BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany could be a target of an Islamist attack similar to those carried out by a gunman in France tw
o months ago, the head of the country’s intelligence service said on Tuesday.German intelligence chief Heinz Fromm’s comments, quoted in an interview with the top-selling Bild daily, follow a series of
clashes in several German cities and towns between police and ultra-conservative Salafist Muslims.”The danger for Germany has unfortunately not decreased. And it is not by any means abstract. An attack like in France in March… is also conceivable here,” Fromm told
Bild, adding that Merah had had contact with Salafists before his shooting spree.