At least ten of around 1,000 quota refugees who have been chosen by the United Nations to come to Norway, are terrorists, according to the Police's Security Service (PST).
PST has confirmed to Dagbladet that both the Islamic state (IS) and the al-Nusra Front, which is affiliated with al-Qaida, has tried to send terrorists to Norway under the guise that they were refugees.
PST has on two trips to the Middle East revealed that at least ten people who were going to Norway, were members of the two organizations, the police has confirmed to the newspaper.
The people in question were selected as candidates to stay in Norway by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR.
- Unfortunately, there are some who try to exploit and abuse the refugee situation. We have revealed several quota refugees with ties to the al-Nusra Front and IS, confirms police superintendent Svein Erik Molstad to Dagbladet.
PST will not say anything about how the people were revealed or what methods were used. It is not, however, about their (PST's) interviews, but information the refugees gave to Immigration (UDI) before they were to travel to Norway.
Senior advisor Martin Bernsen in PST will not comment on the exact number of persons who have been refused to come to Norway, beyond confirming that it has happened.
- It is a preventive measure against persons who we would have been a concern in Norway, he said.
Bernsen emphasizes that PST do not know what the people would do if they came to Norway - for example, whether it was about planned terrorism.
PST will not give any guarantees and does not exclude that other terrorists have managed to acquire residence in Norway already.
- The situation we are in now is worrying, and it is also shown by PST's threat assessments. We live in a situation where the risk that we will be hit by terror is higher than ever, and it is affected by many factors, including this one, says Minister of Justice, Anders Anundsen.
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