Jihadists eye ‘train derailments & food poisoning in Europe’ – French media

French police have issued a confidential note based on an analysis of “jihadist propaganda,” warning of possible lone-wolf attacks causing trains to derail and even food poisoning, Le Parisien newspaper reports, citing the document.

“Due to recent jihadist propaganda urging plans for train derailment, particular attention should be paid to any reports of intrusion or attempted sabotage on the premises of railways,” a seven-page report compiled by the police directorate at the beginning of September reads, as cited by Le Parisien.

The document, which focuses on aspects of “jihadist propaganda” over the past three months, warns that terrorists are instructed to make explosives “as shown in tutorials,” conceal their radicalization, calling on “lone wolves” to cause “train derailments, forest fires or food poisoning” in Europe.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Gosh…such nice people. Lets invite them to our country, like Trudeau did.

    What could go wrong?

  • irishrus

    And just like Canada, Western Europe keeps electing leaders who won’t do Dick about it.

  • canminuteman

    Forest fires would be a very good tactic. They are not as dramatic as a bomb is on the evening news, but they can do billions of dollars in damage, are easy to start, and the chances of having to sacrifice yourself to allah to do it are not that great.

    • It means nothing unless there is a death toll.

    • John Boy

      First they try all these attacks against Israel and Europe implies the Jews had it coming, and then these tactics are used in Europe and the European leaders wonder how the Muslims developed these ideas. Well I guess it’s Europe that had it coming for allowing the terrorists into their lands in the first place.

  • I’m sure a few candlelight vigils would clear this up.

  • LairdKintyre

    If Western Civilization survives one of the greatest mysteries future histories shall puzzle over is why their ancestors allowed this Fifth Column in their midst to begin with.