Six more nonwhite terrorists—who were given residence in Germany as “refugees” during the mass invasion of Europe in 2015 and 2016—have been arrested after police cracked yet another planned Islamist terrorist attack against a Christmas market—due to take place on the first-year anniversary of the 2016 refugee-terrorist truck ramming attack in Berlin.
The scene of the police raid in Essen.
According to German media, police have arrested the six refugee-terrorists—all claiming to be “Syrians” and who arrived in Germany during the Angela Merkel-caused mass invasion of that country by over million fake refugees in 2014/2015—in a series of raids involving 500 officers in the towns of Kassel, Hannover, Essen and Leipzig on Tuesday morning.
State Prosecutors said the refugees were planning a “co-ordinated attack using weapons and explosives.”
The refugee-terrorists had targeted the Christmas market in the city of Essen, but police had discovered their plan after monitoring their telephone conversations.
In addition, the refugee-terrorists were in possession of several city maps and photos of a shopping mall, police added.
The attack was due to take place on December 19, exactly one year since the refugee-terrorist Tunisian Anis Amri drove a truck into the Breitscheidplatz Square Christmas market, in Berlin, killing 12 people.
In a separate development, it has emerged that the German Federal Criminal Police (BKA) service has admitted that it is looking for at least 11,000 “ISIS passports” used by nonwhites claiming to be refugees to enter Germany during the 2015/mass invasion.