Saturday August 15, 2020

COMMENT: Question of Ireland being attacked is a real one

Terrorists will always go for the soft and most available target

23rd March, 2016
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People light candles at the Place de la Bourse in Brussels last night. Pic: Getty

The aftermath of the attacks in Belgium will see lots of hand wringing about physical security at airports and rail stations. There will be further talk about ‘intelligence sharing’ and ‘is Ireland a target?’

Soft Targets.

There are a number of important facts that are relevant to our security, both in Ireland in particular and in Europe in general.

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