Nothing to be concerned about. Authorities will have no trouble vetting the Syrian refugees for jihad terrorists.
“Police stopped Europe’s most wanted terrorist THREE times in the hours immediately after the Paris attacks but he was released every time, according to his getaway driver,” by Peter Allen, MailOnline, December 20, 2015:
Police stopped the most wanted terrorist in Europe three times a few hours after the Paris attacks – but he was let free every time, it emerged today.
The astonishing revelations about Salah Abdeslam, 26, highlight the lax security that ultimately allowed Islamic State operatives to murder 130 people at will.
Until today it was thought that Abdeslam, a Belgian-born Frenchman who is still on the run, was questioned once by a traffic patrol on the day after the atrocities.
But investigators have now pieced together his escape following the assault on Paris on November 13th, when the Bataclan music venue, the Stade de France, and restaurants and bars were targeted.
Hamza Attou, a Belgian friend who has been charged with ‘assisting in terrorist activity’ by driving Salah to Brussels, told prosecutors they were stopped ‘not once, but three times’.
The first time ‘the policeman asked us if we had consumed’ drugs, Attou told detectives, the Parisien newspaper reports.
Attou and Mohamed Amri, another Belgian friend of the terrorist who has also been charged, were both smoking a cannabis joint in the front of the getaway car, while Abdeslam ‘remained silent’ in the back.
‘The police said it was not good, but it was not the priority today,’ said Attou. On the other two occasions, the men were asked to show their identity cards.
The last time they were ‘controlled’ was on the motorway at Cambrai, near the Belgian border, and Abdeslam even gave his proper address in the Brussels suburb of Molenbreek.
The men’s getaway car was later found dumped in the same area, but Abdeslam had completely disappeared.
Investigators have now pieced together his escape following the assault on Paris on November 13th, when the Bataclan music venue, the Stade de France, and restaurants and bars were targeted.
Now, more than five weeks on, there have been reports of Abdeslam absconding to Syria, to rejoin Islamic State….