BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:30 P.M.) – A 20 year old Syrian refugee has been charged with planning a bomb attack in Germany, DW reported on Friday.

According to the DW report, a German court handed the Syrian refugee a six-and-a-half year long prison sentence for planning to carry out a bomb attack.

The Syrian refugee was identified as Yamen A.; he was arrested inside the northern Germany city of Schwerin in late 2017.

Initially, the prosecution was seeking a five-and-a-half year long sentence for the Syrian man because he was planning to kill and injure over 200 people with a car bomb.

However, the judge ultimately handed down a harsher sentence because of the Syrian man’s ‘determination’ to carry out the bomb attack.

“You wanted to take lives, and in doing so endanger the security of the state,” presiding Judge Ulrike Taeubner told the defendant.

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LidMad88
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2018-11-30 22:36

Hmmm I wonder which side in Syria he supports ???? (definitely not Assad of course)

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2018-12-03 10:07
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, in Syria he was definitely not part of any democratic and peaceful opposition movement.

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2018-11-30 22:10

It is well known that many young male refugees are not refugees at all but draft dodgers who have all the sectarian views to be found in Syria. They should all be send back.

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2018-12-03 10:17
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@Karel, not all reasons were draft dodging. Draft dodgers are excluded from getting asylum. They were sent by their parents to avoid war casualties and for other reasons. I have reason to know many Syrian refugees. They keep arriving for 60 years. It is a mix of reasons why they are came here. Some came with the aim to study – then the parent could not send money any more… Syria was a country with emigration even before the war. So some took the opportunity to ask for asylum to get the time for language learning and adjustment financed…

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Stern Daler
2018-12-01 12:52

This dog tried to bite the hand that had been feeding him.

Sent him back to Syria and not to a cosy German jail.

Haso
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2018-12-01 14:25
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That would be the best punishment in fact.

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2018-12-03 10:00
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@Haso, cheapest and most deterring. People like him endanger and can discredit other refugees and acceptance of refugees most of all.

Daeshbags-Sux
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2018-12-03 05:20
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100% agree. Moreover he may spread his bonkers ideology in jail.
Parachute him over Syria… With a defective parachute 😉

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2018-12-03 10:04
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, do You really think that Syria will grant him pardon.

Sweet Robert
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2018-12-04 04:33
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Nope, he’ll be investigated for his past activities in Syria.

Sweet Robert
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2018-12-04 04:30
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The time has come for Germany to open its embassy in Syria and send him back to Assad.

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2018-12-04 10:11
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@Sweet Robert, currently Germany cannot send anyone back to a land that knows death penalty for such criminals.

But I’d make relations normal again anyway.

p.s. I’d alter that about sending home. Since they knew they have no right to asylum for criminal acts. And that Germany is a country that persecutes for crimes committed abroad. But never mind.

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2018-12-01 16:26

How can this man be a refugee from war? I’m not against helping refugees but accepting them has to be done responsibly.

Daeshbags-Sux
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2018-12-03 05:21
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Not a refugee : a terrorist who posed as a refugee.
Not so EZ to screen hundreds of thousands people, you know!

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2018-12-03 10:05
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@Inknown, it was technically impossible to screen all before they crossed the border.

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2018-12-03 23:07
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you can thank your sausage eating leaderess for the whole debacle. instead of screening refugees in turkey and greece and flying them to germany she opened the land border and had them walking over european borders. it didn’t go down too well with her fellow sausage eaters i believe!!

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2018-12-04 00:34
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@johnny was, the ill behaviour of some asylum seekers soured it.

Half the German population comes from refugee families. Or have You never heard of the allied ethnic clearings and more? Most German war dead were incurred after the fighting stopped.

But she did not remind the German electorate of that period. She could not without speaking the truth about the crimes of the Allies which would make them complain about Fascist crimes of the same type.

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2018-12-04 01:32
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you can’t get more mongeral than the island monkeys – their monarchy is germanic and their patron saint was a roman soldier of greek origin!! everyone should take a dna test 🙂

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2018-12-04 02:12
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@johnny was, Aren’t the Monkeys’ Royals a Jewish dynasty? https://www.algora.com/Algora_blog/2018/02/01/the-truth-about-the-so-called-british-royal-family-are-they-a-ll-jews

And aren’t the Monkey Islanders nothing but the white washed descendents of a moor.comment image

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2018-12-04 13:48
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maybe we have all got some jewish dna – they have been around for a long time. we have no idea what our ancestors got up to

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2018-12-04 21:42
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@johnny was, more likely they of ours. They married with the Hittites who are Aryan speaking. The Yamnaya descendants spread a lot not only to Europe and Turkey but also to Iran and the Mashreq.

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2018-12-04 22:10
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the only thing i know about the moors and the island monkeys is that the barbary pirates took ~30,000 from the south coast of england to the slave market at salé. not sure if they ever returned

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2018-12-05 09:29
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@johnny was, the particular moor depicted is the cheddar man – some English speaking Island Monkeys take objection to have such ancestry.comment image
p.s. I did not know that barbary pirates roamed the seas during the Mesolithic period already – but what You know explains a lot about the origin of the Melanesians of Southern Hemisphere. Blink.