(Tea Party 247) – An alleged leader of ISIS who has been accused of beheading an imam and killing women and children was granted the sainted status as “refugee” when he arrived in Europe, it is now known.
F. Hassan joined ISIS in 2014, according to prosecutors, who say that he deserted the Syrian army before becoming a terrorist recruit.
F. Hassan, then recruited other jihadists to the cause, whom he employed to go door to door to kill dozens of people near the city of Homs in 2015. The victims of this heinous slaughtering included six women and a child who were all either stabbed or gunned down.
Other victims were then rounded up and forced into the town’s main square, where they saw Hassan and other jihadis conduct the beheading of the local imam.
“At the square they were forced to witness an execution,” prosecutor Andras Urbanyi told the court in Budapest. “The local imam was beheaded. Hassan and an accomplice severed the imam’s head with long, seesawing motions, then held up his head to the crowd.”
It was also revealed that, after he allegedly committed these atrocities in Syria, Hassan traveled to Europe, where he was accepted as a refugee.
For years, European and American patriots alike have been sounding the alarm about all the military-aged men being ushered into Europe from the Middle East as “refugees.” Think we’re crazy now?
Hassan was eventually caught in Hungary, one of the few countries that is actually standing up to the devastating force of “multiculturalism.”
“Mr Hassan had obtained refugee status in Greece, before being apprehended in December at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport when he and a female companion were found to have forged personal IDs,” reports the Independent.
This case is just damning further evidence that Europe’s open borders policies are just an open invitation for terrorists to come flooding in.
In 2015, ISIS bragged about how they had exploited the refugee program to seed Europe with their jihadi sleeper cells since 2012, with the aim of creating “no go zones” in western cities to be used as bases to launch more attacks like the bloody attacks in Paris.
This assertion was repeated a year later when an ISIS commander stated, “We have sent many operatives to Europe with the refugees. Some of our brothers have fulfilled their mission, but others are still waiting to be activated.”