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PostSubject: Terrorist Threat in Europe   Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:10 pm

Dear delegates,

The delegate of China would like to inform of an event which might lead to catastrophic proportions.
The Al'Qaeda today is one of the massive terrorist threats that affect the world, and as many of you
should know, they have been responsible for many acts of terrorism in the United States, but they have
chosen a new target. Recently, the Obama administration together with Japan has declared that terrorist
threats have been made towards Europe's biggest capitals, therefore leading Europe to bring their terrorism
alert system up a notch.

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European and U.S. officials have not identified any specific targets that terrorists might be considering, the official said. Officials have called the threat credible but not specific.

The U.S. has told European leaders that the State Department alert would be intended to raise the warning level to match the information about the would-be attack that surfaced last week, the European official said.

The European official said there had not been strong opposition to the proposed alert from European leaders.

Intelligence officials believe Usama Bin Laden is behind the terror plots to attack several European cities. If this is true, this would be the most involved role that bin Laden has played in plotting attacks since Sept. 11, 2001.

The latest intelligence shows that Bin Laden was directly involved in trying to execute what an intelligence official emphasized was a multiple-city Mumbai-style attack. (...)

"We remain focused on Al Qaeda's interest in attacking us and attacking our allies," Crowley said. "We will do everything possible to thwart them and will take steps as appropriate."

Quote from Fox News

Dear delegates, this is a topic which everyone should be discussing, since if this threat becomes an actual, concrete
event, it will possess global repercussions.

Here are a few websites to help the delegates on their research.

With heart,
The Delegation of China
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PostSubject: Re: Terrorist Threat in Europe   Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:57 pm

Delegate of China,

This topic is really serious, terrorism is a horrible thing. The countries in Europe should be all aware about this threat and always try to protect its people, and also protecting the economy of the world, because a serious attack to Europe would certanly cause a huge damage in global economy
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PostSubject: Re: Terrorist Threat in Europe   Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:11 am

the delegate of Mexico can relate to the terrorist threats, which remind us of the war violence occurring the Mexico because of the drugs, and would like to offer its moral support if needed. and that the Mexican, Chinese and Israeli government can help each other in this hard times.
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PostSubject: Re: Terrorist Threat in Europe   Thu Nov 11, 2010 6:59 pm

Terrorism is a horrible global issue. We support Europe's protection from this threat and that all the measures to avoid damages should be taken. This continent handles a big percetile of world's economy and being harmed by terrorism can a affect it, turning the problem bigger than it is. THE WORLD URGES FOR THE END OF TERRORISM !
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