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In Germany, Not Wishing To Be Left Out, Muslims Declare Infidel and Police Free Zone, Threaten Death To violators

In Germany, Not Wishing To Be Left Out, Muslims Declare Infidel and Police Free Zone, Threaten Death To violators

Today all over the world, declaring areas as free from police is the in thing. Still, in Germany a Muslim enclave has carried this a step further, they have closed off their parts of town to all people that aren’t Muslim, declared the area ruled by Sharia, and told everyone, including the police, “You come in we will kill you!”

This should not be too surprising but as a rule. At the same time, police would come under attack if they go into predominantly Muslim enclaves. In Germany, they have taken it a step further, threatening the lives of police officers if they dare step into parts they control.

Criminal clans threaten the police in Duisburg-Marxloh,” translated from “Kriminelle Clans bedrohen die Polizei in Duisburg-Marxloh,” by Christian Schwerdtfeger, General-Anzeiger, June 13, 2020 (thanks to Medforth):

Kaiser-Friedrich-Strasse in the Marxloh district of Duisburg is one of the streets that are said to be firmly in the hands of Arab clans. The police patrol the pedestrian zone frequently, it is usually peaceful, and the officers sometimes wave to the many children playing. The situation was similar on the evening of May 17: at 6:07 p.m., a uniformed patrol car crew consisting of two officers and a third-year commissioner candidate was noticed by the German-Lebanese S., an 18-year-old frequent offender who is known to police and is a member of a large Lebanese family. This is a momentous encounter that will lead to a public reopening of the conflicts in the north of Duisburg and will make headlines nationwide in the following days.

Against S., born in Duisburg in July 2001, 75 investigations have already been carried out since 2014, mainly for property and violent crime, as stated in an investigative report by the police headquarters in Duisburg about the recent violence in Marxloh. The 13 pages are available to our editors. The report is declared with VS (classified information) – only for official use.

There is a pre-trial detention order against S. for dangerous bodily harm. That is why he escaped that May evening when he saw the officials, accompanied by two people who, according to the police, are said to belong to the support group of the Lebanese-born extended family. He ran into a residential building – dangerous terrain for the police. The blocks, according to the mission report, have a freely accessible system of cellars and backyards, and are inhabited by large Lebanese families. Nevertheless, the police officers decided to persecute S., but they request reinforcement by radio.

Large Arab families in Essen: Criminal clans threaten police officers

In the block of houses, S. wanted to flee into an apartment, but when he rang the doorbell, the door was not opened immediately. The police took advantage of this and caught up with him. They overwhelmed him with an “irritant sprayer” and “with simple physical violence.”

Meanwhile, the candidate for the commissioner blocked the front door of the house so that no supporters of S. could come to his aid. Outside, 25 people were already protesting loudly against the police operation. The reinforcements arrived and cleared the space, but were attacked, and some officers suffered minor injuries. S. threatened the police with death: he said he would kill them all at some point. Everyone knew how big his family was and who the police had just messed with.

Since the arrest of S. “the conflict seems to be boiling again in and around Marxloh,” according to investigators. The police tactic of zero tolerance, which has been used in the field for several years, actually works. Since 2017, with 24 “tumult situations,” the number has been reduced to eleven in 2018 and four in the past year, as stated in the present investigation file. But just in the days after the arrest in the stairwell there were two further tumult situations in the north of Duisburg, on May 19 and May 28.

On May 22, it is stated in the file, the police headquarters in Duisburg received an email with the threat of an attack and a warning to withdraw from Marxloh. “Subject: Allahu Akbar, Duisburg-Marxloh is our district. (…) We prohibit all unbelievers from entering our district. We will drive away or kill all police officers, journalists and other unbelievers by force of arms. For us, only the radical Sharia law applies,” says the letter. “We got 2,000 AK-47 assault rifles from Turkey and Russia with enough ammunition. Allahu Akbar, kill all unbelievers.”

Investigators find that the sender’s email address is part of a platform that disguises email addresses and identities. Investigators appear to be taking the threats seriously. According to the police file, the public prosecutor’s office sees this as an initial suspicion of disturbing public peace through the threat of crime….

These are the same people that liberals were screaming about, calling Trump an Islamophobic for daring to black their ability to come here until he could figure out how to vet them properly.

Sadly Europe did not take this route; now, people live in fear for their lives in that part of the continent. They are dealing with rape gangs; self-created moral police are on the rise.

I have had enough of the liberals, but asking me to stomach a bunch of radical Jihadists, no thank you.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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