As the flood of Muslim refugees continues to flow into Europe, and even the United States, many people have voiced concerns about the possibility of radical jihadists hiding among the generally innocent and peaceful people.
Even though the Islamic State group has openly stated its intent to use the refugee crisis as cover to infiltrate militants into Europe, there are still those who dismiss this worry out of hand.
But the concerns have been proven to be valid, as yet again some individuals posing as Muslim refugees have been implicated in the terror attacks that rocked Paris in November, according to Reuters.
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Austrian officials recently announced the arrest at a refugee center in Salzburg of two men suspected of playing a role in the murderous assault.
“Two people who arrived from the Middle East were arrested (over) the weekend (at an) accommodation for refugees on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organization,” said Robert Holzleitner, spokesman for the Salzburg prosecutor’s office. “As part of the preliminary investigation, evidence suggesting a connection with the Paris attacks is being verified.”
A local newspaper claimed that the men were believed to be of Algerian and Pakistani origin, and that they entered Europe through Greece bearing fake Syrian passports at the same time as other members of the group responsible for the attack.
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Anyone who persists in claiming that radical Islamic terrorists are not fully exploiting the refugee crisis to their own extremist purposes is either not paying attention to the reality around them, or worse, lying to perpetuate a particular agenda or narrative.
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