ISIS members arrested in Germany

German authorities said that they have arrested three young Syrian nationals who they claim are members of ISIS.

The three are accused of coming to Germany in mid-November as part of Islamic State, also known as Isis, “in order either to carry out an assignment they had already received or to keep themselves ready for further instructions”, federal prosecutors said.
They are suspected of membership in a foreign terrorist organisation.
The men were arrested in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany’s northernmost state, and their apartments searched, prosecutors added.
They were identified only as Mahir Al-H (17), Mohamed A (26), and Ibrahim M (18), in keeping with German privacy rules.
The three travelled to Germany via Turkey and Greece, the route used by most migrants to Europe last year.

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