Naples, April 17 (AKI) Italian anti-terror police said they arrested a Gambian asylum-seeker in the southern city of Naples who is alleged to have joined the Islamic State jihadist group and to be involved in a plot to drive a car into a crowd.
On the orders of a Naples judge, 21-year-old Touray Alagie was held at an Islamic cultural centre in the Pozzuoli suburb of Naples at the request of anti-terrorism prosecutors on Wednesday, police said.
Algaie filmed himself swearing allegiance to IS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi while staying at a migrant hostel in Pozzuoli where he had lived for 18 months, according to investigators.
The suspect “showed himself willing to carry out acts of terrorism,” investigators said.
From: Social News XYZ