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Jul 8, 2011

German Think Terrorists Still a Threat

BERLIN - After the previous Minister of National Security United States (U.S.) Janet Napolitano said that the terrorist threat still lurks. Germany is now assessing the terrorists on the basis of religion is still a threat.

Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said that the terrorist threat from religious esktrimis not only focus on Osama bin Laden. Therefore Friedrich assess terrorists still pose a threat even though Osama bin Laden had been killed.

Friedrich, however recognize when to date there is no clear evidence that the attack would soon take place. "We will continue to hit the same threat in Germany and Europe for two years," Friedrich said as quoted by the Associated Press on Friday (07/01/2011).

Presenting the report of the German intelligence service, Freidriech said that Islamic organizations in the country continue to rise. Groups such as the Salafi assessed as ultraconservative Islamic group, considered a successful recruiting Muslim youth group.

Friederich opinion that terrorism will still continue to threaten, similar to those uttered by the U.S. National Security Minister Janet Napolitano.

Al-Qaeda terror network leader Osama bin Laden was already dead more than a month, but the Secretary of Homeland Security United States (U.S.) Janet Napolitano describes the terror is not over until today.

Napolitano said, "Al Qaeda is currently showing an increase in the number of potential terrorists. He also mentioned the strategy to be taken by the U.S. to face terror threats.

U.S. anti-terror strategy currently includes the prevention of potential terror of the terrorists who use air transportation from abroad to the U.S.. Not only that, Napolitano also assess the U.S. need to also prepare themselves from the threat of terrorism in the country and should strengthen their internal security.