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Report: Iran Hired Gangster to Carry Out Attacks on German Synagogues

Report: Iran Hired Gangster to Carry Out Attacks on German Synagogues

JPost: “The attacks involved a shooting, targeting a synagogue in Essen and a failed arson attack on a synagogue in Bochum.”

The Iranian regime hired a crime boss to carry out a series of attacks on synagogues in northern Germany, the German law enforcement agencies believe. “The attacks involved a shooting, targeting a synagogue in Essen and a failed arson attack on a synagogue in Bochum,” the Jerusalem Post reported Thursday.

According to German public broadcaster ARD, “Iranian-German Ramin [Yektaparast] is said to be the focus of the investigation.”

Ramin, a fugitive biker gang boss affiliated to the Hell’s Angels chapter in the northern German city of Mönchengladbach, may be linked to “several attacks on synagogues in North Rhine-Westphalia,” the broadcaster added.

The fugitive crime boss, who was reportedly recruited by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) terrorist group, may have fled to Iran, German news reports say.

The UK newspaper Telegraph reported the details on Thursday:

Iran has recruited a fugitive Hell’s Angels boss to help organise terror attacks on synagogues, police in Germany believe.

Detectives have identified biker boss Ramin Yektaparast as a key suspect as they investigate attacks on two synagogues that took place last month, according to a report by public broadcaster ARD.

Yektaparast, who is wanted by German police for carrying out a brutal gangland murder, fled to Tehran in 2021 where he has been tasked by the Revolutionary Guard with organising attacks in Germany, the report says.

“We are talking about state-organised terrorism,” an investigator told the broadcaster.

The first of the two synagogue attacks took place in mid-November when four bullet holes were discovered in the doorway of the former rabbis’ residence at the Old Synagogue in Essen, a historic building from the early 20th century.

Soon after, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a school adjacent to a synagogue in nearby Bochum.

A 35-year-old Iranian-German national has been arrested in connection with the Bochum attack.

Besides directing attacks at Jewish places of worship, the IRGC is also conducting espionage operation aimed at Jewish community leader in Germany.

“German state security sources on Wednesday accused Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of contracting state-sponsored terrorism against German synagogues in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and spying on the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany,” prominent Israeli investigative journalist Benjamin Weinthal reported in the Jerusalem Post.

As we have repeatedly reported in recent years, Iran—and particularly its proxy Hezbollah terror group—use mosques and so-called Islamic cultural centers in German to carry out its terrorist and clandestine activities.

Weinthal noted the German government’s unwillingness to shutdown these terror-linked operations:

Germany has faced mounting criticism to end partnerships with the Islamic Republic of Iran. German-Iranian dissidents urged the city of Hamburg to close the Iranian regime-controlled Islamic Center and Blue Mosque because they disseminate antisemitic and terrorist ideologies.


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I’m sure the Brandon regime is working overtime to prevent this vile antisemitic terrorist state from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to Concise. | December 4, 2022 at 4:08 pm

    At first glance, I have to admit that I wondered if you were talking about Iran or Germany.

    Subotai Bahadur

Such hateful people. The cult of tolerance and peace.

BierceAmbrose | December 4, 2022 at 3:27 pm

So, the Germans should pay them protection, too?

“The Iranian regime hired a crime boss to carry out a series of attacks . . . in northern Germany, the German law enforcement agencies believe.”

If Iran did do that, is that an act of war?

    Ira in reply to Ira. | December 4, 2022 at 3:47 pm

    An act of war against a NATO country?

    henrybowman in reply to Ira. | December 4, 2022 at 6:58 pm

    Technically, the only difference between that and our constitutional authorization of “letters of marque and reprisal” is the morality or immorality of the target chosen. Whether a poor country does this by hiring private mob figures, or a rich country has its own CIA to get it done in-house is a distinction without a difference.

It’s clear that no amount of malevolence, evil acts and mischief carried out by Iran, Fatah/Hamas and their terrorist ilk will ever be sufficient for the vile Dhimmi-crats to start properly treating them as villains to be confronted, not alleged “victims” to be appeased, shown deference and otherwise enabled.

Every Synagogue should have soldiers who are armed and trained to defend and take care of their houses of worship! We are in anti-Semitic times that are worse than the build-up of WW2. America is being controlled by people who study ways to destroy our once proud country, and Israel was formerly our closest and best ally.

Determine the patterns of all recent attacks and strategize how best to defend the sacred buildings.

Determine how attacks have been run to kill God’s Chosen people too.

Without foresight, they will always be playing defense and clean-up.

Then go on the attack in an aggressive manner to ruin all sub-human places of terror! Especially those places that are claimed to be for worship and *peace* until these cretins are on the run and less in numbers.

Subotai Bahadur | December 4, 2022 at 4:12 pm

They probably had to call a lot of medical people to the HQ of the Bundeskriminalamt for all the strained neck muscles from looking the other way.

Subotai Bahadur

Obama/Biden’s Persian Spring, revisited.

Hillary needed the money….

When you get your instructions straight from a god, there’s just no telling what you are willing to do.