Germany’s failure of deporting dangerous Islamists 

UK News 24. WWR.

Germany failed to deport more than 50 Islamists, regarded as potentially dangerous, despite having rejected their asylum applications, local media reported.

Some 50 rejectedasylum seekers are among those who the police believe to be posing a threat to public order, Der Spiegel magazine said Friday, adding that a total of 548 people are on the list of dangerous Islamists.

In September, Germany’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere warned that the country was facing a record number (over 500) of potentially dangerous Islamists, who could commit serious politically-motivated crimes.

In early December, German media reported that the number of radical Islamists in German prisons had increased by 30 percent this year, surpassing 150.

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