Alfano said he had systematic a expulsions after a “long and formidable investigation” into a Facebook comment that had posted “countless” videos and papers in support of a militant organisation Isis.
Police identified a owners of a comment as a 28-year-old Macedonian vital in Gorizia, northeastern Italy.
The man’s dual brothers-in-law, aged 31 and 28, along with their 52-year-old father and one of a brothers’ wives, aged 32, were also diminished on Sunday for posting countless nonconformist messages on amicable media sites.
Alfano pronounced a organisation were “all left-wing supporters of a self-proclaimed Caliphate” and that they had praised both militant attacks in Europe and a actions of Isis in Syria.
The organisation had regularly criticized their imam and a internal Muslim village for being ‘moderates’ and open to western influences.
Since Jan 2015, Italy has diminished 121 Islamic extremists as partial of a plan of prevention, including 12 imams.
Article source: https://www.thelocal.it/20161003/italy-expels-five-for-jihadist-messages-on-facebook