Saturday, October 31, 2015

9/11,icts europe aka israeli icts international amsterdam,russia,egypt,etc.

icts europe aka israeli icts international amsterdam,russia,egypt,etc.

political and science rhymes: ICTS Europe 911 To MH17 ...
Jul 27, 2014 - ICTS Europe 911 To MH17:Israeli Terrorists,Jewish Mafia Given ... we see Yekaterina Parkhomenko who claims to be a pro-Russian separatist ...

ICTS handled security @ Moscow Blast Airport - David Icke's ... › Main Forums › Today's News

Jan 26, 2011 - Security Partners Ltd., the ICTS Europe subsidiary in Russia, was awarded a new contract with United Airlines to provide enhanced security ...

PDF]ICTS Europe Q2 2015 Newsletter

ICTS Europe and its subsidiaries had a very busy start of the sea- son! With the .... During June 2015, CTSN, ICTS Europe's Dutch ..... Site of Luxor, Egypt.


icts europe russia saint petersburg

PDF]ICTS Staff Development Report

Jan 10, 2014 - ICTS UK is one of the largest subsidiaries of ICTS Europe BV. The ICTS ... Manager, ICTS Russia (seconded to ICTS Russia from ICTS UK).

Najmanje 31 osoba poginula u eksploziji na aerodromu u Moskvi ...
The story goes into a little detail about how Security Partners Ltd., the ICTS Europesubsidiary in Russia was going to assist with 'security' at Domodedovo ...

PDF]ICTS Staff Development Report

Jan 10, 2014 - ICTS UK is one of the largest subsidiaries of ICTS Europe BV. The ICTS Group employs ... in Moscow and St Petersburg. 1997 saw another ...

Yura Varlamov Profiles | Facebook

Studied at Морской Технический колледжFrom Saint PetersburgRussia · Varlamov Yuri. Worked at ICTS EuropeStudied at миивтLives in Moscow, Russia

Richmond IMC: WTC,9/11,Logan Airport,Boston,Israeli ICTS ...

Jul 19, 2007 - WTC,9/11,Logan ICTS Says 'So Sorry',Barney Frank,Ted Kennedy,John Kerry Face Psych Crisis ... ICTS operates at 40 European airports and at 48 U.S. airports through its Huntleigh USA ..... WAR AGAINST THE GODLESS RUSSIANCOMMIES IN AFGHANISTAN OF THE 1980'S. ..... StPetersburg Times,

Top 25 Customer Service/ Security Agent profiles | LinkedIn
Current, Customer Service / Security Agent at ICTS Europe Systems, Sim Instructor ... location: Tampa/StPetersburg, Florida Area; industry: Consumer Services ...
Story image for icts europe russia saint petersburg from FINANCE

Dr. Matthias Zieschang, Fraport AG

FINANCE-Jan 26, 2015
... Flughäfen in Antalya, StPetersburg Pulkovo, Xian (China) und Ljubljana. ... des margenschwachen Sicherheitsgeschäfts ICTS Europe Holding zu nennen.

Fraport Forecasts Two-Year Drop in Frankfurt Traffic (Update4)

Nov 6, 2008 - ... euros after Fraport sold its ICTS Europe Holdings BV passenger-screening and ... which Fraport Chief Financial Officer Matthias Zieschang called a ... as bidding for concessions at Pulkovo airport in StPetersburgRussia.


Indymedia NL (The Netherlands) - 911,ICTS Europe,Mumbai,Schiphol ...
Jan 29, 2011 - The story goes into a little detail about how Security Partners Ltd., theICTS Europe subsidiary in Russia was going to assist with 'security' at ...

911,ICTS Europe,Mumbai,Schiphol,Chabad Lubavitch Moscow
Tony Ryals - 29.01.2011 07:32 Why should anyone be surprised that the Zionist cult that claims its deceased criminally insane founder is the Jewish 'Messiah' should be the first 'responders' to turn up at the Moscow Airport to grieve over the dead and dying 'goyim' all around them and even bring 'kosher' food as if they were invited to a party !?.......Worse yet,it appears that Menachem Atzmon and his notorious Israeli money launderers and 9/11 mass murder suspects and thus war criminals of ICTS International who 'guarded' Logan
Airport Boston and Newark Airport on 9/11/01 and allowed Richard Reid 'the shoe bomber' to board at De Gualle,Paris,etc.,etc., and more recently the Nigerian crotch bomber to board flight 253 from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport to Detroit with his alleged 'crotch bomb' on Christmas 2009 to also have or share 'security' responsibilty for Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. ................


Note no mention of Israeli control of ICTS nor mention of Logan Airport disaster under their command on September 11,2001.

ICTS International N.V. was founded in 1982 by a select group of security experts, former military commanding officers and veterans of government intelligence and security agencies. The company's goal was to develop and implement pioneering aviation security concepts and systems, with particular emphasis on high-risk environments.

In the ensuing years, ICTS International N.V. spearheaded the development of innovative aviation security concepts and solutions, which were adopted by regulators in the US, Europe and other countries as the industry standard. To complement its solutions the company also developed over 45 modular aviation security training programs, which are continuously being updated to ensure that they cover all relevant material in view of new regulations, current threats and anticipated risks. ICTS International N.V. quickly established its position as a world leader in the provision of security consulting and personnel services to the aviation industry, expanding its global presence to over 90 locations worldwide and its client base to over 120 clients, including all major US and numerous other airlines.

Throughout the years, ICTS International N.V. has continuously maintained close working relationships with regulators in the USA, Europe and additional countries around the globe. The company's experts are regularly invited to participate in international conferences and various governmental and private forums dealing with transportation security.
ICTS International N.V. subsequently branched out into various general security fields, building on its extensive expertise and experience in aviation security, modifying its unique security concepts and solutions to meet the specific needs of other industries.

In 1996 ICTS International N.V. announced its IPO on the NY NASDAQ (symbol: ICTS).

In 1998, ICTS International N.V. made a strategic decision to focus on the US market. The following year, it acquired Huntleigh USA Corp., which provides airline passenger screening services at 47 US airports, including all the international aviation gateways in the USA.

In 2001, ICTS International N.V. sold its European division to Fraport AG. Within the framework of the agreement, Fraport was permitted to name the purchased division 'ICTS Europe'. We hereby emphasize thatICTS Europe is not a member of the ICTS International N.V. Group, but an entirely different entity, and that from the completion of the sale transaction, the two companies do not maintain any further business relations. Furthermore, the proprietary, leading edge technologies and security concepts developed by ICTS International N.V. remain under its sole ownership. 
Also within the framework of the sales agreement, ICTS International N.V. agreed to suspend its activities in Europe (with the exception of the Netherlands and Russia) for a period of 3 years, which ended on February 2, 2005.

In preparation for its re-entry into the aviation security market in Europe and its expansion to additional locations, ICTS International N.V. has established a new, fully-owned subsidiary, I-SEC (International Security – The broad know-how and international operational experience accumulated by ICTS International N.V. in the field of aviation security since its founding in 1982, as well as the core of its dedicated, highly skilled professional managerial staff, has been transferred to I-SEC.

Following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, ICTS International N.V. stepped up its activities in the development of advanced technological security systems for the homeland security market in general and the transportation industry in particular. Within the framework of its technological company, I-SEC Technologies B.V. and AU10TIX Ltd., it has since developed and introduced advanced, innovative technological solutions, which have proven their effectiveness on several continents (

The ICTS International N.V. Group is thus in an ideal position to provide unique customized solutions, combining the strengths and capabilities of all its Activities and Operations, and building on  longstanding expertise and international operational experience in security. All ICTS International N.V. solutions fully comply with international and local regulator requirements, as well as with the strictest privacy and confidentiality standards


Israeli 'Security' Firm ICTS Helped Provide 'Security' at Russia's Domodedovo Airport

The details about this 2009 article are here, but it's PDF and I don't know how to copy and paste the story.

The story goes into a little detail about how Security Partners Ltd., the ICTS Europe subsidiary in Russia was going to assist with 'security' at Domodedovo airport.

The SAME ICTS that on 9/11 helped those MOSSAD agents, made up to look like Arabs, onto several flights.

The SAME ICTS that let the 'Shoe Bomber,' Richard Reid board.

The SAME ICTS that sent a 'sharp-dressed man' to help out the Christmas day 'underwear bomber' board a flight, with no money and NO PASSPORT.

Surely this can't be related to Russia getting ready to recognize a Palestinian state, could it?

Would Israel be so low, sneaky and murderous as to use a FALSE FLAG to accomplish their goals?

    Fatah official Nabil Sha'ath tells Al-Hayat newspaper that Dmitry Medvedev will affirm Soviet Union's 1988 recognition of a Palestinian state during West Bank visit. By Barak Ravid

    Israeli officials fear that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev will announce on Tuesday during a visit to Jericho that Russia recognizes a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders.

    Officials became concerned following an interview given by Fatah official Nabil Sha'ath to the Al-Hayat newspaper on Tuesday. Sha'ath said that Medvedev would affirm the Soviet Union's 1988 recognition of a Palestinian state - a recognition that was based on the declaration of independence made by Yassir Arafat that year.

    Such a move would be significant, particularly since Russia is a member of the Quartet of Middle East peace negotiatiors.

Source: Haaretz


ICTS International

ICTS International is an Israeli firm based in the Netherlands that develops products and provides consulting

 and personnel services in the field of aviation and general security.[1][2] It was established in 1982, by former members of

the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security agency, and El Al airline security agents.[2][3] The company's shares are traded on NASDAQ

under the symbol ICTS.[1]

The firm and its subsidiaries specialize in aviation security services, operating airport checkpoints and electronic equipment, such as x-ray screening devices and manual devices, and verifying travel documents.[4] Security services and consulting are also provided to other public and private transportation sectors.[5] In 2008, the company employed 3,350 people with an annual sales revenue of 98.8 million USD


Consolidated subsidiaries of ICTS International include Demco Consultants, Ltd. and International Tourist Attractions, Ltd. in Israel, as well as Procheck International B.V. and Ramasso Holdings B.V. in the Netherlands.[4] ICTS International and its subsidiaries I-SEC International Security B.V. (I-SEC) and Pro-Check International (PI) supply aviation security services in 11 countries, including airports in the United States, Europe and the Far East.[2][7] I-SEC was established in 2005 as the aviation security arm of the ICTS International.[8] PI is a subsidiary of I-SEC, and is the preferred security service provider of Air Canada, Delta / Northwest Airlines, KLM, United airlines, and U.S. Airways.[9]

Another subsidiary of ICTS International is Huntleigh USA Corporation (Huntleigh), which engages primarily in non-security related activities in the United States.[7] Providing limited aviation security services, its main aviation services include cleaning aircraft cabins, skycap services, and wheelchair attendants.[6]

ICTS Homeland Security (ICTS HLS), a member of the ICTS International Group, develops security concepts for other transport sectors as well, such as railroad and maritime industries. The Transportation Security Department specializes in providing such services to the public transportation sector and is headed by the former chief security officer of Israel Railways. Customers include Israel Railways and Lyon Turin Ferroviaire (Tunnel).[5]

Media coverage

ICTS International and its two subsidiaries, ISEC and PI, provide security services to the Schipol airport and Delta Airlines. The firm's security system came under scrutiny and as part of the international investigation into how Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was able to board Northwest Airlines Flight 253 with explosive materials, garnering criticism for "its possible responsibility for the security failure at Schiphol."[2][10] While this story was widely reported in the Israeli and European press, mainstream media outlets in the United States gave it no coverage.[11]

ICTS was also responsible for security at the Charles de Gaulle Airport where Richard Reid, the "shoe bomber", boarded American Airlines Flight 63 in December 2001.[11][12]

ICTS' subsidiary, Huntleigh, shared security duties at Boston's Logan Airport on September 11, 2001, where two of the four planes hijacked for use in the attacks originated.[11][12][13] According to Logan Airport officials, the company provided provided gate and baggage security services for United Airlines.[14] Huntleigh faced multiple lawsuits for alleged screening failures by its workers at Logan Airport, but denied any liability for those cases.[13] After reforms to the security system in the US following the 9/11 attacks which resulted in the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) taking over the task of screening passengers and baggage, Huntleigh ceased providing security to US airports.[15] The company petitioned a federal court to order the government to compensate it for the lost business in 2003, but the request was denied. A request made by ICTS International for certiorari was denied by the Supreme Court in 2008.[15][16]

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Moscow airport attack: Russian authorities were warned about a terrorist attack

The Russian security services had been tipped off that a terrorist attack was planned at a Moscow airport a week before the suicide bombing.

According to reports, the warning even gave details of precisely where the bomb would be planted and yet the authorities failed to stop the attack at the country’s busiest airport.

The Russian president, Dmitry Medvedev, today admitted there had been "clear security breaches" and blamed the management of Domodedovo airport.

A security source told the RIA Novosti news agency: “The special services had received information that an act of terror would be carried out at one of the Moscow airports.

“Agents were seeking three suspects but they managed to access the territory of the airport, witness the explosion which their accomplice carried out and then leave the airport."

Another airport security source said: “A tip-off with a warning that something was being prepared appeared one week before the explosion. Even the place, by the customs, was named,” according to the website, which has close links with FSB, Russia’s security service.

Mr Medvedev admitted that security regulations were not being properly followed even though the airport boasts some of the most hi-tech scanning equipment in the world.

"What happened demonstrates that there were clear security breaches. Someone had to try very hard to carry or bring through such a vast amount of explosives," he said, according to Interfax news agency.

"Everyone linked to the company that makes decisions there, and the management of the airport itself, has to answer for everything. This is an act of terror. This is grief. This is a tragedy."

The blast took place in the “meet and greet” area of the international arrivals hall where passengers are met after they pass through customs control.

A spokesman for the airport confirmed it was a “free access zone” that does not require a boarding pass to enter.

However, the airport does have a series of metal detectors on the entrance to the arrivals hall to scan people who are there to meet relatives. These are not always operational.

The blast will damage Russia’s international image as it gears up to hold two major sporting events, the Winter Olympics in 2014 and the 2018 Football World Cup.

Domodedovo Airport is Russia’s largest airport in terms of passenger numbers and serves international airlines including British Airways, Lufthansa and Swiss Air.

In all, 77 airlines offer regular flights to Domodedovo, flying on 241 international and national routes, and there are five flights from Britain each day.

Built in 1964, it is located 26 miles (42 kilometres) southeast of the centre of Moscow and is the largest of the three major airports that serve the Russian capital, serving over 22 million people last year.

It is generally regarded as Moscow’s most up-to-date airport, but its security procedures have been called into question.

In 2004, two suicide bombers were able to board planes at Domodedovo by buying tickets illegally from airport personnel.

The female suicide bombers, Chechen separatists, blew themselves up in mid-air, killing all 90 people aboard the two flights.

Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International, said airports have been aware that they could be the subject of attacks since the 1970s.

He cited the example of Tel Aviv airport, where 26 people were killed in an attack in 1972 using guns and hand grenades, which has a series of check points starting 3km from the terminal.

“The problem is that metal detectors and x-ray machines are not effective at detecting bombs,” Mr Baum said. “And as you ratchet up the number of checks, you have large numbers of people standing in line and the queues themselves can become targets.”

Mr Baum said that combining airports with shopping centres has made them more crowded and many have limited space so passengers and those meeting them are funnelled into relatively small areas.

“It is a major challenge for airports in Europe because very few are constructed on large open sites selected for the purpose,” he added.

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