OM: two Chechens held in Van Gogh murder inquiries

OM: two Chechens held in Van Gogh murder inquiries AMSTERDAM � Two Chechen men have been arrested in recent weeks in connection with inquiries into the murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh. French police arrested 25-year-old Bislan I. at the request of Dutch justice officials earlier this month. His fingerprint was allegedly found on […] Continue Reading →

'Misbruik' van internet

In de Tweede Kamer morgen een Publieksbijeenkomst over misbruik van Internet onder leiding van Francisco van Jole Deelonderwerpen van dit thema zijn: het voorbereiden van terroristische activiteiten, het verspreiden van kinderporno, hacking, islamitisch-extremisme, etc. Deskundigen uit diverse betrokken sectoren gaan tijdens deze bijeenkomst met elkaar en met Kamerleden in debat over aard en omvan Continue Reading →

The 'Virtual Hand' of Jihad

In the Jamestown.org Terrorism Monitor an article on The ‘Virtual Hand’ of Jihad The presidential commission on WMDs and the 9/11 commission have condemned the status quo mentality of the intelligence community, which they see as being preoccupied with today’s “current operations” and tactical requirements, and inattentive to tomorrow’s far-ranging problems and Continue Reading →

The Islamist Movement in Morocco

In the Terrorism monitor of Jamestown.org an article on The Islamist Movement in Morocco Prior to the Casablanca attacks of May 2003, Morocco appeared to be relatively immune to the type of home grown Islamic militancy experienced by other North African countries. The Moroccan monarchy, which claims direct descent from the prophet, appeared to have […] Continue Reading →