POLICE in France say almost 2,000 children are on a watch list of more than 15,000 Islamic radicals in the country.
And worryingly they say they pose a threat to the wider community following terror attacks that have wreaked havoc across the Republic.
According to the Sunday newspaper Le JDD, the youngest of the 1,954 children on the list is just 11 years old.
French authorities began tracking people on a database in March of 2015 following the Charlie Hebdo attacks and shootings at a kosher market in January of that year that killed 17 people.
However that did not prevent the subsequent co-ordinated attacks in Paris in November of last year which killed 130 or the horrifying slaughter of 86 people at the Bastille day celebrations in Nice in July.
There has been a total of 21 terror attacks across the country since December 2014 sparking widespread anger and a backlash against French president Francois Hollande.
Now special forces are said to believe that at least 4,000 of these individuals pose a significant threat to society and are being tracked on a daily basis by the Directorate of Internal Security….
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Sunday, October 9, 2016
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