Germany: 4 More Refugee-Terrorists Arrested

Four more nonwhites who invaded Germany in 2015 while pretending to be refugees have been arrested by counterterrorism policy in Berlin, Schleswig-Holstein, and Bremen, German police have announced.

According to a report in the Berliner Morgenpost, the federal prosecutor’s office in Karlsruhe has executed arrest warrants against refugee-terrorists on charges of being members of ISIS.

The first, identified as a 19-year-old Iraqi “Abbas R.,” is accused of having taken part in ISIS massacres in Iraq in 2014. The second, 31-year “Raad Riyadh A.A.,” is also accused of war crimes and assorted massacres.

Both of the Third World invaders entered Europe in 2015 at the invitation of German chancellor Angela Merkel when she threw open that country’s borders to any nonwhite who claimed to be “fleeing war.”

After coming to Germany in July 2015, Raad Riyadh A.A. is accused of of attempting to recruit two other Iraqis on behalf of ISIS and trying to convince another Iraqi national to carry out a suicide attack, according to the prosecutor’s office.

Separately, a 24-year-old Syria national identified as Majed A., was taken into custody in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein. Prosecutors say he was a member of “several terrorist organizations in Syria.”

The 28-year-old man has also been identified as a former fighter for ISIS in Syria.

In 2016, police in Bremen announced that their intelligence review said that no less than 700 Chechens from that city’s “community” had been identified as fighting for ISIS in Syria.

Another report in the German Bild newspaper revealed that the number of identified Islamists in Hamburg has recently risen to 1,400, including 394 high-ranking jihadists who had fought for ISIS in Syria.

The authorities had announced a €5 million increase in funding for the local National Criminal Police Office’s “anti-terrorist” task force to supposedly “protect the citizens of Hamburg.”

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