Hard to keep track of all these. The message is, breaking up with a muslim doesn’t mean you are safe from him.
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Erdis Zaba was born in Afghanistan and has been living in Saxony for 15 years. He studies philosophy and works in a refugee home.
“I’m not your poster child”. Living 15 years in the Saxon province has left its mark on Erdis Z. Today the native Afghan lives in Leipzig and…
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Young Mother killed with beer bottle -A young mother, her baby in her arms – beaten to death while walking in the woods, apparently by her ex-boyfriend (Erdis Z., 30)! One week after the cruel crime, a man has at least partially admitted the crime. An investigator describes the suspected perpetrator as a “model refugee who has become violent”.
Thank you MissPiggy for the find and the translation
??? ?? DIFFICILE À REGARDER ?? En Afghanistan, une femme chrétienne est attaquée par des hommes lâches, roués de coups. C'est la charia ????pic.twitter.com/bzKMKEjJMh
— Francis???ActeVlll????????? (@ffrancepack) January 3, 2019
No point in hiding it anymore. Trying to be nice about what Islam is and does has done nothing to slow its advance in terms of perverting and subverting Western Civilization to its will.
Maybe if news reels of Nazi concentration camps were shown on allied TV sets the war could have ended earlier sparing the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocents in the camps and on the battlefields at the expense of the dignity of a few people shown, and the sensitivities of those horrified by the reality.
I don’t even know if that was possible at the time, but the point is valid either way. Pretending Islam is not about this, does nothing to assist us in the understanding of its nature.
And as I have written a number of times, the worst aspect of this is likely not what we see but why it was done. The chances are high that what she is accused of would not even be a crime to us, and worse yet, the method used to establish guilt would be tantamount to casting a bone on the fire and having a shaman interpret the cracks.
Berlin – on Wednesday, a loudly yelling Afghan ran towards Angela Merkel, as she was leaving the Reichstag, and was wrestled down by two security guards. It was caught on camera, and aired live, more or less accidentally.
Please have a look at the two following videos and compare.
The first one aired LIVE, so the interviewer and his guest keep on talking, as they have no idea what is going on. The sound is un-edited and you can hear the yelling very clearly.
Then please watch the second clip, produced by Bild newspaper afterwards, and compare the sound of the two.
1. The clip that aired live, relevant part beginning at 7 seconds in:
2. Bild’s edited clip. Please pay attention to the sound:
Die Welt reassure us that the “disturber was merely running towards Merkel”, no harm intended, and that there is no reason for a “knee jerk reaction”, just because someone runs toward you, yelling “something in a foreign language” that “sounds similar to Allahu akbar”.
We are translating it for the humor:
“Heart stopping moment in front of the Bundestag: On Wednesday, an Afghan ran towards the chancellor, yelling something – then, a bodyguard stopped him. WELT learned from police insiders what they know about the man and how they assess the incident.
(…) He is an Afghan, 23 years old. But he does not live in Berlin. He is from Swabian Ostfildern, southeast of Stuttgart. And he has no police record so far.
His motive does not seem to have been hostile. He simply ran towards the world-famous chancellor. Upon doing so, he was stopped by a bodyguard, whose job it simply is to prevent such incidents. And he did not yell anything political – no slogans, and definitely no suicide attack slogans.
So the case is treated by regular police, not by state security.”
One is reminded of the famous advice that a German criminal psychologist gave, after the axe attack on board a Würzburg train:
“It is understandable that you feel threatened when someone with an axe enters the train. But we mustn’t become paranoid. It helps to go there and politely ask what it’s all about.”
An original translation from Bild, Germany.
ABDUL D. LIED ABOUT HIS AGE
Scandal about age of Mia’s Killer
Feb. 21., 2018
Kandel –. On December 27., Abdul D. ambushed his ex-girlfriend Mia in a supermarket in Kandel (Rhineland-Palatinate) and killed her with a knife stab in her heart.
The killer is an asylum seeker from Afghanistan, and he stated that he was 15 years old. Now an age expert evaluation shows: it was a lie! (no way! E.N.) He was “at least” 17 1/2 years old, more likely 20.
There were early doubts about the Afghan’s age. Photos suggested that he could not possibly be 15 years old.
The background: When Abdul D. came to Germany in April 2016, he stated that he was 14 years old. As he did not state an exact date of birth, the Youth Welfare Office in charge in Frankfurt/Main assigned him January 1, 2002, as birthday.
For this reason, he and Mia went to the same school. His age was neither verified when he entered the country, nor later – a deadly mistake.
Only after the deed, the Prosecutor had his carpus, his teeth, and the collarbone x-rayed for an extensive medical report. Yesterday, Prosecution Landau published the findings.
The press release says: „In his report, the expert comes to the conclusion that the accused is most likely approximately 20 years old. The expert determines his absolute minimum current age to be 17 1/2 years.“
Politicians demand consequences!
Andrea Lindholz (47, CSU), chairman of the Bundestag home affairs committee, says to Bild: “The age should be examined systematically, and nationwide consistently, in the new anchor centres. Medical examinations must not be taboo. Also older cases where there is a reasonable doubt about their age should be examined in hindsight, and corrected systematically.“
A report from the 18th day of the trial of Hussein Khavari, who killed and raped 19-year-old Maria Ladenburger on October 16, 2016. An original translation from Die Welt:
“It’s only a woman”, said Hussein K.
By Christine Kensche
January 26., 2017
More lies – and a peculiar view of women: At the trial of Hussein K. in the Maria L. murder case, Greek police officers report of their investigations. In 2013, K. had hurled a female student over a quay wall on Corfu.
The sun is setting at the horizon, the facades are shimmering in shades of terracotta, the sea is Greece-blue. A narrow sidewalk winds along the bay. View over a waist-high handrail: the quay wall is plunging ten meters, down there are rocks, waves, a narrow stripe of grit.
Over this handrail, Hussein K. had hurled a young woman. “The girl was lucky”, the police officer resumes. She landed on the stripe of gravel and broke her bones. If she had landed on the rocks, she would probably have been dead.
On this day 18 of the homicide case in Freiburg, holiday films are shown. Chief Prosecutor Eckart Berger took these films when he went to Corfu in his holidays. On this island, Hussein K. committed his first crime that went on records, before he came to Freiburg as an allegedly under-aged refugee and raped and murdered student Maria L.
Berger took the trouble so that the court can visualize the crime scene. Two police officers from Greece came and recall their investigations. What they have to tell from Hussein K.’s interrogation, sounds all too familiar with his statements at the Freiburg district court. It is the same pattern of lies – and a peculiar picture of women.
Hussein K. and his first victim met in the early morning hours of May 26., 2013, in Corfu city. Spyridoula C., who was a 20 year and a student at that time, describes it as following: It was around 2:20 AM when she walked home from a bar at the promenade, and saw K. approaching on the other side of the street.
Bitter laughter in the auditorium
He crossed the street blazingly fast and started punching her, grabbed her handbag and pushed her to the ground. Then she saw the headlights of a car and screamed for help. K. grabbed her and lifted her over the handrail, headfirst. C. grasped on to the fence and begged him not to hurt her. Hussein K. told her to shut up. He detached her grasp and threw her over the handrail.
There is a bitter laughter in the auditorium when the Greek officers describe his arrest. He was carrying a document that identified him as an asylum seeker from Afghanistan, birthday: 01.01.1996. He had stated Nov. 11, 1999 to German authorities. The question of age is of critical importance in this trial for the degree of penalty.
The Greek investigators had managed that same night to arrest K. The student was able to describe him quite well, and besides, she had noticed that his trousers were wet. Even though he had changed clothes in the meantime, investigators found the grey Nike sneakers, now wet, too, which Spyridoula C. had described.
In the interrogations, Hussein K. got tangled up in contradictions, the two officers report. For example, he had alleged that he was drunk and had wanted to clean himself in the sea. “He definitely wasn’t drunk”, says the chief of investigations. He thinks that K. wanted to rob the student’s handbag, and then, when cars came and he feared discovery, he threw her down the quay wall. Later then he wanted to see if she was still lying on the bay.
But at that point, the gravely injured 20-year-old had already managed to drag herself home, half unconscious. At a confrontation in the hospital, she identified Hussein K.
K. confessed. But his “confessions” is a concoction of lies and half-truths, just „like the one he served at the start of the Freiburg trial. Yes, he and the student had met on the street to the harbor. But she got scared of him for no reason at all and suddenly started screaming. He “pushed her out of the way” in order to be able to walk past her on the narrow promenade.
“It is only a woman”
Sebastian Glathe, Hussein K.’s attorney, repeatedly probes why there was no attorney at the interrogation back then. K. renounced an attorney, says the chief of investigations. Why would he have done that, asks Glathe. “Maybe he thought he would not get sentenced anyway”, replies the police officer. Hussein K. was “cool” and “indifferent” during the interrogation, he says. At one point, he commented: “But it is only a woman”.
A Greek court sentenced Hussein K. to ten years prison, according to youth criminal code, for robbery and attempted murder. But in an amnesty, K. was released already in October 2015 and came to Germany. The Freiburg lawsuit is prolonged, among other reasons, for the testimony of the Greek officers. They are to help the decision in an important point: preventive detention.
In order to be able to impose it, the court needs to prove that the accused has got a so-called leaning to grave crimes, and will be dangerous in the future, too. For this, experts analyze the past: which crimes did the suspect already commit? How did he proceed? The analysis of the background is to give clues as to how he will act in the future.
The preventive detention needs to be imposed in the verdict, or at least reserved. It is not a punishment but meant to protect society of a perpetrator who will still be dangerous after serving his sentence. Psychiatrists will evaluate every two years if the arrested person still poses a risk. He will remain in detention as long as the prognosis for him is negative – in theory, this can be until his death.
So there is a lot at stake for Hussein K. He seems to understand that, unlike normally, on this day, he often leans over to interpreter and attorney and whispers to them. Admittedly, it appears that there were no sexual motivations for his crime on Corfu; at least his victim did not notice anything like that. But the psychiatric expert will have taken note of the indifference and brutality with which K. committed this earlier crime.
There is another striking detail that had surfaced on an earlier day of the trial. When the German investigators analyze the Facebook profile of Hussein K., they discover a picture of a werewolf towering over an undressed woman.
Judge Kathrin Schenk wants to know why he chose that motive. “I googled wolf”, replied the accused. But now the Greek investigators describe the clothes that Hussein K. wore back then: in that night in May 2013, when he threw a woman down a cliff, he wore a black T-shirt with the face of a wolf.
On Tuesday evening, between 400 and 600 Germans attended a silent march for the teenage girl who was stabbed to death by an allegedly only 15-year-old Afghan refugee in the town of Kandel.
About 30 leftists protested and attacked the mourners. They waited at the drugstore where the murder took place, and when the march arrived, held up rainbow-striped umbrellas, to protest “for a colorful Germany”. Shuffling and poking with umbrellas ensued. Police removed the leftists.
The local press reported that the march was “far right”, but local police refuted that and pointed out that it was “ordinary citizens”. According to police, as the march went on, more and more passers-by joined in.
Afghan Stabs Ex Girlfriend (15) In Drugstore
The Girl’s Parents Had Already Reported Him To The Police Two Weeks Ago
Perpetrator in Germany since spring 2016 as an unaccompanied underage refugee
By Janine Wollbrett
Dec. 28., 2017 – 1:52 PM CET
Kandel – A 15-year-old girl was stabbed down on Wednesday afternoon in a drugstore in Rhineland-Palatinate by an Afghan boy of the same age. He was the girl’s ex-boyfriend. This is what leading chief prosecutor Angelika Möhlig said on a press conference. An arrest warrant was issued.
The boy is in preliminary detention under strong suspicion of manslaughter. He has been refusing statement so far. According to the information, the girl broke up with the accused in the beginning of December. On wednesday, they encountered each other accidentally. The Afghan followed his ex-girlfriend and stabbed her repeatedly in the drugstore.
After the relationship of several months had ended, the youth had announced on social media that he wanted to “catch” his ex girlfriend, said Police Deputy Chief Eberhard Weber.
The Afghan entered Hesse in April 2016 as an unaccompanied underage refugee. He had been living in Neustadt an der Weinstraße (Rhineland-Palatinate) in a living group with three other youths since September 2017. He already had a record with the police for a hassle on the school yard.
Perpetrator Stabbed Her With a Kitchen Knife
The parents of the victim had pressed charges against the perpetrator for harassment two weeks ago. After the charge, the youth ignored the police’s citation several times. As a result, police delivered the citation personally to him before noon on the day of the crime.
The crime weapon is a 20 centimeter long kitchen knife. The weapon was secured, according to Dieter Lippold, leader of the investigation team. The Afghan did not resist arrest. There were no indications that he was under the influence of drugs. According to Lippold, he seemed quite indifferent. The two companions of the girl helped to detain the stabber until the police’s arrival.
The store is open again on the day after the deed, but shock and mourning run deep.
People have put flowers in front of the door, and lit candles. Customer Diana Jäger (31) was in the drugstore to fetch her photos at the evening of the deed. She heard an argument, then the girl’s screams: “I did not hear what it was about.” Then, the girl was lying on the floor, teenagers stood beside her. Diana Jäger: “They said, ‚Mia, stay awake!‘”
Everything went very fast. Jäger also saw the alleged perpetrator, she says: “He had a dirty smile on his face.”
The girl’s uncle, Jürgen Stöffler (55), says to BILD: “The last time I saw her was at our family celebration on Christmas day. We were in a Greek restaurant in Kandel. Now she is dead and I still can’t believe it. My brother-in-law called me yesterday and cried on the phone: ‚Mia was killed.‘”
The dm store manager, Roman Melcher (50), said to BILD: “I wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family. We are deeply saddened.”
In the afternoon, about 100 people of Kandel quietly and helplessly gathered in front of the supermarket.
An original translation from B.Z. Berlin:
15-year-old Afghan stabs girl to death in supermarket
Dec. 27, 2017
A 15-year-old Afghan stabbed a German girl of the same age to death in the town of Kandel in Rhineland-Palatinate. An argument between the two teenagers preceded the attack, Prosecution Landau and Police Headquarters Rhineland-Palatinate announced.
The girl died from her injuries in hospital. Passers-by overpowered the young Afghan after the crime, police arrested him.
According to first investigations, the victim was in drugstore in the company of a friend. But the arrested did not enter the shop together with the 15-year-old. The trigger of the argument is still unknown.
The Afghan will appear before the committing magistrate on Thursday. It was not announced whether or not the youth was a refugee.
Translator’s note: the above text is a dpa (German Press Agency, Deutsche Presseagentur) text, which is currently featured in identical wording in dozens of German newspapers. According to police, the crime took place at 3:20 this afternoon.
An original translation from Kronen Zeitung:
Violence Against Officers
Dec. 26, 2017
Vienna: Thugs break female police officer’s hand
After three on-duty Viennese police officers were wounded, in part seriously, by thugs on Christmas Eve, the next attack on an officer followed on Christmas Day: Downtown, four men, who were involved in a fist fight, broke the woman’s hand.
According to police spokesman Patrick Maierhofer, the officers were alerted around 7 PM. The reason was a fist fight between four men at Fleischmarkt.
The officers wanted to calm down the situation, but the thugs immediately turned against the police and attacked them verbally and physically. The officer was taken to hospital with a fracture. Her colleagues arrested the perpetrators. They are four Russian citizens from Chechnya at the ages of 19, 20, 22 and 30 years.
Kneed the officer in the back of his neck
On Christmas Eve, three Chechens, a Georgian, and an Afghan attacked police officers in a restaurant at Vienna Stadtbahnbögen. An 18-year-old kneed an officer in the back of his neck from behind. The officer suffered a concussion and bruises. Another policeman was wounded on the shoulder and another on the nose.
This is a follow-up to a story we featured on December 17, Underage Girls Sexually Harassed On Augsburg Public Transport.
An original translation from Augsburger Allgemeine:
Exhibitionists On Bus and Street Tram: Police Make Two Arrests
Dec. 23, 2017
Lately, repeatedly exhibitionists appeared on busses and street trams. They even harassed children. Now the police announce two arrests. By Jörg Heinzle
Lately, cases of exhibitionism piled up in Augsburg. Time and again, men exposed themselves on busses, street trams and regional trains, and sometimes even harassed children. Now, police Augsburg have investigated two alleged serial perpetrators. The men, a Syrian and an Afghan asylum seeker, have been taken into preliminary detention this weekend. A third exhibitionist ist still being searched for.
One of the suspects, a 20-year-old Afghan, confessed four cases of exhibitionism, according to a police spokesman. The man exposed himself on street trams in front of girls. All of the victims are only ten and eleven years old. The arrest of the suspect came thanks to the alertedness of a criminal investigations officer, and a chance meeting. The investigator went downtown in his spare time on Friday. As he is professionally concerned with the case, he knew the images from the surveillance cameras of the street trams which show the suspect. The public utility company installed cameras, which save images temporarily, in all street trams. The investigators analyzed these recordings, which is how they obtained the images of the exhibitionists. The criminal investigations officer accidentally met the 20-year-old and recognized him. He informed his colleagues. The officers arrested the man, who did not resist, near Curt Frenzel Stadion.
Second Suspect Has Not Yet Confessed
Then, on Saturday, police caught a second man, who is allegedly behind at least seven cases of exhibitionism. He is a 32-year-old Syrian. He has not confessed yet. But police think that the man harassed mainly young girls and women – also on public transport, especially in Oberhausen. The 32-year-old did not just expose himself, but he also touched the victims. The youngest victim is ten years old. He allegedly also exposed himself before three boys between the ages of ten and eleven years.
The suspect was apprehended because two young women – 17 and 19 – saw and recognized the man on a street tram. He had harassed them a few days before on a tram in Ulmer Straße. But initially, they did not file a complaint. They now called the police. They followed the man when he exited the tram, and kept the officers informed about the location – he then was arrested in Bahnhofstraße.
Exhibitionist with tablet pc not yet apprehended
Those instances of exhibitionism that were committed by an approximately 30-year-old black African, who always had a white tablet pc with him during the deeds, have not yet been resolved though. The search for him is going on with pressure.
Call for witnesses: Criminal investigators are looking for witnesses, and for further possible victims in the cases of the two apprehended exhibitionists. The 20-year-old Afghan is about 1.60 metres tall. He has got dark, neck-length hair, a brown complexion, and Asian-Mongolian facial features. He was wearing a hooded blue winter jacket with white fur. The 32-year-old Syrian is about 1.70 metres tall and is of a strong, slightly fat, stature. He is described as a “southern” type with a full beard and black hair. He sometimes wore a pullover with white letters, sometimes a dark cap with the shield turned backwards. Criminal investigators are taking cues under telephone no. 0821/323-3810.
An original translation from B.Z. (Berliner Zeitung):
Berlin-Spandau: 19-year-old wanted to drown girl (17) in the Havel
Dec. 19., 2017
The young man pushed the 17-year-old into the river and repeatedly tried to press her under water
A relationship argument between a young woman (17) and her boyfriend (19) – according to B.Z. investigations an Afghan asylum seeker – ended in the only two degree [Celsius; 35.6°F] cold water of the Havel at the Spandauer Burgwall! With dramatic consequences for the man: he submerged, and was rescued by firefighters. He had to be reanimated. He was taken to hospital to the intensive care unit for further treatment.
Girl saved herself to the riverside
The girl was able to save herself to the riverside and climb up a ladder at the walls. She was taken to hospital with hypothermia. As the German girl tells the police and the rescue teams, her boyfriend angrily pushed her into the water after an argument. He then jumped in, too, and tried to push her under water to drown her.
The police confirm this course of events in their press release of Tuesday afternoon. The fourth homicide commission began investigations. „The man is the suspect. He had to be resuscitated“, says a police speaker.
Rescuers in fear
B.Z. spoke to the gas station attendant at the ship-gas-station at Spandauer Burgwall: „I saw how the soaking wet, frightened girl was taken into the ambulance.“ About a minute later, a commotion broke out among the rescuers. They ran back to the water and searched for the woman’s boyfriend. „A tug was just about to land for tanking at my station, we were barely able to redirect it.“ Then, a boat of the water police arrived, and pulled the man from the water.
Germany – Unhappy with being placed in a small town, four Afghan refugees vandalized their accommodation with chains and wood laths. They then smashed the windshield of the arriving police car and fled into the nearby forest. There, a large police contingent was able to arrest the youths. The affected accommodation is a therapeutic living group for traumatized, under-aged refugees. It remains uninhabitable for the time being.
An original translation from Straubinger Wochenblatt:
18.11.2017, 16:28 h (CET)
Disturbing pictures from Falkenfels: “People Are Terrified”
County Commissioner Josef Laumer and Member of Parliament Alois Rainer visited the refugee accommodation in Falkenfels.
FALKENFELS After four residents vandalized an accommodation for unaccompanied underaged refugees in the district Hirschberg of Falkenfels (Wochenblatt reported), a crisis summit was held. County Commissioner Josef Laumer and representatives of the operating society, of police, municipality, the office for youth and foreigners, and of the government of Lower Bavaria’s supervision for accommodations, discussed the current situation and determined the line of approach for the future.
In the meantime, the County Commissioner and the Member of Parliament Alois Rainer and Mayor Ludwig Ettl visited the scene.
„This must be prevented by all means in the future, and must not happen again“, said Laumer. „People in the village don’t feel safe anymore. But it is our job to be there for the people in our region. The protection of the public has got utmost priority for me. Therefore I pressed for the three main culprits not returning here. Not to reward them, but out of consideration for the locals’ fears and concerns. Besides, there are many points where we hope for help from Berlin.“
The rioters are four youths (15, 16) from Afghanistan. Three leaders of the gang won’t return to Hirschberg, the administrative district office announced. Besides, there will be a reworked „Crisis and Protection Concept“. Among others, the maximum occupancy in the institution will be six persons. At the time of the riot, seven youths were accommodated there, who had been sent from different youth welfare offices in Bavaria. The accommodation is designed for traumatized, and psychologically conspicuous young people, and is the sole therapeutic institution for underaged refugees in Lower Bavaria.
The executive director of the “Care Association 1:1 Social Partnership registered society“ who operates the accommodation raised eyebrows.
While police had initially estimated the property damage inside and on the building, and at the police car, with 20,000 Euros, the manager now quantified the damage as roughly 3,000 Euro. Wochenblatt have obtained further photo material from the havoc inside the accommodation, which remains uninhabitable. It remains open as to whether the institution will open in Hirschberg again, after the damage is fixed. The operating society announced to relocate the accommodation, as soon as “a suitable location is found elsewhere”, the County Commissioner said.