Police uncover mole in Wilders’ security team, suspected of spying on Dutch politician for a Moroccan gang
With less than 3 weeks before Dutch Election, Frontrunner Geert Wilders has suspended his campaign after a major security breach.
A Moroccan-origin Dutch police officer working on Wilders security detail was arrested for passing on his movements to Moroccan criminal gangs. Wilders, campaigning on the promises of de-Islamising the Netherlands and taking the country out of the European Union, is leading in polls ahead of the election.
Wilders’ Dutch Freedom Party (PVV) is expected to come out as the single largest party in March election and set to play a key role in the formation of the next government. Following Wilders-led PVV’s strong showing in the polls many commentators have started taking the 53 year-old Dutch politician as a serious contender for the post of Prime Minister.
The revelations raise some serious questions about Wilders’ safety. It is unclear why Dutch security officials would assign a Moroccan-Muslim agent to Wilders, given the long-standing hostility between the Dutch politician and the Moroccan-Islamic community. The security breach was regarded so serious that both Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Justice Minister Stef Blok met with Wilders on Wednesday, in what has been described by the media as “highly unusual, unscheduled, face-to-face meeting”. However, the suspected mole was allowed to walk free.
Wilders has raised the issue of inadequate security before. In 2010, his personal protection team repeatedly failed security tests in which subjects were able to smuggle firearms to his office located inside the Dutch Parliament.
Reuters news agency reports:
A Dutch secret service agent who was part of the team responsible for protecting Geert Wilders, the frontrunner in next month’s election, has been suspended on suspicion of leaking details to a criminal organization, the secret service said on Wednesday. […]
Dutch newspapers De Telegraaf and NRC Handelsblad and the country’s national broadcaster NOS identified the suspect as an experienced officer in his mid-30s, using his first name and last initial.
Secret Service chief Erik Akerboom said he could not confirm the man’s identity but confirmed media reports he has a “Moroccan background”. […]
The agent who was suspended was one of a team tasked with prescreening locations where Wilders is scheduled to make public appearances. He was not a member of Wilders’ physical protection team, Akerboom said.
Europe’s leading critic of Islam and founder of Dutch Freedom Party (PVV), Wilders has already survived attempts on his life and has been living under around-the-clock police protection since 2004, same year when the Dutch film maker Theo van Gogh was stabbed to death by a Moroccan-origin Islamist in Amsterdam. Theo van Gogh had angered many Muslims by making a 10-minute film on violence against women in Islamic societies.
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Paris suicide bomber who blew himself up outside a café in November 2015 in the name of his faith, also ran a drug den. The Tunisian terrorist who ploughed a lorry packed with 25 tons of steel into a crowded in a Berlin Christmas Market also had a long criminal record.
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Geert Wilders is the face of Europe’s democratic uprising against the Islamist onslaught. This also makes him the prime target of Islamists who see Europe as their next major battle ground outside the Muslim world.
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