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Here we go again. KGS


Islamist groups raided in three German cities

German authorities on Tuesday mounted raids against two Islamist groups suspected of seeking to overthrow the government and establish a religious state, the Interior Ministry said.

The searches targeted homes and religious schools linked to Salafist jihadist group Invitation to Paradise (EZP) in the northwestern cities of Braunschweig and Mönchengladbach, and the Islamic Cultural Center Bremen (IKZB) in northern German port.

“The EZP and the IKZB are accused of opposing the constitutional order with the aim of replacing it in Germany with an Islamic religious state,” the ministry said in a statement.

The raids were part of a long-running investigation against the groups and had no link to warnings of potential impending terrorist attacks issued last month by Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière, it added.

The groups reject parliamentary democracy and believe that Islamic law should replace the constitution, the ministry said.

“In a well-fortified democracy it is advisable and necessary not to wait for jihad in the form of an armed struggle before taking action against anti-constitutional groups,” the ministry said.


One Response

  1. An Islamic community at prayer is a community at war praying for allah’s help in the battle.

    At last someone is getting the message. Now these people, and their friends and families, should be deported asap before they can start the legal Jihad.

    Red Cross neglects Afghan employee arrested for converting from Islam to Christianity

    Do not give money to the Red Cross, as it has now become subservient to its little companion the Red Crescent -0 a dhimmi.

    I have a suspicion that The Red Crescent was formed with the express intention of infiltrating the Red Cross and taking it over. That is how Islam operates- by invasion and infiltration.

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