The war in Gaza is raising security concerns for some countries

As the war in Gaza continues, which is the focus of the world's attention, some European countries are beginning to worry about their own security.
The Japanese Times reported on November 25 that European security officials have begun to worry about the risk of attacks by people affected by the Israel-Hamas war.
Security officials predict that the biggest threat will come from individual attackers who are difficult to track. Intelligence and police officials in five European countries, including Britain, Germany and France, have said they have stepped up surveillance of people they believe are radicalized. It is reported that this will put more pressure on the spending and resources of European countries to deal with threats from Russia, China and Iran.
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