Germany has banned far-right, pro-Nazi groups; Police raided homes

  Germany has banned far-right, pro-Nazi groups;  Police raided homes

BERLIN (AP) – More than 180 police officers raided homes in three German states early Tuesday after the German government banned a far-right group, the interior ministry said.

The German news agency DPA reported that the homes of 11 members of the far-right group Wolfs Brigade 44 were searched in Hales, Mecklenburg-West-Pomerania and North Rhine-Westphalia to seize the group’s funds and far-right propaganda materials.

“Anyone who fights against the fundamental values ​​of our free society feels the olute reaction of our government,” said Home Minister Horst Seehofer. “There is no place in this country for an organization that sows hatred and works for the resurrection of the Nazi state.”

Members of the House want to re-establish Nazi dictatorship and abolish democracy, the Interior Ministry said. The alphabet, DD has 44 names for the fourth letter, and it is an abbreviation of the division Dirlivanger. Oscar Dirlivanger, a well-known Nazi war criminal and Nazi S.S. Was the commander of a special unit.

The far-right group, founded in 2016, is known for its Semitic and racist ideology, as well as its violent and aggressive representations in public and on social media.

On Tuesday, officers found knives, a machete, a crossbow and a bayonet during their raid. They also seized Nazi devotional objects, such as swastikas and flags.

Earlier this year, the German government banned Combat 18 and other far-right groups, including Nordadeller, the DPA reported.

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