Three Islamic Terrorists Disguised as Migrants Arrested at Austrian Refugee Center
Three Muslim terrorists disguised as migrants were arrest at a refugee center in Austria this week.
One of the detained men confessed to having executed 20 Assad supporters.
Breitbart London reported:
Three migrants, who are thought to be members of the Al-Nusra Front and a Shia militia, were arrested by Austrian police at asylum homes in Tirol.
The three migrants who were arrested by Austrian police in Tirol are said to have been members of terrorist militia groups in both Iraq and Syria. National Police Director Helmut Tomac said: “The refugees are said to have fought among other militias in Syria and Iraq or helped those that are classified as terrorist organisations in Austria.”
One of the men, a 27-year-old Syrian, is also said to have been involved in the executions of at least 20 soldiers in President Bashar Assad’s Syrian Arab Army, Kronen Zeitung reports.
All three men, a 27-year-old Syrian and two Iraqis aged 19 and 28, were housed in separate asylum homes across the region of Tirol. Peter Oehm, Director of the State Office for Protection of the Constitution, Austria’s domestic intelligence service, said: “The 27- year-old Syrian is suspected of being a member of Jabhat al-Nusra or Kataib Al Farouq in the Syrian civil war between 2011 and 2014 and while fighting the regime shot supporters and troops of Assad.” The Syrian is said to have confessed to killing at least 20 soldiers of the Assad regime and various prisoners in the group’s captivity.
The eldest of the Iraqis captured, according to authorities, is a member of an Iraqi militia group called Al-Hashd al-Shaabi. The militia group, who are funded mostly by Iran, fought against Islamic State forces in Iraq’s northern provinces and were even supported by the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in 2015.