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12:27  04 may  2021
12:27  04 may  2021 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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The association of advisory centers for victims of the right force 2020 recorded more than 1300 rights attacks. He counts an Islamist murder.

Gedenkgraffiti für die Opfer des Anschlags von Hanau in Frankfurt/Main © Photo: Imago / Ralph Peters Memorial Graffiti For the victims of the attack by Hanau in Frankfurt / Main

The balance sheet is frightening, even if it represents only half of the republic. A total of 1322 cases of brutal right attacks, the association of counseling centers for affected rights, racist and anti-Semitic violence (VBRG) registered in eight federal states last year. The association presented his findings on Tuesday in Berlin.

The number of attacks is hardly less than in 2019 (1347 attacks) despite the Corona-related initial restrictions (1347 attacks). The most brutal violence with nine dead from immigrant families was the attack of the racist Tobias Rathjen from February 2020 in Hanau . There are also two deaths victims of gay painful violence in Thuringia and Saxony. In Thuringia, in February 2020, two young racks were suspected of gay hatred a 52-year-old man to death. The case in Saxony was even well known.

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in October Amlent the Islamist Abdullah Al-H. H. in Dresden a homosexual tourist from Krefeld and injured his life partner heavy. The perpetrator attacked the couple because he wanted to punish it for allegedly reprehensible behavior. Police and prosecutor's office stages murder as religiously motivated. In fact, the association of the counseling centers sees, on the other hand, a classic case of group-related misalignment and, in the broader sense, also complies with right violence. This is a new approach, so far, non-governmental organizations have moved as well as the police a dividing line between Islamist violence and right attacks.

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In the association, the counseling centers from Berlin, Brandenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein are associated. There are no sustainable structures in the missing countries.

Many victims are children and adolescents

in the eight countries where the counseling centers are active, at least three to four people were sacrificed at least three to four people, shared the association. Of the people involved in 1922, almost one-fifth (339 victims) have been children and adolescents. As the most common tool, the bandage calls racism. Almost two-thirds of attacks were racially motivated. The attacks were predominantly directed against "people with migration or escape experience and black German". In the pandemic, however, antiasian racism increased. The association also speaks of 237 right attacks on political opponents.

With regard to the attack in Hanau, the association calls the Hessian state government to set up a "Legal Terrorism Sacrifice Fund". The CDU-Green government must "finally close the serious gap in the material support of the survivors and survivors.

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