CEP Webinar: "Current global threat posed by ISIS and al-Qaeda" – Edmund Fitton-Brown (U.N.)

Wednesday, Apr 29, 2020
The global networks of ISIS and al-Qaeda continue to operate, plan, and execute attacks during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The arrest of an ISIS-linked cell in Germany on April 15, 2020 is a reminder of that reality. The suspects were also reportedly involved in raising funds for their planned attacks, demonstrating that terror financing activities remain ongoing despite the economic slowdown. On April 29, 2020, CEP was honored to engage a leading global specialist on this issue: Ambassador Edmund Fitton-Brown, the coordinator of the ISIL, al-Qaida and Taliban Monitoring Team of the United Nations Security Council, delivered the keynote address. 
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