Italy: Muslim terrorists display victory signs as they arrive on “refugee” boats into Europe
Cocky: Suspected Islamic State militant Abdel Majid Touil flashes the peace sign after arriving in Italy on a boat full of migrants just a month before the Tunisian museum massacre which he is accused of planning.
‘ISIS terrorist’ is seen offering a peace sign as he arrives in Europe aboard a migrant boat just one month before he would be accused of killing scores of tourists in Tunisian museum massacre
- Abdel Majid Touil smirked for camera after being rescued in Mediterranean
- Expelled from Italy before travelling to Tunisia to ‘plan museum massacre’
- After attacks, he managed to re-enter Italy where he was arrested this week
Flashing the peace sign for the camera, this is the suspected Islamic State militant arrested over the Tunisian museum massacre arriving in Italy just a month before the killings.
Abdel Majid Touil, 22, was pictured smirking at a Sicilian port in February after smuggling himself into Europe on a boat full of migrants while allegedly planning the attack.
Weeks later, gunmen carried stormed the Bardo Museum in Tunis, killing 21 tourists including British mother-of-two Sally Adey.
Touil arrived in Porto Empedocle in Sicily on February 17 using the alias Abdullah after being rescued by Italian authorities on a migrant boat in the Mediterranean.
But he received an expulsion order demanding he leave Italy within 15 days.
From that moment, he disappeared before re-emerging in Tunisia where the authorities maintain he was personally involved in both the planning and the execution of the attacks.
He then disappeared again and managed to re-enter Italy despite the expulsion order.
Smuggled himself into Europe: Touil (circled) arrived in Porto Empedocle in Sicily on February 17 using the alias Abdullah after being rescued by Italian authorities on a migrant boat in the Mediterranean.
He was arrested at the home he shares with his mother and brothers in Gaggiano, near Milan, on Tuesday night.
The accusations listed in the Tunisian arrest warrant include premeditated murder, conspiracy to commit attacks against the internal security of the state, belonging to a terrorist group and recruiting and training others to commit terrorist attacks, police said.
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