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German jihadists in the crisis zone of Pakistan Waziristan find themselves under substantial pressure. The secret services intercepted Â emails, Internet chat and listened in on telephone calls show Â increasing fear and resignation, as reported by “focus news”.
Looks like Jihad Fritz & Co. Â don’t wanna be ‘martyrs’ after all….
Looks like quite a few of the 40 German fighters are ready to give up and hope to return to Germany. The Federal Office for protection of the constitution (BfV) prepares at present a reintegration program for jihadists. Under the radicals arrested last Monday was Rami M. In telephone calls with Hamburg fellow believers, whose dwellings were searched on Tuesday, M. complained (according to “focus”) Â about his hopeless situation. Rami does not have a passport and wants to turn himself in. A high-ranking police officer said to “focus”: “Pakistan became very uncertain for M. and other jihadists in the meantime.”
May I suggest a few years in Gimo instead? The weather is beautiful there this time of year and the halal burgers super tasty…..
The drones seem to be doing a splendid job:
The German secret service Â had the Syrian M. already under surveillance, before he left to Pakistan in March 2009. Â Before he left, he Â chatted with fellow believers on the internet on how to build bombs. In the autumn 2008 he announced Â to fellow radicals, he Â would bring “five games” meaning bomb-making manuals with him…..
Reality sux: killing the ‘crusaders’ is just too hard……
This IBU fighter, from Hamburg, called himself “Abu Safiyya” and died in fighting with the Pakistani army in 2009. German security agencies believe that dozens of fighters from Germany may have arrived in the region to work with IBU and other groups.
The German Taliban Mujahedeen (DTM) first went public in the fall of 2009, when they warned that terror attacks would be perpetrated in Germany. Over a half dozen fighters from Germany are believed to be part of the group.
Pakistani police reportedly arrested a German citizen on Monday. The German-Syrian Rami M. had a broken leg and was believed to be traveling to a hospital, disguised in a burqa.Â By Yassin Musharbash, Holger Stark and Susanne KoelblÂ more…
In German from Jihad Watch Deutschland:
Unter den Radikalen soll auch der am vergangenen Montag in Pakistan festgenommene Rami M. sein. In Telefonaten mit Hamburger GlaubensbrÃ¼dern, deren Wohnungen am Dienstag durchsucht wurden, klagte M. laut Â«FocusÂ» Ã¼ber seine ausweglose Lage. Er habe keinen Reisepass und wolle sich in der deutschen Botschaft stellen. Ein hochrangiger Sicherheitsbeamter sagte dem Â«FocusÂ»: Â«Pakistan ist fÃ¼r M. und andere Dschihadisten inzwischen sehr unsicher geworden.Â» StaatsschÃ¼tzern war der Deutsch-Syrer M. bereits aufgefallen, bevor er im MÃ¤rz 2009 unbemerkt von Hamburger VerfassungsschÃ¼tzern nach Pakistan ging. Im Internet hatte er mit GlaubensbrÃ¼dern Ã¼ber Anleitungen zum Bombenbau gechattet. Im Herbst 2008 kÃ¼ndigte er einem Radikalen gegenÃ¼ber an, er werde Â«fÃ¼nf SpieleÂ» von Frankfurt nach Bonn mitbringen. BfV-Experten vermuten nun, dass damit Anleitungen fÃ¼r die Herstellung von Sprengstoff gemeint waren. M. soll zudem enge Kontakte in die Islamisten-Gruppe um den spÃ¤teren Al-Quaida-Sprecher Bekkay Harrach gehabt haben. Gegen Rami M. und neun weitere Radikale aus Hamburg ermittelt die Bundesanwaltschaft.