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Germany: Syrian Refugee Apprehends Suspected Terrorist

A Syrian refugee in Germany has helped to apprehend a fellow refugee who reportedly was planning a bomb attack.


According to Stream.org, 22-year-old Jaber al-Bakr was plotting a bomb attack when he asked another refugee to help him. Instead of aiding al-Bakr, however, the other refugee tied him up and reported him to the police who arrested him.


Al-Bakr reportedly had a “virtual bomb-making lab” in the town of Chemnitz which police raided. According to an unconfirmed report, he was keeping a dangerous substance called TATP in the “lab.”


Police believe al-Bakr was planning to target an airport in Berlin. Some reports even suggest al-Bakr was sent to Europe by ISIS to set up the bomb lab.

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