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The U.S has entered one of the most dangerous periods since 9/11 terror – and the risk will only increase because of ISIS and other terror threats (Khorasan), according to a top cop in NYC.

“Since 9/11, the NYPD has always been at a very high level of concern and focus on the counter terrorism issues and the issue of dealing with terrorism,” said New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton in an interview with NBC News.


Those that have been involved in it for a number of years in New York City and the NYPD believe that this period of time is one of the most significant dangerous periods ever seen since 9/11 13 years ago.

According to NBC News, Bratton’s comments came just hours after the U.S. carried out military strikes against ISIS and Khorasan targets inside Syria.

“We also took strikes to disrupt plotting against the United States and our allies by seasoned al Qaeda operatives in Syria who are known as the Khorasan Group,” President Obama said Tuesday morning. “Once again, it must be clear to anyone who would plot against America and try to do Americans harm that we will not tolerate safe havens for terrorists who threaten our people.”

Khorasan is a jihadi group in Syria that is linked to al Qaeda. It is led by 33-year-old Muhsin al-Fadhli; other members include veteran al Qaeda militants from Afghanistan and Yemen.

Terrorism is a “reality in our lives,” said Commissioner Bratton. “It’s not going to go away … And the threat in this country, in this city, is going to increase, unfortunately in the weeks and months ahead.”

Furthermore, most recently, a U.S. source told NBC News the Syria-based terror group Khorasan, has tested explosive devices that they plan to bring aboard planes.

This post will update as details develop.



– Sherley Boursiquot (@sherleybee_)