Expert worries about the establishment of an IS terrorist group in Europe

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Unlike Paris, at least two people who survived the Brussels attack have been taken into custody alive, including Mohamed Abrini, the Molenbeek native who walked away from the Brussels international airport after his explosives failed to detonate.

Patrick Skinner, former CIA officer, said that there are many petty criminals who now turned to radicals and he described the Brussels-Paris network as a “supercell”


The large number of people arrested with links to the Paris and Brussels attackers, worries Patrick Skinner, former CIA officer, who told the Associated Press (AP) that most probably authorities are dealing with an established terrorist group.

According to AP, Skinner said that an extremist cell has at least six to 10 people but after the many arrests in France and Belgium he said that the terrorist network in France and Belgium is larger than a common extremist cell. “Look at the people on t...


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