ISS: Islamic extremism exists in Estonia, but no reason to fear

  • 2016-03-23
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - While there are people in Estonia too who might be adopting radical views, go to fight in Syria or commit terrorist acts, there is no serious reason to fear a terrorist act being committed here, the director general of the Internal Security Service (ISS), Arnold Sinisalu, said. “Yes, we do have such individuals. Ivan Sazanakov, who went to fight in Syria, and Roman Manko and Ramil Khalilov who supported him. Together with the prosecutor’s office we brought these individuals to justice namely because they supported Sazanakov, that is, financed terrori...
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