German Chancellor Merkel appoints Muslim to country’s top intelligence agency spot

The Turkish-born man is a counter-terrorism expert

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has appointed a Turkish immigrant to fill the second-highest position in Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, German media report.
Sinan Selen, a 46-year-old man born in Constantinople is a counter-terrorism expert, and will be the first Muslim to fill a top leadership position within Germany’s intelligence community.
Throughout his government career, Selen has been resolute in confronting Islamic fundamentalists in Germany. He also led efforts at the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) to monitor the Turkish nationalist Milli Görüs, an influential Islamist movement strongly opposed to Muslim integration into European society.
The leadership changes at the BfV were spurred by a cellphone video that purportedly showed right-wing mobs attacking migrants over the murder of a German citizen in Chemnitz by two failed asylum seekers.
According to the respected blog Tichys Einblick, the video actually documented migrants attacking Germans, not Germans “hunting” migrants.

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