U.S. Department of State has announced a warning for the American travelers about the possible massive terrorist attacks in Europe.
The warning was announced on the website of the U.S. State Department on October 3, 2010, and informed American citizens about the potential threat for the tourists in Europe. According to the Crime Prevention Department of State, one of the largest and most well-known international terrorist organizations of Wahhabi Islam movement, notorious Al-Qaeda and a number of related organizations plan to soon conduct a series of terrorist attacks across Europe.
According to the U.S. State Department terrorists will not limit their imagination and are likely to realize their black ideas with the use of a variety of means to attack different objects, affecting both private and public interests, and use virtually any weapon.
According to the U.S. State Department information the terrorists intend to attack the subway and rail systems in Europe. Also, according to U.S. analysts, there is a significant threat of terrorist acts of Al-Qaeda in the air and sea routes.
The U.S. State Department strongly recommends the U.S. citizens to abstain in the near future from travels to Europe. It is recommended to remember the possibility of terrorist attacks in public transport and other tourist infrastructure and to take all possible measures to ensure their own safety, if travel is unavoidable. American citizens, who are unable to cancel their trips to Europe, should register their journey at the Consular Section of the US Embassy.
Despite the massive terrorist threat announced by the U.S. State Department, the Europeans do not panic, mentally sending thanks to America for the announcement of a terrorist forecast at the end of tourist season and continue to lead the former calm and measured way of life.
But still surprises the incredible awareness of Americans in terrorist cases, quite accurately and reliably predicted risk of committing terrorist attacks, the place of action and even the choice of weapons by terrorists, as well as the abolition of premonitory threat in exactly the prescribed time limit, or rather on 31 January 2011.