Dane tests border control - dressed as ISIS

 
Dane tests border control - dressed as ISIS
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A Dane who wanted to highlight how "pathetic" the border controls are, dressed up as a masked IS-terrorist and carried the ISIS flag while crossing the border into Germany.

The video of the incident was uploaded on Youtube and has currently received nearly 200,000 views.

In the clip the Dane is seen walking across the border, making the IS-sign (a finger in the air) and threatening with a finger across the throat.

"We test the border control. Can an IS-terrorist cross the border unnoticed? the video asks.

Now you might think the man would be arrested at the border by the border guards and police, and that ISIS can not just walk from country to country waiving the colours of the Islamic State, but no:

"The border control was nonexistent. Do you feel comfortable with our open borders?" asks the video.



Also the Danish Islam critical organization SIAD has strongly criticised the border control, in such extent that they have actually begun patrolling the border themselves:

SIAD: Danish border control is a joke

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