An Islamist terrorist group is said to have trained for jihad in Rheine, in the Münsterland region of Germany. This is the result of an indictment by the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office.
According to a report by the public broadcaster WDR, the group also had its training in Rheine. According to the indictment, the five men from Tajikistan did paint-ball drills there. According to the indictment, this was training for the armed struggle against “infidels” – as Islamists call non-Muslims.The group is said to have already made concrete plans and preparations for attacks in Germany. The suspected terrorist group is also said to have obtained parts for the construction of a bomb. In addition, the accused men are said to have had connections to the Vienna attacker. In the terrorist attack in November 2020, four people were killed and 23 others were injured, some seriously.