“A hundred cases of people who have left to join the fighting have been confirmed, then there are the presumed cases..., and then there are those that have not been counted, which brings the total to between 250 and 300,” said the head of the intelligence services, Anders Thornberg, on SR public radio.The fear is what happens when these radicalized jihadists return home.
Thornberg said the flow of youths leaving to become militants in Syria was rapidly rising.
“A certain number of young Swedish men are leaving and training in camps, learning to become terrorists to use explosives and weapons.” he said.
There are around 3,000 European ISIS fighters. That's a small but powerful army.
Europe should be scared.