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An attack as fierce as on 11 September 2001 fear the U.S. and world beat alarm. Military expert Albert Stahel considers that the risk for real, but still supported via the “strange” behavior of world power – and provides an explanation.
The U.S. government maintains its diplomatic missions closed for several days due to a terrorist alert in about 20 Islamic states. Background of the arrangements are possible attacks by the terrorist network Al Qaeda. According to U.S. Chief of Staff Martin Dempsey, the threat this time is “specific” than in previous cases.

According to the ABC News station terrorists should have said in a wiretapped conversation that the planned attack will be “large” and “strategic importance”. The Republican Saxby Chambliss, vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, spoke of the serious terrorist threat for years. He spoke of concrete plans of individual terrorists to the United States are comparable to those before the attacks in September 2001.

Expert holds threat for real, U.S. behavior but irritated
The renowned Swiss security expert Albert Stahel, it is not surprising that the messages remain closed. In an interview with he said: “This decision is certainly true, because the threat is real,” his estimation, Egypt is on the verge of collapse, the government threatens to collapse into itself.

The political situations in Syria and Libya are extremely dangerous for Americans. Because: “The U.S. mix with everywhere. Be it. Drone missions or with the support of generals or by rebels The dismissal of the elected Egyptian President Mursi should be done only with the okay from Washington. “Since it is only logical that threats from the Salafists and Al-Qaeda are pronounced.



A justification for NSA spying?
Suspicious makes the experts but the way how the U.S. deal with the closures. Stahel found “it very strange that the United States declare this as publicity.” The expert speculates that this may have to do with the spy scandal. “I think that Washington does so in large part to justify the actions of the NSA,” says Stahel – and adds: “So they can prove that they do a good job with the monitoring program and this still has a right to exist. “