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“A resident of Flensburg, who is well acquainted with the girl, asks the central question:’how can one put a person, that is that unstable, that has psychical problems, in her own house?’ The older lady describes Mireille as ‘defenceless and vulnerable’. In her opinion, she should never have been left alone.”
The State Office for the Protection of the Constitution (Verfassungsschutz) in Nordrhein-Westfalen says that Osmanen Germania focusses its attention on those who are critical of Turkey, or closely related to the Kurdish case. Burkhard Freier, head of the Office said in an interview with ZDF:
“against all these [targets], the Osmanen Germania are organising a threat of force.”
The cause of death was quickly determined to be drowning: she was found in a little stream called Dreisam. Hussein K., who has since admitted to the rape, also admitted to having strangled her, until she lost consciousness. His capture has been the result of an extensive police investigation, including offering a €35.000 reward and research into DNA traces.
As reported by BILD, Abd Alrahman stuck a knife in his sister’s chest and lacerated the corners of her mouth. BILD originally published a clip of the murder, recorded by the girl’s family, but has since pulled it from its website. Afterwards, both men fled, but could be apprehended on Wednesday at the Schweinfurt train station. Both are in custody, on a charge of attempted murder.
“Now there is a bunch of politicians hammering us, without informing themselves of the situation. They should come over and help with the work on site – afterwards, they’ve earned the right to speak their minds. (…) When people think I’m a fool, that’s fine. But it is a scandal how our volunteers are slandered. (…) We won’t remove [the nazi-graffiti]. Everybody should be able to see, what sort of idiots there are on this earth.”
Its most eye-catching finding is the fact that the number of illegal border crossings detected in 2017 represents a 60% drop compared to 2016. However, Frontex is upfront about this representing a change of pattern, perhaps a return to a more ‘normal’ situation, but still: “The overall pressure on Europe’s external borders remained relatively high, and the Western Mediterranean route saw the highest number of irregular migrants since Frontex began systematically collecting data in 2009.”
It should be noted, however, not all Muslims dream about a Germany being part of a worldwide Caliphate, stretching ‘from Jakarta to Andalusia’. Yehezkeli also interviews an Arabic speaking contact, who out of fear wished to remain anonymous. The contact says he deals with the excesses of radical Islam in Germany, and works for various German media outlets. He warns, that the biggest danger for Germany does not consist of terrorist attacks. Rather, it is the Islamic concept called ‘Da’wa’.
Experts predict, that as long as he does not deal with himself, he remains very dangerous indeed. That he is not inclined to such self-reflection at all, becomes clear even to laypersons attending the trial. When Marie’s mother testified to the court, Chalid lectured her:
“The girl ought to have gone to school by bus.”
Haiderat Salim, 20-year-old Mohammad Al Agawi, 18-year-old Alladin Al Arabi and Mansour Alzafiri (unknown age) are arrested on the spot. Apart from Salim, who has Swedish citizenship and is the only one who speaks fluent Swedish, all are asylum seekers coming from Northern African countries. The Migration Board has already ruled that both El Arabi and Alzafiri are to be expelled.
During trial, the suspect, an asylum seeker from Gambia living in Germany since 2014, kept silent. During the second day of trial only two witnesses, a magistrate and a police commissioner gave evidence. The last two reported on the interrogation of the suspect on the day he was apprehended. At the time, he claimed he couldn’t remember having raped any women. This led to cynical comments by the witnesses of him having had to have been very drunk indeed.
But should elements of Islamic culture have anything to say about female private parts? On 7 February 2018, European Parliament issued a press release, called Zero tolerance for female genital mutilation. The statement came hard on the heels of the United Nations’ International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation on 6 February. It’s not hard to see why.