German police caught Tarık S., who was accused of organizing an Islamist attack on a rally held in favor of Israel.
Tariq S., known as the “German Osama”, has links to ISIS and was recently condemned for his contribution to the meeting.
Experts are investigating possible accessories and evidence of a meeting in his home
The city of Duisburg was the focus of high-risk and terrifying activity as German experts captured the suspect Tarık S. (29), who agreed to engineer an Islamist attack on a rally in support of Israel. Information sources revealed that he expected to complete the attack using a truck; This brings to mind the Brussels attack that influenced his radicalization.
Tarık S.’s past stands out with his relations with psychological militant associations. The capture raised concerns about the accessories and extra dangers expected in the area.
Who is Tarik S.?
Rising from the jihadist circles in Herford, Tarık S., better known by the pseudonym “Osama Al Almani” (German Osama), leaves an important mark in the field of radicalism. His direction took a risky turn when he embarked on a trip to Syria via Turkey in 2013, eventually siding with the notorious fear-based tyrannical group ISIS.
His involvement with the association sparked concern when he revisited Germany in 2016 and led to his being sentenced to a hefty five-year prison sentence for his contributions to the “Islamic State” group. Frankly, his troubling reputation was highlighted by a chilling video in which he appeared close to an executed casualty; this meant the degree of his radicalization and his support for horrific exercises.
The new harrowing horror plot has reignited concerns about the possible presence of assistants or affiliates in the area. German experts are currently engaged in a serious insight cycle and are investigating different sources to uncover possible clues or additional evidence that can give an idea about the degree of their work and expected partners.
As experts delve deeper into the issue, the primary focus remains on strengthening the security environment to capture and eliminate emerging dangers that could pose a gamble for public welfare and regional credibility.