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Andrew Parker, head of Britain's domestic intelligence service MI5, warned this month that the country faced "ongoing and increasing" threats from Islamist radicals returning from fighting in Syria, who were planning "mass casualty" attacks at iconic sites.
Part of proactive operations to counter the terrorist threat, the operation was carried out on the basis of thorough investigations led by Morocco's domestic intelligence (DGST), the statement said.
About five of the daily attacks come from foreign intelligence agencies, the head of the BfV domestic intelligence agency said recently.
The BfV, which is in charge of domestic intelligence in Germany, acknowledged that it analyzed certain articles by Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len.
It is pertinent to note here that NDS, is the domestic intelligence agency of the government of Afghanistan which directly reports to the President and the National Assembly.
Public knowledge about the NSA's activities has not resulted in another terrorist attack, but it has brought growing public pressure on lawmakers and the administration to end the secrecy that has made it impossible for lawmakers or the public to gauge the extent of the government's domestic intelligence gathering.
TEHRAN (FNA)- As Muslim leaders and governments in Europe are calling on their citizens to leave the war in Syria and return to their homelands immediately, German jihadists are also heading for Syria in increasing numbers and are able to integrate quickly into foreign militant groups where Arabic is not needed, the head of Germany's domestic intelligence said.
The heads of foreign and domestic intelligence would hold talks with the White House and the National Security Agency, a government spokesperson said.