Wave of Bloodshed headed for Europe: ISIS has 400 Fighters in Europe Ready to Attack

Counter-terrorism officials are warning that yesterday’s attack in Brussels was probably just the tip of the iceberg, as European officials say their intelligence suggests that ISIS has infiltrated the European Union with some 400 ISIS fighters.

The Islamic State group is suspected of infiltrating Europe through the Syrian refugee programs that has seen tens of thousands of military age Muslim males streaming across borders throughout the EU, and even making their way into the United States. Before being killed in a police raid, the ringleader of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks claimed he had entered Europe in a multinational group of 90 fighters, who scattered “more or less everywhere.”

The Associated Press reports that a group of European and Iraqi intelligence officials, along with “a French lawmaker who follows jihadi networks,” warn that “the fighters have been given orders to find the right time, place and method to carry out their mission.”

Nightmare Scenario: Autonomous cells already dispatched throughout the World

While politicians worried about offending Muslims, instead of closing down their borders, ISIS used the weakness known as political correctness to their benefit.

The truth is 400 is probably a very conservative estimate. In fact, in Europe security officials say some 5,000 Europeans have gone to Syria. Most of these have fallen off the radar, and could be pretty much anywhere at this point.

According to The International Centre for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence, the number of foreigners that have joined Sunni militant organizations in the Syria/Iraq conflict now exceeds 20,000 – of which nearly a fifth were residents or nationals of Western European countries.

By providing these homegrown terrorists with training, planning and firepower, ISIS has managed to extend its reach throughout the world by using people who have direct ties to the communities they attack.

7 Comments

  1. church
    March 24, 2016 at 3:33 pm

    As I sit and ponder on a midnight dreary I can only come to one conclusion …I have got to store more Ammo….

    • It doesn't matter
      March 24, 2016 at 5:11 pm

      Let us not only store more ammo ourselves…we should encourage others to do the same…

  2. So let’s go to war with New Zealand. Aboriginal people look dangerous.

    • boogoo
      March 25, 2016 at 6:02 pm

      NZ has Maoris. Australia Aboriginals. If you are going to make ignorant comments..Do a bit of research before perhaps

      • Chris
        March 26, 2016 at 6:23 am

        ab·o·rig·i·nal
        ˌabəˈrijənl
        adjective

        1.(of human races, animals, and plants) inhabiting or existing in a land from the earliest times or from before the arrival of colonists; indigenous.
        synonyms: indigenous, native

        While I might not agree with everything that B from CA always says, he was correct in his use of the term. It also appears that you missed the sarcasm in his comment. And before you get upset I have in fact been to N.Z. and I am fully aware of the existence of the Maori people. Might want to do some research before you look ignorant.

    • Rebecca
      March 26, 2016 at 12:49 pm

      B from CA is not too far wrong. I’m a NZer so here’s a little history lesson. Dutchman Abel Tasman discovered NZ in 1642 and while attempting to land and obtain fresh water, one of his sailors was killed (and eaten). How’s that for first contact! Tasman named that place Murderer’s Bay.

      When the Brits were debating where to put their new penal colony and were tossing up between NZ and Australia, the warlike nature of the Maori pushed their decision to Australia. I suspect climate wise NZ would have been easier (hey, it rains!) but I’m not sure explaining to the British public that their family members that technically were to return home after seven years had been killed by the indigenous population would have gone down well politically.

      Just to be clear, the Australian Aborigines did attack the British but their culture was not based on war like the Maori. Because of the arid climate, Aborigines had to be quite nomadic and the British perceived this as indifference i.e. walking off into the vast sunset. Maori had no such option. The population was high and resources were scarce and you fought for them.

  3. Susan D
    March 28, 2016 at 7:54 am

    The Trogan horse is the refugee clusters and amongst them are terrorists. They will lie quietly until the time (to them) is right. It could be months, it could be years. When viewing the news, I was concerned to see healthy young men in these groups when their country needs them to take a stand for freedom and fight, not run. Hopefully those hidden warmongers will be found out sooner rather than later and not with the loss of the lives of innocents. Even while in hiding they are causing the breakdown of trust amongst neighbours which does not bode well for any country’s stability.

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