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Belgian Minister Says Many Muslims ‘Danced’ After Attacks

Brussels (AFP) – Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon (pictured) said Saturday that a “significant” part of the Muslim population celebrated attacks, blaming the country’s policies for failing to integrate migrants into society. He did not explicitly refer to last month’s

jan jambon arrives for the working dinner for the heads of delegations at the Nuclear Security Summit on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC on Thursday, March 31, 2016. Credit: Ron Sachs / Pool via CNP

Israeli Politician: ‘Stop Muslim Immigration’ To Europe

Israeli politicians have in part blamed Belgium’s “liberal” attitude to security for the Islamic terrorist atrocities which yesterday rocked Brussels, and have called on the country to end Muslim immigration “immediately” if it is to protect its own citizens. “If


Police, Army Threaten Strikes Claiming Counter Terror Work Is Too Hard

Trade unions representing the army and the police in Belgium are warning of the effects on their members of ongoing anti-terror operations, with police unions even threatening to go on strike. Belgium’s federal government has responded to the ongoing jihadi


Brussels Put on Maximum Terror Alert, Virtual Lockdown of the City

Belgian authorities have raised the terror alert in Brussels to the maximum (level 4) and have canceled major entertainment events for fears of an imminent, multi-pronged jihadist attack on the city, similar to those of November 13 in Paris.

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Just ONE Part-Time Police Worker Monitors Internet Radicalisation By Jihadis In Belgium

The central anti-terrorism unit of Belgium’s police force has just one part-time worker monitoring internet radicalisation and the online activity of returning jihadis, according to police services watchdog, the Standing Police Monitoring Committee (Committee P). The fact the Belgian police unit charged with monitoring internet

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