«Rien n'est plus facile que de dénoncer un malfaiteur; rien n'est plus difficile que de le comprendre» ---Fédor Dostoïevski

lundi 23 juin 2008

Revue de Presse ( 16 juin - 22 juin)

États-Unis: "L'administration Bush va demander à 7000 entreprises de prendre des mesures de précaution" (Le Nouvel Obs.) - L'administration américaine va dire la semaine prochaine à 7.000 entreprises qu'elles sont considérées comme des cibles pour les terroristes parce qu'elles abritent des quantités importantes de produits chimiques.

Irak: "Accused terror suspect spoke naively of Iraq: RCMP" (The Star.com) - A young man who police allege was part of a homegrown terrorist conspiracy once expressed interest in fighting against U.S.-led forces in Iraq but was so naive he had no idea what that might entail, his trial was told today.

Afghanistan: "Terrorist prison became school for jihad" (Sacbee.com) - Mohammed Naim Farouq was a thug in the lawless Zormat district of eastern Afghanistan. He ran a kidnapping and extortion racket, and he controlled his turf with a band of gunmen who rode around in trucks with AK-47 rifles.

Palestine: "Islamic Jihad’s cyber-war brigades" (Menassat) - The Palestinian Islamist movement, Islamic Jihad, says it has a new division of its armed Al-Quds Brigades - a cyberwar unit that claims it has hacked into the websites of several Israeli media outlets.

Suède: "Sweden: Swedish Muslims getting al-Qaeda training" (Islam in Europe) - Swedish Muslims had already been arrested fighting jihad in Iraq and Somalia, so it might not come as a surprise that they also go to terrorist training camps.

France: "France probes bomb alerts linked to Red Brigades" (AFP) - French anti-terrorism police are investigating a series of bomb alerts targeting trains that could be linked to the extremist Italian Red Brigades, a judicial source said Monday. Paris investigators took over the probe from local police in the Alpine town of Chambery after firefighters and a newspaper received several calls over the weekend warning of bomb attacks on trains traveling in the Savoie region.

Allemagne: "Authorities Fear German Islamist About to Commit Attack" (Spiegel Online) - Authorities have been on the trail of the German-born Muslim convert Eric B. for months. Now they fear that the young Islamist, who is currently in Afghanistan, is on the verge of committing a suicide attack.

1 commentaire:

Frédéric a dit…

Pour la dépeche de l'AFP, il y doit y avoir la même en Français ;)