Politicians promise a strong response after nine people were killed in a racially motivated attack.
Germany’s leaders are promising a strong response to the latest racially motivated attacks.
A gunman killed nine people at two shisha cafes on Wednesday in the city of Hanau. He targeted places popular with the Turkish and Kurdish communities.
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The 43-year-old suspect had posted documents with racist and far-right views online.
The interior minister said such attacks are a reminder of what he called the “growing threat of extremism” in Germany.
So, how should the government tackle this problem?
Presenter: Nastasya Tay
Abdassamad El Yazidi – Secretary-general of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany
Hans-Jakob Schindler – Senior director of the Counter Extremism Project
Eviane Leidig – Centre for Research on Extremism at the University of Oslo