throughout the world.’ <ref>[[Media:The Terrorism 2000 Anniversaries Cale
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  • ...rism," he said. "That is liable to be a catalyst for intensified terrorist attacks." He later added, "The evacuation [of the Israelis from] the Gaza Strip may
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  • ...as well as his views on the current lack of preparedness for new terrorist attacks.
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  • ...not only behind the '93 Trade Center attack, but also every anti-American terrorist incident of the past decade, from the bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya a ...OMMUNITY/10/29/mylroie/ Laurie Mylroie: Is Iraq involved with U.S. terror attacks?]
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  • McCallum led MI5's strategic response to the 2017 terrorist attacks ([[2017 Westminster attack]], [[2017 Manchester bombing]] and the [[June 20
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  • ...who were given exclusive access to Ground Zero following the September 11 Attacks in New York in 2001. After gradually coming to doubt the official narrative ...who were given exclusive access to Ground Zero following the September 11 Attacks in New York in 2001.<ref name=911b/>
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  • ...ups that helped create and then carry out the [[9/11|September 11th 2001]] attacks. Within months of this photo being taken, Belhadj oversaw the murders by [[ ==Terrorist career==
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  • ...ar weapons]]). We will maintain our role as the greatest [[terrorism|state terrorist]] by keeping the nuclear Damocles sword over the heads of the people of the ...nst whom we will use them. We will maintain our role as the greatest state terrorist by keeping the nuclear Damocles sword over the heads of the people of the w
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  • ..."Action Counters Terrorism" campaign that "The horror of recent terrorist attacks in Europe and beyond is a shocking reminder of the threat we all face..."<r
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  • |ON_constitutes=terrorist ...telephone calls were made between the London bombers and Aswat before the attacks of 7/7, caution that the calls may have been made to a phone linked to Aswa
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  • ..., France. They shot and killed twelve people before escaping. Another four attacks occurred across the Île-de-France region in the next two days, killing fiv The {{ccm}} generally assigns responsibility for the attacks to "[[Islamic Terrorist]]s" who were avenging the Prophet Mohammed and shouted "Allahu akbar". The
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  • From evidence that has emerged from the recent bloody riots and attacks by armed militants, on the Almaty airport, media and government buildings o For years Erdoğan has been covertly training Al Qaeda and ISIS (terrorist organizations, both banned in Russia) jihadists inside Turkey and transport
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  • ...form under his "Doctors Under Fire" persona. But again, it was second-hand terrorist propaganda. Here, the impressive ''Off-Guardian'' website exposes the Syria ....jpg|240px|right|thumb|"Hamish has unearthed evidence of multiple chemical attacks in Syria"]]
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  • ...a fast-moving and deadly [[epidemic]] released on purpose by a [[terrorism|terrorist group]] consisting of scientists and their rich backers wanting to reduce [ 'A Brighter Dawn' was a fictional "[[terrorist]]" group mentioned in the background material of the exercise. The group re
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  • |description=Evidence for Informed Trading based on foreknowledge of the 9-11 attacks ...w.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/11/18/evidence-for-informed-trading-on-the-attacks-of-september-11/
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  • ...e generators. Threat -and violence -based communication processes b etween terrorist (organization), ( imperiled ) victims, and main targets are used to manipul ...." Not a word about the assassination of Iranian scientists, nor about the attacks of Mujahideen of the People.
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  • ...sponsibility — working with its many partners — to protect the nation from attacks by [[violent extremist]]s."<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20160210033042/h ===Terrorist Agents Provocateurs===
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  • |description=Evidence that the chemical weapons attacks in Syria are the work of the Syrian rebels and not government forces. |comment=Evidence that the chemical weapons attacks in Syria are the work of the Syrian rebels and not government forces. This
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  • ...security service, MI5, works here in the UK, protecting the homeland from terrorist attack and other threats. So why do we need secret intelligence? Well, let's start with the terrorist problem.
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  • ...evertheless contains valuable insights into so-called "terrorism" and anti-terrorist operations generally ...y, and take too many short cuts in seeking solutions. Despite what counter-terrorist experts claim about wanting to make what they are doing predictable - some
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  • ...ent from the Senate, Kerrey served on the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, commonly known as the 9/11 Commission.
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  • ...ilmour, p. 153</ref> Gilmour claims that he helped to foil many other IRA attacks, saving the lives of numerous police and soldiers. In November 1981, he wa ...were then arrested in Derry on his evidence, of whom 35 were charged with terrorist offences.<ref>Gilmour p.352, [http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/chron/ch84.ht
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  • ...address the legal aspect of this, with the result that CCTV footage of "[[terrorist]]" [[events]] is persistently [[#'Unavailable' CCTV footage|unavailable]] o ...o requisition CCTV footage of the [[Nice truck event]] from the "[[counter terrorist]]" group that had taken control of it.]]
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  • ...ll out the "[[war on terror]]" by promoting US/NATO-sponsored [[false flag attacks]] to be blamed on "[[Muslim terrorists]]". ...uted [[Muslims]] for [[fascist]]s, and continues to carry out [[false flag attacks]] in [[Europe]] and maybe elsewhere.
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  • Christopher Bollyn has noted that prior to the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks, SRI International was awarded several Dept. of Defense Contracts. SRI Inte
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  • ...ews/2013-05-16/hollywood-and-911-movies-and-tv-dramas-resembling-terrorist-attacks-were-being-produced-september-2001</ref> ...rs before the plane set off for New York. Mr Manly was interviewed by anti-terrorist officers a month after the tragedy, but his evidence was "lost" and never u
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  • ...=Interview with Osama bin Laden by Pakistani newspaper soon after the 9-11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and Pentagon ...ttacks]]. '''Osama bin Laden categorically denies his involvement in those attacks.'''
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  • ...ontending that the country has had a "shadowy history of suspicious terror attacks, murky investigations, and [[fake encounters]]".<ref>https://www.theguardia ...h the argument that this war would be a retaliation for the [[September 11 attacks]]: "The bombing of Afghanistan is not revenge for New York and Washington.
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  • ===9/11 Attacks=== ...ler flew to Washington to liase with US authorities the day after [[9/11]] attacks. She also participated in a subsequent security review which led to a ring
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  • ...w enforcement agents have had in past months investigating "[[terrorist]]" attacks and other crimes.<ref>https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/government/germ ...y people believe that no sovereign government, police agency, criminal or terrorist group needs to know their plans ''immediately''; and that when proper encry
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  • ...d purpose, which is to stop rocket attacks from Gaza, destroy [[Hamas]]'s "terrorist infrastructure" of "death tunnels" and so on, and break its hold on politic We must also consider the numerous apparently deliberate attacks on civilians. Perhaps the most egregious example is the yesterday's shellin
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  • ...ist Political Violence" because only two of the groups were ever labelled "terrorist" in Israel and the Western media. (Though there is also an understandable c ...ed themselves by extortion and robbery. All of them attacked, or supported attacks on, Palestinian civilians (Jews and Christians often suffering as much as M
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  • ...to have become increasingly important in the wake of some recent terrorist attacks<ref>http://www.mtv3.fi/uutiset/kotimaa.shtml/katainen-nato-entista-tarkeamp
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  • ...zation]] to violence, being primarily focused on [[ISIS]]’. In regards to "terrorist organisations" Quick oversaw all content initiatives, both internal and ext ...rs in the divisions would be ready in 5 years to be able the use offensive attacks in a wide variety of targets.<ref>https://www.ausa.org/publications/creatin
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  • ...tates…. [In the movie] the CIA and FBI were not successful in finding that terrorist group and the United States Army interfered and gathered all the people of :#The GICM is associated with and supported by other known terrorist groups, including the: [[Libyan Islamic Fighting Group]] (LIFG), [[Hizb-E I
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