GERMANY CONDUCTED ANTI-ISIS RAID IN BERLIN
German police said, on Tuesday 09/22/2015, they had conducted eight raids in Berlin on targeting individuals suspected of inciting people to go and fight for the Islamic State
The raids began at 6:30 am (0430 GMT) and targeted, among others, a 51-year-old Moroccan, suspected of recruiting for the extremist group, police said in a statement. Police escorted a fully veiled woman out of the building and two small children.
A 19-year-old Macedonian thought to be currently in Syria is also suspected of involvement in the recruitment drive, it said.
One raid was conducted at an association adjoining a mosque in Berlin’s central Tempelhof-Schoeneberg district, the statement added. “We have no indications that anything was being planned in Germany,” police spokesman said . He added that there was no link to an attack last Thursday .
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