February 17, 2016
Can you imagine escaping the brutal civil wars in Algeria and Pakistan only to have your terrorism plot foiled by racist cops?
We have to do something more to protect these terrorists.
Two men who were arrested in the Austrian city of Salzburg while posing as refugees have confessed to planning further terror attacks in Paris.
The men were arrested at a migrant centre near the city on suspicion of belong to a terror group after being stopped by border guards who discovered they had fake Syrian passports. They were trying to travel on to France, but were turned back.
According to Rosenheim24, the pair arrived on the Greek island of Leros in October around the same time as the men who launched November’s terror attacks in Paris. Although the ended up in Salzburg, reports suggest they were really heading to Paris where they hoped to launch more attacks.
The 28-year-old Algerian and 34-year-old Pakistani, who have not been named, applied for asylum in Austria and had their fingerprints taken. They had reportedly been in contact with Abdelhamid Abaaoud, one of the ring leaders of the Paris attacks who was killed in a shootout.
So far, the Salzburg prosecutor’s office has only confirmed that six people are in detention on suspicion of involvement in a terror organisation.
It sure will be shocking when the inevitable next terrorist attack happens.
David Cameron will tweet: “I’m shocked!”