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2017 | 72 | 159-168
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Acquisition of documents and legalization of Islamic terrorists as one of the stages of the logistics preparing a terrorist attack

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One of the important components of preparing a terrorist attack is to obtain identity documents and their corresponding legalization. Muslim terrorists, in the era of pervasive technology and increasingly recent security systems, still use the same tested for years ways to enter the territory of the European Union. The primary responsibilities of law enforcement services and upholding safety, as soon as possible detection of persons who may pose a threat to the European community and the relevant counteracting the phenomenon of illegal migration.
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159-168
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  • Elblag University of Humanities and Economy, Elblag, Poland
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