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International Reports, Issue 22
- A monthly publication that provides a review of international reports on terrorism.
Statistically, the number of people sneaking from Europe and North Africa to fight in Syria and Iraq is estimated at more than (10.000) fighters, with North Africa accounting for more than (5,000) foreign terrorist fighters, who joined terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq since 2012, while nearly (2000) fighters slipped into Libya. With most foreign terrorist fighters coming from Tunisia, about (3,000) fighters slithered into Iraq or Syria, and nearly (1,500) to Libya; while (1,664) Moroccan fighters went to the Levant and about (300) fighters to Libya and about (600) fighters from Egypt, as stated in the estimates of the intelligence services. These recruits are greater than any previous ones, including those from Afghanistan who faced the Soviets bac in the 1980s.