Terror Financing

  Posted on: Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Denmark to stop paying state benefits to Danes in ISIS ranks
Homeland Security News Wire

The Danish government has launched a campaign to recover thousands of dollars worth of benefit money from a few dozens of Danish citizens who have left Denmark to join ISIS in Syria. At least thirty-four Danes who traveled to Syria to fight in ISIS ranks have continued to receive unemployment benefits. Last year, thirty-two Danes were identified as having continued to receive government assistance while being active members of the terrorist organization.


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