German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has put forward a proposal on the construction of deportation centers in Germany in the wake of the recent..
Deportation of 62 Islamists From Germany Stalls Due to Lack of Proper ID Paperwork
- The German government has identified 62 dangerous Islamists that it wants to deport to their native countries but is having issues because many of them lack proper identification.
Germany has been having great difficulty deporting failed asylum seekers who come mainly from the North and West African regions despite many of them being convicted criminals. New revelations suggest that the deportation problem has extended even to known Islamists that the government sees as a threat.
The 62 Islamists who have been classified by the police as "vulnerable" are part of a group of 224 identified Islamist supporters and potential terrorists. Police say that 80 of those Islamists are already in custody.
The police force and the domestic intelligence agency, known as the Office for the Protection of the Consitution, believe the suspects all have the potential and are likely to carry out terror operations in the country.
The Islamists have been identified by police in the wake of the Berlin terror attack last month which killed 12 and injured close to 50 others at a Christmas market near the centre of the city.(Excerpt) Read more at: breitbart.com ...
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