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Germany is moving up the Islamic State militant group (ISIS)’s target list, the country’s top domestic spy chief has warned.
Axar.az reports citing Newsweek.
Hans-Georg Maassen, leader of German homeland security agency BfV, said Monday that the extremist group has its eyes on Europe, and “Germany is becoming more highly prioritized by ISIS, according to our assessments,” the Local reported.
BfV estimates that around 10,000 Salafists, Muslims who follow a fundamentalist form of Islam, live in Germany, of whom around 670 are potentially dangerous.
2017.05.30 / 20:16