9/11 anniversary, COVID-19 measures could spark terrorist attacks in the US: DHS

The Department of Homeland Security fears that terrorists could exploit pandemic restrictions to attack the United States on or around the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.

Their latest National Terrorism Advisory System bulletin says extremists could be angered into violence by “perceived government restrictions” and similar grievances, reports Luke Barr for ABC News.

The terrorists of al-Qaeda have put out the first issue of their Inspire magazine in more than four years, encouraging would-be terrorists to attack.

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