Ansbach Terror Attack: Culprit was Supposed to be Expelled to Bulgaria

Written by on July 25, 2016 in Bulgaria - No comments

The Syrian suicide bomber, Mohammad Deleel, who injured 15 people last night at a concert in the German town of Ansbach, was supposed to be expelled to Bulgaria. According to reports by virtually all German media, his asylum bid in Germany had been turned down a year ago. Two weeks ago, authorities gave him four weeks to leave the country.

Mohammad Deleel was not unknown to German police, due to several incidents. According to the German daily “Bild”, police found propaganda material by radical Islamic groups in Deleel’s accomodation. The interior minister of Bavaria, Herrmann, said today, the attacker had built his bomb on his own.

The suicide attack at a music festival has left 15 people injured, four of them were in serious condition. The attacker himself is the only fatality.

At this stage, it is unclear why Mohammad Deleel was supposed to be sent to Bulgaria. He might have asked for asylum in the Balkan country, before he went to Germany two years ago.

By im.

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