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    Swedish police: 300 citizens left the country to join the "dashing"

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    Post by rocky Tue 16 Jan 2018, 3:30 am


    Swedish police: 300 citizens left the country to join the "dashing"

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    Swedish police chief Andreas Thornberg said Tuesday that about 300 Swedish soldiers have joined gangs that have supported terror in Iraq and Syria since the end of 2013.
    "The influx of people traveling from Sweden to join a populist in the Middle East has dwindled in recent years," Thornberg was quoted as saying by the Swedish website The Local. The number of returnees also decreased, "noting that" the return movement was minimal and that we have information that only 20 of them return and that the police are following them. "
    "We investigate what those people have committed terrorist crimes there to take action against them and hand them over to others. Those who are considered dangerous are handed over to the local police, who alert the social authorities about the truth of those people," Thornberg said.
    It is noteworthy that the organization "Daash" criminal included during the period of occupation of large areas in Iraq and Syria elements of more than 100 different nationalities around the world. Ending / 25 z


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