Police arrested a suspected ISIS terrorist in Brussels who spent time at a Greek refugee camp…doesn’t that make you feel so secure in knowing that Obama plans to speed up the vetting process to bring refugees to America faster? The fact is that the FBI and DHS have said that these “refugees” cannot be properly vetted yet we have Obama pushing to bring more and more Muslim so-called “refugees” to our shores.  This guy is a PERFECT EXAMPLE of why we should put a moratorium on refugee resettlement! 

This thug goes by Naim al Hamed or Osama Krayem and has been described as “very dangerous and probably armed” in a bulletin circulated by French investigators to European security services hours after the Brussels attacks.

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A French source close to the investigation into ISIS’ terror network in France and Belgium told CNN that European security agencies believe Hamed, or Krayem, had an operational role in the Brussels attack.

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Krayem was a resident of Malmo, Sweden, and was known to Swedish counterterrorism services and suspected to have joined ISIS in Syria, Magnus Ranstorp, a Swedish counterterrorism expert at the Swedish National Defense College, told CNN.

Krayem posted images of himself from Syria with automatic weapons and the ISIS flag, Ranstorp said. The final post he made on Facebook from Syria was in January 2015, Ranstorp said.

The French newspaper Le Monde reported last month that the 28-year-old’s DNA was found at the apartment in Brussels’ Schaerbeek district where the three airport attackers left from the morning of March 22.

Born on New Year’s Day 1988 in Hama, Syria, he — like at least two of the Paris attackers — is thought to have come to Europe, along with hundreds of refugees from war-torn nations, via the Greek island of Leros.

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