ISIS orders followers to attack Rome as fears ‘risk’ of lone wolves arriving as migrants
DEPRAVED Islamic State (ISIS) militants have ordered their brainwashed followers to attack the Italian capital which attracts millions of tourists a year, as fears grow lone wolves are moving across the continent while posing as refugees.
It reads: ”Young people, women, elderly, you are all in the sight of our arrows and what’s going to come is even worse.”
The revelation comes as Italy’s Interior minister Marco Minniti said there was a “real risk of foreign fighters among migrants arriving”.
He warned ISIS terrorists, defeated militarily, could use migrant routes from North Africa to arrive in Europe and in particular use Italy as a port to fuel their terror threat to the Western world.
Speaking at the the Montecitorio Chamber during the defence and security seminar organised by the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Mr Minniti said: “If last year someone had asked me if it was possible for Daesh to use migratory routes to threaten Europe, I would have answered no because it is quite obvious that a fully-functioning organisation does not take risks going into an uncontrolled and unmanageable route, such as that of migrants.
But when it comes to an individual escape, a diaspora, the risk that these people can join migratory flows becomes real.
“We must be very strong on prevention and intelligence against ‘lone wolves’.
“Internet is crucial because it has become a place of radicalisation and recruitment, education and emulation in recent years.”