Ansbach suicide bombing: String of terrorist attack hit Germany

July 26, 2016 | Brainwave Science

Ansbach suicide bombing: String of terrorist attack hit Germany
July 26, 2016 | Brainwave Science

Sunday 24th, July 2016, a suicide bomber who died and left 15 others injured in a blast outside a music festival in Ansbach, southern Germany.
According to Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann said Monday, that a video pledging allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was found on the attacker’s phone.
Joachim Herrmann said that according to an initial translation of the Arabic-language video, the man announced a “revenge” attack against Germany. “I think that after this video there’s no doubt that the attack was a terrorist attack with an Islamist background,” said Herrmann.
The attacker, 27, killed himself was an asylum seeker, he detonated a rucksack of explosives outside a music festival in Ansbach on Sunday.
Ax train attack Monday July 18th, Wurzburg (left 4 people hospitalized and 1 in induced coma); the shopping mall shooting, Friday 22nd, Munich (left 9 people dead and himself); Machete attack Sunday, July 24th, Reutlingen (left 1 Polish woman dead); and suicide bomber attack July 24th, Ansbach Germany, is the latest in string of attacks to hit Germany in a week. All of which are particularly related to a revenge “cause” and support for ISIS.
In the latest of the attacks, authorities reveal that the Syrian applied for asylum in 2014 but was his petition was denied 2 weeks ago. Authorities said, he was scheduled to be deported to Bulgaria where he had been initially offered a refugee status but authorities suspended the process after paper work submitted revealed medical records showing he had mental problems. However, the process recommenced on 13th of July.
Police Authority earlier accounts, said the attacker had been arrested for a mild drug offence and were also called for two suicide attempt.
In another source from CNN, a neighbor (Mahmood) said the suspect (Daleel), had told him he was a little worried over being sent back to Bulgaria but didn’t seem overly stressed. He seemed eager to work and wanted a job at McDonald’s.
What is the trend here? Seemingly otherwise normal people carrying out their daily lives and struggles only to turn to certain beliefs and ideology as a solution. A violent one at that.
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