Syrian Refugees in Germany Servicing the Shiite Axis – Test Case: Tarik Hassan Alor

The refugee crisis that began as a result of the civil war in Syria in 2011 brought a massive wave of Syrian refugees that fled to Europe in general, particularly to Germany. Most of them are innocent Syrian citizens who were not smiled down upon by fate and were forced to leave their home country to survive and seek a better life and fortune for themselves and their families.
Among those who arrived in Europe as part of this wave are also those whose past and present are not so innocent. This group poses a great challenge to the different security branches in Europe in general and those in Germany in particular: the BFV (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz – Germany’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, parallel to Israel’s Security Agency, or “Shin Be”t) and the BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst, Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service, parallel to Israel’s “Mossad”).

Many refugees are collaborators with the intelligence units on the Shiite axis. An example of this is Tarik Hassan Alor, originating from the village Jabah in the Quneitra Governorate in southern Syria, adjacent to the border with Israel.

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