Skip to comments.Murder Plot: Germany Cracks Down on Salafists ( TROP )
Posted on 03/14/2013 10:04:52 PM PDT by george76
Islamist extremist in Germany are under scrutiny once again after raids on members of Salafist groups coincided on Wednesday with the foiling of a suspected murder plot by individuals linked to the movement. One senior politician wants to make it easier to deport radicals.
Following police raids of Salafist groups on Wednesday in the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia, in addition to the foiling of an apparent Salafist plot to attack senior members of the regional, right-wing populist party Pro-NRW, German conservatives are demanding further action against the Islamist extremists.
The call came a day after police arrested four Islamists who were allegedly planning an attack on Markus Beisicht, head of Pro-NRW, in Leverkusen. Two of those taken into custody were seized near Beisicht's home, where they were apparently performing reconnaissance in preparation for an assault. A third was arrested in Bonn, where police also found a firearm and explosive material. The fourth suspect was arrested in Essen. Three of the suspects hold German passports while the fourth is Albanian,
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Germany cracks down....
What does that mean? Fewer muzzies allowed into the country? No more mass prayer disrupting traffic like in Paris? Any of them sent to Dachau?
Sounds like Germany is waking up.
German's today should be able to guard against an Islamics invasions without it being compared to sins of the past~~different times~~different solution~I'm sure you get that~
They may have to lead the way for the rest of us. These islamoscum are working toward a reckoning that will make the Crusades look like an Alter Boy parade.
Good, that the plot was prevented. Now, how about the simple logic of being predictive reading & comprehending the battle plan of the Koran against all non-believers??
How well I know that. I remember WWII well.
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How well I personally remember those heady days called WWII.
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“Where’s old Schikelgruber when we really need him?”