A British terrorism informant claims that his parents convinced him to back out of a shoe-bomb plot he was instructed to do by Al-Qaeda, Sky News reports.
The threat level in the Netherlands remains substantial with Dutch individuals joining Al-Qa'ida connected armed forces in Syria, and some returning after fighting in the conflict.
Ten Dutch youths have been denied passports because the intelligence- and security-services suspect them of possible terrorist intents.
Schiphol is one of the airports that has received warnings about 'shoe bombs' to flights heading for America.
Abu Abdurahman, who claims to be jihadist Khalid K. from Almere, posted a picture on Twitter, showing him holding a chopped-off head of a man. The identity of the victim is unknown.
Islamic internet radio station Ghurabaa says it wants an open dialogue with anyone who accuses it of spreading jihadist sentiments.
Dutch journalist Rena Netjes is on her way back to the Netherlands after being accused by Egypt for aiding a terrorist network tied to news channel Al Jazeera.
On appeal, the Amsterdam Moroccan, Samir S., was still convicted for his membership of a terrorist organization.
The Netherlands expressed concerns to Egypt about the poor conditions in which Dutch national Ahmed Diini is being detained, wrote the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Diini's lawyer, André Seebregts.