Jamaat-e-Islami’s biweekly, Daawat, in its editorial on November 22, has strongly criticised US President Barack Obama.
The discovery of the vest came as Belgium’s prime minister cited a “serious and imminent” threat justifying keeping the highest alert level operational for at least another week.
The security measures left Brussels eerily quiet, with streets deserted and many of the city’s famous beer bars and restaurants largely empty.
Prime Minister Charles Michael, speaking at a news conference after the emergency government meeting, said “We urge the public not to give in to panic, to stay calm. We have taken the measures that are necessary.”
Multiple terrorist plots over the last year have been traced back to Belgium, a tiny country that supplies the largest number of foreign fighters to the Islamic State in proportion to its population. What’s going on?
“We must not rule anything out,” Manuel Valls said.
The operation aimed at the suspected mastermind of Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris, Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who has been active with the Islamic State group in Syria.
A picture of VeerenderJubbal holding an iPad was photoshopped where the iPad was replaced with a Quran and a suicide vest was also added
Cyber activists collective Anonymous have declared a war on ISIS in a video message posted on YouTube.
The Turkish military has put in place an around-the-clock air defence system to prevent any possible missile or drone attacks.
Obama began US bombing in Iraq and Syria, along with the deployment of military advisers to Iraq, more than a year ago.
One stark difference was that in Paris, the attackers did not try to prolong the attack, unlike in Mumbai, and blew themselves up at the first hint of capture.
Suspended UEFA president Michel Platini, who is French, said on Saturday he was “distraught” by the attacks.
The IS claim was made in a statement in Arabic and French released online Saturday and circulated by supporters of the group.
Divided on many issues, including on the war in Syria that has fueled Islamist violence, the United States and Russia both voiced their support in messages to French President Francois Hollande.