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Ukraine Nabs ISIS Terrorists Heading to Attack Europe

Ukrainian security forces (Photo: flickr/usarmyeurope_images)

The Fellowship continues to help the Jewish community of Ukraine during the ongoing conflict there - this week alone flying hundreds to new lives in Israel. However, Ukraine is facing a new threat, Arutz Sheva reports, as ISIS terrorists are attempting to use it as a gateway to carry out terrorist attacks in Europe:

Ukraine said on Wednesday it had detained two Islamic State terrorists from Syria who were trying to cross into western Europe in order to stage new attacks.

The SBU national security service said the cell was uncovered in the northeastern city of Kharkiv, which has remained under government control throughout the ex-Soviet republic's 25-month separatist war.  

"The Kharkiv national security service of Ukraine has uncovered an attempt to send supporters of the Islamic State international terrorist organization from Syria by transit through Ukraine to western European states," the SBU said in a statement...

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