The city of Berlin is still reeling from the December 19 massacre at a Christmas Market when Anis Amri, a Tunisian Muslim with a criminal record and six aliases, deliberately drove a stolen truck through stalls killing a dozen people and injuring nearly 60 others after murdering the driver.

But in Angela Merkel’s Germany, it is just another in a long line of violent attacks on the German people perpetrated by the immigrants flooding into the country at the invitation of the German chancellor in furtherance of her policy of creating a multicultural state to the extinction of a German identity.

Just days after the attack on the Christmas Market at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, even as authorities made arrests of suspected accomplices, seven Muslim men have been taken into custody after the lit a homeless man afire as he slept in a Berlin subway station.

The horrifying incident took place on Christmas Eve.

The seven range in age from 15 to 21 six are from Syria, a seventh man is from Libya.

The press office at the Berlin Police Department told German newspaper, Bild, that an attempted murder investigation against the seven suspects, ranging in age from 15 to 21, has been launched after CCTV showed them committing the act, then watching and laughing as the homeless man burned.

Thomas Neuendorf, the vice chief of the press office at Berlin Police, said the suspects “appeared to be celebrating” the act before running onto a subway to “make their getaway.”

Witnesses to the vicious attack ran to the victim to put out the fire and call for aid. He is expected to make a full recovery.

This latest act of deliberate aggression against Germans occurred near a subway station where a woman was kicked down a stairway by a Bulgarian immigrant.

Merkel has faced increasing criticism of her refusal to reconsider her open border policy after the country has endured terror attacks including a Pakistani teenager hacking at train passengers with an axe, a German-Iranian teenager going on a shooting spree in a Munich shopping center, and foiled plots involving explosives.

Last month, just prior to a state visit from ally President Obama, Merkel announced that she will seek a fourth term as chancellor.

 
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