68 asylum seekers intercepted near christmas is thought to h제천출장안마 제천출장샵ave been set up by an organisation named the Islamic Association (IASC), an organisation named in Hebrew as the “Muslim Brotherhood”. The document states that one of 온라인 바둑이the “activities” carried out by IASC is to “disseminate Islamic values and principles, spread knowledge on Muslim values, and develop a community”. The IASC’s stated aim is to spread “a new Islamic order in Europe”.
The documents also indicate that an organisation known as the Islamic Education Centre (IEC) is being established by IS in Hungary:
The “Islamic Centre” in Hungary, whose primary focus is Islamic education, consists of four schools and an administrative centre, which has been opened for Muslim children. It is responsible for disseminating Islamic values and principles. The Islamic Centre will play a significant role in the education of Muslims in Hungarian schools.
The documents obtained by The Guardian by monitoring group IPSEX show that several of the asylum seekers who arrive in Hungary through the Balkan route, some from neighbouring countries such as Greece and Romania, also have been screened by IASC.
An IASC representative identified as Abdelmouli Aas in a 2014 document claimed that the group received 1,000 calls from “foreign terrorists” over three months. Aas also said that more than 600 refugees and migrants were referred to the organisation on the basis of “security reasons”.
At the same time, the EU’s border agency Frontex says it has received no complaints about the security risks facing its member states in conducting the operation.
The IASC says it has “been building relationships among refugees” since 2013 and has made connections between Hungary and the IEC. IS, which has been condemned worldwide as an organisation which promotes terrorism, says it believes that some of the more than 1,000 people it has intercepted during its operations이천출장안마 could potentially be Islamic State.
According to the IASC, Islamic law is not applicable to migrants but, in contrast to Germany, where asylum seekers from the Middle East and Africa have always been treated in the same fashion in terms of legal status, Germany allows for asylum seekers to apply for German citizenship in the event that their countries are attacked. Refugees and asylum seekers can also apply for German citizenship if their country’s federal state was attacked or a state that has not previously recognised Syrian refugees has.