Cyprus to deport 17 migrants suspected of links to extremist groups or involved in acts of terror.
The ministry didn’t disclose details about the men, their nationalities, or with which groups they may be linked. 🤔
The only negative is that the illegals will not be deported immediately but will be held in a detention facility until commercial air traffic to and from the country is restored after the full lifting of all coronavirus restrictions, the ministry told The Associated Press.
* We disagree with this excuse and believe it is an essential and immediate priority to deport terrorists regardless of the current environment; after all, this did not stop the UN and Greece from flying ‘unaccompanied minors’ to others in Europe.
** Brussels is well-aware that there are terrorists among the masses entering the EU. If the antagonist from Turkey can send jihadists to Libya to fight, the Commission should realize how easy it is for a terrorist to enter Europe as a ‘refugee’.
Yet, Eurocrats seem to have other priorities, namely committing the EU to mass migration.
Deportation cannot just pertain to terrorists either. Europe is faced with a ticking time bomb on two fronts:
1) the immediate threat of terrorism as a result of open borders.
2) the long-term cultural effects of mass Muslim migration. The beliefs and culture adhered to by the illegals from regions that have persecuted non-Muslims cannot just be dismissed as a non-factor to the migration debate.
*** The number one priority is to develop a permanent mechanism to swiftly deport the illegals (terrorists or not) outside of Europe.
One should not hold their breath. 🤨