Investigators in France demonstrated that the Islamic terrorists were able to sneak into Europe by posing as refugees.
26 European countries have removed all checkpoints between each other. The open border policy has allowed terrorists to freely move throughout participating nations.
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French prosecutors have also said that at least three of those involved in the Paris attacks had made their way to the country on a route through the Balkans used by refugees. Two of the suicide bombers are thought to have got into Europe on Greek islands by pretending to be Syrian refugees.
And Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind the massacre, was able to slip in and out of Europe at least twice without arrest despite being subject to an international arrest warrant.
French authorities only discovered he was in Paris rather than Syria three days after the attacks.
But Mr Juncker refused to admit how the Schengen Zone had helped the terrorists as he insisted it must stay in place.
‘I will fight for this. I could not bear that my generation be the one to put up walls again in Europe – we have only just taken them down,’ he wrote in an article for the Malta Independent.
‘I also cannot bear and will not accept an amalgamation of the topics of refugees and terrorism in the wake of the atrocious attacks in Paris.
‘The cynics who exploit the suffering of Paris have not understood that those who perpetrated the attacks are precisely those whom the refugees are trying to flee.’
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