Three ISIS-Loving Refugees Caught Red Handed Plotting One MAJOR Attack! By Elvin Bartley
MAINZ, Germany — Three Syrian suspected ISIS members allegedly plotting a terror attack in Germany have been arrested, prosecutors said Thursday.
The men had received orders from ISIS leadership to attack the city of Duesseldorf using suicide vests, explosives and rifles — but that there was no concrete evidence they had begun to implement their plans, the prosecutors’ office said in a statement.
It said German officials are seeking the extradition of the 25-year-old alleged accomplice — Syrian national identified as Saleh A. — from France.
That suspect — along with Hamza C. — allegedly joined ISIS in early 2014 and traveled to Turkey in May that year.
The prosecutor’s statement said that by January 2015, the pair had convinced Mahood B. to participate in the attack. Saleh A. made contact with Abd Arahman A.K. a year later, the prosecutor added.
The arrests come after the head of the Germany’s domestic intelligence service told NBC News last month that children as young as 13 were being brainwashed by ISIS and were “prepared to stage attacks” in the country.