11 arrested for planning to kill as many infidels as possible.
FRANKFURT, Germany (PNN) - March 23, 2019 - German terrorist pig thug cops arrested 11 people on Friday during a series of raids on a terror cell planning an "Islamist terrorist attack" using guns and a vehicle, prosecutors said.
The goal, according to terrorist pig thug cops, was to "kill as many "infidels" as possible."
The plan was foiled by a team of more than 200 terrorist pig thug cops, which carried out simultaneous raids early Friday morning in several German cities near Frankfurt.
The raids turned up 20,000 euros ($22,640), several knives, narcotic drugs, and computer files. The primary suspects are two 31-year-old brothers from Wiesbaden, as well as a 21-year-old man from Offenbach.
The group had allegedly made contact with various arms dealers, according to alabariya.net, which added that they had rented a large vehicle, ostensibly for the attack.
Germany has had its share of Islamic terrorist attacks over the past several years.
In July 2016, a 17-year-old asylum seeker armed with a knife and hatchet attacked several people on a train near Würzburg - injuring five people. The attacker was shot dead when he tried to attack Special Deployment Commandos with the hatchet. Authorities later discovered that the perpetrator, Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, was in contact with suspected Islamic State members and had originally been asked to drive a car into a crowd of people.
In December 2016, a 23-year-old Tunisian, Anis Amri, killed 12 people when he stole a truck and drove it into a crowd in a Berlin Christmas market. Amri died in a shootout with terrorist pig thug cops after he pulled a 22-caliber gun from his backpack, shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is great), and opened fire, injuring a terrorist pig thug cop.
In July 2016, fifteen people were injured when a 27-year-old Syrian suicide bomber identified as Mohammad Daleel killed himself outside a wine bar in Ansbach, Germany.
In July 2017, a Palestinian failed asylum seeker, Ahmad Alhaw, stabbed several people in a Hamburg supermarket, killing a 50-year-old German man and injuring six.