Pakistan migrant Mahmood Mubaritz talks to German TV journalists outside this refugee shelter in Ansbach, Germany, July 25, 2016. REUTERS/Erik Kirschbaum
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The 27-year-old also bungled a suicide bomb attack in the Bavarian town of Ansbach Sunday, days before he was to be deported back to Bulgaria.Daleel killed himself in the attack carried out in the name of Daesh (ISIS) and injured 15 people in a crowded wine bar next to the entrance of the concert, but his heavy black backpack packed with explosives and shrapnel failed to go off.What drove Daleel to try to commit mass murder is also unclear.Mubaritz, who came to Germany four years ago from Pakistan, said he could not fathom how the quiet man he knew could have carried out such an attack. He lived with Daleel and 26 others over the past year in a former budget hotel, the Hotel Christl, which was converted into the shelter to house an influx of migrants.Investigators of the Ansbach bombing are trying to find out when Daleel might have been recruited by Daesh, and who may have supported him in Germany and ordered him to carry out the attack.Daleel told Von Maltitz that a benefactor paid for his passage from Bulgaria to Austria, from where he traveled over the border to Germany.Mubaritz at the refugee shelter also said Daleel had shown no overt signs of religious faith.
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