The German federal public prosecutor announced on November 19, 2019 that police arrested a 26-year-old Syrian “refugee” suspected “of preparing a serious violent act threatening the state.”
The arrested terrorist suspect, Abdullah H, is linked to the Islamic State and was previously employed at a children’s school in Berlin. Abdullah entered Germany in 2014 illegally and was designated a refugee by Merkel’s government.
Abdullah purchased acetone, as well as hydrogen peroxide solution in August and September of 2019, so he could create the highly explosive triacetone triperoxide (TATP), an explosive known as “Mother of Satan” for its extreme volatility.
The prosecutor reported, the “Mother of Satan” explosive was going to be used “at an unknown place in Germany at an unknown time in order to kill and injure as large a number of people as possible.”
TATP explosives are used extensively by terrorist organizations around the world “because they are easy to prepare and very difficult to detect,” reported, Ehud Keinan, a chemist at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
The ‘Mother of Satan’ explosive has done extensive harm by islamic terrorists throughout Europe and the United States; Richard Reid, also known as the Shoe Bomber, used TATP in 2001, “as did terrorists in London in 2005 and 2006. The chemical was also in bombs detonated at the University of Oklahoma in 2005 and Texas City, Texas, in 2006.” It was used in the November 13, 2005 Paris attacks, that killed at least 130 people and more than 350 were wounded. The 2016 Brussels TATP bombings killed thirty-two civilians and injured more than 300 people.
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The article below is from FOCUS Online and was translated by MissPiggy along with the video.
He Was High on the List of Islamist Threats — Special Unit Police Arrest Abdullah H. in Berlin
November 19, 2019
The police have arrested a man under suspicion of terrorism in Berlin. The 26-year-old Syrian is said to have informed himself over the Internet about the construction of bombs and exchanged information. “The purpose of the chat traffic is said to have been to prepare for terrorist attacks,” the Berlin public prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday. A special unit of the Federal Police arrested the man on Tuesday morning.
According to ARD, the arrested man is said to be Abdullah H. According to ARD reporter Holger Schmidt on Twitter, Abdullah H. is at the top of the list of dangerous Islamist groups in Germany.
Editor’s note: In a first version of the text, the suspect was described as 37 years old. The Attorney General’s Office has now corrected this statement: The arrested person is 26.
Planned attack with the “Mother of Satan”
The arrested terrorist suspect was employed as a cleaner at a primary school in the capital. Previously, he had worked until September in the Bode Museum in Berlin, said Interior Senator Andreas Geisel (SPD) on Tuesday. There was no information about a possible target for the suspect’s attack. “We assume that there was a considerable danger,” said Geisel. In evaluated chat reports, the aim was to kill as many people as possible with a terrorist attack.
He had a radical Islamist attitude and had already begun “to procure the necessary components and chemicals for the construction of an explosive device,” according to the Federal Prosecutor’s Office. In August the man allegedly bought acetone and in September hydrogen peroxide solution. “Both chemicals are needed to produce the highly explosive triacetone triperoxide (TATP). The planned bomb “was to be detonated at an unknown location in Germany at an unknown time in order to kill and injure as many people as possible”, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office further announced.
TATP is known in connection with terrorist attacks in Paris. The explosives can be produced by simple means. This makes it attractive for terrorists. In the Middle East TATP is also known as “Mother of Satan”.
“We believe there was a significant threat”
During the investigation, the Berlin public prosecutor’s office focused the charges on preparations for an act of violence endangering the state. A judge had already issued an arrest warrant on November 5. Since spring of this year, the Syrian has allegedly exchanged instructions for building weapons and manufacturing explosives nine times with IS followers in a message group. The chat participants wrote about plastic explosives, parcel and magnetic bombs, “door traps with explosives” as well as Kalashnikov assault rifles and submachine guns. “What was exchanged was clearly Islamic in background and served the purpose of preparing for attacks,” said Martin Steltner, spokesman for the Berlin public prosecutor’s office.
Berlin’s Interior Senator Geisel stated: “We assume that there was a considerable danger. In the chat transcript, the aim was to kill as many people as possible. He admitted that the last few weeks before the current arrest were strenuous. “It’s an enormous strain on your nerves to make this decision.” He had been regularly informed. “The last weeks were not nice,” he said about the police problem of having to gather enough evidence for an arrest on the one hand and on the other hand to strike at the right time before an attack. According to Geisel, the security authorities tracked down the suspect through a tip from a foreign intelligence service. There was no information available about a concrete target of the suspect’s attack. It is unclear whether he had accomplices in Germany or regularly visited Islamist mosques.
According to dpa [Deutsche Presse-Agentur] information, the Syrian is thought to have entered Germany in 2014. He was designated a refugee and has a valid residence permit. It also became known that he had a wife.
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