Germany: 12yo Iraqi Boy Tried to Bomb Christmas Market TwiceChris Menahan
Dec. 19, 2016
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Speaking of a "multicultural Christmas"...
German media reported on Friday that a 12-year-old boy was suspected of planning two different bomb attacks in the western German city of Ludwigshafen. The German magazine "Focus" said he had first tried to target a Christmas market at the end of November, before placing a backpack with explosives near a high-rise building containing both city hall and a shopping center.Attention all Jihadists: if you use kids as pawns, which may have been the case here, you can get away with terrorism because the legal system in Germany is retarded.
Ludwigshafen Mayor Eva Lohse said on Thursday at a press conference that the Federal Prosecutor's Office had issued a gagging order on further information about the case. Lohse did, however, say the 12-year-old suspect was in a safe location.The boy reportedly attempted twice to make a nail bomb. This led authorities to believe he may have been directed by ISIS.
A 12-year-old boy may have been sent by the Islamic State when he planned an attack on the Christmas market in Ludwigshafen. The State Attorney and the State Prosecutor have already begun investigations.Second generation Muslims are more than twice as likely to become radicalized than their parents.
While the 1.5 million or more migrants Merkel has imported in just a few years time are committing terror attacks on the regular, the problem is only going to get worse as time passes.
This is why, as Bavaria's finance and home minister Markus Söder said, Germany needs to start deporting these people by the "hundreds of thousands."
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