The campaign targeted the states of Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and Saxony-Anhalt.
“The police have received information that 7 persons between the ages of 32 and 40 are planning an attack with explosive devices on a mosque in Wittenberg, in the Bregenz district,” German television quoted Torsten Herbst, a spokesman for the Brandenburg Police Department, as saying. And stabbed.
For his part, the German state council “Bundesrat” approved a new law to combat right-wing extremism and hate crimes on the Internet, which was approved by the Federal Parliament “Bundestag”, in mid-June..
The new law requires social networks such as “Twitter” and “Facebook” to immediately inform the Federal Criminal Police Office of any posts that promote neo-Nazis, arouse discord, or threaten to kill or rape, rather than erase them..
The law requires these networks to give the address of the digital ID of the publication owner to the competent authorities to identify the perpetrators more quickly.