Which means they’re not focused on Islam as being a military threat doctrine for societal conquest, and therefore rendering themselves clueless as to the exact nature of the threat and the signs to look out for.
Or, they could be omitting the obvious for tactical reasons which still hinders their progress and over all goal.
Anti-terror staff wanted
Helsingin Sanomat reports on Thursday that the Finnish Security Intelligence Service (SUPO) is looking to hire dozens of new staff members this autumn to help in its combat against terrorism.
All in all, SUPO will employ 50 new detectives, IT experts and researchers in Helsinki, Tampere, Oulu and Turku. Parliament, which is currently discussing the new budget, has proposed additional appropriations for SUPO to cover the hiring spree.