• In Berlin have arrested a Syrian on suspicion of terrorism

  • The Berlin police have arrested a 27-year-old Syrian Ashraf al-T., suspected of involvement in a foreign terrorist organization. On Thursday, 3 November, Die Welt reported.

    According to the newspaper, the man came to Germany in 2015. The arrest was made in the apartment of a Syrian national in the schöneberg district.

    The cops called it a "second Jabar al-Bakr", noting the man was "a particular danger". The guards said that Ashraf al-So has long been in the view of employees of the German security authorities.

    Syrian Jabar al-Bakr, a suspect in preparation of a large-scale attack, was arrested in Leipzig on 10 October. In his apartment police found 1.5 kilograms of explosives. According to investigators, he was planning to commit a terrorist attack in one of the Berlin airports. A man killed himself in prison a few days after he was placed into custody.


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