Breaking news from France 24: Eight suspected terrorists arrested in Turkey posing as “refugees”
Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 18, 2015
Invasion of Europe news…..
Everybody is pretty jumpy (assume you are watching news about the terrorist take-down in Paris last night), so not exactly sure where this story is going. But, for now, something is very suspicious about these eight arrested in Istanbul a few hours ago.
From France 24:
ISTANBUL (AFP) –
Turkish police detained eight suspected members of the Islamic State jihadist (IS) group, state media said Wednesday, adding they were planning to sneak into Europe posing as refugees.
Counter-terror police detained the suspects in Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport after they flew in from the Moroccan city of Casablanca on Tuesday, the official Anatolia news agency reported.
The police found a hand-written note on one of the suspects detailing a migration route from Istanbul to Germany via Greece, Serbia and Hungary, including smuggler boats across the Mediterranean Sea, as well as several train and bus journeys.
The eight men told police that they were just tourists who had been planning to spend a few days in Istanbul and had booked rooms at a hotel, but no reservations were found under their names.
Turkey is the main launching point for migrants coming to Europe, and currently hosts over two million Syrian refugees.
Watch for more news today on this and let me know if you see any updates.
Our ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive is here. Go here and see the interactive map of the daily movement of migrants toward Germany. Yesterday over 3,800 arrived in Greece from Turkey. BTW, Turkey is one of our major processing countries for refugees entering the US.
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