At least 50 ISIS supporters working as cleaners, baggage handlers at Brussels airport, police say

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Not all Belgians are upset about the Brussels Islamic terrorist attacks that killed more than 30 people.

At least 50 ISIS supporters are actually working at the Brussels airport where one of the two attacks took place, Belgium officers told the Daily Mail.

Police said ISIS supporters are working as cleaners, baggage handlers and catering staff for the Brussels airport. Apparently, law enforcement detectives had warned officials of the ISIS sympathizers working at the airport but the supporters of the Islamic State remain employed at the facility.

“Some people suspected of having fought in Syria came to the airport as ‘false tourists.’ We reported their presence but we do not know if anything was done with that information,” the police wrote in an open letter.

Additionally, law enforcement has warned a number of times about ISIS terrorists scouting the Brussels airport in order to plot a terrorist attack.

The police said they are threatening to go on strike for what they call a deficiency in security at the airport.

These claims are not entirely shocking, considering the Daily Mail also reported that two of the terrorist brothers involved in the Brussels attacks had previously worked at the airport as cleaners.

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