German radical converts may pose security threat, BKA claims

The Bundeskriminalamt/BKA (Federal Criminal Office) has disclosed information on 37 radical converts to Islam, living in various German cities. 11 of them are seen as “threatening” and 26 as “relevant persons”, among them three women. They are between 20 and 42 years old and suspected to plan terrorist attacks on Germany. The converts are believed to socialize in specific mosques, one of them the El-Kuds-Mosque in Hamburg, where some of the terrorists of 9/11 met.