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British experts fear more terror in exotic holiday destinations
The attacks in Sri Lanka may be a harbinger of a new offensive of Islamic State (IS). British security experts expect that exotic tourist destinations extra at risk.

at the Beginning of march, it would have been done with the terrorist organisation Islamic State, at least according to his dossier knowledge known portrait of Donald Trump. The American president crowed earlier victory to add that American troops so quickly and could withdraw from Syria. That ruling has now been corrected. The Americans remain in Syria, albeit limited.

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Also the idea IS in the ropes depends, appears far from realistic now the terrorist organisation in Sri Lanka apparently enough help has been able to organize for a massacre with Easter that the world shocked. the study of police and international security forces is still ongoing but it is unlikely that local jihadists are capable of without help and training so a coordinated attack to commit.


And maybe it is just the beginning, fear British terrorism experts today in the Sunday newspaper Sunday Telegraph. Sri Lanka offered a perfect target in a time of catholic churches and western tourists to hit. Two important targets for IS. In addition, the island was politically weak, there had been months of arguments between politicians, ministries, and weak security forces. Serious warnings that something big was at hand were not even taken seriously. Also know, which had Trump was right - that the caliphate is defunct. Mara, that also means that the jihadists, therefore, no ‘country’ need to defend. The organization can be both resources and manpower, freeing up for other ‘missions’ on the way to the islamic utopia. It is precisely for that reason, hold security services to account with more attacks and in Sri Lanka and especially in places where churches are, and a lot of tourists come.


According to the information of the Sunday Telegraph are tourist resorts in the Maldives, Kenya and Tanzania, therefore, extremely vulnerable because they are similar to Sri Lanka. “The change in tactics IS of concern. When she was a caliphate had to run also meant that they were busy with things like health care. Something like that eats up time. Now they have the hands free to use their propaganda to address, and that by them by this type of attack to perform.”

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