How the Italian Government got rid of a family trained to assassinate Pope Francis

Pope Francis Sitting during an Audience

The Italian government has expelled a Macedonian 39-year-old Father, Ljimani Redjep and his family from Italy after realizing that the Macedonian family have hugely been in contact with the radical Wahabi Islamists in the Balkans. The Macedonian lived near the northern city of Treviso in Italy.

Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said “Redjep has a deep knowledge of jihadism and is a strict observer of the rigid dictates of Salafist doctrine”. He confirmed that Redjep was fast becoming anti-western just as the hostile Wahabi Islamists of Balkans.

“Redjep refused to sign a letter of solidarity to France from Islamic associations in Italy condemning the November 2015 Islamist terror attacks in Paris” Interior ministry said.

Redjep’s son reportedly expressed support for the Paris attacks in the classroom, and saying things like “now let’s go to Rome and kill the pope” and “long live ISIS (Islamic State terror group)”, the Interior Ministry added.

It was through the little boy’s braggadocios statements in school that lead to the serious investigation of the case. Many assume this to be the hand work of God, using the little boy to speak out evil in a manner unknown to even the Child

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