Interpol is circulating a list of over 50 Islamic State terrorists that have landed in Italy with waves of migrants and since disappeared across the country and continent, the UK newspaper ‘The Guardian’ has revealed.
All 50 Islamist terrorists are thought to be of Tunisian origin and four are already known to intelligence services in Europe.
Thousands of migrants are reaching Italian shores every month, mostly stemming from war-torn Libya, which since the overthrow of Gaddafi has become a failed state and heaven for Islamist extremists.
Transiting African migrants across the Mediterranean to Europe has become an extremely lucrative trade that has only been amplified by the presence of Irish as well as other European naval forces and NGO’s, which are aiding human traffickers in ferrying migrants to the continent.
Meanwhile, the Islamic State continues to encourage Muslims to commit atrocities in their host countries in the West.