One of the many Muslim migrants invading Europe, one newly arrived Islamic terrorist in Italy decided he wanted to attack St. Peter’s at Christmas’ in Rome. Using wiretap recordings, DIGOS special security police in Bari, make arrest of a 20-year-old Muslim Somali national on terrorism charges.
The Somali Muslim wanted to stage an attack at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome at Christmas. Mohsin Ibrahim Omar, a.k.a. Anas Khalil, is believed to be linked and in contact with the Islamic State (ISIS) in Somalia.
In a recording obtained by police he allegedly states: “The 25th is Christmas… the churches are full. “Let’s put bombs in all the churches of Italy.
Where is the biggest church? It’s in Rome?,” he said, according to the wiretap, apparently referring to St Peter’s. The FBI are assisting with the investigation.
The man was arrested on 13 December as he tried to flee the city of Bari. According to news outlet Ansa “prosecutors issued a warrant to hold the suspect because of the “imminent danger” of him taking flight”.
Europe has had many issues with Migrants over the peat years, as boats full of invaders have come to the shores of Greece and Italy, flooding Europe with backwards migrants that follow a 5th century religion full of violence and hate. Crime sprees have hit Europe, rapes and assaults, robberies have increased equal to the migration rates.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has said he will resign after facing a no confidence motion in his government. The decision can be seen as another result of the migrant crisis and especially the UN Migration Pact.
The member states of the European Union have taken in the bulk of migrants since the 2015 ‘crisis’. The influx of millions of ‘refugees’, mostly seen as economic migrants, has changed the make up of EU member states’. Europe has to brace for the facts that Islamic terrorism will be a new norm on the continent.
Belgium saw protests, including by the N-VA, Belgium’s largest party and part of the Prime Minister’s coalition, against the signing of a Migration pact that could allow many more terrorist into Europe.
Poland’s foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz bemoans the ‘sad’ France situation. He mentioned the jihadist attack, where a French jihadist killed five during an attack near Strasbourg Christmas market, and the Yellow Vests protests having made France Europe’s ‘sick man’.
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Swedes too are fed up with the massive migration, as they gathered outside Parliament to protest against the UN migration agreement yet again.
“We are here today to express our dissatisfaction with the injustices in our country due to our politicians irresponsible and failed refugee politics.”
“We refuse to compromise our freedom, democracy and our fundamental rights. We refuse to live in an insecure, dangerous country that is imploding because the state can no longer guarantee the safety of women and children.”
In France Macron is accused of treason by French generals for signing UN Migration Pact. They’ve given strong warning that Macron’s signing the U.N. Global Migration Pact strips France of even more sovereignty providing an additional reason for “an already battered people” to “revolt”.
The highly decorated military co-signees assert that the beleaguered Macron is “guilty of a denial of democracy or treason against the nation” for signing the migration pact without putting it to the people.