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22 of September, 15:27

ISIS recruiting children in refugee camps in Europe
ISIS recruiting children in refugee camps in Europe. For the week on suspicion of having links with extremists arrested three teenagers.

16-year-old Mohammed, a native of Syria, was arrested at a shelter for refugees in Cologne. Police learned that the young man was planning to commit a terrorist act. In the online chat he had contact with extremists. One of the interviewees received detailed instructions on how to make a bomb.

Ministry has sounded the alarm. Just this week, it's already 3 juvenile, who was detained on suspicion of involvement in terrorism. European intelligence services believe: ISIS creates groups of children terrorists in European refugee camps. There is an active recruitment of primarily homeless and orphaned children living in shelters for migrants and centres for temporary accommodation. The incredible cruelty of children vaccinated in training.

Then fixed to the case. Newspaper Daily Mail publishes footage of a blond boy of European appearance, not older than 5 years, shoots one of the prisoners. To weed out the terrorists among the refugees is extremely difficult. Especially if he's a kid, and it relies ISIS. In Germany for the year recorded more than 300 cases of recruitment of migrants. Most of them are teenagers, the inhabitants of reception centres for refugees.

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