Germany to expel suspected Islamist radicals

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11 January 2005, BERLIN - The German state government of Bavaria announced on Tuesday it will expel 10 suspected Islamist radicals next week. A further 40 suspected Muslim extremists are under 24-hour a day police surveillance, said the state interior ministry in Munich. Bavaria expelled a Jordanian radical in August who was allegedly collecting money for terrorist groups and had links with planned attacks on Jewish and Israeli facilities in Berlin and Duesseldorf. Germany's new immigration law - which cam

11 January 2005

BERLIN - The German state government of Bavaria announced on Tuesday it will expel 10 suspected Islamist radicals next week.

A further 40 suspected Muslim extremists are under 24-hour a day police surveillance, said the state interior ministry in Munich.

Bavaria expelled a Jordanian radical in August who was allegedly collecting money for terrorist groups and had links with planned attacks on Jewish and Israeli facilities in Berlin and Duesseldorf.

Germany's new immigration law - which came into force 1 January - makes fast-track expulsion of terrorist suspects easier.

DPA

Subject: German news

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