MILAN. Jihadis Isis “by inserting people with valid documents, to live and work next to us.” This was explained by the Milan prosecutor Maurizio Romanelli in a passage of the indictment in the trial against the Pakistan Muhammad Waqas and the Tunisian Lassaad Briki, arrested on July 22 on charges of international terrorism.
The two, with a job in Manerbio (Brescia), in particular, spoke in interceptions of attempts to be made in Italy , including action against the NATO military base of Ghedi, near Brescia.
It has been a year since the arrests made by the Digos. The two alleged terrorists are linked to the Islamic State and author of the now famous selfie propaganda and threats in front of the Milan Cathedral and the Colosseum in Rome. The investigation, according to the prosecutor Enrico Pavone, is still ongoing.