Failed asylum seekers travelling from Germany pose terror threat, claims Denmark

The Danish government announced on Thursday that it was extending controls at its border with Germany. In a letter to the EU, Copenhagen cited the security risk posed by people fleeing deportation orders south of the border.

“The large number of illegal migrants and rejected asylum seekers who are awaiting deportation in Germany are a real security threat,” the Danish government wrote in a letter to the EU justifying the decision to extend border controls.

There is “a risk that terror groups will take advantage of their precarious situation,” the letter stated.

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  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Immediately after the gimmigrants claim is rejected they should be handcuffed and put on a plane to their homeland,

  • tom_billesley

    Fleeing a deportation order and heading north across an international border.
    I seem to have heard that before.