Paris terrorist was welcomed ashore in Greece and given help and clothes by French volunteers

Paris terrorist was welcomed ashore in Greece and given help and clothes by French volunteers
One of the Paris suicide bombers was helped on to a Greek island and clothed by French volunteers before making his way through Europe to his target, it emerged yesterday.

The IS fanatic, known as Ahmad Almohammad from a fake Syrian passport found at Stade De France, had sailed to Leros with a group of English-speaking pals, reports the Sun.

Officials said they were helped ashore with nearly 200 refugees after deliberately driving a knife through their boat as they neared land on October 3. Two were then discovered with fake Syrian passports and arrested.

But Almohammad, 25, was ushered through and moved to a camp staffed by French charity Médecins Sans Frontières.

Less than 24 hours later, in a black tracksuit given to him by the volunteers, he was in a group of six buying tickets to Athens.

Travel agent Dimitris Kastis, 42, recalled: “One of his pals who spoke English ordered the tickets. When I heard about him I was very surprised. He didn’t look suspicious.”

Almohammad took the ten-hour boat trip to Athens on October 5.

Police say he spent two days there before heading through Macedonia to request asylum in Serbia.

He entered Croatia on October 8 and made his way to France where he is thought to have blown himself up outside the France-Germany match.

Leros harbourmaster Sakellarios Biliris remembered his group sabotaging their boat.

He said: “No one saw anything wrong with his passport. The situation was chaotic. One week 3,500 refugees came here.”

As stated before by several European politicians, Middle-East sources and ISIS themselves, ISIS is in fact sending terrorists with the flow of migrants and refugees. The question is - how many?

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