What has become of the French from ISIS who were exfiltrated from Syria?

What has become of the French from ISIS who were exfiltrated from Syria?

According to a report by the National Intelligence Council, submitted to President Macron, on the French ISIS fighters exfiltered from Syria, some 40 of them have joined jihadist groups in Libya. As a result of this geographical rapprochement, they are a major source of concern, as they could fuel plans for illegal returns to France.

 

Covid-19 Pandemic Reignites Bio-Terrorist Threats

Covid-19 Pandemic Reignites Bio-Terrorist Threats

In a recent warning note, the US FBI warned of the resurgence of bio-terrorist threats in the context of the Covid pandemic.

 

Services fear a post-Covidian rebellion

Services fear a post-Covidian rebellion

The Directorate General for Internal Security (DGSI) and the Central Service of Territorial Surveillance (SCRT) alerted the Ministry of the Interior to the risk of a resurgence of acts of civil disobedience this summer in the post-Covidian social context. The Services even fear possible attacks on State symbols, including law enforcement agencies, which could be carried out by radical right-wing and left-wing extremist groups. The alert is particularly concerned about the possible manipulation of the Yellow Vests by these radical groups.

 

Local complicity in the Iranian attack on Aramco

Local complicity in the Iranian attack on Aramco

According to a confidential note issued by a Western intelligence service, the Iranian Pasdaran would have benefited from local complicity on the ground during the attack on the oil sites of Abqaïq de Khurais, of the Saudi company Aramco, on September 14, 2019.

 

When Israel supplies Tehran with sensitive nuclear equipment!

When Israel supplies Tehran with sensitive nuclear equipment!

A recent confidential Western memo recounts an incredible story that saw Israel, Iran’s sworn enemy, provide Tehran with sensitive equipment for its military nuclear programme!

 

Lebanon’s money is on its way to Swiss banks

Lebanon’s money is on its way to Swiss banks

While the country, whose public debt amounts to 166% of GDP, is at risk of defaulting at any time, the money of the Lebanese wealthy is evaporating on the shores of Lake Geneva and Zurich. An international letter rogatory has been sent to Switzerland.