Syrian Denied Asylum Pledged Allegiance to ISIS Chief.

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It has come to light that a Syrian man that was denied asylum in Germany pledged allegiance to the head of ISIS as shown with video evidence. The Syrian man blew himself up near an open-air music festival in southern Germany, both killing himself and wounding twelve people.

As evidenced by a video found on the attacker’s phone, the man had claimed his attack as revenge against Germany for his denied asylum. Government officials had moved to deport the Syrian man twice before the attack. He was told that he would be deported to Bulgaria, and the first deportation notice was issued on December 22, 2014.

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Ansbach scene of explosion

Germany’s interior ministry spokesman, Tobias Plate, revealed that Bulgaria was where the man had first requested asylum. Due to the delicate situation in Syria, refugees cannot be deported directly there per law.

The “revenge” attack was purportedly due to the twenty-seven-year-old being denied asylum. Officials also claimed that the bomber had received repeated psychiatric, and had also been known for drug possession.

The Syrian man set off explosives contained in his backpack at a bar near ten o’ clock at night after being refused entry to the festival in Ansbach. Roman Fertinger, the deputy police chief in Nueremberg, estimated there would have been a lot more causalities and wounded had the man managed to gain entry to the event.

Though he was denied asylum more than a year ago, it is most likely that the Syrian man had been allowed to remain in Germany due to the chaos in Syria.

A resident, Alireza Khodadadi, claimed that the man, identified as “Mohammed” had told him that ISIS was not representative of Islam. “He always said that, no, I’m not with them, I don’t like them and such stuff. But I think he had some issues because, you know, he told lies so often without any reason, and I understand that he wants to be in the center of (attention), you know, he needed (attention),” Khodadadi added.

The attack on Sunday was the fourth in German this week alone, and the third to be carried out by recent immigrants. Steve Roigers, an expert on terrorism, has hinted that the “invasion” by ISIS is only going to get worse.

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