Tunisian students, IS followers, expelled from Romania

Two Tunisian students, followers of the Islamic State, have been expelled from Romania. Romanian intelligence services have been monitoring the two since last year. The two students were unveiled while attempting to recruit followers in our country.

“The two foreign citizens, followers of the Islamic State terrorist organization, were developing extremist propaganda actions on Romania’s territory. They used to approach citizens of the same religion (…),” Sorin Sava, SRI spokesperson told Digi 24.

According to the abovementioned source, Bucharest Court of Appeal declared them undesirable for a period of ten years, for national security reasons.

The Tunisians have been taken into public custody by the Romanian Interior Ministry-the immigration department, the Prosecutor’s Office upon Bucharest Court of Appealing informing they had been already expelled, leaving the Romanian territory.

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