Wave of ‘More Dangerous, Skilled’ ISIS Jihadists Bound to Hit Europe – UN Counterterrorism Chief  

Wave of ‘More Dangerous, Skilled’ ISIS Jihadists Bound to Hit Europe – UN Counterterrorism Chief  

WAVE OF ‘MORE DANGEROUS, SKILLED’ ISIS JIHADISTS BOUND TO HIT EUROPE – UN COUNTERTERRORISM CHIEF

UN tells Europeans ‘more terrorism’ is inevitable

 

 

 

 

Europe will have to come to grips with an exodus of “dangerous and disillusioned” Islamic State jihadists, defeated in Syria and Iraq earlier this year and possibly seeking revenge, the head of the UN Security Council’s counterterrorism agency has warned.

Scores of foreign Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) fighters, determined to come back to Europe, are “more dangerous” than previous waves of returnees, Jean-Paul Laborde told reporters on Thursday. Some may be eager to seek revenge after defeats on the battlefield, including in recent confrontations in Mosul.

The first wave of the returnees was mainly made up of young people who went to Syria and Iraq “for T-shirts and photos,” Laborde said, RTBF reported. They came back “disillusioned and dismayed.” The second wave may contain much more extreme individuals, who had more time to build contacts with criminal organizations that can assist them in committing attacks.

Between 40 to 50 percent of foreign fighters, who left for Syria and Iraq, have already left territories controlled by IS, Laborde added.

“On average, these people are much more committed, more experienced and more skilled,” he told reporters, as cited by Reuters.

 

 

 

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