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Police believe attackers used forged passports to stigmatize refugees | CTV Montreal News

20.11.15

Police believe attackers used forged passports to stigmatize refugees | CTV Montreal News: Meanwhile two other bombing suspects have been identified as carrying false Turkish passports.

Islamic State has frequently said one of its goals is to stop refugees from fleeing Syria by any means possible, and tells refugees they are committing "a major dangerous sin" by attempting to flee the war and entering countries where they will be assimilated or integrated into "Christianity, atheism or liberalism."

The group has used photos and video of children who have drowned in its propaganda, telling refugees they are throwing away their "lives and souls" by going to Europe.

Four of the five attackers so far identified were French citizens.


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