Italy threatened mass killings of Islamists sent back home

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Italian police deported a 48-year-old Islamist who threatened the country’s mass killings in the name of the Caliphate and expressed sympathy to terrorists banned in Russia grouping “Islamic state” (IG). About it reports The Local.

The man was sent due to the fact that he was a danger to society, “expressed a clear rejection of the Western tradition, criticized the military operation against ISIS, and boasted that during his life, he cut the throat of many people”, — said in a statement law enforcement agencies.

According to the publication, the Algerian regularly came to Italy and left the country, and then filed a request for asylum it was granted. Together with his son was first placed in a refugee reception centre in the Sicilian town of Catania, then transferred to another center, where, finally, refugee status was denied.

In 2017, Rome sent 63 asylum seekers for extremist views.