Saturday, September 06, 2008

Storm Track Infiltration: Italian Town Hotbed of al-Qaeda Activity

Remember those suicide strikes in Morocco awhile back? They were directed from a town in Northern Italy.

The Italians better step up their campaign of stopping the Islamist control and command centers, eh, I mean, mosques, from being built.

Law enforcement sources said Varese has become a hotbed of Al Qaida-inspired activity. They said this included financing, training and recruiting of North Africans for Islamic insurgency operations.

European law enforcement sources said investigations in such countries as Belgium, Italy and Spain have pointed to guidance and financing for Al Qaida operations in Morocco over the last year. The sources said the failed suicide operations in Morocco in 2007 marked an effort to revive the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group.

"The facilitators for the attacks were Moroccans in several southern European countries who provided both financing and instruction to organize and conduct the terrorist attacks," a European source said.

Time to investigate and shut down mosques.

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