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Germany: Neo-Nazi charged for planning attacks targeting mosques and pro-refugee NGOs

26th Feb 2021

Elham Asaad Buaras

A far-right extremist woman has been charged for planning terror attacks in Bavaria, German prosecutors announced on January 27.

Between December 2019 and March 2020, 55-year-old Susanne G, whose last name wasn’t given in line with privacy laws, is alleged to have sent several threatening letters to mosques, planned arson attacks, sought information and material to build bombs, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Karlsruhe said in a statement.

The neo-Nazi suspect also sent anonymous threatening letters to local politicians, Turkish-Muslim organizations, and pro-refugee NGOs in the southern city of Nuremberg, according to the prosecutors.

At least five of the letters contained bullets and threatened the recipients with death. According to Süddeutsche Zeitung Susanne G was known to police as a right-wing extremist before her arrest, and she has been the follower of The Third Path movement.

Prosecutors allege that the woman started planning a firebombing attack no later than May 2020, motivated by her xenophobic and extreme-right views. She has been in custody since her arrest in September.

Germany has witnessed growing racism and xenophobia in recent years, fueled by the propaganda of far-right, anti-Semitic, and anti-Muslim groups. In 2019, right-wing extremists killed pro-refugee politician Walter Lubcke and attacked a synagogue in Halle, raising alarms over far-right terror in the country.

Last year, a far-right extremist attacked two cafes in Hanau, killing nine people with migration backgrounds.

Germany’s Federal Prosecutor’s Office had taken over proceedings from the Nuremberg-Fürth Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Munich Public Prosecutor’s Office.

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