An Albanian and a Macedonian suspected in linkage with ISIS expelled in Italy

An Albanian and a Macedonian suspected in linkage with ISIS expelled in Italy

Two foreign nationals, one from Albania and the other from Macedonia, have been expelled from Italy, suspected of having links to radical Islam, the country's interior ministry announced today. 

In the southeastern Italian port of Bari the Police  begun to track the 36-year-old Macedonian citizen and the 27-year-old from Albania, who were in "close contact" through social media with a sympathizer of the Islamist State's Islamic group from Morocco. 

The two men were deployed on the plane and repatriated after the officers found that they were also related to Muslim radicals arrested in Kosovo, accused of terrorism, and had anti-Semitic and anti-West materials on their computers, the DPA agency reports.

In Italy is approved the legislation on the quickly expulsion of foreign persons suspected of terrorist, even on the basis of not very substantial evidence, adopted after the Islamic attacks at Charlie Hebdo's headquarters in Paris in January 2015.

The Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti praised this legislation as helped to save the country from terrorist attacks. Since this law has been adopted, it has been implemented against 221 suspected persons, including 89 people this year, said the Interior Ministry of Italy..
An Albanian and a Macedonian suspected in linkage with ISIS expelled in Italy An Albanian and a Macedonian suspected in linkage with ISIS expelled in Italy Wednesday, October 25, 2017 Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.