“Four alleged Islamic State supporters on trial for terror offences are said to have been radicalised at the same mosque that was frequented by Berlin terror attacker Anis Amri,” who ploughed a truck into a Christmas market, murdering 12 and injuring 56.
The impotence of authorities in the face of jihadists is sickening. Every day, more information emerges to justify the surveillance of mosques, given the clear evidence that many of them are preaching jihad, not to mention the hate preaching that routinely emanates from the minbar against Christians, Jews and gays. Muslims in the West above all others should advocate for this, and join non-Muslims fully in the war against the global jihad. There is a reason why Muslim Brotherhood-connected groups fight fiercely against this surveillance: because they know what the findings will show, and that will stymie their supremacist efforts. Muslim Brotherhood-linked groups are a big part of the problem, and Westerners have been afraid to confront them. The joke is on Western infidels — deemed in the Qur’an to be lower than animals — who have embraced the “Islamophobia” canard and participated in the mutation of honest anti-racism efforts.
Surveillance of churches was part of anti-Mafia efforts, and there was no outcry against it.
“Terror Trial Suspects Radicalised at Same Mosque Attended by Berlin Terrorist”, Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, February 16, 2018:
Four alleged Islamic State supporters on trial for terror offences are said to have been radicalised at the same mosque that was frequented by Berlin terror attacker Anis Amri.
The four Islamic radicals, aged 22 to 46 years old, attended the Fussilet mosque which was also visited by failed asylum seeker and terrorist Anis Amri. The men, one of German-Moroccan background, two Turks, and a German, are accused of plotting to travel to Syria to join the terror group, newspaper Berliner Kurier reports.
The group are said to have wanted to travel to Syria in 2016 and were joined by two others who have been prosecuted in separate trials. The 22-year-old defendant Abu Dharr is also accused of having tried to recruit newly arrived asylum seekers when he visited the asylum home in Berlin’s Moabit district.
Members of the German security services have warned of radical Islamic extremists recruiting in asylum homes since the height of the migrant crisis in 2015.
Another report claimed that asylum seekers made up more than half of all the suspects in terror plots in the wake of the crisis. The report, conducted by the U.S. Heritage Foundation, stated: “There were no plots in Germany in 2014, and only two in 2015. In 2016, this increased eightfold.
“There is a straightforward reason for this: In 2015, Germany took in over 1 million refugees and 2016 saw a surge in plots involving refugees.”
Investigators into the terror case discovered that the four jihadists had financed their attempted trip to Syria by fraudulently buying and selling mobile phones.
The group has been charged with support of a terrorist organisation, fraud, and preparing a serious act of violence against the state…..