Dutch police thwart major Christmas jihad-terror bombing attack


Omitted from the scant reporting of this major attack: Information from Dutch intelligence services indicated that the two men had “intended to commit a jihadist attack”.
They were said to be “planning to use explosives and undergo training to use them”.

Two men arrested over suicide bomb plot

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Police in the Netherlands have arrested two men suspected of plotting a Christmas suicide bomb plot by ISIS. Dutch prosecutors say the plot involved a terror attack using suicide vests and one or more car bombs.

The National Prosecutor’s Office said the two men, aged 20 and 34, were arrested by anti-terror squads on Monday.

The men are suspected of plotting an attack around the end of the year, though the exact target is not clear. (The National)

Two men planning terror attack with ‘bomb vests and car bombs’ arrested in Netherlands, police say

By RT, 26 Nov, 2019:

Two men planning terror attack with ‘bomb vests and car bombs’ arrested in Netherlands, police say

Dutch police have arrested two men suspected of planning to carry out a terrorist attack “before the end of the year” after a tip-off from intelligence services prompted an investigation.

In a statement on Tuesday, prosecutors said the two men from Zoetermeer, 20 and 34, wanted to use bomb vests and car bombs in the attack. It is not clear what the intended target was, Dutch media cites law enforcement.

The National Police Unit began a criminal investigation in early October after a warning from the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) said that the men were planning a jihadist attack.

No firearms or explosives were found during the Monday arrests, but a mobile phone with multiple sim cards, a throwing ax and a dagger were found hidden in a space above the ceiling in the men’s home. Evidence of the reported plot was obtained by police infiltrators.
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One of the men was arrested on a street in The Hague, while the other was held at home in Zoetermeer, as part of a “carefully planned, large-scale police action.”

The Dutch Public Prosecution Service said the investigation shows that the chance of attacks in the country still exists. The men will be brought before a court in Rotterdam on Thursday.

The Netherlands also narrowly escaped a major terror attack last year after a seven-strong terrorist cell was apprehended after a months-long investigation and police infiltration of the cell. The men in that case had planned to target a festival with guns and possibly a car bomb.


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