The suicide bomb attack by a failed Syrian “asylum seeker” in Ansbach last night is the fourth refugee-terrorist attack in seven days, dramatically highlighting the full extent of Angela Merkel’s treason to Germany and to Europe.
At least 234 people have been killed in attacks directly related to the “refugee” invasion of Europe since November 2015.
The latest attack saw a Syrian “asylum seeker” make a homemade backpack bomb—a skill likely acquired during some sort of service with ISIS—and detonate it outside a music festival. Twelve people were injured, three of them seriously, and the refugee-terrorist was killed.
The 27-year-old nonwhite invader, named Mohammad Daleel, had pledged allegiance to ISIS, had Islamist videos at his home and had enough chemicals to make another bomb, German police have confirmed.
He had been denied asylum over a year ago, but had been allowed to stay in Germany, at an “asylum center,” courtesy of the German taxpayers.
According to the Bild newspaper, the refugee-terrorist was seen talking on a mobile phone just seconds before he detonated the bomb, and police are now trying to establish to whom he spoke, in an effort to track down any possible accomplices.
A few hours after the explosion Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU)—one of the politicians, like Merkel, responsible for the mass nonwhite invasion—admitted that it “is very obvious that there has been a real Islamist suicide attack here.”
He added that the invader had been arrested several times for other offenses, and particularly in relation to drug crimes.
Even though his asylum appeal had been rejected, he had been given “tolerated” status and housed at a hotel, converted into an invader center, near Ansbach.
The attack came the same that day that another Syrian “asylum seeker” stabbed to death a 45-year-old Polish woman outside a kebab shop in Reutlingen, a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
In that case, the invader seized a knife from the kebab shop and started trying to massacre passersby as well, injuring two, only being stopped after being struck by a vehicle.
That attack in turn came only a day after the son of Iranian “refugees” in Munich murdered ten passersby in a shooting spree in Munich, and that attack in its turn was preceded by an Afghani refugee-terrorist ax attack upon a train in Bavaria.
In addition to these incidents in Germany, Europeans have been targeted in a large number of attacks inside other European nations and at holiday hotspots:
Istanbul, June 29, 2016—A triple suicide bombing takes place at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, killing 41 people and injuring 230. The airport was chosen as a target because of the large number of European and American nationals present.
Brussels, March 22, 2016—Refugee-terrorists carry out suicide bombings in large suitcases at the departure hall at Brussels Airport, Belgium. A third refugee-terrorist suicide bombing takes place on a Brussels train an hour after the airport attacks. Thirty-two people were killed in the attack.
Istanbul, January 12, 2016— Nabil Fadli, a Syrian member of ISIS, walks up to a tour group of Germans and Norwegians standing in Sultanahmet Square and blows himself up. Thirteen people were killed.
Paris, November 13, 2015—Refugee-terrorists kill 137 people and injure 368 in a series of coordinated attacks in the streets of Paris, France. Later, claims are made that hostages taken at the Bataclan theater were gruesomely tortured and beheaded.
All of these attacks listed above can be clearly linked to the open invitation by Merkel and others in the European Union to “refugees” to come to Europe.
In addition to these incidents, Muslims in Western nations have carried out at least three more significant ISIS-related attacks:
Nice, July 14, 2016—Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, a Tunisian living in France, drives a large truck through a crowd through a Bastille Day crown in Nice, killing 84 people, including 10 children.
June 12, 2016—An ISIS-supporting gunman, Omar Mateen—the son of Afghanistan “refugees” in America, gunned down 49 homosexuals at a Florida nightclub.
June 26, 2015—Tunisian Seifeddine Rezgui Yacoubi opened fire at European tourists on the beach at Port El Kantaoui, targeting British holiday-makers in particular. Thirty-eight people were killed.