The threat of racial and ethnic terrorism, especially white supremacism, is “rising and spreading geographically” State Council Report Published on Wednesday.
The report states: “Ethnic or ethnically motivated terrorism (REMT), especially the threat posed by white supremacist terrorism, remains a serious challenge facing the global community,”
In 2019, the world experienced a rise in white terrorism, such as Christchurch in New Zealand, the mosque shooting in March and the El Paso shooting in Texas in August.
White terrorist organizations “increasingly target immigrants; Jews, Muslims and other religious minorities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or bisexual (LGBTI) individuals; government; and others The detectable enemy.”
In April, the State Council for the first time designated the white supremacist Russian Empire Movement as a “foreign terrorist organization.”
The report also commented on threats from ISIS and other radical Islamic terrorist organizations that are developing.
According to the Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael Pompeo’s overnight defense: Senate shifts focus to defense bill Republican senator pushes to cancel alliance clause Trump sends signal that 12:30 report of US troops moving from Germany to Poland Hill-Facebook proposed-New York City Marathon Race cancels Pompeii, says U.S.-EU cooperation resumes travel during COVID-19 surgeThe killing of the founding leaders of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria and the fall of the caliphate led to the cessation of Islamic extremism in these regions and their relocation to North Africa.
Nathan Sales, the US general ambassador for counter-terrorism, told reporters that radical Islamic terrorism has now become “a global network across every inhabited continent.”
State Council also Announced on Wednesday The whereabouts of the new leader of ISIS, Amir Mohamed Said Abdul Rahma Mora, provide rewards for information, up to $10 million.
Pompeo told reporters on Wednesday: “We are not afraid of bringing terrorists to justice.”