Daesh’s online magazine Al-Nabaa features a photograph of Mohammad Daleel in an article published late Tuesday.
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A 27-year-old Syrian asylum-seeker who blew himself up at a bar in the southern German town of Ansbach was chatting online with a still-unidentified person immediately before the explosion, Bavaria's interior minister said Wednesday.On Tuesday night, the online magazine of Daesh said the attacker spent months planning the attack, once even hiding his home-made bomb in his room in a state-supported asylum shelter moments before a police raid.The weekly Al-Nabaa magazine's report added that Daleel had fought in Iraq and Syria with a branch of Al-Qaeda and Daesh before arriving in Germany as an asylum-seeker two years ago.The Ansbach explosion was the last of four attacks in Germany in a week, two of which have been claimed by Daesh.In Germany, he started making the bomb, a process that took three months, al Nabaa wrote.It added that German police once raided his asylum shelter in an unrelated case and searched Daleel's room without noticing the bomb that he had hidden moments earlier.
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