ISLAMIST Letter Praising ISIS Discovered After Leading German Soccer Club Bus Attack – One Arrested
Police say one person was injured when three explosions went off near the bus of German soccer team Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
The Borussia Dortmund bus was hit as it was traveling to a Champions League match on Tuesday.
A letter found after the Dortmund attack claims sport stars “in Germany and other crusader nations” are on a “death list of the Islamic State”.
Fox News reported:
Borussia Dortmund’s defender Marc Bartra was injured in the incident, the team said. Dortmund said Bartra was “in safety” and that “there is no danger in and around the stadium.”
The chief executive of the team said Bartra was injured on the arm and hand when three explosions went off near the team bus.
Dortmund Chief Executive Hans-Joachim Watzke said the injuries to the Spanish defender Tuesday night are “nothing life-threatening.”
It was unclear what caused the explosions ahead of the first leg match between Borussia Dortmund and Monaco, which was later called off and rescheduled for Wednesday.
Police in Dortmund said investigators “are working on the assumption” that the explosions that the team’s bus were caused by “serious explosive devices.”
Dortmund police said the devices that went off near the bus as German team Borussia Dortmund was leaving its hotel for a match Tuesday night “may have been hidden in a hedge near a parking area.”
The West is turning into a war zone thanks to open borders policies of the left.
Pictures of the Dortmund bus following the explosion. pic.twitter.com/TDBR5zAU7v
— Dortmund English (@DortmundEN) April 11, 2017
ISIS took responsibility for the bombings that injured a premier soccer player.
The German Suddeutsche newspaper and other national media has reported the letter began: “In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.”
It also reports the document refers to the truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market and claims German warplanes are killing Muslims in the lands controlled by the terror group ISIS.
One person was arrested after the attack.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) April 12, 2017