Thursday, December 3, 2015

Police Nab 4 "Highly Dangerous" Jihadis in Italy; Made Online Threat: "This Will Be the Last Pope"

Following raids in four Italian cities yesterday, four people who police officers described as "a highly dangerous group" were arrested in Brescia, Italy and in Kosovo, the Clarion Project website reports today (December 3, 2015).

All were citizens of the predominantly Islamic nation of Kosovo -- which had been part of the now-defunct country of Yugoslavia --  with suspected links to Syrian jihadists.

According to police, the radical Muslims had "threatened Pope Francis, celebrated the recent attacks in Paris, and threatened the ex-U.S. ambassador in Kosovo."

Investigators in the case said they found threats made online by the group, including one against Pope Francis, which read: "This will be the last Pope."

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