Berlin (AFP) – German authorities have arrested two brothers on suspicion of planning an attack on a shopping centre in the western city of Oberhausen, police said Friday.
The two men were aged 28 and 31 and originally from Kosovo, police said, with the country on edge after a jihadist drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin killing 12 people.
Two arrested in Germany over mall attack plot: police
Remember the Westgate shopping mall jihad massacre?
Like the massive attack thwarted today in Australia, a “substantial” number of lives were saved.
These jihadis were from Kosovo. More of the poison fruit of Bill Clinton’s war in the Balkans paving for a jihad state in heart of Europe, Kosovo.
Kosovo background: The Kosovo War was an armed conflict in Kosovo in the late 1990s. It was fought by the forces of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (by this time, consisting of the Republics of Montenegro and Serbia), which controlled Kosovo before the war, and the Kosovo Albanian (Muslim) terrorist group known as the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), with air support from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) from 24 March 1999, and ground support from the Albanian army.
The KLA, formed in 1991 initiated its first campaign in 1995 when it launched attacks targeting Serbian law enforcement in Kosovo, and in June 1996 the group claimed responsibility for acts of sabotage targeting Kosovo police stations. Bill Clinton abandoned our long time allies in Serbia to align with the jihad force.
TWO ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF PLOTTING TO ATTACK GERMANY’S LARGEST SHOPPING MALL
The Telegraph, December 22, 2016:
Two brothers from Kosovo have been arrested by German police on suspicion of plotting to attack the country’s largest shopping mall in Oberhausen, near the Dutch border.
The men, aged 28 and 31, were arrested in Duisburg with Germany on high alert following Monday’s attack on the Christmas market in Berlin that killed 12 and injured 49.
“Friday morning (23 December, around 00:45 hours) special units in Duisburg took two suspicious men into custody,” Essen police said in a statement,
“The 28-year old and 31-year-old brothers born in Kosovo are suspected of having prepared a possible attack on the CentrO in Oberhausen,” Essen police said.
Police said that they are trying to establish how far the preparations for the attack went and whether other people were involved.
It is believed they were planning to attack the CentrO shopping mall where security has been stepped up along with a Christmas market next door, BNO News reported.
Officers in plain clothes and uniform have been deployed to protect shoppers at the mall which has more than 250 stores.
Details of the arrest were disclosed in a brief statement by Essen police.