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    Danish civil activist Niddal El-Jabri said that the actions of ISIL militants in the Middle East incite European radicalized youth to terrorism.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik), Alexander Mosesov — The actions of ISIL militants in the Middle East incite European radicalized youth to terrorism, Danish civil activist Niddal El-Jabri told Sputnik on Thursday.

    "With the ISIS [ISIL] moving so radically forward, getting so much attention and being so barbaric it makes these young radicalized or angry youth of Europe getting empowered by this," El-Jabri told the news agency.

    The activist added that this may have led to "two very hateful actions, one in Paris and one also in Copenhagen."

    Deadly terror attacks by radicalized fundamentalist Muslims took place in Paris and its outskirts over a three-day period in early January, and in mid-February a 22-year-old gunman, with reported ties to ISIL, attacked a synagogue and a cafe in Copenhagen.

    On Saturday, hundreds of people are expected to form a ring of peace around a Jewish synagogue in the city of Copenhagen to show compassion to the victims of the February terror attacks that took place in the city, with El-Jabri organizing the event.

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