Germany deports suspected Islamic radicals

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18 August 2005, MUNICH, GERMANY - Authorities in southern Germany ordered the deportation Thursday of three Islamic activists suspected of being members of a Muslim missionary group.

18 August 2005

MUNICH, GERMANY - Authorities in southern Germany ordered the deportation Thursday of three Islamic activists suspected of being members of a Muslim missionary group.

The three, two Bosnians and one Moroccan citizen, were said to be members of the Tabligh-i Jamaat, which investigators believe could be an al-Qaeda recruiting ground.

They were ordered to leave Germany by September 10, said officials in Bavaria.

The deportations bring to 16 the number of suspected Islamic radicals who have been ordered by authorities in Bavaria to leave the country so far this year.

DPA

Subject: German news

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