- German officers launched a crackdown on the German-speaking group
- It is accused of radicalising those who attended the mosque with sermons
- Group based in Hildesheim is a ‘nationwide hot spot of radical Muslims’
- Several people who attended are thought to have left to join ISIS in Syria
Armed police officers have launched a raid on a mosque and several homes belonging to a group believed to be radicalising Muslims in Germany.
Apartments belonging to eight board members of the radical German-speaking Islamic group searched by officers in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony.
The group ran sermons, seminars and lectures entitled ‘the hatred of infidels’, according to German media.