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Hundreds of “Refugees” Caught With Images of ISIS Flags, Severed Heads on Their Phones

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Hundreds of “Refugees” Caught With Images of ISIS Flags, Severed Heads on Their Phones:

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
December 14, 2015

Authorities have discovered images of ISIS flags and severed heads on the cellphones of hundreds of asylum seekers crossing into Norway, highlighting concerns about terrorists exploiting the migrant crisis to infiltrate jihadists into Europe.

Nettavisen reports that an “explosion” of refugees crossing into the country in recent months meant that the Police Immigration Service (PU) had to register the migrants quickly.

According to the report, after searching luggage and mobile phones belonging to migrants, police have logged “hundreds” of examples of “photos and videos of executions and brutal punishments, such as images of people holding up severed heads or hands.”

Authorities also discovered numerous examples of ISIS flags and symbols belonging to other terrorist organizations.

Read More: http://www.prisonplanet.com/hundreds-of-refugees-caught-with-images-of-isis-flags-severed-heads-on-their-phones.html

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Middle easterners have similar sounding names but their middle name is the same............ "patsy."

Were the phones freebies? Who handed out the flags? Or maybe the whole story is just another lie.

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