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Quiggin Report: Terrorism Failures – Politicians, Intelligence & Law Enforcement

This week he discusses the kidnapping and mosque shooting in Canada, the attack in Australia on the Lindt chocolate shop (failure) and the attack in London in which one of the attackers was identified as a terrorist on the way into the country, but was let in any way.

The Quiggin Report is a look into the world of counter-terrorism, intelligence gathering and global security issues.

Hosted by intelligence analyst and counter-terrorism expert Tom Quiggin, The Quiggin Report gives behind the scenes insight into the world of intelligence and how western governments deal with, the growing phenomenon of extremist groups, gaining influence within western governments.

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Thomas Quiggin

Tom Quiggin is a former military intelligence officer, a former intelligence contractor for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a court-appointed expert on jihadist terrorism in both the Federal and criminal courts of Canada. He has a recently published book, "SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada – With a Warning to America", written with co-authors Tahir Gora, Saied Shoaaib, Jonathon Cotler, and Rick Gill with a foreword by Raheel Raza.

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