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Islamic State fighters pose as Syrian refugees to enter Europe

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Berlin - Islamic State combatants disguised as Syrian refugees fleeing the war-torn country want to enter Europe to launch terrorist attacks.

The German mass circulation Bild am Sonntag reported on Sunday that the "Americans succeeded in decoding locked communications of the ISIS leadership."

The information from monitored ISIS conversations, also known as Islamic State, revealed that the terrorists cannot use airports on their way to Europe because of the strict control. Government officials confirmed the Bild am Sonntag report.

An official for Germany's Interior Ministry told the paper that Germany stands in the "focus of jihadist terrorism," but there is no indication at this time of any concrete attacks.

The Bild am Sonntag wrote,"In view of the chaotic conditions on the Syria-Turkey border, it is nearly impossible to catch ISIS-terrorists in the wave of refugees."

German security authorities estimate that 450 radical German Muslims have traveled in the direction of Syria. An official from Germany's intelligence told The Jerusalem Post that it is difficult to track radical German Islamists leaving Germany for Syria because they do not need a visa to first land in Turkey. The southern Turkey border has been the principal point of entry into Syria for jihadists seeking to fight Assad's regime and create a caliphate state.

Roughly 150 radical German Islamists have returned from Syria and are currently in Germany.

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German intelligence agencies, according to Die Welt, say some jihads, who were based in terror camps in the Afghanistan and Pakistan war theaters, are now in Syria or on their way to the country. Al-Qaida and other jihadist groups attracted German Muslims to Pakistan and Afghanistan, where so-called "German colonies" were established.

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The German Television station ARD reported last week that German authorities allowed — and even supported — the travel of violent Islamists over the years to foreign countries. According to a government official, the thinking was "persons who are dangerous and could launch attacks are brought outside of the country."

http://www.jpost.com/International/US-intelligence-Islamic-State-fighters-pose-as-Syrian-refugees-to-enter-Europe-378084

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