Amid many terrorist attacks throughout Europe, some say terrorism is becoming the norm. However, the people have yet another worry. Reports from the Daily Mail show evidence that the general has infiltrated Europe. Not only him but also with 400 ISIS soldiers. Disguised as refugees, they slipped in undetected, reports say.

Kosovan Lavdrim Muhaxheri, an ex-NATO soldier, left NATO forces to join the terror group. He left for Syria in 2012 and has been in many ISIS videos. One such video, he shot a man with a rocket. In others, he has beheading men.

Tonight, Europe gets reports to keep their eyes peeled for any suspicious activity.

Fears of ISIS slipping through as refugees

In many reports since 2011, ISIS has made the threat to infiltrate disguised as the refugees. The Refugee safety seekers that are running from them. They made this threat in 2015, according to a report by Express Daily News. The threat was to send thousands of Jihadis to Europe with the refugees.

So this should not come as a shock, considering the refugees are not getting vetted properly. The infestation, the report says, is due to the US coalition strikes in Syria.

Though the US and allied forces have been steady bombing the middle eastern country, Europe is a big part of the operation.

Refugees in America: should you worry?

According to the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), 10,000 Refugees are in the US now.

Obama shows no sign of slowing either. According to CIS, the target for 2017 is 100,000 refugees by the end of the year. That is also assuming the president-elect does not stop the surge.

President-elect Trump has told Americans that he plans on stopping immigration into the US. That means he claims to stop the influx of immigrants from everywhere, including Syria.

During his campaign, Trump made statements to halt the operation until they could get properly vetted.

As it stands now, there is no way to screen the refugees the right way. It is common for the refugees to come without documentation. And with Syria, so war tore, there is no way to background check them either. Syria does not have an up-to-date database, experts claim.