Germany: Muslim Teen Arrested For Plotting Jihad Terror Attack Was Given Asylum Without Vetting, Background Check


More of the poison fruit of Merkel’s suicidal migrant policy. She is bringing into Germany huge numbers of people who do not share Western values and have no interest in adopting them. How did she think this would turn out? What did she think would happen? Did she really think all these Muslim migrants would settle down and become good Germans? Does she have no idea of what sharia teaches about how Muslims are superior to the kuffar?

Angela Merkel has either lost her marbles or she is evil.

Daily acts of Islamic terror are being thwarted — daily — all in the cause of Islam. Denial is not an option.

Yet in the German elections last September, instead of being thoroughly rejected and repudiated as she should have been, the Germans reelected her. They’re happy with what’s happening. But they won’t be for much longer. The Germans and all Europeans are in for a lot more pain.

What a disaster.

“Syrian Teen Arrested For Plotting Terror Attack Was Given Asylum Without Vetting, Background Check,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, November 6, 2017:

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A report claims the 19-year-old Syrian Islamist who was arrested for plotting a terror attack in Germany last week was given refugee status without a formal interview or background check.

According to media sources, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) granted terror suspect Yamen A. full asylum status for a three-year period without formally interviewing him. The teen came to Germany in 2015 but was only given a brief written questionnaire by the agency, Westfaelische Rundschau reports.

The questionnaire was taken by tens of thousands of Syrians, Iraqis, and Eritreans until it was later abandoned by the German government over fears it could expose the country to security risks. Since then, the government has required BAMF to personally interview each asylum applicant and do a more thorough background check.

The period in which Yamen A. was granted asylum was considered to be a “transition” from the old questionnaire system to the new interview system; since BAMF had confirmed his identity they allowed him to simply send in the written form.

The extent to which other potential radical Islamists who may have come to Germany posing as asylum seekers and been granted refugee status without being formally interviewed is unknown.

Yamen A. was arrested last week in the town of Schwerin on suspicion of plotting a large-scale terror attack using a remotely-detonated explosive device. The Syrian Islamist described himself as a “soldier of the caliphate” and is believed to be a supporter of Islamic State.

German authorities have foiled multiple terror plots since the height of the migrant crisis in 2015, many of which were planned by asylum seekers….

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