The Realistic Observer

The Realistic Observer

Seeking The Truth

Friday, July 29, 2016

German SEK Commando Unit Latest Raid on Domestic Terrorist Organization


Have the German leaders finally awakened? Is it too late?
 

One of Merkel's own deputies has admitted that Germany cannot control the number of migrants crossing its borders and insists that the country needs its sovereignty back. Will the Chancellor continue to double down on the migrant issue?

The rapes and murders could not keep on indefinitely without resulting in a powder keg that would eventually ignite. Thus, PERGIDA
(Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West) arose and several demonstrations have been taking place across Europe for over two years. Of course there has been a media blackout of this unrest. However, there comes a point when the truth can no longer be hidden.

 France is now getting serious
They’ve arrested more than 230 muslims and collected more than 324 weapons. Many others are under travel bans and house arrest. They have shut down three mosques and have raided more than 2,300 homes.
Are the French too late?

German armed police smash their way into mosque and raid homes of group accused of radicalising Muslims and grooming them for jihad


by Imogen Calderwood For Mailonline
Published: 15:36 EST, 27 July 2016 | Updated: 10:58 EST, 28 July 2016 
  •  German armed police smash their way into mosque and raid homes of group accused of radicalising Muslims and grooming them for jihad
  • German officers launched a crackdown on the German-speaking group
  • It is accused of radicalising those who attended the mosque with sermons
  • Group based in Hildesheim is a 'nationwide hot spot of radical Muslims'
  • Several people who attended are thought to have left to join ISIS in Syria
Armed police officers have launched a raid on a mosque and several homes belonging to a group believed to be radicalising Muslims in Germany.

Apartments belonging to eight board members of the radical German-speaking Islamic group searched by officers in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony.

It comes as part of a crackdown on the group, which is thought to have been encouraging people to travel to Syria and Iraq to join ISIS.

The group ran sermons, seminars and lectures entitled 'the hatred of infidels', according to German media. 




Raid: German armed police officers launched a raid on a mosque and eight private apartments in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, on Wednesday night
Raid: German armed police officers launched a raid on a mosque and eight private apartments in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, on Wednesday night

Radical: The raid came as part of a crackdown on the radical German-speaking Muslim group, which was branded a 'hot spot of radical Muslims'

Radical: The raid came as part of a crackdown on the radical German-speaking Muslim group, which was branded a 'hot spot of radical Muslims'

The raid on Wednesday night involved up to 400 volunteer staff, as well as a special police task force.

'The group in Hildesheim is a nationwide hot spot of radical Muslims that we have been watching for a long time,' said Lower Saxony Interior Minister Boris Pistorius.

'After months of preparation, we have taken an important step to end the association.'

Several people who attended the mosque are believed to have traveled to join the terror group.

It comes after 10 days of terror in Germany, as lone wolf attackers have unleashed assaults across the country.

Five people were injured on a train in Wurzburg on July 18, when a 17-year-old asylum seeker wielding an axe and a knife went on a rampage.

The attacker, Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, seriously injured four members of a family of holidaymakers from Hong Kong as well as a German passerby.


Fighting: Several people who attended the mosque are believed to have travelled to join ISIS in Syria and Iraq

Fighting: Several people who attended the mosque are believed to have travelled to join ISIS in Syria and Iraq

Crackdown: It comes after 10 days of terror in the country, with several lone wolf attacks carried out killing nine people and injuring 20

Crackdown: It comes after 10 days of terror in the country, with several lone wolf attacks carried out killing nine people and injuring 20

Nine people were killed in Munich on July 22, by a German-Iranian gunman who had no Islamist ties but was obsessed with mass killings.

Some 15 people were injured in Ansbach on July 24 when a Syrian attacker blew himself up outside a music festival packed with some 2,500 revellers. The attack was claimed by ISIS.

Meanwhile in an attack yesterday in France a priest was brutally slain by two knife-wielding attackers in an assault that was also claimed by ISIS.

The two attackers burst into the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray and slit the throat of Father Jacques Hamel before carrying out a sermon in Arabic, according to witnesses.
 


Source: Daily Mail.co.uk

Don't forget to follow The Realistic Observer on Facebook and our Page also Pinterest , Twitter , tumblr PLEASE help spread the word by sharing our articles on your favorite social networks.