The Materials Seized at the ‘Multi-Kultur-Haus’ in Neu-Ulm

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In his report on the Islamist scene in the southern German towns of Ulm and Neu-Ulm, Roland Ströbele mentions the “incendiary” materials, “inciting hatred” toward Christians and Jews, that were seized by local police during a raid on the “Multi-Kultur-Haus” (MHK), an Islamic cultural center in Neu-Ulm. In a press release issued on December 28, 2005, the Bavarian Interior Ministry explained its decision to have the Multi-Kultur-Haus shut down and provided some examples of the materials seized. Here a translated excerpt: – For example, in a paper back edition in the MKH library titled “The Beliefs of the Sunni Community,” […]


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