There have been reports by the National Defense University that covers approximately 300 individuals. These people have been found from 2013 to 2016 to have traveled to Syria and Iraq to participate in battles, some of which may be on the behalf of the Islamic State.
These people, when embarking on planning one of these trips, leave fewer traces. This makes it much more difficult to figure out who is planning one of these trips. It also enables them to cheat their way into government grants.
Some sort of government grant has been received by almost all 300 of these individuals. Their method is to have someone in Sweden handle their mail and have another person give the impression that they are still in Sweden.
People who are planning terrorist trips leave fewer traces, it makes it difficult to predict who is planning a trip. In addition, according to a new report to grant cheat is great among travelers.
Characteristic of the Swedish travelers is that almost all the 300 individuals who report looked at received some form of government grants and that there is to have people in Sweden who handle mail and another to give the impression that the person is still in Sweden.
According to a new report made by the National Defence University on behalf of the FSA .
– It was not surprising, we have seen the same pattern in other countries. Most surprising was that almost all had it in any form. But it is about monitoring needs to work better. The problem is that there is too little follow-up, says Magnus Ranstorp, terrorism researcher and one of those who wrote the report.
The report from the National Defence University covers the approximately 300 individuals from 2013 to 2016 traveled to Syria and Iraq to participate in the battles, such as the Islamic State.