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Mediernes løbende holdningsmassage kan godt ødelægge helhedsindtrykket, og selvom de danske medier ikke gad dække Europol-rapporten ‘Terrorism Situation and Trend Report 2019’, så er den tilgængelig på nettet. Her er hele 25 sider om jihadisme, 4 sider om venstrefløjsterror, 4 sider om seperatisme og blot 3 sider om højrefløjen.

Det statistiske materiale taler for sig selv, og selvom venstrefløjen ved festlige lejligheder associerer seperatisme med højrefløj for kunne bruge tallene politisk, så har jeg for god ordens skyld vedlagt grafik der konkret omtaler New IRA, ETA og PKK – tre terrororganisationer, der støttes af den yderste venstrefløj.

(Jihadist: 24; Left-wing: 19; Right-wing: 1, Etno-nationalist and separatist: 83; Side 13)

Overall, attacks specified as ethno-nationalist and separatist continued to represent the largest proportion. As in previous years, the countries reporting terrorist attacks linked to separatist terrorism were the UK (56), France (20) and Spain (7). In 2018, the number of foiled, failed and completed jihadist terrorist attacks decreased significantly compared to 2017, from 33 to 24. This number includes 16 incidents reported by France (7), the UK (3), the Netherlands (2), Germany (2), Italy (1) and Sweden (1) as foiled terrorist plots. Notably, for the second year in a row, the number of reported foiled terrorist attacks outnumbered the completed attacks.

Similarly to 2017, Greece, Italy and Spain were the targets of attacks carried out by left-wing and anarchist terrorists. One right-wing attack was noted by Italy. (s. 13f)

 

Europol, Terrorism Situation and Trend Report 2019, 82 sider

“Despite the increase of extreme right-wing sentiments across Europe, only one right-wing terrorist attack in the EU was reported in 2018. In Italy, a man carried out a shooting spree on 3 February in Macerata. During the attack, which lasted for two hours, he wounded six people whom he thought were Africans. The suspect was charged with multiple counts of attempted murder. The incident occurred after the murder of an Italian teenager, in connection with which three Nigerian suspects were arrested. In 2017, the perpetrator had run unsuccessfully for local elections for the anti-migrant Lega Norte (Northern League).” (s. 60)

“Despite the increase of extreme right-wing sentiments across Europe, only one right-wing terrorist attack in the EU was reported in 2018. In Italy, a man carried out a shooting spree on 3 February in Macerata. During the attack, which lasted for two hours, he wounded six people whom he thought were Africans. The suspect was charged with multiple counts of attempted murder. The incident occurred after the murder of an Italian teenager, in connection with which three Nigerian suspects were arrested. In 2017, the perpetrator had run unsuccessfully for local elections for the anti-migrant Lega Norte (Northern League).” (s. 60)

 

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