Our WORST fears about the European migrant crisis were just confirmed
We’ve written frequently here about the dangers inherent in the current mass wave of migrants from Syria to Europe — especially considering the Islamic strategy of al-hijra, or the Islamic doctrine of immigration. It’s the much quieter companion strategy to violent jihad for creating Islamic supremacy in the world. Al-hijra may take a bit longer, but under the guise of “humanitarianism” is very effective.
As the world watches migrants from war-torn Syria flood Europe, the apparent prevalence of young men overtaking the continent has only amplified the question — and real fear — about whether we’re watching al-hijra take place before our very eyes.
And, now, the news that an al-Qaeda terror boss has been found among the migrants, posing as an asylum seeker, adds what may be the most stark credence yet to these fears. And — get this — authorities tried to keep this chilling discovery hidden to avoid “panic” and “scare tactics.” Comforting, eh?
A convicted terrorist has been caught trying to smuggle himself into Europe by posing as an asylum seeker, in a stark event proving correct those who warned of terrorists taking advantage of the European Union’s lax border controls.
Ben Nasr Mehdi, a Tunisian who was first arrested in Italy in 2007 and sentenced to seven years imprisonment for plotting terror attacks with an Islamic State-linked group, was caught trying to re-enter the country last month.