ISIS jihadists neighbors have “claimed” the attacks and promised “new attacks in Europe.” The Site confirms the authenticity of the claim Isis.
After the first hot-analysis, there are two aspects of today’s attacks that one can not fail to note: the first is that the bombs have exploded in Brussels just three days after the arrest of Salah, the now famous “Scarlet Pimpernel” of attacks the Bataclan. The second is that the attacks took place, in fact, in Brussels, the city that is clearly European union symbol.
With regard to the proximity with the arrest of Salah, you can make at least two hypotheses: the first is that Salah was aware of new attacks in preparation, and that therefore it is wanted to speed up their execution before he eventually spoke. (Warning, this hypothesis does not automatically mean that Islamic terrorism is genuine: Salah also maneuvered by the services may have been aware of the attacks in preparation, and therefore would have required the handlers an acceleration in their execution). The second hypothesis is that we have wanted to arrest Salah shortly before the attacks of Brussels, to score a point for Belgian intelligence, before it was put back on trial for failure (and foreseeable) of today’s attacks.
THE VIDEO WAS A FAKE
The alleged video of the attack from Zaventem Brussels is false. In reality it is the video of the attack at Domodedovo airport in Moscow, dated 2011. Immediately after the explosion to the international airport of the Belgian capital, the video was posted on Twitter, in black and white and bearing today’s date. The fake video was taken up by major international media ( also by Sky TG24 and HuffPost) and continues to circulate on the net. On Twitter, many users have discovered the hoax and have published the original video, found below.
BOMB EXPLODES AT THE GATE ??
The three men in this photo have been identified as suspects in the Brussels airport bombings (soooo quick), and authorities are asking for help to identify the man on the right in the light-colored jacket.
“For the time being, I can only confirm that this is a picture of three suspects,” said Eric Van der Sijpt, a spokesman for the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office.
Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, was overcome with emotion over the attacks on Tuesday and abruptly broke off a news conference in Jordan, The Associated Press reports.
Ms. Mogherini choked up just as she was wrapping up her opening statement at the conference, where she was appearing with the Jordanian foreign minister, Nasser Judeh. “Today is a difficult day,” she said.