Germany: Muslim arrested for soccer team bus bombing, letters found saying attack carried out in name of Islam

“According to Der Spiegel, that letter was written in German starts with the phrase ‘In the Name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful’ and ends with two demands.

First, ‘tornadoes’, a reference to German reconnaissance planes, must be withdrawn from Syria, and second the US base in Ramstein, Rhineland-Palatinate, should be closed….The letter also claims that German combat aircraft are involved in killing Muslims in the ‘Islamic State’, adding that athletes and other celebrities ‘in Germany and other Kreuzfahrer (crusader) nations’ are now on a ‘death list.’”

One might almost think that attacks such as this one had something to do with Islam, if we didn’t have our non-Muslim moral superiors constantly telling us it wasn’t so.

An update on this story. “BREAKING NEWS: ‘Islamist’ suspect is arrested over Borussia Dortmund coach bombing after police find THREE letters claiming attack was carried out in the name of Islam,” by Chris Pleasance, Julian Robinson, Allan Hall, Simon Jones and James Restall, Daily Mail, April 12, 2017:

An ‘Islamist’ suspect has been arrested in connection with the pipe bomb attack on Borussia Dortmund’s team bus as authorities said they are treating it as a ‘terrorist attack’.

German police searched properties belonging to ‘two suspects from the Islamist spectrum’ on Wednesday and made one arrest, prosecutors announced.

Frauke Koehler, a spokeswoman for federal prosecutors, revealed the explosive devices used in the attack contained metal pins, one of which was found buried in a headrest on the vehicle..

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