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- adjective Intended to prevent or counteract terrorism; counterterror.
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preventingor counteracting terrorism, or reducingthe threatfrom terrorism
- noun One who opposes
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Again , if some " antiterrorist " freak have nothing better to spend his worktime and taxpayers' money on , but searching for terrorist meetings in SL and for nukes money in EU ......lmao !
Q Mike, these discussions that you're talking -- are discussions underway on an actual nuts and bolts kind of antiterrorist strategy?
ysbaddaden - 12/13/10 11:44am now, if your "anti-terrorist" forces helped to create would-be terrorists, helped set-up a terrorist plot, provided cash and gear to these would-be terrorists and then arrested them all and used them as reason for the existence of the "antiterrorist" forces you would be much closer to the american system of justice sic.
Khalid Tanveer/Associated Press Members of Pakistan's antiterrorist squad patrolled a market where people were shopping for the Eid Tuesday.
German antiterrorist officials say they hadn't previously identified Mr. Uka as a potential militant.
Mr. Noble says he would shoot down any suggestion that Interpol should head up an international antiterrorist squad.
In 2009, however, Paris antiterrorist prosecutors started looking into whether the attack happened because France allegedly reneged on a pledge to pay commissions to middlemen related to the submarine contract, the people familiar with the probe have said.
The antiterrorist investigation was properly conducted by Spanish judicial authorities, but Mr. Dehbi said his reputation and his family's well being was hurt by the Interior Ministry's release of photographs and what he said were inaccurate allegations that led to his arrest.
In a parallel effort to the campaign-financing probe, Paris antiterrorist prosecutors are trying to determine whether a 2002 bombing in Pakistan that killed 11 French citizens was retaliation for a failure to pay middlemen in Pakistan some of the alleged commissions linked to the submarine contract, people familiar with the probe have said.
In an interview published Sunday in Der Spiegel magazine, Alexander Eisvogel, the vice president of Germany's domestic antiterrorist agency, the BfV, warned that Mr. Breivik and the detailed, stealth preparations he outlined in his online manifesto could serve as a model for other anti-Islamist militants bent on violence.