Parents reportedly sending children as young as 7 to ISIS training camps in Kosovo

Parents reportedly sending children as young as 7 to ISIS training camps in Kosovo
Image: ISIS video screen grab via PJ Media

[Ed. – Hmm. Kosovo was forcibly pried away from Serbia 10 years ago, with U.S. and EU complicity.  Barely a month ago, the European Commission announced that Kosovo had met all the requirements to join the EU’s visa-free “Schengen area.” Now the only thing standing between the Kosovar ISIS camps and the streets of Europe is a handful of EU countries that are a bit more skeptical than that.]

Local media report that 300 children ranging from seven to 17 years old have been sent to the hidden terror camps by their parents.

The founder and president of the Centre for Security, Investigation and Defence, Dragan Djokic made the claims about the the camps to local media.

Every camp can reportedly accommodate 60 children and the largest is allegedly located in the village of Debelde, east of the town of Kacanik on the border with Macedonia.

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The other terror camps are reportedly located in the hills in the area of the cities of Prizren and Pec, the town of Decani and close to the Urosevac-Decani road near the town of Orahovac.

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