The European Union’s border agency Frontex has admitted that there are an unknown number of jihadis in Europe—and that the “refugee crisis” is allowing them to enter at will.
At the same time, police in Germany have arrested another ISIS terrorist in a “refugee camp,” and it has transpired that one of the Brussels bombers had a job as a cleaner at the EU parliament.
According to Frontex’s newly released “Risk Analysis for 2016,” the “refugee” influx is allowing terrorists to enter the EU, and the Paris attacks proved jihadists were exploiting the “refugee crisis.”
“With no thorough check or penalties in place for those making false declarations, there is a risk that some persons representing a security threat to the EU may be taking advantage of this situation,” the report said.
Frontex also recorded 1.82 million illegal crossings into the EU last year—six times more than in 2014. The total number of “refugees” was estimated at one million, and Frontex claimed that the higher figure was the result of “double counting” in Greece and at the western Balkan EU borders.
But it said it that there was no real way of telling how many illegal immigrants there were and, in any case, there was no way of tracing their movements once they were inside the EU.
The record number of nonwhite invaders seeking to make their way to Europe “also led to an increase in the number of detections of people smugglers, which rose by a fifth to more than 12,000,” the report continued.
“Moroccans, Spaniards, Albanians, and Syrians were the most represented nationalities among the people smugglers. On several occasions, especially on the Central Mediterranean route, smugglers threatened border guards and rescue teams to recover the boats used to transport migrants.”
Meanwhile, from Germany comes the news that a Syrian national has been detained in the western region of Westphalia on war crimes charges, specifically of commanding a “rebel militia” in Aleppo that committed atrocities and plundered artefacts.
The invader, named as Ibrahim Al F., led a 150-man district militia in Aleppo belonging to the Islamist rebel group Ghuraba al-Sham, then part of the “Free Syrian Army,” the “moderate” rebels supported by the US and the West.
At the same time, it has emerged that one of the Brussels suicide bombers had a cleaning job at the European Parliament in that city.
The bomber, Najim Laachraoui, blew himself up at Brussels airport last month. He is also accused of being the bomb maker for the Paris terror assaults last November after his DNA was found on some the explosives used in the attacks, which killed 130.