A huge weapons depot belonging to radical Islamists was found in Nordrhein-Westfalen, near a mosque. The top secret search took place a week ago and a large cache of war grade weapons were found, reports the Hessian representative Ismail Tipi (CDU).
Nordrhein-Westfalen, commonly shortened NRW, is the most populous state of Germany, with a population of approximately 18 million, and the fourth largest by area. Its capital is Düsseldorf; the biggest city is Cologne.
According to information from the Hessian CDU representative Ismail Tipi, about a week ago a top secret search by SEC (Spezialeinsatzcommando – or SWAT team) in Northrhein-Westfalen took place. In the refrigerator room of a grocer/vegetable seller located near a mosque, lots of weapons were discovered and seized.
“According to my information, a weapons arsenal with war grade weapons was found in this search. The danger of fundamentalist Salafists who are ready
to use violence arming themselves in Germany is very large. This secret raid finding this weapons cache makes this more than clear,” wrote Tipi last Friday in a press release.
This extremist expert suspects that secret weapons arsenals are also being set up in other German cities. The Hamburg intelligence service is also warning of increasing numbers armed jihad supporters.
Up to now only 300 supporters of armed jihad have been identified in Hamburg, but there are probably many more.
“The information about this is increasing. The fear is large that Salafist sleeper cells, jihadis, and ISIS terrorists in Germany get support from foreign intelligence services that are not friendly to us. Through the weapons arsenal, the sleeper cells and militant jihadis can be armed with weapons and prepare for their likely attack. This is exactly what I have always feared.”
“Politicians must speak clearly about this”
Tipi warns: “If these fears are substantiated, we can assume that secret weapons arsenals are being set up for a big terrorist attack not only in Germany, but throughout Europe. It would be a dereliction of duty if we didn’t recognize this danger and find these weapons arsenals.”
It is a problem that many battle hardened young Salafists returning from war zones are back in Germany and that dangerous people have snuck in as refugees, according to the press release.
“We must see this danger and deal with it as soon as possible. Those in charge of our security must look at this closely and share this information with all relevant security agencies,” says Tipi.
He continues: “Politicians must be clear about this, report on possible dangers and threats, educate the people and call upon them to be wide awake and report every type of observations to the police. The problem of Salafism and IS-terrorism is always getting bigger when we don’t react. Here everyone has a responsibility.”
Tipi’s political engagement against radical Salafists has led to death threats against him.
Last year, French police made a similar discovery when they raided 3 mosques. There they found 334 war grade weapons and made 223 arrests.
Earlier this year, the Swedish lawyer, Henning Witte, warned of a coming large and coordinated attack on Europe by ISIS in September. His information is based on German intelligence sources.
Swedish police recently warned that Sweden has become the entrance gate for terrorists to Europe, after a Bosnian veteran ISIS terrorist was arrested trying to enter the country.
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