Three 'Asylum seeking' men in Germany arrested for suspected ISIS links.(Rudaw).
German police on Tuesday arrested three men allegedly linked to the Islamic State (ISIS), following raids on the homes of asylum seekers in the states of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein.
Media reports said that mobile phones and computer hard drives and documents also were seized in the early morning raids, made by police and an anti-terror unit.
The arrested men are Syrian asylum seekers who are allegedly linked to ISIS.
Reports said the men had been under police surveillance for weeks.
In July, three asylum seekers carried out week-long attacks in southern Germany in which one person was killed and dozens injured.
In June, German police arrested three Syrian men on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack in the city of Dusseldorf.
Three arrested in #Germany for suspected #ISIS linkshttps://t.co/9q0QwBZswO pic.twitter.com/BtCDSXfcp3— Jasmine Opperman (@Jasminechic00) September 13, 2016