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After Bremen Muslims said that raids and heightened police presence over a terror alert had made them feel excluded from society, a mosque raided by the authorities announced plans to sue over the search.

A spokesman for Schura Bremen, a federation of the city-state's Muslims, told The Local that Muslims had been disheartened by the raid on the mosque.

Rather than jumping straight into raids, he said, police should try "speaking eye-to-eye with social organizations, including the Islamic Federation" as a longer-term way to fight extremism.


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