This video says about itself:
15 September 2016
An orchestra made up of Syrian musicians who fled their homeland is selling out venues across Germany. The Syrian Expat Philharmonic Orchestra was founded a year ago and performs a mixture of classical and Arabic folk music.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
A 28-year-old German military officer has been arrested on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack. At the same time he is accused of fraud: he registered as a Syrian asylum seeker by the end of 2015. The German public prosecution service calls the case “more than curious”.
The reason for this double life is not yet clear, but the public prosecution service suspects that with this trick he would try to make a refugee the suspect of the crime.
The 28-year-old lieutenant from the German city of Offenbach got into the sight of the justice department three months ago when he hid a gun at the Vienna airport in the shower bowl of a toilet. He was arrested, but there was not enough evidence to hold him. However, his fingerprints were recognized, strangely enough as those of a Syrian refugee in the German city of Giessen. Yesterday the German was arrested.
In Germany, there is an outrage on the case. How does a German man, who does not speak Arabic and has no Arabic background, register as a Syrian and apparently is believed to be so? The man was assigned a shelter and also the corresponding allowances for his costs of living.
“I have no answer now,” said the spokesman for the public prosecutor today. The soldier himself picked up the money, but he did not show himself much in the shelter.
The motive for the planned terror attack is said to be xenophobia. That would be apparent from voice messages between the military and a suspected accomplice. That man, a 24-year-old student and fellow city denizen of the suspect soldier, has also been arrested. In his house weapons and explosives have been found. He is said to have been aware of the plans.