BERLIN — German authorities launched a nationwide crackdown Thursday
on an ultraconservative Islamic organization, raiding homes, meeting
halls and mosques, while banning one related group and opening in an
investigation of two others.
Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said he had banned the
Salafist organization Millatu Ibrahim, saying it has been calling on
Muslims to fight against Germany’s “constitutional order.”
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