“And We ordained for them therein a life for a life, an eye for an eye, a nose for a nose, an ear for an ear, a tooth for a tooth, and for wounds is legal retribution. But whoever gives charity, it is an expiation for him. And whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed – then it is those who are the wrongdoers.” — Qur’an 5:45
“I will come as a refugee.” That is a clear and succinct summation of how the refugee crisis is being exploited.
“Terror suspect’s brother: ‘My reaction as an Arab is revenge,'” DW, October 15, 2016:
The brother of deceased terror suspect Jaber Albakr issued a warning to the Syrian refugees who handed over his brother to the police in an exclusive interview with DW’s Jaafar Abdul-Karim on Saturday.
“My reaction as an Arab is revenge.”
When asked to clarify what he meant, Alaa Albakr said: “You understand. I have nothing more to say about it. I will come as a refugee.”
Twenty-two-year-old Jaber was tied up and handed over to police in Leipzig on Monday by three other Syrian refugees, who have since been described as heroes. They reportedly invited the fugitive to stay in their apartment, only to realize shortly afterwards that Albakr was being sought after by police.
In his first video interview after his brother Jaber was found dead in a Leipzig jail cell after committing suicide, Alaa told DW he was convinced of his brother’s innocence.
“I raised him. I know how he is. He is not a terrorist,” he said.
Jaber told his brother that some imams in Berlin mosques tried to radicalize him.
“In Germany, they tried to brainwash him for a while,” he said, adding that, “it is important to know that it was only for a short time and they didn’t manage it. If they had, he would have flown back to Syria and never come back.”
“I assure that Jaber was not a terrorist and is not a member of IS,” he insisted.
Alaa Albakr called for Germany to return his brother’s body and also announced he will take steps against Saxony’s police department.
“The German police killed him,” Alaa told DW. “I want to sue the police in Germany, in the state of Saxony.”
Alaa Albakr is 30 years old, married, and lives with his parents and seven siblings in Rif Dimashq near Damascus. According to Albakr, his brother Jaber is a martyr of whom the family is proud….