Newsletter - TEW Related Newshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related Newsen-us2020-06-04T23:24:39.7907084-05:00Shooter at Naval air station in Corpus Christi, Texas, has been 'neutralized,' base sayshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59685/21/2020 1:29:42 PM<div style=""><font face="times">At least one security force member was injured Thursday morning in an active-shooter incident at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Michigan man threatened to shoot up hospital, ram Coast Guard gate to steal helicopter, police sayhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59705/19/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">HAMPTON TWP, MI &#8212; An Omer man has been charged with four felonies, with police alleging he threatened to shoot central dispatchers and then drove nearly 50 miles to threaten staff at a U.S. Coast Guard station.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Terror Fire Season: ISIS Ramps Up Use of Wildfire Arson as Simple Tactichttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59675/19/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">In both action and propaganda, ISIS is yet again promoting the use of arson as a terror tactic &#8212; taking advantage of warming temperatures to find fuel to set alight with the intent of sowing fear, economic pain and potentially casualties.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>FBI: Pensacola Shooter Tied to AQAP Before Coming to the U.S., Discussed Attackhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59665/18/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">Today, Attorney General William P. Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray announced significant developments in the FBI&#8217;s investigation of the December 6, 2019 shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola that killed three U.S.Anti-Semitic Incidents in U.S. Hit All-Time High in 2019https://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59645/13/2020 2:49:24 PM<div style=""><font face="times">The American Jewish community experienced the highest level of anti-Semitic incidents last year since tracking began in 1979, with more than 2,100 acts of assault, vandalism and harassment reported across the United States. The record number of incidents came as the Jewish community grappled with violent and lethal anti-Semitic attacks against communities in Poway, Jersey City and Monsey, and a spree of violent assaults in Brooklyn.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Missouri Man Indicted for Hate Crime and Arson Chargeshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59655/12/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">WASHINGTON &#8211; A federal grand jury in Cape Girardeau, Missouri indicted Nicholas J. Proffitt, 42, for his conduct in connection with the April 24, 2020 fire at the Cape Girardeau Islamic Center.Kabul Maternity Hospital Attacked by Quartet of Terrorists; 14 Killed Including Two Newbornshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59625/12/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">The attack began with explosions and gunfire near a maternity hospital in the Dasht-e-Barchi area of PD13 in western Kabul on Tuesday morning, said residents, and Afghan security forces, including special forces, responded to the incident. The Ministry of Interior announced the attack was over with all attackers killed after five hours of fighting.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Taliban attack military centre in Afghanistan, casualties reportedhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59605/4/2020 3:06:47 PM<div style=""><font face="times">KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban on Monday claimed responsibility for an attack at a military centre in southern Helmand province in Afghanistan where at least 150 members of the Afghan army and intelligence wing were stationed.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>IS extremists step up as Iraq, Syria, grapple with virushttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59595/3/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">BAGHDAD (AP) &#8212; The man wearing an explosive vest emerged from a car and calmly marched toward the gates of the intelligence building in Iraq&#8217;s northern city of Kirkuk. When he ignored their shouts to halt, guards opened fire, and he blew himself up, wounding three security personnel in the first week of Ramadan.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Australian police fatally shoot man who stabbed 7 at mallhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59555/1/2020 2:34:35 PM<div style=""><font face="times">PERTH, Australia (AP) &#8212; Australian police fatally shot a man who stabbed and slashed seven people at and near a shopping mall on Friday, officials said.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Missouri Man Charged with Federal Arson Chargeshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59494/30/2020 10:26:52 PM<div style=""><font face="times">WASHINGTON &#8211; Nicholas J. Proffitt, 42, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was charged by a federal complaint with maliciously damaging a building by means of a fire.Suspect charged in Denmark with preparing Islamist attackhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59564/30/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish police said on Thursday they had arrested and charged a person suspected of preparing an Islamist terrorist attack.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Bombing near Afghan capital kills three amid unabated violencehttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59464/29/2020 2:16:18 PM<div style=""><font face="times">KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bombing near Kabul, the Afghan capital, killed three people and wounded 15 on Wednesday, the interior ministry said, as violence in the war-torn nation threatens a fragile peace process.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Preventing Violent Extremism during and after the COVID-19 Pandemichttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59514/29/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">While the world&#8217;s attention appropriately focuses on the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, the threat of violent extremism remains, and has in some circumstances been exacerbated during the crisis. The moment demands new and renewed attention so that the gains made to date do not face setbacks.Hundreds arrested in crackdown on terrorist routes in Southeast Asiahttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59404/28/2020 3:28:54 PM<div style=""><font face="times">SINGAPORE: An INTERPOL-led operation codenamed &#8216;Maharlika III&#8217; saw law enforcement from Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines (BIMP) deploy to strategic points along known terrorist transit routes in Southeast Asia in a series of simultaneous law enforcement and border control actions.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>France: Terrorism probe into car attack that hurt 3 policehttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59444/28/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">PARIS (AP) &#8212; A 29-year-old Frenchman who claimed allegiance to the Islamic State group is facing possible terrorism charges after he rammed his car into police, injuring three officers.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>FBI Offers $5,000 Reward for Information About a Fire at a Missouri Islamic Centerhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59374/25/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">A fire that broke out at a Cape Girardeau mosque during the early morning hours after the start of Ramadan is under investigation by the FBI and local officials.</font></div><div style="font-family: times;"><br></div>Mozambique villagers 'massacred' by Islamistshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59344/22/2020 3:11:49 PM<p>The police say that the villagers in Cabo Delgado province were "massacred", with some beheaded, after some people refused to be recruited into the militant group.</p><div><br></div>DHS Makes $10 Million in Funding Available for Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grantshttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59334/21/2020 12:00:00 AM<p>WASHINGTON&nbsp;&#8211; The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is making $10 million available to help local communities more effectively combat terrorism and targeted violence across the United States.&nbsp; The $10 million appropriated by Congress under the Fiscal Year 2020 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program will support the development of a nationwide terrorism and targeted violence prevention framework.Canada’s worst mass shooting leaves at least 18 deadhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59264/20/2020 12:00:00 AM<p class="Component-root-0-2-184 Component-p-0-2-176">TORONTO (AP) &#8212; Canadians on Monday mourned the shocking rampage that left at least 18 dead in rural communities across Nova Scotia, after a gunman disguised as a police officer opened fire on people hunkered down in their homes, setting houses ablaze in the deadliest mass shooting in the country&#8217;s history.</p><div><br></div>On 25th Anniversary Of Oklahoma City Bombing, Officials Find Lessons For Todayhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59274/19/2020 12:00:00 AM<p>On April 19, 1995, the United States experienced what was &#8212; to that point &#8212; the most deadly act of terror ever perpetrated on American soil, when a right-wing extremist detonated a truck bomb next to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.Germany Arrests 4 IS Members Plotting Attacks on U.S. Bases, Killing Critics of Islamhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59214/16/2020 12:00:00 AM<div style=""><font face="times">German police have arrested four members of the Islamic State militant group for planning attacks on U.S. military bases in Germany.Massachusetts man charged with trying to blow up Jewish nursing homehttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59234/15/2020 12:00:00 AM<p class="endmarkEnabled">Federal agents&nbsp;<a href="https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/hampden-county/east-longmeadow-home-searched-by-fbi-as-part-of-possible-hate-crime-investigation/" target="_blank">arrested a western Massachusetts man</a>&nbsp;and accused of him trying to blow up a Jewish assisted living facility &#8212; but he instead left his DNA on the failed explosive, authorities alleged Wednesday.</p><div><br></div>Terrorism in the U.K.: Number of Suspects Tops 40,000 after MI5 Rechecks Its Listhttps://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59174/14/2020 12:00:00 AM<div class="subtilte-summary"><p>MI5&nbsp;is aware of more than 43,000 people who pose a potential terrorist threat to the U.K., according to a government report &#8212; almost twice the number of terror suspects previously disclosed. David Gadher writes that after the 2017 attacks at London Bridge and Manchester Arena, it was revealed that&nbsp;MI5&nbsp;had about 23,000 current and historic suspects on its radar, divided into 3,000 subjects of interest (SOIs), and 20,000 closed&#8221; subjects of interest (CSOIs).UN Chief: COVID-19 Provides ‘Window Onto How a Bioterrorist Attack Might Unfold’https://sltew.org/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=TEW Related News&newsletterid=59164/13/2020 12:00:00 AM<p>While the COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis, its implications are more far-reaching and could threaten global peace and security, the UN Secretary-General told members of the Security Council in a closed video-conference held on Thursday.</p><div><br></div>