Yesterday, Syrian refugees were responsible for two terror attacks in Germany.
The first took place in Reutlingen where a man stabbed five people, killing one woman before being taken into custody by local police.
Another Syrian refugee blew himself up outside a music festival in Ansbach on Sunday. Fortunately, no one was killed but 15 people were injured in the blast.
This attack follows a stabbing on a German commuter train where the attacker, an Afghan refugee, pledged allegiance to ISIS. Fortunately, no one was killed in that incident.
However, 9 people were killed at a mall in Munich by a teenaged gunman. Although the gunman was a German born Muslim, German authorities claim the perpetrator was inspired by Anders Behring Breivik as the attack took place exactly five years to the day he slaughtered 91 in Norway. However, police have now arrested a 16-year old Afghan in connection with this attack so the Breivik appears to be wishful thinking. That the gunman evidently killed other Muslims doesn’t change the fact BBC omitted his Muslim name from their coverage of the story.
Unfortunately, I believe this is the tip of the iceberg and we shall see a lot more violence in Germany committed both by Syrian and other Middle Eastern refugees as well as German born Muslims. The fruit of Angela Merkel’s refugee policy is bearing rotten fruit.
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