Police have arrested a 24-year-old Syrian migrant and his brother on suspicion of planning a bomb attack on a church in Sweden.
The authorities also arrested the suspect’s 28-year-old brother in connection with the planned bombing attack on the church.
According to police information, the man was arrested in the city of Kempten in Bavaria.
The accused allegedly targeted an unnamed church in Sweden
at a time when more people would have been in the church
– writes Breitbart.
German law enforcement says both men hold radical Islamic views, although it is unclear whether they have formal ties to extremist groups.
The two Syrian citizens planned an attack against civilian targets with self-made explosive belts
– reads the police statement.
“In addition, the 28-year-old suspect from Hamburg bought raw materials for the production of explosives through the eBay online platform and other service providers before the assassination,” the statement says.
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