Three more nonwhite invaders from Syria who entered Europe through the Balkans route in 2015, while pretending to be refugees, have been arrested and charged with planning mass murder suicide attacks in the Germany city of Düsseldorf.
According to a statement released by German federal prosecutors, three Syrian nationals—and “refugees”—have been arrested.
Named as 25-year-old Mahood B., 27-year-old Hamza C., and 31-year-old Abd Arahman A.K., the three were arrested at invader accommodations in North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Württemberg, and Brandenburg.
A fourth arrest warrant was issued for a 25-year-old Syrian, Saleh A., who is currently being detained in France.
The prosecutor statement said that the four nonwhites were sent into Germany with instructions to attack the city center with firearms and suicide vests, similar to the attacks which were carried out by the other refugee-terrorists in Paris, France.
Prosecutors said that two suicide bombers were to blow themselves up on Heinrich-Heine-Allee, a broad street with a number of public transport links including U-Bahn and tram stations.
Then the other attackers were supposed to kill more passers-by with rifles and explosives.
Saleh A. and Hamza C. travelled from Syria to Turkey in 2014 after their attack plan was approved by ISIS, the statement said.
In 2015, the pair then entered Germany as “refugees” via Greece. They were welcomed in Germany by the government there, and given accommodation, money, and welfare because they were actually Syrians—and had been invited in by Angela Merkel.
While living off the German taxpayers, the invaders then met up with the third Syrian, Abd Arahman A. K., an explosives expert who had been sent to Germany as a “refugee” by ISIS in October 2014.
Like the others, Abd Arahman A. K. had also been welcomed into Germany and accommodated at taxpayers’ expense.
Abd Arahman had previously built explosives for the terrorist organization Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria, and it was his job to make the explosive vests for the suicide bombers, prosecutors say.
A fourth member of the attack team, Saleh A., was arrested by French police in February 2016.
The French authorities informed Germany of the plans, and using information provided by Saleh A., the other team members were arrested.
All four invaders have been charged with supporting a foreign terrorist organization and conspiracy to commit a criminal act.