Last quote by Claude Moniquet
He had photos of Canary Wharf, the Thames and nightclubs and bars. We know that for the last year, they have invited people to act where they are.
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Quotes by Claude Moniquet
Mar 24 2016
The El Bakraoui brothers were behind that failed plot. The terrorist cell ... naively believed they could use him to penetrate a lab to obtain nuclear material to make a dirty bomb.
Feb 17 2015
In the past we had a few hundred dangerous people in all Europe. Today, we have at least a few hundred dangerous people in each European country. That means thousands of dangerous people in Europe.
Oct 26 2013
I am not so sure it's very realistic to think that the US will sit around the table with the French and the Germans and others and discuss their intelligence programmes and discuss any limitation to their intelligence capacity.
Jul 02 2013
To be surprised today could be a little bit naive. It could be hypocritical. I'm quite sure that some European countries – certainly Germany and France – spy on the United States when they can.
Mar 22 2011
No, I don't believe that because I don't believe that Gaddafi really financed Sarkozy's campaign. After all, we're talking about someone who has been a professional liar for the last 20 or 30 years. I think his son Saif Al Islam takes after his father in this respect so I think that this was pure propoganda as part of a media war aimed at discrediting France.
Mar 22 2011
The main point is to take a strong political position on the Arab world which has been in a state of flux for the last three months. There, I think there is a political interest, a noble one, which explains why they had to invervene. The second thing which explains why this was mainly a Franco-British initiative was the understandable American reluctance to be the first wave of intervention. The American involvement in Iraq isn't finished and has left a very bad impression in the Arab world and a military operation which was too American-led would have, by its very nature, been problematic.
Mar 22 2011
Well, if this proof ever comes to light, then we shall see.
Mar 22 2011
There is obviously a window of opportunity for Europe, and that's quite rare. A chance for Europe to play a role on the international stage, and if there's anywhere where Europe can be significant, it's obviously in North Africa and Africa. North Africa and Libya, it's just the other side of the street from us, like Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia…for us these are neighbouring countries, countries with which we have a common history, long-standing relationships, and I think that's the right policy to show: that we are interested in these situations and that we are on the side of their people.
Jul 18 2005
In the current climate, after the attacks on July the seventh, we might be able to catch alleged terrorists faster, without compromising the rule of law. Whether Mr Darkanzali is put on trial in Germany or Spain, the fact is he will be tried in a democratic country which can guarantee him a proper defence.
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