The recent suicide attacks in Brussels last month have triggered an atmosphere of extreme anxiety and fear throughout the European continent, most notably as links have been revealed between the culprits in both Belgium and France.
Belgium’s RTB channel reported that Khalid al-Bakrawi (one of the Brussels suicide attackers) used a forged identity to rent an apartment in Brussels, wherein the fingerprints of Salah Abdulsalam, the main suspect of Paris attacks, were also found.
The suspects have been also linked via internet to a one Bosnian extremist named Ezher Beganovic.
Beganovic, a suspected member of a terrorist network, is closely related to Fatmir Alispahic, Abdusamed Nasuf Bušatlić and Semir Imamović, an extremist group which uses social network to recruit hardliners.
Ezher Beganovic runs numerous websites promoting hatred and religious intolerance in Bosnia, such as Saff, Bir, Bosna-media, IslamskiTV, Minber, Soupkitschen-Bosnia, in addition to tens of Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Beganovic studied in Saudi Arabia where he was indoctrinated with the notorious Wahhabi dogma. With the outbreak of Syrian uprising in 2011, he frequently visited Turkey where he met leaders from Nusra Front and ISIS. He also joined a military training camp near the Syrian borders.
Further investigations also disclosed that Beganovic was a key member of Bugonjo Group, a heinous gang in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which purportedly planned terrorist attacks back in 2005, killing several police officers and Croatian immigrants.