Italy expelled two Moroccans due to contact with Daesh-fighters

Italy hopes to deter other young people who let themselves be fooled by Daesh.

Sunday november 19, two Moroccans and a Tunisian were expelled from Italy, messages.

The two Moroccans, 25 and 26 years old, are suspected to have had contact via Facebook with Moroccan Daesh-fighters that are currently in Syria. The Tunisian is suspected in 2013 for Daesh combat.

The three were expelled for "security reasons", a measure that allows expulsion for this reason and was signed by the Interior Minister Marco Minniti. Since the beginning of this year, by that measure 96 persons the country shown. Since the beginning of 2015 to date, there have been 228 persons deported by this measure.