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How global intelligence agencies fight terrorism together

A British anti-terror expert shares some fascinating insights into terrorism and the sharing of intelligence between countries to foil attacks. 

Colonel Richard Kemp, a retired army officer, has spent time in some of the world’s most dangerous places.

He says the Israeli intelligence services are “second to none”.

“I used to work in intelligence for a number of years in London, and I worked very closely with the Australian intelligence service and the Israelis,” he says.

“I was well aware at the time, how many cases there were of Israeli intelligence saving the lives of British, Australian, American people in their own countries.”

On foreign fighters returning to Australia after fighting in Syria and Iraq, he says they should not be allowed to come home.

“They are traitors, they should not return to this country.”

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