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2010. europa. pdf>, 10–16. 2009. 34 EU Counterterrorism Policy In 2008, EU MS reported a total of 515 failed, foiled or successfully perpetrated attacks, which represents a 24 percent decrease from 2007. A total of 397 terrorist attacks were claimed or attributed to separatist terrorist organizations and 98 percent of these attacks took place in France and Spain. Overall, 1,009 individuals were arrested in the EU for terrorism-related offences in 2008, with an average age of 35 years as of 2007.
While specific numbers differ due to methodological and definitional differences, the available authoritative databases on terrorist incidents indicate that only six EU MS – Spain, France, Greece, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom – account for almost 90 percent of all terrorist attacks perpetrated on the territory of the EU since 1968. 1). When it comes to the most recent and comparable statistics provided by EU MS themselves, the 2007 edition of Europol’s annual EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report (TESAT) reported a total of 583 attacks (up by 24 percent from 2006), 1,044 arrested suspects (up by 48 percent from 2006) and 331 convictions for terrorism charges in the EU.
14 The terrorist attacks in Madrid and London indicate that especially the “old” EU MS have moved up the terrorist value chain to become a core target. Due to their support of the UN-sanctioned invasion of Afghanistan and the US-led invasion of Iraq, the “new” EU MS have also moved up on the list of potential terrorist targets, although probably still not as high the UK or Spain. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, although a considerable effort has been made on the part of the EU to avoid anything in its official documents that could make Islam or the Muslims appear as the “threat” or “enemy,”15 much of the current discussion among both scholars and practitioners of counterterrorism is focused on the threat of homegrown Islamist terrorism in EU MS.
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