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Information has come to light from several outlets claiming that at least some of the conspirators of last nights horrific terror events in Paris were in fact part of so-called 'refugee' groups that arrived in various European destinations as early as last month.


Greek journalist Yannis Koutsomitis tweets that the country’s Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection has confirmed that the terrorist found with a Syrian passport on his person was, “registered as refugee on Leros island in October.”
Koutsomitis also drew attention to a quote by Greece migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas, who on September 9th said, “It would be “foolish to believe that there are no jihadists among the refugees that cross into Europe.”

Other reports are now confirming the same findings, reports that: "The Greek government has announced one of the terrorist gunmen who had a part in killing over 120 in Paris on Friday evening entered Europe while masquerading as a refugee just six weeks ago."

Vice News is also reporting that 7 assailants have been identified, and three teams used 'push-button' style explosive vests in the attacks. Among them were a French-born militant and bodies of the attackers were found to have Syrian passports on them. Arrests have also been made in the Belgium city of Molenbeek in connection to the attacks in Paris.

Prayers continue to go out all around the globe for the victims.


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