The Claim-making of the Islamist Hizb-ut-Tahrir and the Radical Right-wing party NPD in the Federal Republic of Germany

Ali Hedayat
The events of September 11th 2001 increased the attention of Western public towards religious activism in Germany. In fact, this country had become a shelter for radicalized Islamic activists involved in the terrorist attacks. At the same time, the growing domestic violence performed by organized right-wing activists urged the German state to increase pressure on the German right-wing movement. In part, these attacks were related to a terrorist cell called National Socialist Underground (NSU). This...