The government says it plans to crack down on the terrorist threats.
Add to the cost in human lives and property is the cost to an already cash-strapped government.
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced that €500 million ($529 million) will be spent on ramping up cybersecurity and modernizing the police force, while a further €500 million will go to the country’s armed forces.Islam is the worlds largest, oldest, and bloodiest hate group, yet Westerners hampered by pathological altruism continue to open their borders to massive waves of Muslim insurgents. Europeans have allowed the predatory left to convince them that they are somehow helping widows and orphans by flooding their nations with terrorists.
The only viable solutions to curing the Islamic virus that is killing Italy's ancient culture are (a) close the border to Islamic insurgents, (b) expel Muslims currently living in Italy, and (c) withdraw from the European Union.
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The Italian government is to crack down on illegal mosques due to fears they could be used as breeding grounds for terror attacks. The secret places of worship have been set up due to difficulties in obtaining proper permits, report critics.
Italian Interior Minister Angelino Alfano made the announcement on Friday, adding that there are four mosques and over 800 places of worship for Muslims living in Italy.
"We are going to close the clandestine and unregulated places, not to hamper the religion but so that it can be practiced in places which are in order," he stated, as cited by AFP.
Alfano said that the influence of so-called “garage Islam” has posed a terrorist risk, referring to unregistered mosques. However, critics say that underground places of worship are thriving because of a lack of official mosques in the country. The shortage, they say, is because it is often difficult to bypass the necessary paperwork to set up the religious buildings.
The interior minister’s comments come after Italy said it would spend €1 billion ($1.06 billion) on extra security measures, following the Paris terror attacks on November 13.
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced that €500 million ($529 million) will be spent on ramping up cybersecurity and modernizing the police force, while a further €500 million will go to the country’s armed forces.
"Nowhere in the world enjoys zero risk – this has been demonstrated by the dramatic timeline of terrorism from 2001 to today," Alfano said, according to AFP. He also mentioned that preventative measures and intelligence-gathering in Italy had prevailed.
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