More than 1,000 police have been deployed across the western German city of Wuppertal as supporters of the anti-Islam PEGIDA movement, Salafist Muslims and counter-demonstrators took to the streets..simultaneously.
by, Gabriel Borrud | Deutsche Welle
“We’re here for justice,” said an attendee at the Salafist rally – one of three different public protests on Saturday in the small city of Wuppertal in western Germany. Salafists adhere to a radical sect of Islam that posits being rooted in an original and unadulterated interpretation of the faith.
“We’re here for our country. Don’t mess it up!” urged PEGIDA head Lutz Bachmann at a competing demonstration. The organization he founded, whose name translates to “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the Occident” (PEGIDA), is now known well beyond Germany for its anti-Islam demonstrations.
Meanwhile, a group of locals came out to oppose extremism and neo-Nazi thinking with a message one demonstrator summed up as, “Our city is colorful.”
Tensions Escalate at Wuppertal Salafist Muslim Rally:
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For an outsider, it’s hard to see what these statements have to do with each other. They center on a series of debates that have come to the fore in Germany in recent months – about inclusion, tolerance, the character of the nation and the place of Islam – both radical strains and otherwise – within it.
A total of around 3,000 people were expected to participate in the three rallies. In the end, far fewer were on hand: Estimates ranged up to 800 attendees for the PEGIDA rally, while the Salafist event drew just a fraction of that.
Clashes among police and protesters were reported at both the Salafist and the PEGIDA protests, but they didn’t rise to the level some had feared – and that had been witnessed at an anti-Salafist rally in Cologne last October or during previous demonstrations by Islamist groups in Cologne and Bonn.
The police ultimately stopped the PEGIDA demonstration once fighting broke out.
Tensions High at Wuppertal PEGIDA Demo/March:
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Even before the protests began, it was evident that Wuppertal was bracing for a tense afternoon. About a dozen police vans blocked the entrance to the center of town, where people can board the city’s big attraction – a suspension railway.
“We’ve never seen anything like this,” said a policeman who had been tasked with answering questions from citizens baffled by the day’s events.
Hundreds of those claiming to be defending Germany and the Western world against radical Islam convened less than 150 meters away from the police “Info Team.”
In an effort to limit violence, the protesting groups were kept far apart in the city’s old town. The Salafist group was gathered some two kilometers away, and crossing between the two protests required going through numerous police check points.
Protesters Attempt to Block Salafist Demo in Wuppertal:
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‘Always to blame’
The topics of justice and blame were a focal point at the Salafist gathering. Blocked on all sides of a tall brick church, those in attendance were addressed by a man in a white robe inside a rental truck.
He shouted to the crowd of about 80 people about how the Quran and the Bible alike have violent passages. He addressed Muslims imprisoned around the world and spoke of injustice.
“We Muslims are always to blame!” the speaker called out at one point, followed by repeated chants in the crowd of “Allahu Akbar!”
Those chants were met with forceful calls in German of “Shut your trap,” emanating from a group that had been barricaded off by police in an effort to prevent them from disturbing the Salafist demonstration. Officially affiliated with none of the three groups registered for protests on Saturday, they responded to a question from police by asserting they are just “normal people.”
The right to demonstrate in Germany is nearly untouchable. Anchored in the constitution, it can only be denied under exceptional circumstances.
“As a policeman, I hate that these demonstrations were allowed,” said an acting police spokesman when asked whether Saturday’s demonstrations should have been approved. “But as a democrat, I have to support it.”
Michael Stürzenberger Rede auf der PEGIDA Demo (in Deutsch):
Meanwhile, those in Wuppertal who came out to send a message against right-wing and other forms of extremism surpassed attendance estimates. Similar to Saturday’s PEGIDA rally, just under 1,000 people turned up.
“I was pretty happy that PEGIDA was never popular [ín Wuppertal]. And that’s why I’m here,” said Marc, one of those who took part in the event organized by the Wuppertal Alliance against Nazis.
“[PEGIDA and the Salafists] can go home for all I’m concerned. I want our city to stay colorful,” said Jana, another attendee.
FULL COVERAGE of the PEGIDA DEMO in Wuppertal:
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by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
Barack Hussein Obama’s paid electoral infiltrators are in your nation, as we speak, doing their best to influence, interfere and illegally alter the outcome of your election.
They are working diligently, night and day, attempting to implant an ‘Obama-like’ Arab sympathizing candidate that will ultimately turn-over your nation to the Arabs.
Obama is a racist bigot, devout anti-Semite, a Jew hater and desires nothing more than the ultimate destruction of Israel.
So, if ‘you’ love Barack Hussein Obama and desire to have a ‘puppet regime’ controlled by his Muslim administration that seeks to destroy Israel and hand it over to the Arabs..then please, do NOT vote for PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
If ‘you’ desire to see your nation, broken up and divided into pieces..only to be handed over to Hamas for a Palestinian Terrorist State, then please.. do NOT vote Likud.
However, if ‘you’ love freedom, you love your nation and you desire to tell Barack Hussein Obama to ‘..shove his Muslim Agenda in his ass sideways..’
VOTE for PM BENJAMIN NETANYAHU and LIKUD!
The Security of Israel Depends on it.
(Many of ‘us’ did not. And look what we got.)
WE SUPPORT A ‘ONE STATE’ SOLUTION…
The Nation of Israel.. FOREVER!
NOT ONE GRAIN of SAND. NOT ONE INCH of LAND!
Am Y’israel Chai.
..And the Muslim Slaughter of Christians Continues for 1,400 Years and Counting…
by, Rana Tanveer & Tahir Khan | The Express Tribune Pakistan
LAHORE: Fourteen people were
killed [murdered] and more than 70 injured when two Taliban suicide bombers attacked churches in Lahore on Sunday, sparking mob violence in which two other suspected militants died.
Up to 4,000 Christians later took to the streets of Lahore, many armed with clubs as they smashed vehicles and attacked a city bus station in a rare show of anger.
The bombings occurred during prayers at two churches located around half a kilometre apart in the city’s Youhanabad neighborhood that is home to more than 100,000 Christians, officials said.
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Doctor Mohammad Saeed Sohbin, medical superintendent of the nearby General Hospital, told AFP: “We have received 14 dead bodies and 70 injured,” adding that the figure did not include the suspected militants who were lynched or the bombers.
Zahid Pervez, the top health official in Lahore, confirmed the death toll and told reporters that 78 people were wounded in both attacks.
Broken window panes, blood and shoes were scattered across the blast sites.
Christians mourn the loss of their children. Photo courtesy of: The Express Tribune Pakistan and Reuters
Police spokeswoman Nabila Ghazanfar said two policemen guarding the churches were among those killed in the attacks, while two people were beaten to death by protesters who took to the streets after the blasts.
“Policemen on duty at both the entrances tried to stop them but the bombers blew themselves up,” she told AFP.
“The angry mob protesting after the blast beat to death two people whom they suspected of being associates of the attackers.”
Relatives mourn following the twin blasts in Lahore. Photo courtesy of: The Express Tribune Pakistan and AP
An AFP photographer saw the bodies of the two suspected militants on fire after the beatings. It was not clear whether they were still alive at the time.
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s Jamaatul Ahrar faction described the blasts as suicide attacks and vowed to continue their campaign.
Christians make up around two percent of Pakistan’s mainly Muslim population of 180 million. They have been targeted in attacks and riots in recent years.
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Sunday’s attacks were the worst on the community since a devastating double suicide-bombing in Peshawar in September 2013 killed 82 people.
That came months after more than 3,000 Muslim protesters torched some 100 houses as they rampaged through Joseph Colony, another Christian neighbourhood of Lahore, following blasphemy allegations against a Christian man.
The thousands of Christian protesters who clashed with police on Sunday attacked their cars with stones and sticks, as women wept and beat their heads and chests.
The protesters, some wearing crosses round their necks, later turned on the city’s bus rapid transit system — a signature project of the ruling PML-N party of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
PM Nawaz in a statement condemned the church bombings and “directed provincial governments to ensure the security of (the) public and their properties”.
Christian community protests against attacks. Photo courtesy of: The Express Tribune Pakistan and EPA
Zaeem Qadri, a spokesman for the provincial government, said efforts were being made to talk to the protesters to stop the rioting but “emotions are very high because their churches have been attacked”.
Christians also took to the streets in other cities, including Karachi, where around 200 protesters blocked a main road and burnt tyres. There were also demonstrations in Peshawar, Multan and in Quetta.
Sunday’s attack was the first by the Taliban since three of their major factions said on Thursday they had reunited.
Security tightened across churches in the country. Photo courtesy of: The Express Tribune Pakistan and AFP
Pakistan Army has stepped up its fight against militants since Taliban gunmen massacred more than 150 people, most of them children, at a school in Peshawar in December.
A moratorium on executions in terror cases was lifted and the constitution amended to set up military courts for the speedy trial of terrorism cases. Later, the death penalty was reinstated for all capital cases.
In the Middle East, the Islamic State is crucifying Christians and demolishing ancient churches. Why is this being met with silence from the halls of Congress to Sunday sermons?
by, Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian & Yochi Dreazen | Foreign Policy
Last August, President Barack Obama signed off on legislation creating a special envoy charged with aiding the ancient Christian communities and other beleaguered religious minorities being targeted by the Islamic State.
The bill was a modest one — the new position was given a budget of just $1 million — and the White House quietly announced the signing in a late-afternoon press release that lumped it in with an array of other low-profile legislation. Neither Obama nor any prominent lawmakers made any explicit public reference to the bill.
Seven months later, the position remains unfilled — a small but concrete example of Washington’s passivity in the face of an ongoing wave of atrocities against the Assyrian, Chaldean, and other Christian communities of Iraq and Syria. The Islamic State has razed centuries-old churches and monasteries, beheaded and crucified Christians, and mounted a concerted campaign to drive Christians out of cities and towns they’ve lived in for thousands of years. The Iraqi city of Mosul had a Christian population of 35,000 when U.S. forces invaded the country in 2003; today, with the city in the hands of the Islamic State, the vast majority of them have fled.
Every holiday season, politicians in America take to the airwaves to rail against a so-called “war on Christmas” or “war on Easter,” pointing to things like major retailers wishing shoppers generic “happy holidays.” But on the subject of the Middle East, where an actual war on Christians is in full swing, those same voices are silent. A push to use American aircraft to shield the areas of Iraq where Christians have fled has gone nowhere. Legislation that would fast-track visa applications from Christians looking to leave for the United States never even came up for a vote. The White House, meanwhile, won’t say if or when it will fill the special envoy position.
“It’s been difficult to get the attention of the previous administration, or the current one, when it comes to the urgent need to act,” said Rep. Anna Eshoo, the California Democrat who drafted the visa legislation. “The classic definition of genocide is the complete annihilation of a group of people. The Islamic State is well on its way. It keeps me up at night.”
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Last summer, an unusual symbol began replacing the avatars used on the Facebook and Twitter pages of thousands of individual Christians from Lebanon, Britain, the United States, and numerous other countries. It was the Arabic letter nun, written in gold against a black background, and it was there for a reason.
When the Islamic State conquered Mosul in June 2014, the militants scrawled the letter on the homes of the city’s Christians. It was the first letter of the word “nasrani,” an Arabic term for Christians that is often used as a slur. The Islamic State then delivered an ultimatum: All Christians in the city must either convert to Islam, pay a tax, or face execution. Most of the city’s remaining 3,000 Christians fled their homes, marking what could be the end of the city’s centuries-old Christian community.
Small numbers of Christians around the world turned to social media to try to call attention to the Islamic State’s crackdown and turn the word from a symbol of violent extremism into a symbol of solidarity. The Twitter hashtag #WeAreN began to trend globally, and the letter nun became the avatar of thousands of Facebook and Twitter users.
It was a watershed moment for some American Christians, who were only dimly aware — if they were aware at all — of the attacks being committed against Assyrians and Chaldeans in Iraq and Syria. Christian Solidarity International, a nonprofit that provides support for victims of religious persecution, issued a “genocide warning” for religious minorities in the Middle East as early as 2011, but few American Christians paid any attention. The nun symbol finally brought an otherwise distant conflict home to many in America, creating a “sense of identification with Christians in the Middle East,” said Timothy Morgan, senior editor for global journalism atChristianity Today, a Christian magazine that also replaced its own Twitter avatar with the Arabic letter.
“American churchgoers are always scratching their heads, wondering, ‘Who are these Christians? We don’t really know anything about them,’” Morgan said. “The ‘N’ campaign seemed to really grab people’s hearts.”
But while the campaign raised awareness on social media, it didn’t spur many American Christians to push Capitol Hill for emergency aid or visas for the beleaguered Iraqis. That’s due in part to the international nature of the issue. Many Christians and Christian organizations are politically active on domestic issues like abortion and same-sex marriage. But international issues are “more intimidating to people,” Faith McDonnell, the director of Religious Liberty Programs at the Washington-based Institute of Religion and Democracy, said in an interview. She added that many Christians and other Americans concerned about the plight of Middle Eastern Christians “don’t even know who is on the Foreign Relations Committee.”
Johnnie Moore, a member of the board of directors of the National Association of Evangelicals and the author of Defying ISIS, a book being published this month that documents what the author calls a “Christian genocide” in the Middle East, said that he had noticed a “big change” among churchgoers’ awareness in the past few months, especially since the Islamic State’s videotaped beheading in February of 21 Egyptian Christians on a beach in Libya. “[Christians] want and expect the U.S. government to do more, and they are angry that it hasn’t,” Moore said.
Some Christian leaders are trying to change that. On Feb. 25, In Defense of Christians (IDC), a Washington-based advocacy organization, sponsored a “Day of Action,” calling on American Christians to contact the White House to press for the special envoy to be finally appointed and to contact their congressional representatives to ask that they join the Caucus for Religious Minorities in the Middle East, which had just 15 lawmakers as members. IDC co-founder and senior advisor Andrew Doran told FP that two new members — Reps. Jeff Denham (R-Calif.) and Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) — have joined the caucus since the Day of Action, with several others expected to follow suit in the weeks ahead.
Others are trying to use their ties to powerful Republicans to push for stronger action. Russell Moore, the president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission at the Southern Baptist Convention, told FP he has made it a priority to mention the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East to possible presidential candidates as the 2016 race begins to heat up. Moore has a large microphone: The Southern Baptist Convention has nearly 16 million members.
“It’s one of the first things I say when I sit down with them,” he said in an interview, noting that he had already communicated these concerns directly to potential 2016 presidential candidates Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio. “Many of the candidates are increasingly engaged on these issues,” Moore said.
But political tensions between American evangelicals, who are typically outspoken supporters of Israel, and Middle East Christians, some of whom blame Israel for expropriating Arab lands, have at times prevented the groups from joining hands. At an IDC summit in September 2014, Cruz was booed off the stage after saying that “Christians have no greater ally than Israel.”
The incident highlights the tricky political landscape that advocates for Christians in the Middle East must navigate. “There must be more options for Middle Eastern Christians than outspoken support for Israel and anti-Semitism,” Doran said in an interview that same month with the National Review. “The Middle East is complicated and nuanced, whether politicians want it that way or not.”
Other Christian leaders accuse the Obama administration of downplaying the crackdown on minorities in Iraq because of a perceived discomfort with the topic of religion. John Eibner, the CEO of Christian Solidarity International-USA, told FP that persecution of religious minorities in the Middle East, and especially Christians, has been difficult for Washington to directly address because it touches on a sensitive foreign-policy issue.
“The shared political interest of mainstream Republicans and Democrats is to win the hearts and the minds of Muslims,” Eibner said. “After 9/11 this became a much more serious theme, and everybody knows it. This is a major foreign-policy concern of the U.S. It’s seen as a matter of national security.”
That means, he continued, that policymakers worry that adopting specific measures to defend Christians in the Middle East “would put us in the position of being seen as Crusaders.”
Obama administration officials strenuously reject the criticism, noting that the president and his advisors regularly condemn the Islamic State’s attacks on religious minorities and that the White House began the ongoing military campaign against the group to ensure it couldn’t carry out a planned massacre of Yazidis.
Either way, the longer Washington waits, the greater the risk to beleaguered Christians in Iraq and Syria. Mark Arabo, an Iraqi-American Christian and California businessman who has pushed for Eshoo’s legislation, said Washington’s failure to act while the Islamic State continues to commit atrocities “has caused people from my community to die.”
To save lives, McDonnell said that she wants Washington to fill the special envoy position, offer greater asylum protections for Christians seeking to leave the Middle East, and create a protected enclave in Iraq’s Nineveh province, the area housing many of Iraq’s Christian refugees. Arabo, for his part, wants Washington also to expedite the visa process, offer airlifts for Christians in harm’s way, and provide humanitarian aid to displaced Christians inside Iraq. The message that Arabo wants lawmakers and White House officials to hear is a simple one: “In the absence of your leadership, you are sentencing my people to death.”
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That’s the fear keeping Eshoo up at night. The California lawmaker, who represents Silicon Valley, has a personal connection to the anti-Christian violence wracking Iraq and Syria. Eshoo’s mother lived in Baghdad briefly after fleeing her native Armenia and took her first communion at St. Mary’s, a large church in eastern Baghdad. Eshoo’s mother left Iraq decades ago and settled in the United States, but her daughter says the fate of the church highlights the declining safety of Iraq’s Christian community. In July 2009, as Iraq’s civil war was petering out, a car bomb detonated on a road running alongside the building shortly after mass. The blast killed four, injured dozens more, and left the city’s remaining Christians terrified that they would continue to be targeted because of their faith. Today, “you see history repeating itself,” Eshoo says.
The bill Eshoo introduced last Congress, the Nineveh Plain Refugees Act of 2014, would have expedited the visa process for current or former residents of areas controlled by the Islamic State who were “targets of persecution in that country” due to their race or religion. The bill would give “refugees of special humanitarian concern” designations to Christians as well as to members of groups like the Yazidis, the religious minority that the Islamic State tried to exterminate last year, sparking the initial U.S. military strikes against the group. The bill died a quiet death, failing to even get a committee vote. Eshoo plans to submit the bill again in coming weeks, but says she isn’t terribly optimistic about its fate this time around either.
“There’s a disconnect between the urgency people feel on the ground and how slow our government moves in response,” she said. “It’s a very difficult slog.”
The Obama administration declined to comment on whether it supports Eshoo’s call for expedited visas for the Christians of Iraq or Syria. White House spokesman Alistair Baskey also said he had “no update to share on the envoy position,” which remains unfilled.
Administration officials say they are paying close attention to the plight of Iraq’s religious minorities and doing all they can to help. In an interview, Rabbi David Saperstein, the State Department’s ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, said that he has devoted the majority of his time since assuming his post last December to the plight of the Christians and other groups that find themselves in the crosshairs of the Islamic State.
Saperstein noted that when the Islamic State encircled thousands of members of the country’s Yazidi community and threatened to exterminate them last year, it was American warplanes that beat back the militants and allowed the civilians to escape their clutches. “There are scores of thousands of people who are alive because of what we did,” he said.
The ambassador, a prominent Reform Jewish rabbi, visited Iraq for several days last month and said he heard firsthand about the fears many Iraqi religious leaders have about what will happen to their communities if the Islamic State isn’t beaten back.
“ISIL is willing to eviscerate the communities and religious groups that do not comport with their worldview,” he said, noting that many of the group’s victims were other Muslims. “They are waging a war against everyone different from them, and that is devastating — and could further devastate the Christian community.”
Saperstein said the United States wasn’t sitting idly by, noting that Washington had helped resettle more than 119,000 Iraqis since 2007, including large numbers of Christians. In fiscal year 2014 alone, he said, 19,000 Iraqi refugees came to the United States, including roughly 4,500 Christians and members of other religious minorities.
Still, Saperstein declined to say whether he believed Washington should expedite visa applications from Christians living in areas menaced by the Islamic State. Part of the reason, he said, was that many of the religious leaders he spoke to didn’t want members of their communities to flee unless they absolutely had to. The Christians and Yazidis of Iraq have lived there for thousands of years, and Saperstein said many hope the U.S.-led efforts against the Islamic State will make it safe for them to continue doing so.
That may be wishful thinking, at least in the short term. In late February, militants from the Islamic State assaulted a string of Christian villages in northeastern Syria, blowing up churches, lighting homes on fire, and abducting at least 250 people. Several dozen women, children, and elderly men were released recently after their families and friends paid ransoms to the very same people attacking other Christians. The remaining hostages haven’t been seen since.
Police officers and an ambulance stand outside an Islamic Cultural Centre that was searched in Bremen, Germany.
“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the faithful our soldiers”
— Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, quoting a famous Islamic poem.
by, Andy Eckardt & Nancy Ing | NBC News | Online Focus | Pamela Geller | Atlas Shrugs
MAINZ, Germany — German investigators have raided an Islamic cultural center after receiving intelligence that a group of four, possibly-armed foreign nationals tried to meet arms dealers, officials told NBC News on Friday.
The raid in the northern city of Bremen last Saturday was part of a wider terror alert issued by local officials across the city. Police said in a statement a day later that there had been a “danger of a terrorist attack.”
German news magazine FOCUS reported Friday that the raid was prompted by a “heavily-armed four-man terror commando [cell] from France” attempting to make contact with local Islamists. The alert was downgraded Tuesday after two suspects were arrested but later released and no weapons were found at the cultural center. Officials did not provide any more information concerning the four foreign nationals mentioned Friday.
Silke Noltensmeier, spokeswoman for the Bremen prosecutor’s office, confirmed that the raid “followed information from intelligence services that a foreign group of four, possibly armed, were believed to have tried to meet up with two arms dealers in the city.” The Paris prosecutor’s office said it was not aware of any French involvement in the suspected plot and said it had not been contacted by German authorities.
Meanwhile, Germany’s interior minister Thomas de Maizière told Germany’s public broadcaster ZDF Thursday night that the number of jihadis who have traveled from Germany to Iraq and Syria stood at 650, putting the country in the same league as other European countries. At the end of last year that number was 600, according to Germany’s domestic intelligence agency.
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‘Online Focus’ in Deutschland Reports:
(Translated from German)
Heavily armed radicals
4-headed team from France: Risk of terrorism in Bremen was higher than known
After an authority warning last weekend a large anti-terror operation was initiated in Bremen.
The threat was obviously more concretely than accepted. According to FOCUS-Information a French IS-Command has crept in and got in touch with local radicals.
Warning of an attack in Bremen concretely than accepted till now
4 French IS-fighter smuggle themselves to Bremen at the end of February
German islamists fool authorities
The warning for a possible attack in Bremen were more concretely than known till now. From the news magazine FOCUS present Investigation files is known, that a heavily armed 4-headed team from France should have infiltrated in Bremen islamist’s circles at the end of February.
The appropriately known Bremen radical Mohamed M. should have contacted this group on the 26th of February. The north german authority were warned, because the Lebanese M. aged 39 should have bought 60 automatic pistols by a arms dealer supposed over the Lebanese Miri-Clan, which is a big part in the organized crime in Bremen. According to the investigations, Mohamed M. should have given the weapons to the guests of the Islamic centre (IKZ) in Bremen.
German islamists fool authorities
The raid in the Islamic centre was without a result, also there is no trace from the 4-headed team. However the internal security is keeping the suggestions from divers sources for valid, that they are looking for a possible arms depot. Furthermore after the attack from Paris with 17 dead person in January it is reveal that there are more blatant security holes, in order to control the german fighter from the terror-miliz “Islamic state” (IS). According to the research from FOCUS the IS-fighter Mustafa C. (27) from Mönchengaldbach fooled the North Rhine-Westphalia authority again. According to Federal Prosecutor’s Office the in Turkey born Mustafa rised in 2013 to the acting commander of a „fight group IS of the Germans“.
According to the statement of an ex-companion he boasted of his war experiences. “Mustafa performed Dawa work (Spiritual propaganda) within our group. He always glorified the martyr’s death.” For many years he was in frame of local internal security. However he managed twice, to travel from the battle zone to Germany and back.
Departure to Syria despite travel prohibition
His last stop dated from December 2013 to July 2014. Although the authority took away his passport and imposed a travel prohibition, the “holy warrior” purchased a new passport and came back to his combat unit to Syria in July 2014. Only two months later he travelled back to Germany. On the 20th January the Federal Prosecutor’s Office arrested him. Till today the federal prosecutor puzzle over the reason of the Germany stays of the extremist.
Similarly tricky operated the Düsseldorf IS-Milizionär Kerim Marc B. (22) who was arrested last Wednesday on the Düsseldorf Airport. At the beginning of 2014 he flew already once from Syria to Germany, to remove shell splinters in a hospital. German investigators followed him, to ensure the shell splinters as an evidence for his membership on IS. It seems that B. noticed his persecutor. He cancelled the operation und went back to his terror camp. It seems that he was not happy there. On Wednesday he came back. Since then he is in custody.
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
We attentively observe, as you conquer nation upon nation of the weak and down-trodden.
We eagerly await in anticipation, the thought of your arrival on our shores.
We hold our freedom close to our chest, for it is priceless.
After all, it was endowed to us by our Creator and is continuously secured with the blood of our brave young men and women.
Do you really think ‘WE’ will simply allow you to take this away?
Each of us, every one, shall arise to become many..
..and of the many, ‘WE’ shall rise as one.
So, we beg of you..
..Go ahead and open the door to the cage and unleash the lion.
The last vision you see, will be that of our foot on your neck.
And to anyone that tries to stop us, they shall suffer the same fate.
Regardless of, who they are or what position they hold.
Because we pledge to die on our feet, before we will ever live on our knees.
WE WILL NEVER SURRENDER…
‘WE ARE AMERICANS!’