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Wüst requires a direct ban on Islamist organizations

Hendrik Wüst

North Rhine-Westphalia's Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst (CDU) on Thursday within the editorial workplaces of stern in Hamburg.

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“Absolutely unacceptable”: After an indication for a caliphate in Germany, NRW Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst urges stern for a fast ban on the accountable membership.

North Rhine-Westphalia's Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst (CDU) has referred to as on Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) to ban Islamist associations in Germany. “Demands for a caliphate in Germany, hatred and incitement taken onto the streets are absolutely unacceptable,” he instructed the stern. “The Federal Minister of the Interior should finally ban the organizations that are behind such caliphate fantasies.”

On Saturday, round 1,000 individuals took half in an indication in Hamburg to determine a caliphate within the Federal Republic. According to info from the Hamburg Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the one who registered the rally is near the extremist group “Muslim Interaktiv”. Just a few days earlier than the demonstration, a majority of Social Democrats and Greens within the Hamburg parliament rejected proceedings to ban the group. The CDU and AfD had been outvoted.

Wüst, nevertheless, defined that the ban needed to come. “That is my clear demand,” he stated stern. The concern that evasive actions will kind in circumstances of a ban is not any cause to easily let such actions run their course. “The signal must be very clear and clear: We will not let this happen to us,” stated the Prime Minister. “There shouldn’t be anything like that in Germany.”–cdu-regierungschef-wuest-fordert-sofortiges-verbot-islamistischer-vereine-34679124.html?utm_campaign=politik&utm_medium=rssfeed&utm_source=standard