THE ISLAMIC INVASION

Wilders Tells Dutch Parliament Refugee Crisis Is ‘Islamic Invasion’

September 11, 2015Breitbart.com reports: “Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders called the wave of refugees pushing into Europe an ‘Islamic invasion’, during a parliamentary debate on Thursday that exposed deep divisions over how the Netherlands should respond to the crisis.

 

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday appealed to EU members to share out refugees arriving on the bloc’s fringes. Several EU countries oppose the idea of mandatory quotas, as supported by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the conservative Dutch government says it is only willing to take in more if all EU states agree.

 

At the start of the debate, Wilders called the wave of refugees passing through Hungary and other countries ‘an Islamic invasion of Europe, of the Netherlands.’

 

‘Masses of young men in their twenties with beards singing Allahu Akbar across Europe. It’s an invasion that threatens our prosperity, our security, our culture and identity,’ he said…” (Wilders, who was on trial in Holland a few years ago by Muslim troublemakers and terrorists was absolved of all guilt and today continues his stand against Islamic threats and accusations. I have numerous headlines proving Wilders is right about the above headline. These jihadists and ISIS murderers are part of the illegal immigrants flowing into Europe. See the next three reports.)


 

Thousands Protest Migrants in Eastern Europe: ‘Islam Will Be the Death of Europe’

September 14, 2015Breitbart.com reports: “Thousands of people joined anti-migrant protests in three eastern European capitals on Saturday after leaders from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia opposed an EU scheme to fix refugee quotas.

 

In the Polish capital Warsaw, nearly 5,000 people, many chanting anti-Islamic slogans, marched through the city, an AFP correspondent said. ‘Islam will be the death of Europe’, one of the banners said.

 

Organisers claimed the demonstration drew 10,000 people but police refused to confirm the figure…”


 

Muslim cleric: ISIS infiltrating Europe through migrants

September 16, 2015 WND.com reports: “In an interview Tuesday with WND, British Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary stated ISIS ‘undoubtedly’ is taking advantage of the migrant crisis rocking Europe, using the displaced Syrians as cover to bring jihadists to the West.

 

‘Undoubtedly this will be seen as one of the avenues that the Islamic State employ in order to get their own people in position to where they may be able to confront who they see to be the enemies who are leading the campaign against them,’ Choudary stated.

 

‘So I think this is a very real possibility,’ he continued. ‘It’s probably already happening. The extent of it is very difficult to know until it has some kind of manifestation.’…”


 

Are ISIS Terrorists Hiding Among Refugees?

September 17, 2015Israel National News reports: “Warnings that jihadists bent on violence may be sneaking into Europe disguised as refugees are growing louder, but analysts say extremists do not need to board rickety rubber dinghies to infiltrate the continent.

 

Politicians have for weeks been sounding the alarm over the risk of Islamist terrorists making their way to Europe undetected in the flood of migrants, and even Pope Francis warned this week of the ‘risk of infiltration.’

 

While experts say this scenario is indeed possible, they argue that groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS) have far more sophisticated means to reach Europe to carry out attacks.

 

‘I think it is a very valid concern from one point (but) the key thing to remember is the group has large numbers of EU citizens fighting for it with valid passports who could potentially travel back (to Europe) through conventional means,’ Matthew Henman of IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center said.

 

However, he said using passports would make it more likely the terrorists could be tracked, while it is virtually impossible to vet refugees for ties to any terror groups.

 

‘It is one of the most pressing security concerns facing security officials across Western Europe currently,’ he told AFP…”