The European Parliament urged EU governments to share more data with each other on citizens they suspect of being Islamist radicals, calling for a “blacklist of jihadists” in a resolution passed on Wednesday.
It was one of dozens of proposals contained in a non-binding appeal to the Council of EU leaders based on a report into how to prevent the radicalization of young Europeans that lawmakers ordered after January’s attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Debate on the resolution drafted by French former justice minister Rachida Dati was dominated by reflections on the new attacks in Paris on Nov. 13 by Islamic State militants mostly from France and Belgium. It was passed by 548 votes to 110.
نستخدم ملفات الكوكيز لنسهل عليك استخدام مواقعنا الإلكترونية ونكيف المحتوى والإعلانات وفقا لمتطلباتك واحتياجاتك الخاصة، لتوفير ميزات وسائل التواصل الاجتماعية ولتحليل حركة المرور لدينا...اعرف أكثر