Cops Attacked By 50 Men In The City of Dietzenbach (State of Hesse)

Arson was reported in the city of Dietzenberg in our state of Hesse. When the cops arrived they were not just expected by the burning building dredger and a number of burning trash containers, but also a volley of about fifty men throwing stones at them. After more and more colleagues arrived in at least twelve police cars (a dozen of cars were damaged) and a fricking helicopter, the assailants could be scattered. Not captured. Mind you! Just scattered. After all, catching them could have hurt them and it is safer to rather keep the residents not safer. Maybe, just maybe, there is a middle ground, a sensible space between kneeling on a neck of a helpless, probably innocent person until he dies and letting yourself being beaten up by criminals caught right in the act. Maybe.

sources:
https://www.welt.de/vermischtes/article208577855/Dietzenbach-Brand-sollte-Polizei-wohl-anlocken-dann-griffen-die-Maenner-an.html
https://www.sueddeutsche.de/panorama/kriminalitaet-dietzenbach-stein-attacke-auf-einsatzkraefte-ermittlungen-gehen-weiter-dpa.urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-200529-99-228962

New Biker Group Between Hell’s Angels and Sharia

I have reported already here  how Berlin is struggling with Arab-speaking gangs. Now Germany sees the emergence of another racket that is likely to combine extortion, prostituion and drug trafficking with sharia enforcement.

German Muslims have established a self-styled biker gang — modelled on the Hells Angels — aimed at protecting fellow Muslims from the “ever-growing hatred of Islam,” according to Die Welt.

The emergence of the group, which aspires to open chapters in cities and towns across Germany, has alarmed German authorities, who have warned against the growing threat of vigilantism in the country.

Muslim vigilantes enforcing Islamic justice have become increasingly common in Germany. The government’s inability or unwillingness to stop them has led to the rise of anti-Muslim counter-vigilantes. Germany’s BfV intelligence agency, in its latest annual report, warned that an escalating action-reaction cycle could result in open warfare on German streets.

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