Germany: Muslim Terrorist Busted in Ricin WMD Plot
It’s hard to keep up with Muslim terror in Europe these days. I had just finished writing up an extensive article on the murder of a 14-year-old Jewish girl by an Iraqi Muslim in Germany. Then on the gay terror plot in France.
And now a Tunisian Muslim in Germany was busted in a WMD plot. But if I were to turn this into an article, I would note that in German, ‘gift’ means poison. Immigration from terroristans is the gift that is killing the West.
German authorities have thwarted a plot by a Tunisian man who created the deadly toxin ricin using castor bean seeds and planned to use the poison in an Islamic extremist attack in Germany, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
Sief Allah H., whose last name wasn’t given in line with German privacy laws, was taken into custody Tuesday during a raid on his apartment in Cologne. The 29-year-old was formally arrested Wednesday after a judge reviewed the evidence.
Wir schaffen das!
In Europe, all terror suspects are considered innocent and anonymous until they kill someone. And then we blame mental illness and drug use.
Authorities are still investigating exactly how the suspect planned to use the toxin, but said he was working on a “biological weapon” attack in Germany.
The seeds of the castor bean plant are naturally poisonous and can be used to create ricin. The substance kills the body’s cells by preventing them from creating protein. A few milligrams are enough to kill an adult if it’s eaten, injected or inhaled. Early symptoms include chest pain, breathing difficulties and coughing.
Bild also reported that the suspect bought bomb-making materials and chemicals used in the production of ricin. It said the suspect lived in the Chorweiler neighborhood of Cologne with his wife, a convert to Islam, and four children. He supposedly used instructions to make a ricin bomb that had been posted online by the extremist Islamic State group.
German media outlets don’t have that much more info on the plot. Except that they mention that the authorities noticed him when he ordered too much ricin.