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Refugee-Terrorist Arrested in Poland

A refugee-terrorist from Iraq—making use of the European Union’s “free movement” policy—has been arrested in Poland by police while planning terrorist attacks in the city of Lodz.

The 48-year-old “asylum seeker” entered Poland after coming through Switzerland and Sweden—from where he had been expelled, the Polsat news service reported.

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The still-unnamed refugee-terrorist was arrested on July 24, while in possession of explosives, Polsat reported.

He was carrying detailed notes and plans which show that he was planning to commit terrorist attacks mainly against French business premises in Lodz.

The invader was ordered detained for two months while detectives from the Polish Internal Security Agency (ABW) determine if he planned to act alone or if he was part of a terrorist group.

According to Beata Marczak, chief of the Lodz National Prosecution Service, the detectives are also looking at which other countries the invader may have visited.



The refugee-terrorist came to police attention after he was noted for renting several apartments along the route to be travelled by Pope Francis during today’s ceremonies marking the Catholic Church’s “World Youth Day” gathering in the city of Krakow. A police dog search of the apartments detected explosives.

The Iraqi rented two different apartments in Lodz. When arrested, he was also found to be in possession of explosives and a list of shopping malls and hypermarkets.

Police believe that the explosives which were found with the invader are only part of a larger cache, and are now working to establish where the rest are stored.

An Interior Ministry spokesman told Polsat that Poland has now re-introduced border controls, and that at least 200 people have already been detained at the border crossings for “various reasons.”

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The latest arrest comes at the same time that Poland was already in an uproar over the murder of a 45-year-old Polish woman by a refugee-terrorist in Reutlingen, Germany.

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  1. Hopefully terrorism is a capital offence in Poland, it should be a mandatory sentence in all countries

     
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    1. The EU forces member states to prohibit capital punishment.

      Yet another reason to hate, despise and curse the EU.

       
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  2. If he was planning on blowing up the Pope, then he couldn’t have picked a better target. The pope has been advocating opening the floodgates to people like this terrorist.

     
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  3. “The refugee-terrorist came to police attention after he was noted for renting several apartments along the route to be travelled by Pope Francis …”

    Pretty good acting, especially when You compare this to cops in some other countries when after the terrorist attack police admits that the terrorist was “well known” for several years yet they couldn’t stop him.

     
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  4. Ha this incident been made public in the MSM?
    I bet it has not seen the light of day. With that in mind together wit the EU abhorrence of the death penalty Polish or any other government should simply extract as much information from these animals as possible (using whatever method is required) then take them out to woods & put a large soft nosed bullet into them. Bury them good & deep.

     
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