A family of four from Iraq, disguised as diplomats, hired a private plane to fly them into Germany so they could claim asylum. The family claims they are seeking protection for their 7-year-old daughter whose grandfather wants her to undergo Islamic circumcision.
Authorities are unable to verify the family’s history or real identities. It is however, verifiable that the four individuals came to Germany with forged diplomatic passports.
The fate of the family is still unknown however, their chances of staying in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Germany are extremely high. Merkel, who believes in open-borders, continuously rewards illegals with tax-payer funded homes, clothing, phones, food and many other free benefits.
“Refugees land in private jets and want asylum.” Bild.de, October 12, 2020:
Munich – even experienced police officers rarely experience THAT …
On Friday (October 9th) four passengers stood in front of federal police officers at the airport. The Iraqis – father (49), mother (44) and two children (12 and 7) – did not travel on a scheduled plane, but in a business jet.
One after the other: On Friday afternoon, a federal police officer checked the passengers of a business jet that had arrived from Istanbul in the “General Aviation Terminal”. The Iraqi family, diplomats according to the announcement, was allegedly en route from the Bosporus to the Caribbean island of Dominica.
In Munich, only one night with a subsequent change of aircraft is planned, the handling agent informed the officials. When checking the travelers, however, he noticed that the would-be diplomats could neither speak French nor English.
The examination of the diplomatic accreditation cards of the Caribbean state St. Kitts and Nevis should then bring certainty: They were fake. The twelve-year-old son was able to explain to the border police officer that the family was on the run.
During the subsequent questioning, the parents said that they were on the run from the woman’s father. This is strictly religious and demands that the 44-year-old and the seven-year-old daughter be circumcised according to Islamic law. After the family did not comply with this request, the father-in-law threatened him and his wife, said the 49-year-old.
As a result, he sold his house, garden and restaurant in northern Iraq and fled to Turkey with his family six days ago. There they were then brought to an Istanbul airport by a Syrian smuggler against payment of around 60,000 euros. Then the business jet went to Munich, where he wanted to ask for protection.The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees is responsible for examining and processing this request for protection. Therefore, after the police measures on site were completed, the federal police forwarded the Iraqis to an AnkER center in Bavaria. The investigation against the smugglers is ongoing.