German authorities believe 35-year-old Ramin Yektaparast, a Hell’s Angels leader and founder of the gang's chapter in city of Mönchengladbac, is behind several targeted attacks on Jewish people and institutions and coordinated his efforts on behalf of the Iranian regime.
The Algemeiner reports that the three attacks were in cities within the state of North-Rhine Westphalia and "Shots were fired at the Old Synagogue in Essen, an attempted arson attack was recorded at a synagogue in Dortmund and a Molotov cocktail was hurled at a Jewish school in Bochum."
German police arrested a separate German-Iranian man who claimed responsibility for the Bochum attack and police believe he is connected to Yektaparast, who is associated with Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps and their operations in Germany.
The outlet reports that, "Yektaparast is understood to have fled to Iran last year to escape trial for the brutal murder and dismemberment of another member of the (Hell's Angels) gang in 2014."
Six others did go to trial for that murder.
Authorities also uncovered and foiled a plot targeting the president of the Central Council of German Jews, Josef Schuster.
In September, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died while in the custody of the Iranian regime’s "morality police," sparking a wave of protests worldwide. Thousands have shown their support not only for Amini, but also for the countless others who continue to have their human rights trampled by the regime.
Mehran Samak, a human rights activist, was shot on Tuesday which has continued to increase the tension between the tyrannical government and anti-regime protestors.
Samak's death came after the United States soccer team defeated Iran in the final match of the World Cup's group stage, which incited more upheaval.