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Terror Attacks on French Synagogues Thwarted

Ukrainian security arrests French terrorist (Photo: screenshot)

Last week, Stand for Israel reported on arrests in Ukraine of ISIS terrorists heading to Europe. Now, Arutz Sheva's Ari Soffer reports on another arrest by Ukrainian security - of a Frenchman planning to attack places of worship in his home country:

A major terrorist attack on Jewish and Muslim places of worship during an international soccer tournament in France was thwarted Monday.

Ukraine's State Security Service (SBU) announced it had arrested an ultra-nationalist Frenchman named as 25-year-old Gregoire M, on Ukraine's border with Poland, according to French Media.

According to SBU chief Vasyl Hrytsak the suspect had amassed a huge arsenal of weapons - including rifles, anti-tank weapons, detonators and 125 kg of TNT, and was planning 15 attacks during the Euro 2016 games.

His targets reportedly included synagogues and mosques. He also planned to attack railways, bridges and other strategic targets...

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