Will Imprisoned Refugee Be Linked to Terror Attacks?

Will Imprisoned Refugee Be Linked to Terror Attacks?

Merkel Faces Down Root of Islamic Terrorist Attacks

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Berlin Terror Attacks-Reuters

In recent months, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has done an about face on her position of accepting refugees coming from the Middle East. She’s been adamant that Germany is for Germans and if one will not assimilate, they need not be there. Her pro-German stance comes on the heels of a year of terror in Germany.

A Breitbart report from May 2016 lead with this:

A massive, migrant crime wave is surging across Germany according to figures buried in a new report released by the country’s Interior Ministry. The data reveals that without migrants considered, crime rates in Germany would have remained roughly static since 2014. But, in fact, the country recorded an extra 402,741 crimes committed by migrants.

Merkel looked at the data and did not like what she saw. As Total Patriot reported on December 6th,

Speaking at a conference of conservative MPs in Neumünster yesterday evening the Chancellor revealed that she expects 100,000 migrants to leave Germany this year, of which a third will be forcibly removed.

Total Patriot also reported how Merkel has continued to move towards a Germany which protects German customs and culture as well. While running for a fourth term, she said the burqa (Muslim head scarf) should be banned wherever legally possible, saying German law takes precedence over sharia law.

US, Germany Fighting Same Enemy?

Now Germany is faced with a new threat which is setting up similarly to Islamic terrorist attacks in other countries. A mack truck drove into a Christmas market in Berlin killing 12 and injuring 48 more. Soon afterward, German authorities picked up a newly-arrived Pakistani refugee as a suspect. The refugee had so many aliases, though, authorities were unsure they picked up the right man. So far no one group (such as ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attacks. But this attack fits into a pattern that WND reports has been followed by Islamic terrorists.

WND.com reports:

[…I]f past incidents are any indication, all the signs point to Islamic terrorism.
The U.S. State Department issued a travel warning in November noting that it had “credible information” of terror attacks at Christmas and holiday events, including Christmas markets.
And it was just five months ago that a Muslim terrorist hopped in a truck and ran over and killed 86 people celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, France. It was three weeks ago, on Nov. 28, that a Somali Muslim refugee at Ohio State University rammed his vehicle into a crowd of students, then got out and stabbed them, injuring 11.
It was one year ago that Sayyid Farook, born of Pakistani immigrants, and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, slaughtered 14 people at an office Christmas party in San Bernardino, California.

Germany responded to this latest attack in Berlin, saying “We are at war”, without naming an enemy. The attack against Germany occurred on the same day that a Radical Muslim assassinated a Russian Ambassador.
If Germany won’t come right out and say it, the enemy is still in their midst. WND also reported ISIS has come out and advocated for more attacks in Germany, especially over the Christmas season.

Merkel is discovering it would have been easier to keep Germany safe at the onset of the crisis rather than putting things back together after the flood has rolled through and caused immense damage.



Dec 20, 2016 - -

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