This is the final jihad

Expert: Too Many Terrorists Now for Europe to Track 
Expert: Too Many Terrorists Now for Europe to Track ByPamela Geller on August 23, 2015 Eurabia: Dhimmitude Eurabian emigration 00 Comments The devout…| Pamela Geller
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The devout Muslim who opened fire on a Paris train was known to security agencies and linked to an Islamic terrorist group. Despite a history of jihad-terror activity, the savage was free to slaughter and maim in the cause of Islam. The gunman overpowered on a Paris-bound train had ties to radical Islam and was under surveillance in three countries, reports say. (here) Experts now warn that intel agencies are overwhelmed by the number of Muslim terrorists in Europe. And yet hundreds of thousands of Muslim migrants continue to flood their border. Last week, non-Muslims in an IKEA in Sweden were beheaded by a Muslim asylum seeker.
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According to an expert, Europe now has too many terrorists to track. Australia has stopped many hundreds heading to the Middle East. How many are there here? Will the political class do anything about it?
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This is  not a “Refugee Crisis”- this is the final jihad. This is a full blown Mohammedan invasion, sanctioned by the EUSSR, backed by the OIC and the UN:
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Once again: these are not refugees and they are not asylum seekers:
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These are Mohammedan migrants, who migrate in the way of allah. They are performing al hijra, migration to conquer infidel lands for Islam.
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7,000 refugees cross Macedonia, threaten Europe’s “soul”
7,000 refugees cross Macedonia, threaten Europe's

More than 7,000 refugees have crossed into western Europe on Sunday with Italy’s foreign minister claiming the refugee wave will rip apart the selfish European union.

World Bulletin / News Desk

Thousands of migrants, mostly Syrian refugees, travelled through Macedonia and Serbia on Sunday towards western Europe, as Italy’s foreign minister said the escalating crisis threatened the bloc’s “soul”.

More than 7,000 men, woman and children crossed into southern Serbia from Macedonia overnight Saturday to Sunday alone, the UN’s refugee agency (UNHCR) said, with many more still expected to arrive.

The mass movement came after Macedonian police on Saturday finally re-opened the border with Greece after three days of trying to hold back streams of migrants.

Macedonia had on Thursday declared a state of emergency and sealed off its border to halt the influx, leaving thousands stranded in no-man’s land.

After a tense standoff on the border, hundreds of stranded refugees, many carrying small children, forced their way through barbed wire fences in dramatic scenes on Saturday as police hurled stun grenades.

By Saturday evening, border guards stood aside to allow 1,500 migrants through unhindered, with many heading straight for Serbia, the next stop on their journey to reach the European Union.

The UNHCR said Sunday it had received assurances from the Macedonian government “that the border will be open to refugees fleeing conflict in their countries of origin”.

On the Serbian side of the frontier, the UN agency said it was working with local authorities and charities to provide shelter and food for the new arrivals, but that more supplies were needed, including “sleeping mats, blankets, tents and accommodation halls”.

Eight huge UN refugee agency tents were set up in the border village of Miratovac, where people were visibly exhausted and many asked for medical aid. There were many children and pregnant women among them, an AFP photographer said.

Buses were being laid on to the nearby town of Presevo where police handed out documents and helped the migrants take buses to their next destination, the border with Hungary.

Unlike Serbia, Hungary is an EU member state and therefore a popular crossing point into the bloc, although the country is currently building a four-metre (13-foot) barbed wire fence along its 175-kilometre border to stop the influx.

 Germany’s ‘biggest challenge’ 

Faced with what the bloc has called its worst refugee crisis since World War II, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will hold talks in Berlin on Monday in a bid to give a fresh impetus to the EU’s response in dealing with the situation.

The leaders will discuss their countries’ wish “to go much further in harmonising” strategy on several aspects including asylum policies, a French presidency source said.

Nearly 340,000 migrants have arrived in the EU in the first seven months of this year, according to the bloc’s Frontex border agency.

In Geneva, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said “greater levels of collaboration and collective effort are necessary in order to manage the humanitarian needs of those affected”.

In Rome, Italian officials said the coastguard had rescued 4,400 migrants from 22 boats in the Mediterranean on Saturday, in what was understood to be the highest daily figure in years.

More than 108,000 people have arrived in Italy alone this year, prompting Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni to warn that the deepening crisis could pose a major threat to the “soul” of Europe.

“On immigration, Europe is in danger of displaying the worst of itself: selfishness, haphazard decision-making and rows between member states,” Gentiloni told Il Messaggero.

In Germany, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said a four-fold increase in asylum requests — expected to top 800,000 this year — was the country’s “biggest challenge since reunification” in 1990.

He and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier issued a joint call Sunday for Europe to “fairly” share out the refugees and urged the creation of a “European asylum code”.

One thought on “This is the final jihad”

  1. The problems experienced in the EU are quite flagrant and evidence of the consequences of such open-door policy. There are apparently 65 million refugees around the world. Such immigration will only spell doom for the economy, finances and security of these countries, not to mention the social incompatibility. Most unfortunate but it is just unsustainable for developed nations to accommodate except provide support in their countries once the UN or world leaders deal appropriately with the despots of these rogue countries.

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