Erdogan’s spies infiltrate German Federal Office for Refugees


Remember: Erdogan was Obama’s “most trusted ally” and “favorite friend” on the world stage.

Erdogan, devout Muslim and true anti-semite (it goes hand-in-hand) famously said, “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers….”

Now he is using the German Federal Office for Refugees in exactly that way: to further his jihad against his enemies, and against Turkish secularism.

“Erdoğan’s spies infiltrate German Federal Office for Refugees,” ANF News, October 15, 2017 (thanks to Lookmann):

German police has taken action after seeing personal information about the Erdoğan regime’s opponents who have applied for asylum in Germany appearing frequently on the AKP media and they think Erdoğan’s proponents have infiltrated the Immigration Bureau.

Turkish national intelligence organization MİT has set up a network of agents in Germany through primarily the religious affairs institution DİTİB, the consulates, shell companies and Turkish banks. The agency has also infiltrated German police departments and gathered information on Kurds and Turks.

Some applicants for positions in Germany’s domestic intelligence agency Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution had been exposed to be connected to the MİT. The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), the first authority people appeal to after getting away from the Erdoğan regime, is now among the German institutions that the MİT has infiltrated.

The BAMF decides whether asylum seekers who made it to Germany are granted the status of refugees. Applicants give their first depositions in this office and relay how they escaped the Turkish state in detail. What has gathered attention is that information about how the applicants flee, what their names are and which city they are in has frequently appeared on the AKP media recently, after the applicants have their first appointment in the refugees office.


For security reasons, the applicants’ cities of residence are not made public, but according to the “Report Mainz” program on ARD television and the issue of Der Spiegel published today, the asylum seekers blame the refugees office workers, Turkish translators and security forces all for the leak scandal.

On the asylum seekers’ complaint, the German police launched an investigation on the espionage activity in the office. An official from the investigation unit spoke to Der Spiegel and said they are taking the matter very seriously. While the refugees office is reported to have stopped working with 15 translators who they suspect are not neutral.

Greens leader Cem Özdemir spoke on the matter and said, “Everybody who works for the security of this country must remain loyal to the laws of the country,” and demanded a detailed investigation. German politicians think the translators should be contracted after passing a security investigation….

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