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ISIS Thinks It Has a Winning Plan to Spread Terror in Germany
Mitch Prothero | Buzzfeed
“Analysts believe attacks and attempts against Germany have been less sophisticated and deadly than in places like France and Belgium because there are fewer developed logistics networks for the small number of ISIS operatives that may have slipped into the country for attacks and a general unwillingness among refugees to tolerate activities that threaten their ability to stay in Europe.

‘With a few exceptions, the Germans lack the large, traditional jihadist networks of radicalization and experience

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