They are freaking nuts…
This is the jackass responsible for bringing these Islamonazi terrorists to Finland, Pekka Haavisto (Greens) =>
- Isis- “Heli” returned from al-Hol camp to Finland on Sunday – father heard the result more than a week ago (IN FINNISH)
THE “EX-HUSBAND OF HELI” is a well-known Isis chieftain, Nero Saraiva. Saraiva, a fighter named Abu Yaqub al-Andalus, is believed to be one of the highest-ranking surviving Isis leaders.
Angola-born Saraiva moved to Syria in 2012 and, according to his own account, joined Isis in 2014. He is suspected of having been involved in some of Isis ’most horrific crimes at a time when he was already married to Heli.
- An ISIS flight from al-Hol arrives – Purra: “State top management conducts covert operations to bring in probable terrorists hidden from the public eye”
– Yesterday, in an interview with Ilta-Sanomat, Foreign Minister Haavisto said that the “rescue operation” of women and their children brought from the al-Hol camp who support an extremist Islamist ideology is frozen due to the corona epidemic. He claimed that no one is being brought from there now, apart from the orphans who had already arrived in December. As you will recall, the issue was very much in the autumn. But after that it has faded, left in the shadow of the corona.
– However, the operation has been going on all the time: the import of people who glorify terrorism and, according to Supo, are very likely to be dangerous, has remained at the top of the government’s priority list.
– A flight prepared for an extremely secret operation will be landed at Helsinki-Vantaa, and al-Hol camp members will be brought to Finland.
– This is how Finland operates in a democratic and well-governed country. Ministers are lying, officials are lying, everyone is lying. To bring in people from the horribly violent ISIS movement!
Three Finnish families arrive from Syrian camp on Sunday
Finland’s Foreign Ministry on Sunday said three Finnish families had returned from the Al-Hol refugee camp.
The Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs on Sunday said three Finnish families who had been interned at the Al-Hol refugee camp in Syria had arrived in Finland on Sunday afternoon after escaping earlier this spring. The families include children under the age of ten.
The families received travel documents at Finland’s embassy in Ankara and their return was arranged in cooperation with Turkish officials. Turkey’s Interior Ministry confirmed to Yle that 12 Finnish nationals were flown out of Turkey to Finland on Sunday.
Several Finnish children and mothers are still living in the camp, the ministry said in a statement on Sunday, adding that repatriation efforts had not progressed during the coronavirus pandemic. Ahead of Christmas last year, Finland arranged for the evacuation of two orphans from the camp.
The ministry stated on Sunday that Finland had a constitutional obligation to repatriate children from the camp to the extent that it was possible.
Some 20,000 adults and 50,000 children live in the Al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria which is now a Kurdish-administered region. More than 500 people died at the camp last year, according to the Kurdish Red Crescent, a humanitarian group.
Minister in hot water over evacuations
The issue of repatriating Finns from the camp has become politicised in Finland.
Late last year the foreign minister faced a parliamentary probe over his handling of plans to evacuate the children from the Syrian camp. At the time senior ministry officials claimed that he had attempted to push through the repatriation plan while sidelining his head of consular affairs Pasi Tuominen in the process.
Haavisto was subsequently cleared by a parliamentary committee and won a confidence vote on the matter. The Chancellor of Justice also decided against a formal probe into the matter.
Daily Helsingin Sanomat was the first to report the news.