But remember: if you’re concerned about jihad terrorists among the refugees, you’re a racist, bigoted “Islamophobe.”
“Syrian ISIS suspect ‘is sleeping rough in Calais refugee camps in the hope of sneaking into the UK to wage terror,'” by Tom Kelly and John Hall, MailOnline, September 10, 2015:
A frantic manhunt is underway for a suspected Islamic State jihadi hiding in Calais and plotting to sneak into Britain to launch a terrorist attack.
French police have been scouring the port for the alleged fanatic, who left the Middle East at the end of last month and travelled overland to Europe.
But he has evaded officers, possibly by hiding among the 3,500 migrants living in the ‘Jungle’ camp on the outskirts of the town.
Thousands of refugees are currently living in camps in and around Calais, with some of them causing chaos in recent months by attempting to sneak into UK-bound cars and lorries, or otherwise risk their lives storming the Eurotunnel and walking along the tracks to southern England.
The man’s aim is to commit terrorist acts in the UK, French newspaper La Voix du Nord reported.
‘An Islamic State combatant believed to be in Calais is being actively hunted by the authorities,’ La Voix du Nord’s report read.
‘He left Syria at the end of August and hopes to reach Britain where he intends to commit terrorist acts… He is the subject of most wanted person notice and is considered a threat to state security.’
The man has been classified as being a type-S criminal, one who is considered a potential threat to the state.
The police dossier includes a photo, a description, details of his alleged crimes and instructions to officers about his potential risk to others, the paper said.
Officers have been ordered to place the unnamed man under arrest and to proceed with caution.
There has long been concern that IS jihadists might attempt to smuggle themselves into Britain through Calais to launch atrocities.
Up to 40 French detectives from an elite unit have previously been reported to be based at Coquelles close to Calais to monitor migrants – preventing infiltration by jihadis and fighting people-smuggler gangs who stow migrants away on ferries and trains to the UK.
The officers are part of the Brigade Mobile de Recherche, which liaises with intelligence agencies….