Germany: criminal gangs act with virtual impunity as law enforcement can’t keep up

Organised criminals are benefiting from the wave of Islamic extremists in Germany because the threat of terror attacks take up so much police resources, leaving criminals with a free hand.

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Some in the German Federal government, like Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, have admitted that Germans must expect future terror attacks by “lone wolves” and organised groups like those that committed the Paris and Brussels attacks.

“European law enforcement  were SHOCKED at the scale of the Islamic State terror network across the continent”– and,“Germans must expect future terror attacks”.  (Full story below the fold)

So rather than do anything about it and ‘solve the problem’, the Merkel regime expects the population to accept a life of living in fear?

Surely, the turning point must be coming, as enough is enough.

But lets ask the imam, otherwise we never get a clear picture:

“The purpose for which the Muslims are required to fight is not, as one might to think, to compel the unbelievers into embracing Islam. Rather, its purpose is to put an end to the suzerainty of the unbelievers so that the latter are unable to rule over people. The authority to rule should only be vested in those who follow the True Faith; unbelievers who do not follow this True Faith should live in a state of subordination. Anybody who becomes convinced of the Truth of Islam may accept the faith of his/her own volition. The unbelievers are required to pay jizyah (poll tax) in return for the security provided to them as the dhimmis (“Protected People”) of an Islamic state. Jizyahsymbolizes the submission of the unbelievers to the suzerainty of Islam.”—Sayyid Abul A”˜la Mawdudi

You could almost get the idea that Mawdudi thought that Islam was a religion and a belief system that “mandates warfare against unbelievers for the purpose for establishing a societal model that is absolutely incompatible with Western society,” as it would relegate non-Muslims to a second-class state of submission to the Muslims, paying a special tax and accepting other discriminatory regulations. Mawdudi had no trouble getting into Britain, but then again, he was a Muslim, and as I explained last week, you can talk about jihad violence in Britain, as long as you”re for it. So if you”re not a Muslim, get this book, and watch your mailbox for your ban letter.

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Organised criminals are benefiting from the wave of Islamic extremists in Germany because the threat of terror attacks take up so much police resources, leaving criminals with a free hand.

Many Germans may not respond well to the news that Islamic radicalism and terror attacks are on the rise, but a certain segment of society may be able to find succour in the shift in Germany society. Organised criminals, outlaw bikers, and drug dealers are welcoming the wave of Islamic extremists flowing into Germany as the more they grow, the more police resources they consume.

The result is that the criminal gangs can act with virtual impunity as law enforcement can’t keep up, reports Die Welt.

The Mobile Einsatzkommandos (MEK) are an elite group of German law enforcement, the equivalent of the U.S. SWAT teams or the British Flying Squad (CO19), and are used to dealing with organised crime. Now, in cities like Berlin and Bremen, they have noticed they are spending far more of their resources on combating Muslim extremists and terrorism, leaving a gap in their ability to fight organised gangs.

In the German capital of Berlin, the MEK has said there are currently 74 radical Islamists under investigation and that number is rising rapidly with ten added in the last six months alone. The numbers correlate with investigations by European law enforcement who were shocked at the scale of the Islamic State terror network across the continent earlier this year.

A Berlin MEK official was frank about the matter saying that the group’s ability to act has been severely limited. Anyone “who says otherwise is lying — plain and simple” he said, adding that “in the red light and drug scene, the gangsters are rubbing their hands because they feel, naturally, that the pressure on them has eased off.”

Norbert Cioma, who heads the State Criminal Investigation Department, said the resources are so heavily used for Islamists but yield little results. “We know what the suspects eat, where they buy their daily newspaper. We see them go four times in a day to the mosque, but we have no idea what they do there and with whom they share what messages.”

“Technically, we still find ourselves in the Stone Age, while organised terrorists communicate together via highly encrypted media. We can’t even monitor DSL [technology used to transmit data across telephone lines],” he said.

Islamic radicalism, Salafist preachers, and the number of terrorist attacks in Germany have all substantially risen over the course of the migrant crisis in the past year. Terror attacks are thwarted or attempted on an almost weekly basis. A Syrian migrant who was caught Monday afternoon in Leipzig after he was planning to commit a bombing in the city of Chemnitz last week.

Some in the German Federal government, like Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, have admitted that Germans must expect future terror attacks by “lone wolves” and organised groups like those that committed the Paris and Brussels attacks.

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