A battalion of jihadis expected to return to France


690 Muslim soldiers will be returning to France to bring the war to the Champs Elysees — the size of a battalion ready to continue the war. And that far-left pouf Macron is at the helm.

France terror threat CAN’T be reduced as 690 French ISIS soldiers ‘coming home soon’

By Romina McGuinnessy The Express, June 22, 2017:

FRENCH interior minister Gérard Collomb said on Tuesday the French domestic terror threat level could not be reduced and that the risk of an attack remained a case of when, not if.

Hundreds of French Islamic State (ISIS) militants will be returning to France soon, Mr Collomb warned

He said: “The terrorist threat to France shows no sign of abating. The hardest is predicting when and where terrorists will attack.

“Unfortunately, there is no way of knowing because the new generation of terrorists launch attacks anywhere and at any time.

“There are now estimated to be more than 690 French citizens in ISIS-controlled Syria or Iraq and around a third are women and child soldiers.

Mr Collomb said the creation of ‘another’ ‘Jungle’ camp would be a huge blow to the government

“Right now they are stuck and unable to return to France because Syria and Turkey have shut down the main route into Europe. But they will be coming home soon.”

Mr Collomb also spoke about President Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to enshrine in ordinary law some measures currently in place under a state of emergency.

He told French news daily Le Figaro the new anti-terrorism legislation would guarantee the security of citizens, but also respect the rule of law and freedom of speech.

The new legislation would include four flagship measures: the creation of clearly defined security perimeters around potential terror targets, the immediate closure of radical places of worship which incite terrorism, replacing house arrest with personalised measures or electronic monitoring, and appointing a judge to issue search warrants.

Mr Collomb also commented on the migrant crisis in Calais, and said moving border checks back to Britain would be “problematic,” adding the creation of “another” ‘Jungle’ refugee camp would be a huge blow to the government and would be seen as a symbol of “failure”.

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