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Mass raids against mosques in Germany. Islamic books and computers confiscated – Kavkazcenter.com

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Mass raids against mosques in Germany. Islamic books and computers confiscated – Kavkazcenter.com.

On January 2, the German police conducted mass raids and searches in mosques and Moslem homes throughout Germany. Computers, information media and books were seized.

The raids were conducted in 30 locations in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Hesse, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony.

German authorities allege that the authors of the confiscated materials called for violence against women.

The seized materials include first of all a German translation of the book called “Women under the protection of Islam” that was declared “discriminatory and extremist” by German authorities.

According to the newspaper Braunschweiger Zeitung, the police explained its anti-Muslim attacks by an opinion of a “federal agency for youth harmful media” dated 30 January 2009 that the German translation of the book “Women under the protection of Islam”, first published in the Saudi Arabia, should be placed in a list of dissent literature. Why purely Islamic books worry so much the un-Islamic police, the police did not bother to explain.

The German police heard about this book, as they said, when they listened an Islamic preacher Pierre Vogel (Abu Hamza) in summer 2009. So the raids were conducted against the apartments of Abu Hamza and 2 more Islamic preachers.

The raids were carried in 30 locations throughout Germany. Now the police, as they say, do not know how to make the life of Muslims even more difficult and what charges to bring against them, since even according to German laws Muslims committed nothing criminal in this case.

Earlier in Germany, raids were conducted against a Turkish charity organization Milli Gorus. The police raided 12 offices in North Rhine-Westphalia. Searches of Moslem homed also took place in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich.

Managers of Milli Gorus were accused of “a misuse of membership dues, as well as of a delay or improper withholding of mandatory social insurance payments in cash”.

Anti-Islamic actions of the authorities in Germany were committed against the background of statements by the French president Sarkozy to ban Muslim women wearing shawls (niqab) in the country.

As is known, before “enlightment” came to Europe, shawls were obligatory for Christian women in every Christian country, including France. Sarkozy has a chance to see it himself if he ever visits a Christian church in France. There he could see icons and statutes of Virgin Mary and all Christian saint women wearing an obligatory shawl.

Earlier, an anti-Islamic referendum for banning the erection of minarets was held in Switzerland.

Department of Monitoring,

Kavkaz Center

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