It's not just Britain
. Even Norway's got its own jihad problem
connected with Syria:
Norway’s intelligence agency said Monday that it fears an increased “terrorist threat” to its country due to dozens of Norwegian nationals fighting in the Syrian conflict, AFP reported.
At least 40 or 50 people with links to Norway have fought, or are currently fighting, with forces opposed to the Bashar Al-Assad regime and run the risk of returning as seasoned radical fighters, the Norwegian Intelligence Service (NIS) wrote in its annual threat assessment report.
“We conclude that the threat has already increased and will continue to increase throughout 2014,” the head of NIS General Kjell Grandhagen said, adding that these “jihadists” are often in the most radical Islamic groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and the Al-Nusra Front.
The NIS estimates that about 2,000 rebel fighters have travelled from Europe to fight the Syrian regime but did not reveal how the figure was calculated, according to AFP.
Norwegian daily Verdens Gang also reported Monday that about a dozen women have left Norway for Syria to join rebel groups.
They too have women making Faustian pacts with savages, and there could be converts among them too.
Labels: dhimmitude, Europe, islam, jihad, Scandanavia, syria