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EUROPEAN UNION TERRORISM SITUATION AND TREND REPORT 2019

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Jaar:
2019
Taal:Aantal blz:
82
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In 2018, terrorism continued to constitute a major threat to security in EU Member States. Horrific
attacks perpetrated by jihadists like those in Trèbes, Paris, Liège and Strasbourg killed a total of
thirteen people and injured many more. In addition, one terrorist attack by a right-wing extremist in
Italy and numerous arrests of suspected right-wing terrorists for attack-planning across the European Union (EU) indicate that extremists of diverging orientation increasingly consider violence as a justified means of confrontation.

Bijzonderheden: Op blz 60 t/m 62 aandacht voor Nederland

European Union Terrorism Situation and Trend Report

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ISBN:
978-92-95078-87-1
Jaar:
2014
Taal:Aantal blz:
60
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For the period of 2013 no attacks classified as right-wing terrorism were reported by European Union (EU) Member States. However, a series of terrorist attacks in the UK were motivated by right-wing extremist ideology. Between April and July 2013, a Ukrainian national carried out four terrorist attacks. The offender stabbed to death an elderly Muslim male and detonated three improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at mosques in the West Midlands area. The campaign started within a few days of the individual’s arrival in the UK in April 2013. Subsequent enquiries uncovered no links to other right-wing extremist groups or individuals based in the UK; he arrived in the UK already radicalised.

The Netherlands reported that more and more issues that were traditionally left-wing activist activities have been adopted by right-wing activists. As well as anti-capitalism, anti-globalism and animal rights, right-wing extremists have now also engaged in campaigning against genetically modified food.

Bijzonderheden: Right-wing terrorism: See page 39-41