By Thomas Madison
“They’re fine,” they said. “They’re from the religion of peace,” they said. “They’re just harmless refugees,” they said. Really?
Donald Trump is right! Hundreds of the so called Muslim “refugees” in Europe have been caught with shocking images and videos on their cell phones, including people holding up severed human heads, video of brutal torture and beheadings, and images of the ISIS flag.
In addition, it has been discovered that at least three of the Paris mass murderers were Muslim “refugees” who recently arrived in Europe.
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So, my question is, “What the hell are we doing opening the floodgates to these people?” We should be watching closely and learning from the Muslim immigration nightmare happening in Europe right now. And by all means, we should be implementing Donald Trump’s temporary halt to the immigration of Muslims to America. It is just common sense!
From Brian Hayes, Top Right News
A horrifying discovery on the cell phones of “hundreds” of so-called “refugees” in one nation is raising a major alarm in Europe and the United States about the ability of authorities to properly screen for terrorists — in the wake of Obama’s failure with San Bernardino jihadist.
Authorities have discovered images of ISIS flags and severed heads on the cellphones of hundreds of asylum seekers crossing into Norway, highlighting concerns about terrorists exploiting the migrant crisis to infiltrate jihadists into Europe.
Nettavisen reports that an “explosion” of refugees crossing into the country in recent months meant that the Police Immigration Service (PU) had to register the migrants quickly.
According to the report, after searching luggage and mobile phones belonging to migrants, police have logged “hundreds” of examples of “photos and videos of executions and brutal punishments, such as images of people holding up severed heads or hands.”
Authorities also discovered numerous examples of ISIS flags and symbols belonging to other terrorist organizations.
Erik Haugland, head of Norway’s asylum program, said that the images may be on the phones for innocent reasons, but that some individuals had likely downloaded the photos because they supported or were affiliated with terrorist groups.
Illustrating the concerns of many that some of the refugees arriving in the west have ties to jihadists, a recent poll found that an astounding 21 per cent of Syrians support ISIS.
Earlier this month, a newly uncovered ISIS manifesto bragged about how the terror organization was planning on exploiting the refugee program to infiltrate jihadists into Europe and set up radicalized Muslim ghettos in major cities.
At least three individuals who posed as “refugees” have now been connected to the November 13 Paris attacks, including the mastermind behind the plot, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who brazenly revealed how he exploited the migrant red carpet to plot bloodshed.