Germany Arrests Teenager Suspect Linked with "Terrorist Bodies"
    2011-06-30 05:21:34     Xinhua       Web Editor: Gong

German prosecutors said Wednesday they had arrested a teenager on suspicion that he helped "terrorist organizations" recruit suicide bombers through Internet.

Harry M., alias Isa al Khattab, was arrested on Tuesday in the northern German city of Neumuenster, prosecutors said.

He was accused of supporting the Islamic State of Iraq, the al-Qaida front group in Iraq, and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan which hopes to create an Islamic state across central Asia.

Prosecutors said he had operated the "Islamic-Hacker-Union's" Internet operations since December 2010 and posted 70 text and video messages advocating violent Jihad from February to April 2011 alone.

On the same day, the German coalition government agreed to extend the anti-terror law with some changes for another four years, considering "the anti-terror situation is generally more difficult than 10 years ago."

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