Ariana Grande and the rest of those clowns singing and dancing and giving the one-finger ISIS salute raised millions for the Red Cross, which assists these devout savages.
Raising money for jihad.
How many of these social workers who are working for the migrants have been murdered by these Muslim “refugees”?
Of course, the police are saying it has nothing to do with terror. “Terror is not at all in the game.” He was mentally disturbed, because Islam is a mental illness.
“Red Cross mourns for employees!”
Police: Syrian refugee kills German psychologist in Saarbrücken
DW, June 7, 2017:
A Syrian man has stabbed and killed a Red Cross mental health counselor in the southwest German city of Saarbrücken, police said.
The police believe that the 27-year-old Syrian killed a 30-year-old man working as a therapist in a counseling center for traumatized refugees. The migrant allegedly got into an altercation with the Red Cross psychologist during a therapy session, and stabbed him. The victim died at the scene. While the reason for the attack was not immediately clear, officials do not believe that the incident was linked with terrorism.
Google translate is a feeble but you get the gist:
Flüchtling aus Syrien ersticht Psychologen
“Refugee from Syria first psychologists”
| Lesedauer: 3 Minuten
An employee of the German Red Cross (DRK) has been stabbed at a therapy center for refugees in Saarbrücken, The [murderer] is supposed to be a 27-year-old Syrian, who was arrested after a short flight in close proximity to the crime scene.
The refugee broke into the argument with the counselor on Wednesday, then stabbed him with a knife, as the police reported. The 30-year-old psychologist still died of severe injuries in his workplace. Other employees tried in vain to revive their colleagues.
The trigger of the dispute was initially unclear. The alleged perpetrator could not be heard yet because he had been treated in the hospital with serious injuries as a spokesman for the management and location center in Saarbruecken said. “Terror is not at all in the game,” said a spokesman for the police.
The man from Syria lives in Saarbruecken and according to the police in the morning came to the psychosocial center for refugees and migrants of the DRC in the district of Burbach, where traumatized people get help. Whether he first came or had been in treatment for a long time was initially unclear.
Crisis intervention team is on site
“It is quite terrible,” said Martin Erbelding, the spokesman for the Saarland’s DRK national association. “The concern with the colleagues is very, very high.” A crisis intervention team and emergency medical care were on site.
The employee had been part of the team since 2014 and worked for the psychologically oriented project “Hope”, which supports traumatized people with a new beginning. On the DRK website stood in the afternoon: “Red Cross mourns for employees!”
“We are all shocked and shocked,” said the President of the German Red Cross, Rudolf Seiters. “The entire DRK mourns a meritorious employee. Our compassion belongs to the family. “
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