Skip to comments.'Known Salafist' allowed to work at Berlin airports
Posted on 05/18/2016 7:02:32 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A worker was allowed access to secure areas of both of Berlins airports for up to 10 months after authorities found out he had links to fundamentalist Islam, media reported on Wednesday.
Recep Ü., a Turkish-born aircraft cleaner for a private firm at the airport, was allowed into the secure areas of Tegel and Schönefeld airports to do his job.
German air security law states that only people who have passed a security check can work in such sensitive zones of an airport.
But although Ü. had passed such a check in 2011, he did not lose his security clearance after authorities discovered his connections to the Salfist (an Islamic fundamentalist movement) scene, Berlins Morgenpost newspaper reported on Wednesday.
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That bothers me. The Germans, who are bending over and accepting Sharia and the invasion of an enemy force without a bullet being fired - are calling it “Fundamentalist Islam” whereas our stupid government calls it “Extreme Islam”.
Why do the .de news sources totally hit the nails on the head, yet the DE government is so oblivious ?
Security checks don’t mean anything when you’re dealing with this crowd. Since izlam is a violent world-domination ideology, mere membership in it is sufficient reason to keep someone out of airports.
Here in America foreign Somalis are TSA workers.
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