Where is the German security?
According to a Jerusalem Post review of the 2014 Berlin intelligence report, the most recent document covering Islamism in Berlin, there are 250 active Hezbollah members in the capital.
The Berlin-based office of the American Jewish Committee alleged that the Grassman sisters support their father Jürgen Grassman, who completed the registration process for the al-Quds Day protest in Berlin.
Video and photographs showed Nadia on the loudspeaker truck at the al-Qud Day rally while Maryam distributed flyers, collected donations, and provided posters, reported the Berliner Zeitung.
Multiple photographs from the event also revealed Maryam sporting earrings with the Hezbollah logo.
It is unclear if the donations received by Maryam were used to fund the terrorist activities of the Lebanese-based Shi'ite organization in Syria and against Israel.
The RCI is slated to receive 100,000 Euros from the Berlin government for refugee work. Public taxpayer funds have been furnished to the RCI for a number of years.
Nadia told Andreas Kopietz, the Berliner Zeitung journalist, “I don’t play an active role at the al-Quds demonstration.”
She said her work with refugees is “to hear the many diverse voices and to give those voices impulses so they that they themselves can reflect. Social projects are political but we are not partisan.”
Jürgen Grassmann told the paper that the “co-organizers of the [al-Quds Day) demonstration are not my daughters. But they support their father.”
An interior spokesman for Berlin’s Green Party and a member of the Berlin city Senate, Benedikt Lux, said there “is a danger that the project [RCI] funds will be used for anti-Semitic forces.”
According to a Jerusalem Post review of the 2014 Berlin intelligence report, the most recent document covering Islamism in Berlin, found that there are 250 active Hezbollah members in the capital. Across Germany, there are a total of 950 Hezbollah members. The number of Hezbollah supporters is believed to be significantly higher in the Federal Republic than the data listed in intelligence reports.
In 2014, Germany shut down the Lebanon Orphan Children Project (Waisenkinderprojekt Libanon e.V.) The group claimed to be a humanitarian organization but was closed for funding terrorism.
Lebanon Orphan Children Project provided funds to the al-Shahid ("The Martyr") Association in Lebanon. Al-Shahid was "disguised as a humanitarian organization" and "promotes violence and terrorism in the Middle East using donations collected in Germany and elsewhere," according to a 2009 European Foundation for Democracy report by German security expert Alexander Ritzmann
The EU along with Germany proscribed Hezbollah’s military wing to be a terrorist entity in 2013. Hezbollah members blew up an Israeli tour bus in Bulgaria in 2012, which killed five Israelis, their Bulgarian bus driver, and injured over 30 people. Germany permits Hezbollah’s so-called political wing to operate.
The late Christian Democratic Union deputy Philipp Missfelder told the Post in 2012: “It is long overdue to place Hezbollah on the EU’s list of terror organizations.” Missfelder’s call to outlaw Hezbollah’s entire organization was ignored by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration.
The US, Canada, and the Netherlands classify Hezbollah as a monolithic terrorist entity. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said at AIPAC’s policy conference in March that Hezbollah’s entire structure should be banned in Europe.
International al-Quds Day – initiated by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Islamic Republic’s founder, in 1979 – is an annual global event calling to destroy the Jewish state.
Photographs of anti-Israel activists at the al-Quds Day rallies in 2014 and 2015 in Berlin showed boycott Israel signs. The al-Quds Day movement in Germany is part of the Boycott, Divestment Sanctions (BDS) movement.
Israel’s ambassador to Germany blasted the 2015 al-Quds Day march in the capital city, saying “It is a disgrace that in Germany a march full of hate, agitation and anti-Semitism can take place,” the diplomat said.
After the Israeli embassy complained about Commerzbank providing an account to the al-Quds Day organization, the bank terminated its al-Quds day account in September.
Commerzbank bank, which was fined $1.45 billion by the US in 2015 for Iran, Sudan, and Cuba sanctions, maintains a second anti-Israel account with a pro-BDS magazine and website. The Commerzbank—Germany’s second largest financial institution—declined to answer specific Post questions about the closure of the second BDS account.
Not only this but even over 50 Arab nations consider Hezbollah as a Terrorist group !
A summit of over 50 Muslim countries, the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), criticized Iran on Friday for supporting terrorism and interfering in the internal affairs of its neighbors.
The 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which concluded its meeting in Istanbul on Friday, stated as part of its final communique that it “deplored Iran’s interference in the internal affairs of the States of the region and other Member States including Bahrain, Yemen, Syria, and Somalia, and its continued support for terrorism.”
Iran supports the regime of Syrian dicator Bashar al-Assad, who is opposed by Turkey and many Sunni Arab countries. Iran also supports the Houthi rebels, who are fighting the Saudi- and American-backed government of Yemen.
The communique also called for “cooperative relations” between Iran and other Muslim nations and to refrain from using or threatening force.....
Translated to plain English: Lets not be stupid and argue between Muslims but fight the common evil, that they surely will fight!
However never as one front! As long as Saudi Arabia is close to Iran they remain scared to alone face Iran and withstand certainly need support by the US. That in it self makes them the most hated among the common Arabs world wide.