Sarkozy urges special courts and facilities to detain potential terrorism suspects

Posted September 13, 2016

Sep 12, 2016- The French prime minister has said the country's security services are foiling terror plots and dismantling militant networks "every day". French intelligence services were watching 15,000 people suspected of being radicalized.

And this past weekend, a 15-year-old boy was arrested at his Paris home to thwart what authorities feared was a planned weekend attack - yet another person under investigation for possible links to Kassim, who was known even before he left to join Islamic State for proselytizing among young people.

He made the statement on Sunday (11 Sept.) in light of the event the previous week when French officials said they foiled the plans of a terrorist cell guided by the Islamic State to attack a railway station in Paris. The three other women were questioned after a vehicle filled with gas cylinders was found in the heart of Paris.

"Today the threat is at a maximum, and we are a target", Mr Valls told French media.

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In an interview newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche (JDD), Sarkozy said France needed to get tough on militants by creating special courts and detention facilities to boost security.

Investigators moved quickly to arrest her suspected accomplices, believing them to be on the cusp of staging an attack.

The parked vehicle found Saturday morning outside the Bar Yohaye Jewish Community Center and synagogue in Marseille's 4th Arrondissement east of the Saint-Charles railways station had no trigger mechanism to cause an explosion, police said. The failed attack was led by a group of French women, of which one had a note where she pledged alliance to ISIS.

'And don't tell me it would be Guantanamo, ' Sarkozy said in an interview. According to French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, the three were likely planning an imminent terror attack.

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Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) - the most notorious modern terrorist organization and the perpetrator of a number of high-profile terrorist attacks on Western countries - rose to power in Iraq, which descended into sectarian violence after the U.S. installed a new government.

Ornella G was charged by French authorities with "terrorist criminal association to commit crimes against people" and "attempted assassinations as an organized gang in connection with a terrorist enterprise".

She was arrested in southern France on Tuesday with her boyfriend, who has since been released.

Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said on Friday that Ornella G's fingerprints had been found inside the vehicle.

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Sarkozy, who announced last month his candidacy for the April 2017 presidential election, has said there is no place for "legal niceties" in the fight against terrorism.