Muslim invaders from Morocco and Algeria pretending to be refugees burned down a €10 million “reception center” in Dusseldorf—because there was too little Nutella, candy and chocolate at the Ramadan breakfast spread, a court has heard.
The arson destroyed a major exhibition hall near the airport, with smoke disrupting air traffic.
According to German media, charges have been brought against a Moroccan and an Algerian, named respectively as Mohammed B., and Adel D., both 27-years-old, for starting the initial fire.
In formal charges placed this week, the Dusseldorf public prosecutor revealed that the invaders had started the fire in the exhibition hall—being used to house hundreds of fake refugees—because there was not enough Nutella, “gummi bars,” and chocolate at the food buffet set out for breakfast after Ramadan.
“The trigger was a dispute about the food in Ramadan,” Dr. Martina Reinartz, spokesman for the District Court of Dusseldorf, confirmed.
Some 26 people were injured, and damage to the value of €10 million was incurred as the hall burned to the ground.
The charges against the two Muslims include arson, and the public prosecutor’s office has prosecuted Adel D. for heavy incendiary incidents and causing “dangerous bodily harm.”
Mohamed B. was arrested shortly after the fire—but has since been released and now continues to live as a “refugee” in another invader center in Dusseldorf.
There is of course, no justification for any Moroccans or Algerians to claim asylum in Europe, even by the European Union’s ridiculously lax definitions of who is a “refuge.” Despite this, Mohammed B. and the other culprits involved in the arson attacks still continue to live off the German taxpayers pretending to be refugees.
At the time, Dusseldorf prosecutor Martin Stücker told media that the reason for Mohammed B.’s release was that his lawyer had managed to argue before a court that his client presented no danger of fleeing, because he already was a refugee and had nowhere else to go.
Meanwhile, as German media earlier admitted, it might not be possible to send the Moroccans back, even if their bogus asylum applications are rejected.
Socialist Party of Germany (SPD) North Rhine Westphalia (NRW) Interior Minister Ralf Jäger said that there were “extreme difficulties” in sending back North Africans to their home countries, because the latter were “completely uncooperative.”
He admitted that, according to the treaty negotiated with the Moroccan government, it would take 25 years to deport all Moroccans currently living in NRW alone back to their homeland.
Morocco, he said, only accepts deported refugees if they are flown with the Moroccan state airline, and charter flights are not permitted.
Even then, only four deportees per flight are allowed, meaning that it would take thousands of flights just to send the Moroccans already in Germany back.
It has also emerged that the Algerian, Adel D., had earlier been registered as a “refugee” in Italy, and had also been arrested for robbery in the German city of Essen.
Other Muslims arrested for the blaze include a 16-year-old Moroccan, a 21-year-old Algerian, and a 24-year-old Syrian. The 21-year-old Algerian was already known to German police as a serious repeat criminal, and had racked up 35 arrests for robbery and car theft since October 2015.
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