Germany could have deported Hamburg supermarket jihad murderer in 2015

Germany could have deported Hamburg supermarket jihad murderer in 2015

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August 5, 2017

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“The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) missed the deadline for the deportation application by a single day and as a result, the Norwegians refused to cooperate.”

It wouldn’t have been any better for the life and future of non-Muslims in Europe if he had been deported to Norway anyway. Once in Norway, this jihad murderer is unlikely to have become a “moderate.” All of Europe is staking its future upon politically correct fictions. It is already obvious to many there that they are false, but authorities cling to them tenaciously nonetheless, and will do so, apparently, even to the death of all the free nations on the continent.

 

 

Germany Could Have Deported Hamburg Supermarket Attacker in 2015,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, August 3, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

New reports show the German government attempted to deport Islamist and failed asylum seeker Ahmad A., who stabbed a person to death last week, but were unable because authorities missed a key deadline by one day.

A new report reveals that the German government made an attempt to deport the Islamist killer to Norway under the Dublin agreement. The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) missed the deadline for the deportation application by a single day and as a result, the Norwegians refused to cooperate, Die Welt reports.

 

 

A spokesman from BAMF said: “This deadline had begun with the meeting of Ahmad A. in the Eurodac fingerprint system on May 11, 2015,” which made the deadline for deportation July 11. BAMF submitted the application the day after. The official blamed the delay on the asylum system being overwhelmed at the height of the migrant crisis in 2015.

After the Hamburg supermarket attack last week, which saw one person killed and several others injured, witnesses claimed the man had yelled “Allahu Akbar” after the attack.

 

Ahmad A is confronted by brave bystanders.

 

Hamburg’s Interior Minister Andy Grote later confirmed that the man was known to authorities for being part of the “Islamist scene” stating: “He was known as an Islamist but not a jihadist.”

Police spokesman Kathrin Hennings described the events of the attack saying: “He ripped off the packaging and then suddenly brutally attacked the 50-year-old man, who later died.” The weapon used had been a knife sold in the supermarket.

Despite his known links to Islamists and a confession by the suspect that he wanted to be a terorrist, police say that the motivation behind the attack was related to the failed asylum seeker’s mental health….

 

 

Via Jihad Watch.

 

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