Christian refugees from Syria claim they saw a former Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist living in Frankfurt, and that this is not an isolated case. Police investigated but refused to file charges because the alleged terrorist has done nothing criminal yet in Germany.
RT A group of Assyrian Christians who had been held hostage by Islamic State, recalled that while being held in IS captivity, the only thing they prayed for was to be shot instead of being beheaded.
The same community, now living in the city of Saarlouis, say the horrors of that experience have followed them all the way to Germany, after they found out that a man they say had ties to Islamic State is living among them. A refugee said he is positive the man living in his town is the same member of ISIS he encountered in Syria.
The Assyrian Christian community now feels very insecure as “this was not the first case” a former IS member had been recognized, the man said. He added that some people are even considering leaving Germany, but do not know where to run to. “This is tragic that we will again be forced to be refugees, this time in a Christian state that cannot protect us,” Kanoun said.
He recalled that while in captivity, he overheard a conversation between his captors, saying that “the West will belong to us and we will conquer it through Islamization.”