This makes it a second time that in spite of the dreadful German government policy, the independent German judiciary has acted on the side of justice in a case involving Islamist fascist terrorists.

The first case was the Mykonos restaurant massacre:

Sharafkandi, Abdoli, Ardalan and Dehkordi were murdered in a mafia-style attack at the Mykonos Greek restaurant located on Prager Strasse in Berlin at about 11 pm on 17 September 1992.[1][2] Three victims died instantly, while the fourth died at a hospital.

The trial began in October 1993.[1] In the trial the German court found Kazem Darabi, an Iranian who worked as a grocer in Berlin, Abdolraham Banihashemi, an Iranian intelligence officer, and Lebanese Abbas Hossein Rhayel, guilty of murder and sentenced them to life in prison. Two other Lebanese, Youssef Amin and Mohamed Atris, were convicted of being accessories to murder. An ex-President of Iran Abol Hassan Bani Sadr, who fled the country in 1981 and has not returned since, testified as a witness during the trial and told the court that the killings had been personally ordered by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and then-president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.”

And now the second case:

“A German court has approved the extradition of an Iranian diplomat to Belgium on a European arrest warrant for allegedly being part of a failed plot to bomb an Iranian opposition rally near Paris.

The Superior Regional Court in the Bavarian city of Bamberg said in a statement on October 1 that it approved the extradition of the Iranian diplomat based in Vienna, who has been named as Assadollah Assadi.

"The suspect cannot cite diplomatic immunity because he was on a several-day holiday trip outside of his host state, Austria, and not traveling between his host country and the state that dispatched him," the court said, adding the extradition ruling was made on September 27.

Assadi was taken into custody in July near the German city of Aschaffenburg on the warrant, which named his as a suspect in the plot to bomb the June 30 rally.

His arrest followed the apprehension of a couple of Iranian descent after Belgian police reportedly found powerful explosives in their car.”

Thank you German court  for handing over the suspected Islamist fascist “diplomat”  bomber, lets hope other judiciaries in the sane world start to copy the wisdom of German courts and prosecute/extradite Islamist fascist terrorists. Starting with those connected to Argentina mass murder at AMIA.

Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.