Yet more evidence that the nonwhite “asylum” invasion of Europe is completely bogus has emerged with the news that the refugee-terrorist Jaber al-Bakr was back in Syria just two months ago, despite having been given “asylum” in Germany.
The details of al-Bakr’s movements—going back to the country he supposedly “fled from in fear of his life”—demonstrate that there is no justification for “asylum seekers,” even from Syria.
Alaa al-Bakr, brother of Jaber al-Bakr, the refugee-terrorist recently arrested Germany.
Al-Bakr hanged himself in prison after being arrested for planning a terrorist attack in Germany recently. Police swooped on his apartment and found explosives and indications that he was planning to detonate a bomb at a Berlin airport.
News of al-Bakr’s movements was revealed in an interview with his brother in the German newspaper Die Welt. Speaking from his home in Damascus, his brother Alaa al-Bakr swore revenge for his brother’s death, saying that he himself would now come to Europe “as a refugee” to carry out his plan.
“My reaction as an Arab is revenge,” he told Die Welt. When asked by the newspaper what he meant, he answered: “You understand. I have nothing more to say about it. I will come as a refugee.”
Al-Bakr then tohttp://newobserveronline.com/refugee-hoaxers-holiday-homelands/ld Die Welt that his brother had been in Syria just two months ago, even though he had already been given “asylum” in Germany after invading Europe and pretending to be a refugee.
“The last time that we spoke was two months ago; he was in Idlib [Syria]. He told me then that he was very angry and sad because of the war,” Alaa al-Bakr said, referring to the fact that ISIS was now on the retreat because of the Russian intervention on the side of the anti-terrorist forces.
Idlib was captured by the ISIS-affiliated “Army of Conquest” (Jaish al-Fatah, JaF), whose biggest component is the notorious Islamist terrorist group Al-Nusra Front.
Sources close to the investigation told Die Welt that Jaber al-Bakr had definitely travelled to Turkey, from where he could easily have slipped across the border into Syria.
Recently it emerged that hundreds of Syrians, Afghans, and Lebanese invaders already granted “asylum” in Germany were taking holidays back in their homelands from which they supposedly “fled in fear of their lives.”
The Welt am Sonntag newspaper also revealed that the holidays are being paid for out of welfare payments from the German taxpayers.
The newspaper said that the unemployed and “recognized asylum seekers” have been taking holidays in countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, and Lebanon. The “refugees” take flights home, holiday, and then come back to Germany to continue living off the German taxpayers as if nothing had happened.