Thursday, November 19, 2015

ISIS threatens New York and worldwide terror panic. French raid aided by Moroccan intelligence

The jihadist panic spreading across the world is unabated since string of “external” terrorist slaughters were claimed by the Islamic State in less than month. After the atrocities of Paris, Sinai and Beirut, anti-terror security services are taking no chances. Thursday Nov. 19, ISIS threatened a suicide attack on New York’s iconic Times Square, depicting a bomber unzipping his coat to display an explosive vest. New York Police rushed a large special operations team to the location as a precaution.

However, Wednesdayalso  saw a rare breakthrough in the largely fruitless French search for the network behind the murder of 132 people in Paris on Nov. 13, thanks to a tip from Moroccan intelligence, a French swat team laid hands on at least six suspects after a 7-hour battle. (READ MORE)