It is believed that ISIS is using the refugee crisis for their benefit. It seems that jihadist rebels are entering Europe disguised as refugees.
On the basis of existing images, three jihadist rebels were identified. These men previously fought for Al-Qaeda-linked militant groups.
One is identified as Laith Al Saleh, who used to be commander of a 700-strong FSA rebel unit in Syria. He is known for his numerous crimes. He even forced a child to decapitate a prisoner.
The second refugee is believed to have fought alongside Jabhat al-Nusra.
The third man was identified on the basis of a photograph in which he is heavily armed.
These images can be found on social media. Based on this, it was concluded that Islamist terrorists entered Europe disguised as refugees.
It seems that these men used to fight for jihadist rebel factions in Syria and now have changed their opinion. However, there is a chance that they can be radicalized and are willing to engage in acts of violence and terrorism against cities of Europe.
ISIS is known for their threats. They threatened to flood Europe with half a million migrants. ISIS operative disclosed that 4,000 Islamic State fighters are located in Europe. Their aim is to create a caliphate around the world.
Many refugees throw away their IDs before crossing the border, which is why they cannot be identified.