ISIS fighters sneak into UN refugee camps to kill or kidnap Christians

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ISIS into UN camps

ISIS fighters sneak into the UN refugee camps with an intention to kill Christians in these camps.

According to details, world’s ultra terror group ISIS is dispatching it’s jihadists into the UN refugee camps so that they may wipe out all Christians in there. It has been learnt that these ISIS fighters are trained assassins.
It has been speculated that these ISIS jihadists have entered into the camps either to kill or else kidnap Christian refugees, Christian missionaries and Christian aid workers in a UN refugee camp in Jordan. These ISIS jihadists have disguised themselves as refugees.

As an aftermath, even if they do not kill or kidnap these Christians they may somehow find their way into Europe in particular UK as the British Government has announced to take in refugees from these UN refugee camps. Previously, UK government has made announcements that it will take in 20,000 refugees from the UN refugee camps.

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A UN aid worker leaked this revelation and requested his name to be withheld. This UN aid worker recalled the narrative of a former ISIS jihadist who had had converted to Christianity had spit out ISIS strategy. This jihadist reported to the UN refugee camp authorities that ISIS has dispatched several trained jihadists in these camps to wipe out Christians.

This former jihadist made a harrowing revelation that the terror group had send off jihadists to the refugee camps to abduct young girls in these camps so that they could be sold as sex slaves. The same UN aid worker verified that revelations by former ISIS jihadist have verified the news already circulating in these refugee camps. Such incidents have been reported so far.

At the same time, the UN aid worker said, “The Muslim gangs come as refugees, but they have their agendas. They’re like a mafia. People are even killed inside the camps, and the refugees are afraid to say if they saw somebody get killed. If you ask them, they’ll say, ‘I don’t know, I was asleep. The refugees are forced to keep quiet for fear of their own lives.”