These Muslims had also threatened to kill workers at the refugee center. And still, the left continues to riot and rage to continue to the hijrah/invasion of the West.
And President Trump is under endless fire because he means to stop it from happening here.
Asylum seekers who burnt down Dusseldorf refugee camp shouted ‘damn Germans’, court hears
ANGRY asylum seekers who allegedly burnt down a refugee camp in Germany had threatened to kill staff who they branded “a***holes” and “damn Germans!” an eyewitness told a court.
The Express, February 6, 2017:
The shock claim was made by a staff member of DRK, (the German Red Cross) during an hour of testimony at Dusseldorf’s regional court on February 3.
He described how the refugees found it “funny” when the hall court fire on June 7 2016.
And the blaze took hold after the asylum seekers had made multiple death threats towards DRK staff in the run up to the blaze.
Staff endured taunts of: “Damn Germans, a***holes!”, “we will turn the hall into ruins”, or ”we will set fire to you, kill you all…and burn down the hall.”
According to the witness, an employee of DRK, staff had been handing out food on the day of the fire.
He saw the two suspects – Adel Z. and Mohamad B. – in a celebratory mood following the fire in the Dusseldorf exhibition hall
The refugee camp had burnt down on June 7, 2016,
Several other residents, who were standing around with packed suitcases, also “thought it was funny and great.” One had even filmed the blaze with his smartphone.When the judge asked whether he thought the inhabitants knew about the fire ahead of time, the 57-year-old said, “of course.”
Adel Z., a 27-year-old Algerian Muslim, is accused of setting the hall on fire because he was outraged that food and drinks were given to non-fasting roommates during Ramadan.
The other suspect, Mohamad B, a 27-year-old Moroccan, is accused of persuading Adel Z. to set the fire because he too was dissatisfied with the accommodation in the exhibition hall.The court heard that on the day of the fire, Adel Z. and Mohamed B. were seen arguing.
Other residents were also quarrelling because they wanted more food but were denied it because of Ramadan.
Several residents at the refugee camp threatened to kill aid workers
The eyewitness said: “There were quarrels, because some residents wanted to have more food, certain things that, because of Ramadan, were only available in the evening”.He then recalled seeing both suspects milling around.
Mohamad B then “went towards the middle of the hall” and just six minutes later the fire alarm sounded and he saw a column on fire.