The Independent: German police arrest three Syrian men ‘sent to Europe by Isis to carry out terror attacks’ as part of Paris attacks network
Investigators say 17-year-old suspect had been trained with weapons and explosives in Raqqa
German police have arrested three Syrian men suspected of being deployed by Isis to carry out new terror attacks in Europe.
Prosecutors said the three suspects were dispatched to Germany last year “either to carry out a mission that they had been informed about or to wait for further instructions”.
They were named as Mahir al-H, 17, Ibrahim M, 18, and Mohamed A, 18, with their surnames redacted according to German privacy laws.
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WNU Editor: I suspect that these 3 young men are just the tip of the iceberg .... and that the German authorities are conducting massive surveillance operations on many of these Syrian refugees.
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