A Syrian refugee in Germany was arrested. He decided to reward Germany’s beneficence by asking ISIS to send him 180,000 Euros to create explosive trucks in Germany, France, Belgium and The Netherlands.
The 38-year old Muslim migrant made the request via an encrypted messaging service. The money would enable him to fill trucks with explosives and drive them into crowds of infidels.
“He said he wanted the money from ISIS to support his family back in Syria,” the prosecutor told Reuters, adding that the Syrian had said he wanted to fool the jihadist group into sending him the money.
They’ll probably fall for that. What do you think?
The police took him away on New Years Eve following a raid of his apartment, and he is now facing terrorism charges.
His name is being withheld. This follows the Berlin Christmas market attack in which Tunisian jihadi Anis Amri plowed a truck into a crowd, running over and crashing into innocent shoppers, killing 12 and injuring over 50 people.
The terrorist was going to make the trucks look like police vehicles. He applied for asylum in January 2015. The would-be terrorist successfully obtained refugee status and a residency permit.
Angela Merkel has opened up Germany’s borders to 1.2 million immigrant Muslims.
The Daily Mail said the man was unemployed. Angela Merkel praised the integration of Islamists in her New Year’s Eve message.
It named the suspect as Hasan A and said his contact was located in the militant group’s de facto capital of Raqqa, in Syria.
Political analysts, conservative allies and diplomats have said a major attack could damage Merkel’s hopes of winning a fourth term in September’s election. The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has blamed her policies for the Dec. 19 Berlin attack.
How is it even possible she can get reelected?
The German government doesn’t allow people to question any of it, but discussing it doesn’t make a person an Islamophobe.
— Νia☆КГБ Ηαcκεr☆ (@nia4_trump) January 3, 2017
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said that failed asylum seekers who are regarded as a danger should be detained until they can be deported. He made the suggestion in a guest column in Tuesday’s edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper.
Of course they should be, but the sad fact is we don’t either.
German Chancellor Merkel lives with the pie-in-the-sky delusion that terrorism can be overcome with love and compassion. That is what she said on New Year’s Eve.
In Northern Germany, investigators uncovered more than 300 cases of welfare fraud by asylum seekers.
Last year, refugees in camps in Germany said ISIS were living among them.