A string of arrests this past week has conclusively proven the link between the flood of nonwhite invaders and Islamic terrorism in Europe, directly contradicting leftist claims to the contrary following the Paris terror attacks.
At the same time, Greek police have warned that the invaders are now issuing themselves forged “landing papers”—normally given to the “refugees” after first registering as “asylum seekers”—to facilitate their movement across Europe.
In Belgium, another nonwhite tied to the Paris terrorist attacks has been arrested in the invader-overrun Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. This brings to ten the total number detained in the suburb this week, after nine others were arrested in earlier raids.
The terror alert in Brussels was simultaneously raised to the highest possible status as the government braced itself for violent retaliation from the huge numbers of nonwhite “immigrants” and “asylum seekers” who have already become the majority of the Belgian capital’s population.
The seriousness of the situation in Brussels was illustrated by the US European Command issuing a 72-hour travel restriction on travel to the city by all US military personnel as well as civilian Pentagon employees, contractors, and command-sponsored family members and dependents. The command said on its website that “for those already in Brussels, everyone is to shelter in place and remain at home.”
At the same time, the Turkish government announced that it had arrested three ISIS militants, including one of Moroccan descent with Belgian nationality, named as Ahmet Dahmani, 26.
Turkish authorities said Dahmani scouted out the Paris attack locations for the ISIS terrorist team, and arrived in Turkey from Amsterdam the day after the Paris attacks.
Dahmani was arrested while hiding out in a luxury hotel in the southern coastal city of Antalya, after Turkish police followed two other ISIS militants, Ahmet Tahir, 29, and Mohammed Verd, 23, to his location after they had traveled from Syria to meet with him—and take him back to Syria.
On November 20, Greek police arrested four Pakistanis in Greece for “involvement in terrorist activities.” No further details were released, but the four had also entered Europe disguised as “asylum seekers.”
On Thursday November 19, Swedish police confirmed that they had arrested a 25-year-old ISIS militant Iraqi, Mutar Muthanna Majid, on suspicion of planning an attack.
According to the Expressen newspaper, Majid was arrested at an asylum center in Boliden in Västerbotten in northeast Sweden after police had received “concrete intelligence” that an attack was being planned.
According to the Expressen, Majid was arrested at a state-funded center where he had lived for five weeks “with people from Syria, Iraq, and Eritrea”—all asylum seekers.
Another article in the Expressen confirmed that Majid had entered Europe via the “Balkans” route, used by the fake asylum seekers for their ongoing nonwhite invasion of Europe.
The map used by the Expressed newspaper to show the “asylum” route which Majid used to reach Sweden.
Majid had registered with the Swedish authorities as an “asylum seeker” after reaching Sweden. The Expressen also confirmed that the police are looking for even more suspects.
Greek police have warned that it is “virtually impossible” to identify terrorists among the flood of nonwhite invaders pouring into Europe.
“If they are not already registered in the database, it’s nearly impossible,” Dimitris Amountzias, police captain in charge of Moria, Greece’s main registration camp on the island of Lesbos, told Agence France-Presse (AFP).
He said that the invaders cannot buy ferry tickets off the island without undergoing police registration—but admitted that it was possible to purchase fake police registration documents on the island from other “migrants” who had set up a flourishing business under police’s noses.
A gang of suspected forgers, most of them Pakistanis, were arrested on Lesbos on Wednesday, November 18, the AFP report said.
“We don’t really know who is coming through,” another officer admitted to AFP. Even if “Syrians” carry passports, it is not always possible to match the document to its bearer, and people of other nationalities “are registered on the basis of who they claim to be,” the policeman told AFP.
It was also confirmed by French authorities that the Paris terrorist attack mastermind, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, entered Europe via the Greek islands through the “refugee” invasion without being detected. This is in addition to the terrorist who blew himself up outside the Stade de France stadium.
The trade in fake documents has now spread worldwide with five Syrians travelling on falsified Greek passports being caught in Honduras this past week—obviously on their way to the USA. Another Middle Eastern woman was also arrested in Costa Rica with a “suspicious” Greek passport.
On Monday, November 16, five Pakistanis and one Afghan were arrested in Arizona along with two suspected smugglers, according to a Department of Homeland Security report.
Another three “Syrians” traveling with fake Greek passports were arrested on the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Maarten on November 14. The three men came on an Insel Air flight from Haiti, and before that had “traveled from Europe, then stopped in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti before entering St. Maarten.”