domingo, 15 de novembro de 2015
Maassen: Islamists recruit refugees The President of the Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, Maassen, warns that Islamists in Germany recruit refugees. There are already more than 100 such cases known. He asked the citizens to stop the eye.
Maassen: Islamists recruit refugees
The President of the Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, Maassen, warns that Islamists in Germany recruit refugees. There are already more than 100 such cases known. He asked the citizens to stop the eye.
"We note that Islamists capturing partial contact with refugees at reception centers," the president of the Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, Hans-Georg Maassen, the newspapers of Funke Media Group said. When asked whether terrorists mingled with the refugees, said the constitution protection President: "It is possible that with the refugees and terrorists come, but we think this is less likely." The interview for the Saturday editions was obviously done before the attacks of Paris.
Radical mosques grasped the influx of refugees "as an opportunity to recruit people for themselves," said Maassen. Some wanted to help and would bring traditional clothing or the Koran. "The other appeal to refugees to integrate them into their Islamist network," said the chief officer.
Even those who had fled before the IS, came from an Islamic milieu emphasized Maaßen. "They want their Friday prayers, and they want to practice their faith in Arabic." In the Arabic-speaking mosque landscape in Germany there were also Islamist dominated municipalities.
Maassen also reported that almost every week, the security agencies would get indications that among the refugees "and people could be, who have experience with weapons or come up with a combat mission to Germany." However, the refugee routes are downright dangerous. "It would be risky and not typical that people translate with combat mission in a kidnapper of Turkey on a Greek island."
Appeal to the citizens
In the interview Maaßen also warned of a new right-wing terrorism in Germany and asked citizens for help in uncovering potential attack plans. "It is quite possible that there are right-wing small groups below our radar screen, prepare the attacks. We see this as a great danger," Maassen said the "Hamburger Abendblatt".
The security authorities were instructed in the investigation on the individual citizen. "But who can discern suspicious, you should definitely go to the police," said Maassen. "Any reference to concrete Tatplanungen - that goes for right-wing extremists as well as for Islamists - helps the authorities and contributes to safety."
KLE / Cr (KNA, abendblatt.de)