Homeland Insecurity

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ROUNDUP: Police arrested 11 suspected militants last week near the Adda'wa mosque in north Paris

U.S.-led troops are under attack every day from foreign fighters in Iraq. But just how many of those insurgents are coming from Europe? A string of recent arrests suggests that a small but determined band of extremists is exporting young Muslim men in Europe to Iraq for jihad. Last week, German authorities arrested two men in Mainz: one an Iraqi who police say is an al-Qaeda-trained militant and recruiter of local Muslim youths for the insurgency, the other a Palestinian who is allegedly one of his recruits. In Paris, police arrested 11 people they say were involved in a recruitment cell...

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