Muslim suspect in Germany terror attack appears to be 'known wolf'

Washington Post:
Prime suspect in deadly Berlin attack was subject of previous terror probe

The 24-year-old Tunisian migrant now sought by German authorities was not deported following his rejection for asylum because Tunisia initially refused to take him back, a senior official said.
His record indicates the kind of person ISIL looks to use in such attacks in Europe.  It will be hard for the pro-migrant politicians in the West to survive these kinds of attacks politically.  Merkel was already in trouble with voters before this latest mass murder for Allah attack.

Tunisia has become a breeding ground for Islamic terrorists including the mass murder for Allah attacks in Paris and Nice.


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