2.5K Muslim asylum-seekers ‘disappear’ from Finnish reception centers…now pose MASSIVE security threat
“It’s a risky situation, we do not know who these people are, why they have come here and how they currently make their living, if they haven’t obtained asylum [status] but decided to stay here,” Sanna Palo, head of the Central Bureau of Investigation said in an interview with MTV3.
“A serious threat is posed by the fact that there are a lot of people [among those that disappeared] who initially came [to Finland] using false documents or didn’t have any papers whatsoever,” she added.
It’s not the first time asylum seekers have vanished from European reception centers. Some 13 percent of all migrants who officially entered Germany in 2015 never turned up at the accommodation provided for them, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reported late in February.
Frank-Jürgen Weise, the head of Germany’s Federal Office for Migration (BAMF), said there are as many as 400,000 asylum seekers in Germany who have no ID documents and German authorities have been unable to identify them. Germany welcomed an estimated 1.1 million refugees in 2015, mostly from the Middle East and Northern Africa, of whom about a half are either without official documents or have disappeared.
At least 5,835 refugee children were reported as missing in Germany last year, according to a report released last month. The number was reported by the Funke Mediengruppe newspaper, which obtained the data in response to an inquiry sent to the German parliament. Among the missing are 555 children younger than 14. Interior Ministry spokesman Johannes Dimroth said the number of missing children is likely to be even higher. The
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