‘ISIS terrorists’ turn out to be charity people


This video from the USA says about itself:

War On Terror Fear Campaign (montage)

2 September 2006

War on terror, war on terror, war on terror. Saddam, Saddam, Saddam, Saddam, Saddam… Saddam. September 11th, September 11th, September 11th, September 11th.

Not only in Los Angeles in the USA police overreacted today to a fake ‘Islamic terrorist threat’ (probably a hoax by some German Islamophobe).

In Nijmegen city in Gelderland province in the Netherlands, local police overreacted as well.

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands today:

Police in Nijmegen this afternoon had a remarkable message: in the city there was flyering by ISIS. “We are looking for those who do this,” police reported on Twitter.

But the search did not succeed. Just four hours later, police annulled the message. There was in fact no flyering for the terrorist organization, but for a charity. …

After a few hours it appeared that it was a misunderstanding. How exactly it originated, the spokesperson could not say. Not any police officer has seen any of these flyers and it also unclear which charity did the flyering.

Paris stabbing: Teacher who fabricated tale of Isis terror attack ‘in psychiatric hospital’. The teacher has been moved to a hospital following a psychiatric examination: here.

Jack Daniels sign mistaken for Isis flag in Switzerland: here.

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