German Police Make Another Arrest In Connection With Murder Attempt on Islam Critic
by Cheradenine Zakalwe
Islam versus Europe Blog
August 2, 2013
This relates to the attack on Islam critic Zahid Khan, which I wrote about a few days ago.
The 36-year-old Frankfurter, who is said to have attacked the Islam critic and self-described prophet Zahid Khan, in a forest parking place between Rodgau and Dietzenbach on Monday, may have been commissioned to do it by someone else, said Sebastian Zwiebel, spokesman of the Darmstadt state prosecutor's office, yesterday to the Frankfurter Rundschau.
One person suspected of issuing the contract, an Islamic activist, has been arrested in the meantime. The man, who is now in custody, disputes the charges. Offenbach District Court has issued warrants against the 36-year-old Frankfurter as well as the suspected mastermind for conspiracy to murder.
One line of inquiry could lead into the Salafist scene. One year ago the Darmstadt state prosecutor's office investigated prominent radical Islamist leaders because of suspects plans to commit murder.
Source: fr-online.de Via: Reconquista Europa
On Friday Offenbach district court issued a warrant for conspiracy to murder against the Marburg Islamist Stefan Salim Nagi erlassen. The Darmstadt state prosecutor's office assumes that he commissioned a drug-dependent homeless man from Frankfurt to murder the Islam critic and self-declared prophet Zahid Khan from Rodgau.
The Frankfurter identified Nagi as the person who had hired him based on a photograph, said Sebastian Zwiebel, spokesman for the Darmstadt state prosecutor's office. If it turns out to be true that Nagi had also driven the Frankfurter to the scene of the crime, then he would be considered not only the paymaster but an accomplice, he said.
Related Topics: Islamist Violence or Threats of Physical Violence Against Speech, Lawfare in the West, OIC & Defamation, Pressure Tactics Against Free Speech, Sharia in the West, United Nations & Other International Groups, Willful Blindness & PC Problems
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