Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Germany says it has lost track of 160 ISIS Terrorists who pose a threat to public safety

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The German government says it's lost track of around 160 Islamic State Terrorists who travelled to Syria and Iraq to join the ranks of the terror group. The admission from the interior ministry, which came in response to a freedom of information request, has led to fears that some surviving fighters may try to return to Germany.
About 1,050 Germans travelled to Iraq and Syria to join terror groups since 2013. Roughly a third have returned and another 220 are thought to have been killed. The rest remain in the region or have moved elsewhere.
Over the last few years, millions of immigrants from all over the Middle East, Asia and Africa have moved to Europe as refugees.
The European Union has embraced Policies of open borders and free immigration, which allows anyone to enter Europe without the surveillance of any security authority.
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