A jihadist smuggler recently put Europe on alert, informing that 4,000 ISIS fighters are currently positioned at various locations inside Western nations, with 50,000 jihadists now living in Europe.
This infiltration has many Europeans living in fear that Islamic terrorists currently residing in numerous terrorist cells and no-go zones across the continent will soon launch insurrections against the nations that generously took them in as supposed refugees from war-torn countries.
A new kind of German invasion
Germany – which is suffering from one of the worst refugee crises in Europe because of its lax Muslim refugee resettlement programs – is currently undergoing some major problems.
“German law-enforcement officials are busy tracking down dozens of members of Jabhat al-Nusra, one of the most brutal jihadist groups in Syria,” WND reported. “The jihadists are suspected of slaughtering hundreds of Syrian soldiers and civilians.”
And even though more than two dozen of the Islamic terrorists have already been identified in Germany, the Gatestone Institute announced that many dozens more are believed to be covertly residing in small towns and larger cities throughout the northern European nation – with most of the suspected jihadists entering Germany by pretending to be refugees.
Furthermore, information obtained by WND from the Federal Criminal Police indicates that at least 400 “asylum seekers” who entered Germany as migrants between 2015 and 2016 are now being investigated as suspected members of jihadist groups from the Middle East.
“The European Border and Coast Guard Agency – also known as Frontex – has previously warned that Islamic terrorists are using the refugee crisis to slide into Europe undetected and plan attacks across the continent,” WND’s Paul Bremmer informed. “Frontex has admitted it has no way of tracking jihadists and, therefore, does not know the actual number who have entered Europe.”
European Union (EU) Counter-terrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove puts the estimated number of jihadists residing in Europe at more than 50,000.
“Three years ago, it was easy to identify someone who has become radicalized,” Ade Kerchove told the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, in an August 31 interview. “Now, most fanatics disguise their convictions. We do not have exact figures, but it is not difficult to do approximate calculations. United Kingdom, it is not a secret, it has been published, it has 20,000. France, 17,000. Spain much less, but more than 5,000, I suppose. In Belgium, almost 500 have gone to Syria and there are about 2,000 radicals or more. I would not venture to a specific figure, but tens of thousands – more than 50,000.”
He also divulged that besides strategic on-the-ground placements across Europe, jihadists are networking throughout Europe via the Internet.
“In a separate interview with a Belgian publication, de Kerchove said Europol – the European police office – has identified at least 30,000 active jihadist websites,” Bremmer pointed out. “However, the EU no longer requires Internet service providers to collect and hold metadata from their customers due to concerns about privacy. This has made it extremely difficult for police to track down the jihadists’ physical locations.”
Invasion by sea and land
Generating even more concern, the International Organization for Migration revealed that approximately 130,000 immigrants relocated to Europe between January and August this year, with more than 10,000 of them entering by boat on Spanish beaches … and thousands more arriving by land.
Spain is not the only country watching a Muslim invasion along its coastline.
“Romanian Coast Guards have seized two boats carrying Syrians and Iraqis in the Black Sea, raising concerns that a new migrant route to Europe might be opening up, after several Balkan countries closed their borders to the refugee influx,” Balkan Insight (BIRN) reported. “One boat – carrying 70 Iraqis and Syrians, including 23 children – was intercepted late Sunday in the Black Sea in Romania's southeastern Constanta region.
This subtle invasion – portrayed in the media as a heart-wrenching rescue of oppressed Muslim refugees – was the second such incident that took place in the region in less than a week … indicating an increased effort to Islamize Eastern Europe.
“On August 13, coastguards discovered a boat with 69 Iraqi migrants in Romanian waters,” BIRN’s Ana Maria Touma informed.
The rapidly increasing infiltration is evidently expanding to more areas across Europe – until the entire continent is colonized to eventually establish an Islamic takeover.
“Smuggler networks are testing new routes, and one of them is the Black Sea and Romania,” an anonymous source from the Romanian Immigration Inspectorate told BIRN. “They have attempted this before; they send small groups to test the waters, and give up if they see there is little hope. Until now, we haven’t been caught off guard.”
Numbers show that Europe is continuing to be overrun by Islamic migrants with an ever-increasing intensity.
“Border Police activity reports … show that, in 2017, the number of people caught while illegally crossing the Romanian-Serbian border has tripled, compared to the first part of 2016,” Touma added. “A total of 2.474 people were detained while trying to cross the border illegally in the first six months of 2017. Almost half of them were caught while trying to leave Romania for Hungary. In 2016 only 1,624 migrants were detained. Most were found trying to cross from Serbia to Romania.”
Multiculturalism the Trojan Horse?
One expert on terrorism suggests that all Europeans should model their policies and attitudes on refugee resettlement after those taken on Islamic terrorism by countries such as Hungary, Poland, Japan and the Czech Republic, who all take preserving their nations’ culture and safety seriously.
“If you look at these countries, they have had little to no Islamic terrorism,” WND News Editor Leo Hohmann pointed out. “They prefer to take a pass on the ‘cultural enrichment’ romanticized by the globalists, because they allow very few Islamic migrants from the Middle East and Africa into their countries, and those who are allowed in must not only undergo an extensive pre-screening process, but must agree to adopt the cultural values of the host country.”
The author of Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest through Immigration and the Resettlement Jihad warns about their insistence to live apart from the societies that have generously embraced them.
“In short, they must assimilate – not live in enclaves, refuse to learn the native language and use lawfare to intimidate the host culture into adapting to their norms, rather than them adapting to the host country’s norms,” Hohmann asserted.
He reemphasized that Europe and the U.S. could avoid a lot of terrorist threats if they live by the example of Eastern Europeans.
“If Western Europe and the United States would emulate these policies, we would not see schools and universities opening on-campus Islamic prayer rooms, we would not see employers kowtowing to Muslim refugees wanting time off for daily prayers, and we would definitely not see the public school systems injecting pro-Islamic teachings into their curricula,” Hohmann insisted.
Fearing for their lives …
More and more Europeans are becoming alarmed by the Islamic invasion, fearing that the incoming migrants will result in more terrorist attacks and severely burden their countries in numerous ways.
“A median of 59 percent across 10 EU countries voice concern about the prospect of increased terrorism,” the Pew Research Center divulged from a September 2016 survey. “This includes 76 percent who say this in Hungary and 71 percent in Poland. Around six-in-10 in Germany (61 percent), the Netherlands (61 percent) and Italy (60 percent) also think refugees will increase terrorism in their country.”
In addition, 57 percent in Sweden, 55 percent in Greece, 52 percent in the United Kingdom, 46 percent in France and 40 percent in Spain are concerned that refugees will increase domestic terrorism.
Here’s how the Pew’s statistics stacked up when the asked Europeans if they see refugees from Syria and Iraq as a major threat:
- Poland– 73 percent
- Greece – 69 percent
- Hungary – 69 percent
- Italy – 65 percent
- United Kingdom – 52 percent
- France – 45 percent
- Spain – 42 percent
- Netherlands – 36 percent
- Germany – 31 percent
- Sweden – 24 percent
All in the politics …
When it comes down to it, those in Europe who tend to look past the Islamic terrorist threat do so as a result of their progressive political persuasion.
“Political orientation plays a large role in views of the refugee threat,” Pew pointed out. “In eight of the 10 EU countries surveyed, those on the political Right are more concerned about refugees as a threat than those on the political Left.”
France, which is seeing more and more terrorist attacks at the hands of Muslim migrants sees this trend more pronounced than the rest of the 10 EU nations surveyed.
“This is most evident in France, where 61 percent of those who place themselves on the political Right say that refugees are a major threat, compared with only 29 percent of those on the Left,” the researchers pointed out.