According to Ben Wallace, the decline of IS new space created for al-Qaida. He revealed that the government 25 million pounds (nearly 28 million), has invested in a research program to aircraft to protect against new explosiemethoden.also Read “2.0" Interpol warns of new terrorismegolf coming years to can come
in Addition, he warns that “these terrorists (al-Qaeda, ed.) the aviation industry is still considered to be a suitable target to consider”. “Al-Qaida is alive again, and they have reorganized. They look more and more in the direction of Europe and they are familiar with new methods. They remain committed to more air strikes,” said Wallace.Bombs on the planes
In an interview with the British newspaper The Sunday Times says Wallace, " that the improvement of the security at airports has ensured that terrorists are less likely to use explosives to try to smuggle through the security systems at the terminals.