German federal police have sent out “wanted” posters for two Germans who they say are training at a Pakistan terrorist camp and planning suicide attacks such as one carried out in Afghanistan last month that killed two U.S. soldiers, according to German media...
The two men in the posters — one a German, the other born in Lebanon but a resident of Germany — have been in the border area between Pakistan and Afghanistan for several months, German authorities told Spiegel magazine...
The two men were thought to be planning an attack on German soldiers in Afghanistan, the newspaper and other German media reported over the past two weeks. “Wanted” posters of the two have been circulating there since the beginning of the month, the reports said. The posters are in English and warn that each man is suspected of planning bomb attacks, and authorities have said that they might also try to bomb other NATO troops.
Focus magazine identified them as Eric Breininger, 20, and Houssain al-Malla, 23.
The two had been living in Neunkirchen, a town near Saarbrücken.
Breininger and al-Malla are “known followers of the IJU (Islamic Jihad Union) and are considered very dangerous and fanatic,” according to the Saarbrückner Zeitung....
Breininger, who was born in Neunkirchen, had been a roommate of Daniel Schneider, one of two Germans who were arrested along with a Turkish-born German resident in September for allegedly plotting to bomb several U.S. military targets in Germany and Frankfurt International Airport.
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