All that groveling to Islam still doesn’t pay off.
Isis gang of four sparked Norway’s terror alert
What next for PST chief Benedicte Bjørnland and Norway’s terror threat? Photo: Berit Roald / NTB scanpix
Published: 28 Aug 2014 09:51 GMT+02:00
Four terrorists connected to Isis were responsible for the recent terror alert in Norway, claimed a media report on Thursday.
Dagbladet reported they know the identities and backgrounds of four Isis terrorists with nationalities outside of the Middle East. The group were on their way to Norway and this triggered a terror alert on July 24th, according to newspaper sources.
The Norwegian intelligence agency on July 18th was warned by a foreign agency that a terror attack against Norway was expected. At the same time, PST (the Norwegian police security agency) received notification from another cooperating agency of a planned terror attack against Norway.
It is not known where the terror attack was supposed to happen, but information indicated that the terror operation would be on a large scale and would spread fear around the world.
Security and intelligence organizations in Europe were sure the four Isis terror suspects travelled to Athens in the middle of June this year, but that was where all traces ended. No intelligence source knows where anyone of the four are now, but the message to the Norwegian secret services was that they were heading north.