“Images from the scene show huge crowds of people waiting on the runway after having been asked to leave the terminal. Passengers are reporting armed police at the scene, and say the incident has been sparked after an unattended bag was discovered in the Duty Free area.
Police say they were called to the airport at around 2.45pm today to reports of an unattended bag and conducted a "precautionary" evacuation of all passengers and staff. Bomb disposal officers are in attendance and a controlled explosion is currently taking place.”
This video shows people being allowed back in to the terminal:
“'No, we swear by Allah, we have not forgotten the Balkans,” the Bosnian version of ISIS’s magazine Rumiyah warned as the terror organisation issued a new threat to the region.
In an article entitled “The Balkans - Blood for Enemies, and Honey for Friends”, the terror group makes direct threats to Serbs and Croats over their roles in the Balkan wars, as well as to Muslim ‘traitors’ to the Islamic faith.
“Soon the soldiers of the caliphate will walk through Belgrade, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Tirana, Pristina, Skopje and other cities, ripping off heads and shedding the blood of infidels,” it warned. The jihadists caution they have not forgotten that Serbs and Croats fought against Bosnian Muslims in the 1992-95 war.”
3. Islamic State video of the attackers of the Iranian Parliament yesterday:
“If the young man described in the story below had crossed the Øresund to commit his crime, the Swedish media would have referred to him as a “Dane”. But that’s obviously not how the Danes think of him, even though he was born in Denmark.
The action of the Danish Supreme Court should be a model for the rest of the West. It’s what Geert Wilders has demanded for all these years: anyone with dual nationality who commits a serious crime must be deported. As far as I am aware, this is the first action of its kind in Western Europe.
Many thanks to Anne-Kit for translating this article from TV2 News: Man born in Denmark permanently expatriated June 7, 2017 A triple murder attempt in Løsning, East Jutland, has resulted in a Supreme Court verdict which includes expatriation of the perpetrator. A Supreme Court verdict of eight years in prison for three murder attempts also triggers expatriation for 28-year-old Burhan Kibar. Kibar was born and raised in Denmark, but because of the severe punishment he must also leave the county, the verdict states.'”
5. BBC edits out testimony of eye witness to remove evidence that the attackers were Muslim.
This is a great deal like the Toronto Star's reportage of a religious Muslim woman that attacked people at a Toronto Canadian Tire the other day. Notice the difference between this report by Global news,
Karrien Stevens, who runs Little Diamonds Nursery in Hermon Hill, London said yesterday that a member of her staff was punched, kicked and slashed with a 'Stanley knife' by three 'Asian women' chanting about 'Allah' and the 'Koran'.
The televised interview, which was shared on Twitter, shows a cut at 17 seconds - the point where users suggested Ms Stevens would have gone on to make her comments about Islam.”